What will you do for dessert if guests are coming for Thanksgiving, and one of them is on a gluten-free diet? It’s not as easy to satisfy the gluten-free eater’s sweet tooth as you might think. Gluten-free foods can be difficult to come by, and time consuming to find or to make. (Of course, if you’re on a gluten-free diet, you’ve probably already searched for an easy fix when the urge for a quick, homemade single-serving snack hits. And you already know that “delicious,” “gluten-free,” and “homemade” are not necessarily words that fit into the same sentence.)
Stacey J. Miller, author of “101 Recipes for Gluten-Free Microwave Mug Cakes” (October 2010, BPT Press) has the solution. “In ten minutes, anyone can make a gluten-free microwave mug cake – even if you have pies and cakes tying up your ‘real’ oven, and the only cooking equipment you can spare for the single-serving gluten-free dessert effort is a spoon, a bowl, a coffee mug, and a microwave oven.” With Thanksgiving (and the autumn season in general) in mind, Stacey included such recipes as: Molasses Pudding Microwave Mug Cake, Corn Muffin Microwave Mug Cake, Corn Appleberry Microwave Mug Cake, Gingerbread Microwave Mug Cake, and Pumpkin Cheesecake Microwave Mug Cake.
These and other recipes are available for you to reprint and share with your readers. Also, if you’d like a review copy of the book, Stacey can make one available for you. Please let me know if you’d like additional information. Thank you for your time and consideration.
Author Bio: Stacey J. Miller
Stacey J. Miller learned at a very young age that, on days when nothing else goes right, she could always make herself feel better by cooking an easy meal or baking a quick dessert. When she’s not in the kitchen, she’s indulging in her day job. A book promotion specialist, Stacey founded S. J. Miller Communications which handles publicity for books of all genres. Recent clients include Debra Fine ( “The Fine Art of Small Talk”); Gary David Goldberg (“Sit, Ubu, Sit”); Abbot Christopher Jamison (“Finding Happiness”); Doreen Orion (“Queen of the Road”); and Amy Homan Edelman (“Manless in Montclair”). She is based in a suburb of Boston, Massachusetts and is a mom to the two best cats on the planet. In December 2009, Stacey appeared on “The Rachael Ray Show” to promote her first microwave mug cakes book, “101 Recipes for Microwave Mug Cakes.”
101 Recipes for Gluten-Free Microwave Mug Cakes:
Healthier Single-Serving Snacks in Less Than 10 Minutes By Stacey J. Miller BPT Press October 2010