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Jeanne Sauvage

Jeanne Sauvage

Jeanne Sauvage

Gluten-Free Baking for the Holidays

Jeanne Sauvage is the author of the cookbook, Gluten-Free Baking for the Holidays: 60 Recipes for Traditional Festive Treats from Chronicle Books, which was included in The Daily Meal’s “Top 25 Cookbooks of 2012” and on NPR’s “2012 Cookbook Roundup Shortlist.” She is also the voice behind of the popular blog, Art of Gluten-Free Baking, where she shares recipes, baking tips, and other information to help others bake gluten-free treats that are indistinguishable from their wheat counterparts. She has been gluten-free since the birth of her daughter in 2000 triggered a gluten intolerance. Her goal is to help folks know that eating and baking gluten-free is fun and delicious! She teaches gluten-free baking classes in Seattle and the surrounding areas.

Book Description

This is a celebratory cookbook full of all of the baking recipes folks need for festive season: Thanksgiving, Hannukah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and New Years. It contains recipes so delicious that you will forget that they are gluten-free.


“This new baking book by baking expert Jeanne Sauvage makes it easy for everyone to enjoy classic holiday treats with 60 recipes that range from party snacks and dinner rolls to classic holiday cookie recipes. ” – Daily Meal, Top 25 Cookbooks of the Year (2012)

“Her passion for gluten-free baking shines in her cookbook. Parents and their kids will love making and baking her delectable treats to celebrate throughout the holiday season.” – PBS Parents

“With recipes for everything from spritz cookies to bûche de Noël, Sauvage’s book shatters the assumption that if you can’t eat wheat, you can’t eat well during the holidays.” – San Jose Mercury News

“The surprising thing about Sauvage is that her cookies and cakes and other treats (and I have reached for many a second helping at various Seattle events over the years) are reliably the best on the table even when they’re up against traditional gluten-full baked goods.” – Seattle Times

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