As a home cook, when initially diagnosed with a wheat allergy, I knew I needed cookbooks in order to nourish my sweet tooth. I went to a discount store where I luckily and happily purchased several Gluten-Free cookbooks. Actually, I bought one of each of the cookbooks they offered spending less than $20 in total for 6 GF cookbooks. The bonus to the cookbook recipes was that each book had a wealth on information on being gluten-free; what to eat, what to avoid, sneaky gluten in products, how to measure GF flour, etc. I needed to know how to navigate my new GF lifestyle.
You can see that my cookbooks are varied and well used. I haven’t mastered each recipe I’ve tried such as hamburger buns and bagels; but I will keep trying.
Until you find the GF cookbooks that fit your lifestyle, take a look at your local library (print and digital) for these resources. I recently did such a library search. To my surprise, there were many hundreds of GF cookbooks in their inventory. And yes, I checked out a couple of print and digital cookbooks to find new and easier GF recipes. I am a home cook who enjoys making from scratch goodies. (A little secret: I have owned more than 100 cookbooks before being diagnosed with a wheat allergy.)