Gluten Free on a Budget Review | KC, the G-Free Foodie

Now you can eat more gluten-free goodness—while spending a lot less. My friend Chandice (you know her from Gluten Free Frenzy) and her mom, Tana, have written a new cookbook called “Gluten Free on a Budget” – and that’s exactly what it is!  The book is full of easy, family-friendly recipes that won’t break the bank, and there are awesome pantry-stocking and grocery shopping tips too.

If you’re looking for some new recipe ideas and money-savers, you can pick up Gluten Free on a Budget on Amazon or at a local bookstore.

I’m excited to help Chandice & Tana share the news about the book, and to offer a FREE COPY to one of you! Leave a comment on this post with your Favorite Food-Budget-Saving Tip for a chance to Win, and use the Rafflecopter app for even more entries.

Happy Eating!



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17 thoughts on “Gluten Free on a Budget Review | KC, the G-Free Foodie

  1. My kids play hockey and my son plays baseball, so we spend a lot of time either on the road or at concession stands. To save money I try to plan ahead and bring snacks or meals. It's healthier and doesn't cost an arm and a leg. Plus it makes it so much easier to eat gluten free since there's not a lot of concession items that would work for me.

  2. I'm a big fan of Vitacost and all its sales on Gluten Free products. I do like to research how to mimic a lot of brand name gluten free flour mixes and have pinned quite a few that work beautifully. Thanks to all those GF bloggers for making that possible and helping me stretch my budget a lot further.

  3. I always buy in bulk from a local organic outlet and prepare GF pizza crust to freeze for baking at a later time! Cheaper and saves time!

  4. I try to buy in bulk when I can, and I make everything from scratch which is much cheaper. This book also looks very interesting and good. Thank you.

  5. My favorite tip is to buy seasonal foods! We are huge on produce; it is great to buy things when they are in-season!

  6. I would love this book! My tip is to shop local in the winter and grow your own in the summer. My hens spend the winter weeding and fertilizing my veggie patch for me so it is all ready come spring time.

  7. This would be awesome!

    My tips would be:
    Buy fresh, local and seasonal produce.
    Cook most meals at home
    Cook enough for leftovers.
    Plan ahead and freeze so you don't end up ordering take-out on busy days.

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