I didn't have all the ingredients, called for, but it is only gluten that is an issue in my home so I have not looked for ways to make up for dairy or sugar. I am guessing that many of you who do not include these in your diet, have items that I don't.
My first problem was how to to pick a recipe from so many good looking ones. You know how I love muffins so that is where I started looking. My favorite is Dillicious Herb-Stuffed Muffins. You know how I love savory treats. This one hides cauliflower in it and lots of other tasty ingredients. I made pumpkin pie muffins and decided to stick to the recipe although, under normal circumstances, I would use eggs. They worked and were delicious.
The book is also a success. If you or someone you know is challenged with any of the ingredients, left out of this book, I think this will help you make the necessary changes in a simple way, to eat a delicious diet with lots of treats. This is a book sensitive to those who have had to change their diets and thought they would not eat baked goods again. In a sensitive, educated way, Debbie makes it apparent, we can eat and enjoy.
I am glad I have added this book to my collection and envision it stained and wrinkled in the near future, a sign of use and good eating.