Friday, November 13, 2015

Announcing AIP & Paleo Holiday Sweet Treats e-book & a giveaway!

AIP & Paleo Holiday Sweet Treats e-book by Laura Vein

EDIT: The Giveaway has ended (11-18-2015). Congratulations to Anna for winning! 

I’m very excited to announce that I’ve published an e-book “AIP & Paleo Holiday Sweet Treats.” The e-book features 14 recipes for the holiday season, including cookies, cakes, custards,  pies, sauces, plus a couple savory options. Because AIP is not meant to last forever, three of the recipes feature reintroductions. I know first-hand how challenging it can be to stick with AIP during holidays when there are tempting foods everywhere you turn. Instead of feeling deprived, or risking temptation, I've re-created many of my favorite holiday treats to fit within AIP guidelines. I sincerely believe it is not healthy in the long run for a person (myself included) to indulge in dessert items every day. But I do also believe in balance, & I find myself relaxing a bit during the holiday season.  Check out this page for more e-book information & a full listing of the recipes. 

AIP & Paleo Holiday Sweet Treats e-book by Laura Vein
In the book’s introduction, I include 5 of my top tips for AIP baking success. My absolute number one tip for baking success is to weigh your ingredients using a kitchen scale. I realize that not everyone may have a kitchen scale, but I absolutely could not survive without mine. So I’ve decided, in honor of “AIP & Paleo Holiday Sweet Treats” release, to give away not just a copy of the e-book, but also a kitchen scale! The giveaway will run until 12am on Tuesday, November 17th.  

AIP & Paleo Holiday Sweet Treats e-book by Laura Vein

Over the years, I’ve worked with many different brands of scales, but the Escali Primo Digital Kitchen Scale 11Lb/5Kg is my absolute favorite. I used that scale both as a culinary student & a culinary school instructor, as well as in various professional jobs & now in my adventures in recipe development. Anytime I travel, the scale flies with me. Please note: the brand Escali has no idea who I am & they are in no way sponsoring this giveaway. I just love their scale & can’t help but gush about it :) 

AIP & Paleo Holiday Sweet Treats e-book by Laura Vein

To enter, please use the Rafflecopter widget below. The winner gets a copy of my new e-book "AIP & Paleo Holiday Sweet Treats," as well as an Escali Primo Digital Kitchen Scale 11Lb/5Kg
May the odds be ever in your favor ;) 

Happy Baking & Happy Holidays! 

EDIT: The Giveaway has ended (11-18-2015). Congratulations to Anna for winning! 



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9 comments:

  1. What a great giveaway!! Pick me;) My favorite holiday dessert before I found out about my food intolerances and the effects of them in my body, was Pumpkin Pie! The closest thing I've come to that is Pumpkin Pourage. I have been substituting my holiday desserts for sautéed apples and honey. Boring, I know..haha.

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    1. Mmm! Those both sound really tasty :)

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  2. So excited about this ebook! One of my favorite holiday treats are cherry tarts...my grandma always used to have them just for Christmas. I also love cranberry orange bread, so I can't wait to dive into the cranberry cake recipe.

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  3. I'm considering trying the AIP and could use all the help I can get!

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  4. My favorite sweet treat for the holidays is a deep, dark, rich Chocolate Peppermint tart! (food intolerance friendly of course) The ebook looks amazing, and I've always wanted a kitchen scale. Thank you for this opportunity!

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  5. Throwing my hat in for the giveaway! :)

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  6. Looking forward to more AIP dessert recipes - especially that cranberry bread! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  7. Oh I really want to win. We tried GAPS because of several health issues. Now we are trying AIP and finally able to stick with it. The book would help. :) thanks for this giveaway.

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  8. Warm, holiday treats in AIP version. Yum!!

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