Country Baking
Meets Gluten-Free

Yummy Country-Style, meals like your Grandma made, but gluten-free!

I created this gluten free cookbook to bring back childhood memories of food before you were gluten free. I use quality ingredients, and the taste will warm your soul. 

I wrote this gluten free cookbook for real people, doing real baking in real kitchens. No fancy dancy stuff, just down-home great food you can take to your next party, and keep the secret between us that this is really gluten free!

Delicious gluten-free recipes like:

  • Buttermilk Pie
  • Sweet Potato Donut Holes
  • Sugar Cookie Muffins
  • Pumpkin Gingerbread
  • Cookies
  • Lemon Squares
  • Waffles!
  • Bacon Jalapeno Bread
  • Garlic Pizza Dough
  • Fluffy Buttermilk Biscuits
  • Tomato Basil Soup
  • Turkey and Cheese Pie or Veggie Pot Pie!

But hurry and get some for yourself before it’s all gone. (Tastes delicious, but it is real baking so be sure to follow the 80/20 rule and enjoy in moderation.)

*This digital book includes 20 recipes and Tips for Successful Gluten Free Baking

So What is Gluten?

“Gluten free is a buzzword in many public headlines and many private households.

So just what is gluten? Gluten is a protein composite found in several types of grains, including wheat, spelt, rye and barley. Gluten consists of two proteins: gliadin and glutenin. It is the gliadin protein to which people react negatively.

When flour is mixed with water, gluten forms a sticky cross-linked network of proteins, giving elastic properties to dough and allowing bread to rise when baked. The name gluten, therefore, is derived from these glue-like properties.

In people who are sensitive to gluten, this causes the immune system to mount an attack against their intestines. This immune reaction is an autoimmune disease called Celiac Disease.

But eating gluten free isn’t just for Celiac-positive folks. We all can benefit from giving our digestive tracts a break from this sticky glue interaction in our intestines. Gluten has been linked to “opioid” addictive responses as well. Admittedly, however, you may also experience essential nutrient deficiency if you do not balance your diet in other ways when eliminating gluten all together.

The positive attributes to gluten free are better digestive health and increased levels of energy, to name just two. Now, with all this talk about gluten free, I caution you before you turn to chemical-laden or corn-laden products in lieu of gluten. There are distinct benefits to at least a partially gluten-free lifestyle to support the brain, the digestive tract and overall energy levels.

So enjoy this gluten free cookbook that Christina has created by “baking backwards.” That means she remade all her favorite recipes by creating them gluten free. Her recipes are not “theory” but actual tried and true edible foods that even the kids will eat.

You too will find the benefits, very quickly, of replacing many of your favorites with these gluten free versions.

Bon Apetit!”
Angie Ates
CAHP-BC, BCND, Dtx Spec

Christina and Kelly shared some holiday favorites in our FB group​

What People Have Shared

Christina’s Gluten Free Baking Tips have saved me lots of money and my family loves the recipes. I used to dread baking gluten free. I feel successful now every time. Thank you Christina for taking the time to help me perfect my skills.

Linda L.

With our son having Celiac it is hard to find recipes that aren’t dry or crumbly….Christina has cracked the code on creating delicious recipes that are gluten free and taste like the traditional recipes you are used to.
Brittany Buss
I met Christina at a party. I was so shocked when someone told me I just ate a Gluten Free Cookie. I argued and said it’s not possible. That stuff tastes like cardboard and this tastes like my grandma’s cookies. Needless to say, I went back for more and they were gone. Christina I can’t wait to get your cookbook, it will be a blessing to the gluten free community.
John Bassett
Gluten free but not taste free. Christina makes it fun and easy. She gives you the extra tips you need when baking gluten free to get a creation that is moist and full of flavor without all of the added junk. Your baked goods will be the healthiest hit at your next holiday. Enjoy!
KT Mays
My family is gluten-sensitive and I’ve tried countless recipes and mixes throughout the years. None have met the expectations of my picky eaters, so we just stopped eating grains altogether. Just spending a few minutes in the kitchen with Christina opened my eyes to so many different tips, tricks and possibilities for my family! Furthermore, she showed me what I’ve been doing wrong all of these years (in the most nurturing, loving way, of course!) Thank you for educating me on (and welcoming me to) the wonderful world of gluten-free cooking and baking, Christina! I’m forever grateful!
Amy Reaves
WOW! I had no idea Gluten Free baking can taste like REAL FOOD! Christina you did it! Your Gluten-Free Sin-Sational Swirls and Gluten-Free Pumpkin Gingerbread are hands down the BEST I have ever tasted. I only have one problem… I can eat all them by myself!
Kerry T.
I am a Southern girl raised on Grandma’s biscuits! But was looking for a healthy alternative with flavor and consistency that would make new memories for my children. I was fortunate to get to taste her delish gluten free version and voila.
Pat Wilson
I have feasted on Christina Sessums cooking and could not tell it was GLUTEN FREE! Her tips on gluten free baking have made my baking so DELICIOUS that my traditional bread family can’t tell. So excited to get her tried and true recipes to add to my menu!!
Nicole DuBois
Mommy learning gluten free baking
I have a definite sweet tooth and have tasted many healthy gluten free treats and they were not so great, however Christina’s gluten free baking was to die for simply amazing and couldn’t get enough, bet you can’t eat just one…
Ashley Uchtman

Watch and learn as Christina BAKES delicious gluten free recipes you'll love!

Christina shares some of her recipes from her cookbook PLUS a pantry checklist and a shopping list to create all of the recipes in this 4-module set of videos. 

She also shares tips, tricks, tools and ideas for baking gluten-free and what she does!

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