Free Gluten-Free Allergy-Friendly Mother’s Day Cookbook – Recipes by Moms for Moms

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Mother’s Day is right around the corner.

And I have something special to help you celebrate with the mom in your life (or you can give this to your hubby or kiddos so they can make something wonderful for you.)

Fabulous healthful Gluten-Free Recipes that any mom would be blessed to partake of on her special day.

Before we get to the beautiful cookbook that I get to offer to you completely FREE (yippee–I love that word, don’t you :)?), I want to tell you a little bit about Attune Foods.

NOTE:  When you go to the Attune site to get your cookbook, click on the cover photo of the book to download.  

You know, if you’ve been around here for awhile, that I kind of shun processed foods.

I mean, if you were to take a peak in my fridge and pantry, you’d be hard-pressed to find much, if anything in the way of packaged stuff.

I kind of avoid the stuff like the plague.

Why?  Well, typically packaged foods are overpriced and not very nutritionally sound.

Expensive “non food” is not my idea of money well spent.

It’s been a long time since we’ve had boxed cereal in our home, but I stumbled across Attune Foods and Erewhon recently and was really impressed with what I found.

They’re a breath of fresh air in the packaged food arena.

In short summary, Attune is part of a group of brands that cares deeply about:

  • nutrition
  • minimal processing
  • non GMOs

You gotta love all of that. I know I do.

Anyway, I liked what I read about Attune and Erewhon and I got the chance to sample some of their gluten-free cereals. We loved them.

My oldest son’s response was particularly telling.

He’s always had “a thing” about eating cereal with milk (non-dairy) on it (he has sensory issues). He’s basically only eaten it out of the box. Now granted, it’s been awhile since we’ve had cereal in our home, but when we got the Erewhon Brown Rice Crisps in our home, he hesitated, but then gladly ate it with my Easiest Coconut Milk on top. He loved it and asked for more.

So I was thrilled when I was asked to participate in this super special Mother’s Day project–a FREE Gluten-Free Mother’s Day Cookbook featuring Attune’s Erewhon cereals and the work of eight incredible gluten-free allergy-friendly blogger moms (hope it’s OK to say that when I’m one of the eight.) These are recipes any mom will love.

Within A Gluten-Free Mother’s Day: Recipes for Moms by Moms, you’ll find gluten-free dishes with simple ingredients for:

      • breakfast in bed
      • brunch
      • recipes designed for cooking with kids and
      • recipes you can make ahead of time.

There’s something for every type of dietary restriction, as well. Mom can choose the recipe(s) she’d like and hand the recipe off to Dad. Or the whole family can come together to prepare a special celebration for Mom.

Take a look at these gorgeous culinary works of art (and heart):

A Gluten Free Mother's Day from AttuneFoods.com

The Fabulous Creations are:

        • Blueberry Breakfast Pudding with Granola Topping by Kim Lutz (vegan, tree nut-free, peanut-free, and soy-free)
        • Turkey Strata Muffins with Orange Slices and Balsamic Glaze by Beth Hillson (tree nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free)
        • Corn Flake Quiche Lorraine by Karen Morgan (tree nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free)
        • Roasted Asparagus and Tomato Tart by Kelli Bronski (vegetarian, tree nut-free, peanut-free)
        • Blueberry Scones with Vanilla Lemon Sweet Cashew Cream and Homemade Blueberry Chia Seed Jam by Maggie Savage (vegan, egg-free, dairy-free, peanut-free)
        • Peanut Butter Crunch French Toast with Maple-Peanut Butter Syrup by Alta Mantsch (vegetarian, dairy-free, tree nut-free)
        • Chocolate or Carob Tart with Dairy-Free Whipped Topping by Adrienne Urban (that’s me :)) (vegan, dairy-free, egg-free, peanut-free)
        • Strawberry Streusel Oatmeal Breakfast Cake by Kim Maes (vegetarian, dairy-free, peanut-free, tree nut-free

Don’t they look and sound wonderful?

I was so excited to be asked to be a part of this project and I must say, we LOVED the recipe that I came up with.

It’s a creamy Chocolate or Carob Filling in a Crispy Crust made with Erewhon’s Crispy Brown Rice Cereal.  And the topping is something I’ve been wanting to create for a long time–a Dairy-Free Whipped Cream that doesn’t require buying cans of coconut milk.

And it worked.  I was really excited about the topping, but my sons say that the crust just might be their favorite part.

I’d love to hear what you think.

But first, follow the link here to download your FREE copy of A Gluten-Free Mother’s Day: Recipes for Moms by Moms.

I hope this book makes your Mother’s Day extra special, and the recipes are so healthful that you can enjoy them year round.

*NOTE:  It appears that for some people there is a problem with downloading this book in Safari, so try another browser like Chrome or Firefox if that happens to you. Alternatively, “Save As” to your computer and then open the pdf file on your computer.*

As a side note, Mother’s Day is extra special for me since my youngest was born on Mother’s Day, so we have a full-week with Mother’s Day and a birthday to celebrate.

Do you have special plans for Mother’s Day this year?

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  1. This would have been a great freebie IF I could have gotten it to download, It never downloaded at all for me, is there anyway you can email it to me?? Please. Thanks Tammy

  2. Charlotte Moore says:

    I can’t get the words of the recipes. I only get the pics. STRANGE!!!!

  3. Charlotte Moore says:

    All I did was click on the words Free Mother’s Day Ebook. It went to another page and those words were also at the top in red. It would not let me click on them.

    • Did it happen in another browser as well?

      • Charlotte Moore says:

        No, I only have Safari. I am not vey computer savvy so all I know to do is click. Heheehe!!

        • I would try Chrome. I love it. Just search for Chrome on the internet and download it and try. I might be able to email it later if it doesn’t work but I can’t right now….

    • Here’s the response from the company: The lead image at the top of the page is static. If they scroll down, they will see the e-book cover. If they click on it, then it will download for them. There is also another link further down the page too. Let me know if that doesn’t work for them.

  4. Charlotte Moore says:

    Still no luck. I am going to get my husband to see if he can figure it out. I can see the pics of the food and the products of the company, but lots of black lines where the writing should be. Never had this to happen.

    • OK – I will email my contact again. If nothing works I will try to figure out how to get it to you :).

    • It doesn’t display in Safari, but if you “Save As” to your computer and then open the pdf file on your computer you can see everything. I had the same problem. It’s odd that it doesn’t work with Safari given how many Safari users there are, but save as and you’ll be golden.

    • I’ve worked through this issue with someone else and they were looking at the book in preview mode instead of saving it and then opening in Adobe.

  5. Carolyn says:

    It’s wonky for me as well. I get the pictures, but all the text is blurred out, much like you’d see on tv when they want to blur the name something on a t-shirt. I use Safari as well – Mac user. :)

    • I just tried to download it in Safari and it didn’t work for me either. I will let them know but try Chrome. I love Chrome anyway, except occasionally when it gives me a fit or two.

  6. Not working for me either

  7. I clicked on the picture at the top of the post and was able to open it in iBooks on the ipad.

  8. Charlotte Moore says:

    FINALLY!!!!! My husband loaded Chrome and it worked. Mercy me, these computers. Thanks for all your help.

  9. Ditto, not getting anything. Could you e-mail it to us?

  10. Hello. Thank you for the link to a free e-book. It looks good. I had no problems with Google.

  11. I’ve tried it on Adobe and the Kindle app and I’m seeing the pictures, but the words are just black lines…don’t know how to do chrome. Can you e-mail the e-recipe book to me?

    • The browser appears to be the issue – it doesn’t work in Safari for some folks. If you have another browser option that should work but if not I can try to email it to you. Let me know. I’ve been swamped and sadly have an injured leg so I am behind….

  12. Suzanne says:

    It worked as a preview in Google Chrome, but whenever I went to save it and open it back up, the pictures were there, but the words were blurred out (looked like barcodes) not sure why but I would still really love to get the book!

    • Were the words still not there after you opened it back up after saving??

      • Suzanne says:

        The words were there in preview mode, but after I saved it and opened it back up they were barcodes. I tried several different times, with and without extensions etc. I consider myself pretty tech savvy but for the life of me I couldn’t get it to open back up with words
        :(!!

        • Did you try a different browser? Let me know and I can help hopefully.

          • Suzanne says:

            I tried Safari and it wouldn’t even let me click on it, so I used Google Chrome like you mentioned and that’s what happened. I just tried Firefox and same thing, now when I open it up all I see is pictures and barcodes. Waaaaahhhhh!

  13. Talia B. says:

    I cant get it in firefox or internet explorer. It just takes me to a search page or to a file not found page. I would love this ebook if you can email it