Eat Happy: Delicious Gluten Free, Grain Free, Low Carb Recipes

Eat Happy: Delicious Gluten Free, Grain Free, Low Carb Recipes

If you are into gluten free, grain-free recipes, or know someone who is and loves food-related gifts, we have a special treat for you today. Our friend Anna Vocino published a GAW-geous cookbook full of grain- and gluten-free recipes . It’s called Eat Happy: Delicious Gluten Free, Grain Free, Low Carb Recipes for a Joyful Life.

Eat Happy: Gluten free, grain free recipes

Guys, just look at these photos and try not to drool. We dare you. Like these Cauliflower Tots (our little tots would CRUSH these):


Torris Chicken Legs (a great family meal)…


Even Almond Butter Cups (because sometimes sweet can be a good thing!):


“Eat Happy gives you comfort food where you won’t miss the sugars or grains so your body and brain can feel happy from eating real foods.” NOW we’re talking!

We’re excited to try these recipes out on our kids because they are free from processed sugar. We’ve seen firsthand how processed sugar is a lot for a little body to handle (hello, meltdown after the birthday party last weekend!). We know how important it is to give them the gift of healthy eating. Anna’s book allows us to do that without taking any of the fun away.

And while we aren’t grain-free, we’ve also been limiting the amount of grains on our plates so we can make more room for veggies and other healthy options. I’ve had quite the year with my little guy and his constipation issues, and between eliminating dairy completely and cutting back on the amount of grains at the table he is doing so much better. It’s been a healthy change for our whole family.

I know what will be in my stocking this year! Grab your copy on Amazon now.

About Alessandra Macaluso

Alessandra Macaluso is author of What a Good Eater! and The Real-Deal Bridal Bible, host of the Real-Deal Brides Podcast, and blogger at Alessandra’s work is featured in several anthologies, most recently But Did You Die? which is the fifth installment in a New York Times bestselling series. She has contributed to The Huffington Post, Scary Mommy, and many other online publications. Her original screenplay “Polar Suburbia” placed as a semi-finalist in the Moondance Film Festival. Alessandra is mom to two toddlers and a twenty-five pound Maine coon cat who believes he is a dog. She spends her time driving her OCD husband completely nuts with her constant rearrangement of scenery in their home. Learn more at and follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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