Fresh from Elizabeth’s Kitchen by Elizabeth Kaplan, founder of the Pure Pantry

In Fresh from Elizabeth’s Kitchen, author Elizabeth Kaplan utilizes her abundance of culinary education credentials and sincere care throughout her cookbook on each and every page to give us a variety of family-friendly gluten-free recipes. You can enjoy her well thought out personal recipes in a box form her own Gluten Free company, The Pure Pantry.

Elizabeth has a flair for developing recipes and cooking. She has a real eye for capturing “the moment”; the book is full of captivating still photography that invites you into her world, her family, and her kitchen.

I was pleasantly surprised at the range of recipes this book offers with a full chapter devoted to one of my favorite meals, breakfast. She presents so many ideas she makes breakfast fun all over again.

I tried out the recipes for Quick Cranberry Nut Coffee Cake, Lentil and Root Vegetable Soup, Asparagus and Leek Risotto, Sticky Toffee Pudding with Warm Caramel Sauce, and they all turned out absolutely delicious!

In my estimation, this book is one of the finest gluten-free cookbooks available. I also can not say enough about a woman who can run a family, run a company and write her own book.

Tina Turbin

k.m., t.t.

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5 thoughts on “Fresh from Elizabeth’s Kitchen by Elizabeth Kaplan, founder of the Pure Pantry

  1. This is a book I’ve heard my gluten free friends talk about. Some of the books you feature sound great and they’re new to me, but it’s nice to see a book I recognize and I think that’s a testament to how good it is. I believe some of my friends have even sent me her recipes before from this book.

  2. Love love love this cookbook. I use it often and it is a blessing. If you have a gluten free loved one in your life, you should give them this book for Christmas. They will cherish it.

  3. This is a GREAT book, and it’s also great for beginners with a lot of simple recipes that you’ll want to make often. I loooove her crepe recipe and there are also many other great dessert stuff and family meals. You can’t lose if you want to give this book to a loved one for Christmas, even if they’re not celiac but just interested in going gluten free anyway.

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