A Bob’s Red Mill giveaway and a few recipes to go along with it

I am really excited about today’s post as I am sharing some of my favorite recipes I have been cooking these days and…

I am giving away 25 boxes of Bob’s Red Mill gluten-free flours!

Now, I hope this gets you to get into the kitchen and bake some more gluten-free recipes.

So what do you say?

Inspired to bake?

It is not unusual for me to be baking in the kitchen. After all, that is where I feel most comfortable and where our family gathers always.

After a bout of feeling uninspired this summer, I returned from France with a big desire to test new recipes.

Autumn recipes always miss home and my family. The fresh Dordogne country air and the cooler temperatures made me crave apples and squash and soup… lots of soups this week.

So here I am sharing some of my favorite recipes this week.

Apple, oat and herb scones that I served with squash and leek soup – the porrusalda of my childhood as I blogged about it.

Hearty and lots of texture that accompany the creamy soup perfectly.

There were brown butter apple cakes flavored with cardamom and vanilla bean. Jon and Miren loved them with the lady apple slices on top. Miren actually took some of the apples to school for “show and tell”. She was smitten by them.

You could even grate the apple into the batter. It is a very forgiving recipe and it would be great with a bit of the apple moisture in it.

And I also made the striped-beet and caramelized fennel tart that is featured on the cover of my book (individual size this time). Ossau-Iraty cheese inside instead of the raclette that the original recipe calls for…

… but so good regardless.

To enter the giveaway, please leave a comment below and I will select the 25 winners randomly. Each box with contain 4 boxes of an assortment of flours.

You have until Monday October 15th at 4pm EST to enter and I will announce the winners in the comments section shortly after.

Good luck and thank you Bob’s Red Mill for this generous giveaway and for supporting my book!

Disclamer: due to the nature of this gift, we will only be able to ship within the Unites States territory and Canada. Thank you.

Savory apple, oat and herb scones

makes 16 scones

1 cup (140 g) brown rice flour
1/2 cup (50 g) almond flour
1/3 cup (40 g) millet flour
1 1/3 cups (140 g) GF oats
2 tablespoons light brown sugar
2 teaspoons ground chia seeds
2 teaspoons baking powder
3/4 teaspoons baking soda
3/4 teaspoons fine sea salt
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon finely chopped rosemary
1 teaspoon finely chopped parsley
1 teaspoon finely chopped thyme
12 tablespoons (170 g) unsalted butter, frozen
1 cup lady apples, diced into small pieces (you can use other apples but try to use those with not too much moisture)
2/3 cup (170 ml) cold full-fat buttermilk
Heavy cream for brushing

Preheat oven to 400F (200C). Place butter in freezer for at least 30 minutes before making the recipe.

In a large bowl, whisk together the first 13 ingredients. Grate the frozen butter into the dry ingredients using the large holes in a box-grater. Toss gently with your hands without warming the butter too much. Add the diced apple and toss to coat. Add the buttermilk and mix until combined.

Transfer the dough onto your work surface and bring it together. Dust the surface with a bit of flour if needed. Roll to 1-inch thickness and cut 2-inch circles using a cookie cutter (dip the cutter into brown rice flour so it doesn’t stick to dough too much).

Place scones on a baking sheet lined with parchment. Brush tops with heavy cream and sprinkle a bit of black pepper and more herbs on top. Bake for 18 minutes until golden. Let them cool in the pan for 10 minutes before trying to pick them up.

Apple and cardamom brown butter cakes

makes 10 small cakes

6 tablespoons (90 g) unsalted butter
3 cardamom pods, cracked
1 vanilla bean, split lengthwise and seeds scraped
1 cup (100 g) almond flour
1/2 cup (60 g) GF oat flour or brown rice flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon fine sea salt
2 eggs
1/3 cups (70 g) natural cane sugar
1/4 cup (60 ml) whole milk
2 lady apples, thinly sliced

Preheat oven to 350F (180C).

Melt the butter in a small saucepan and cook until milk solids are brown. Set aside. Add the cardamom pods and vanilla seeds. Let steep for 10 minutes. Then remove the pods and pour into a clean bowl.

In a medium bowl, whisk together the almond flour, oat flour, baking powder and salt.

In a small bowl, whisk together the eggs, sugar and milk. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients. Whisk to combine. Fold in the cooled browed butter.

Pour the batter (3/4 of the way up) into your molds that have been previously greased. Top with a couple of thin slices of apple.

Bake the cakes for 18 minutes or until golden brown on top. Cool and remove from molds. They are best eaten while warm.


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565 Responses to “A Bob’s Red Mill giveaway and a few recipes to go along with it”

  1. Those first tarts are just SO gorgeous! Thank you for doing this giveaway. My daughter has gluten allergies, but I have been wanting to do more baking with her. This would be perfect…

  2. Heather says:

    I’ve been experimenting with Bob’s Red Mill flours this fall. In particular, we’ve been enjoying the gluten-free, low carb flours: almond, hazelnut, and coconut.

  3. Tracy S says:

    These recipes look perfectly lovely for a homey fall meal. I can’t wait to try the scones and would love a chance to win the flour to make them! Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. Awesome! I only use Bobs Red Mill GF flours in my baking so this would be wonderful.
    Thank you!
    Sarah M

  5. I love Bob’s Red Mill so so so much! Thanks for the giveaway!

  6. Those scones look beautiful! Perfect with some pumpkin soup. The cakes ust also be divine.



  7. Kelsey says:

    Mmm brown butter and apples – sign me up!

  8. Elina says:

    Congratulations on the book! I’ve loved coming to your site for quite some time and looking at your wonderful photography and delicious food.

  9. What a great giveaway!! I’ve always wanted to experiment with different flours, but have never made a point to purchase any. This would be a great jumpstart.

  10. Kärt says:

    Those savory scones look so appetizing, yum!

  11. roopa says:

    I have a feeling I’m developing a gluten sensitivity so this would be a great way to help kickstart some GF baking!

  12. Chelsy says:

    I pre-ordered your book way back when Amazon first offered it and I can’t wait for it to arrive! I’m planning a flour shopping trip soon, so the these flours would be a great start! I am so inspired by your photography, I wish I could constantly see life through the lens of your camera. :)

  13. KJB says:

    What a great giveaway … and so practical. Would love to try some gluten-free baking!

    As always, stunning photographs. Loved the striped blue spoon.

  14. emily says:

    Yes!! Please enter me in the giveaway! I’m in an obsessive baking phase this fall! Off to bake those gorgeous scones right now! :) :)

  15. Bridget says:

    Yum , the scones look delicious!

  16. I’ve never used Bobs flours before!

  17. Kriste says:

    Fall is the best season for baking!

  18. Pola M says:

    All of these recipes look amazing! Those beet cakes look incredibly beautiful!

  19. Danielle says:

    Curious about the striped-beets! I wonder where I could get my hands on some. I love anything apple in the fall. Crisps galore!


  20. C.B. says:

    Every baking recipe looks so delicious….why am I a poor baker? I can’t make muffins rise….ever (I’ve tied everything). I can cook….but not bake (yet I keep trying cause I love sweets)

  21. Your posts always make me so Hungry! Thanks for the chance to win, Dee

  22. Your posts always make me so hungry! hanks for the chance to win, Dee

  23. Your posts always make me so Hungry! Thanks for the chance to win, Dee

  24. Mojca says:

    A beautiful book, wonderful website and always inspiring recipes. Would be great to experiment with new flours! Have a lovely autumn.

  25. Martha says:

    Amazing recipes, gorgeous pictures. Thank you for the love and the quality you put in your blog!

  26. Jessica says:

    I would LOVE to try Bob’s Red Mill flours and experiment more with gluten free cooking:)

    Great giveaway and beautiful post – as always…can’t wait to try those scones!

  27. Aran!
    Please throw my name in the hat!
    I received notice that my copy of Small Plate & Sweet Treat shipped yesterday! What perfect timing if I should be so lucky to win!

    I hope that you will be able to come to the Pacific Northwest for a book signing!

  28. Aran!
    Please throw my name in the hat!
    I received notice that my copy of Small Plate & Sweet Treat shipped yesterday! What perfect timing if I should be so lucky to win!

    I hope that you will be able to come to the Pacific Northwest for a book signing!

  29. Laura says:

    I have yet to try gluten-free baking, although I will have to try for the holidays if I want to eat cake :)

  30. Oh! I’d love to win this. I’ve been wanting to try their flours, but haven’t had a chance to do it yet.

  31. Lorna says:

    OOh..I’m about to embark on an alternative flour low carb journey, so this would be perfect!

  32. Cindy says:

    These are SO PRETTY! I have a little (lot) of trepidation when it comes to gluten-free baking. You make it looks so easy and beautiful!

  33. Nisa's Mom says:

    your pictures, your recipes are awesome ! can’t wait to try myself, to be honest with you, glutten free flour is a little bit expensive than regular, so price always become my concern too.

  34. Katherine F says:

    I’d be so excited to have the chance to try more GF recipes with this flour box! I need to figure out GF cookies one of these days.

  35. oe74@hotmail.com says:

    Wow – those pics look amazing! I haven’t done much gluten free baking – but I’m getting more and more requests for it. I’d really love to try your Savory apple, oat and herb scones!
    Fingers crossed!

  36. Meghan says:

    What a great giveaway! I must say, the as someone who is not gluten free, I often look at the long list of ingredients on some gluten free recipes and feel a bit daunted. It would be neat to be able to try some of these flours.

  37. moni.zuza says:

    Great giveaway and scrumptious recipes as always. :)

  38. Melissa says:

    Beautiful post Aran. Not sure where you find the time to create all this beauty and these amazing recipes.

    Can’t wait to try the scone recipe- they look really delicious. Happy baking!

  39. Love every Bob’s product I have tried and would love tot try more!

  40. Vicki D says:

    I have been wanting to try these flours for a while. This would be a great opportunity. Thanks!

  41. Emma K M says:

    I have been looking for these flours in my ordinary grocery store but have not yet been successful in finding them – it would be great to finally get to try!

  42. Savory Scones with Soup!! what a perfect October combo :)

  43. Nimi says:

    I can’t wait to read your book, since you are my go to source for a lot of recipes I can only imagine what treats you have packed in the book. I was baking your GF recipes before I even realized I was gluten intolerant, simply because they always looked so interesting and yummy!

  44. kate says:

    i can’t wait to try the beets and caramelized fennel tartelettes from your book!

    i received the amazon confirmation, the book is on its way!

  45. Megan says:

    What a perfect giveaway for the arrival of your new book! I have little to no experience using gluten free flours and would love to start experimenting with your book as a guide. Thank you!

  46. Raquel says:

    Beautiful recipes! All your work is so nice.

  47. E.N. says:

    you always have such beautiful-looking recipes. your book is great!

  48. Anonymous says:

    These are too, too beautiful. Can’t wait to try them. And hoorah for the giveaway!

  49. MySanSouci says:

    I love your recipes. Thank you for sharing! Eagerly awaiting your book!

  50. mthood says:

    I already love Bob’s Red Mill flours and baking. Thanks for the continued inspiration!

  51. Feeling uninspired, this summer?!!! and, yet, this whole time, you’ve been inspiring me…

    How is it that a ‘simple’ image of food – of apples – of scones – with some lovely colors – fabrics – plates and cutlery – can give me so much joy and peace and such a sense of settledness?!!!

    It’s always refreshing to visit you!

    Best wishes!


  52. mthood says:

    I already love Bob’s Red Mill and baking. Thanks for the continued inspiration!

  53. The scone recipe looks and sounds amazing, can’t wait to try it!

  54. Wow, the beet and caramelized fennel tart sounds amazing!! That’s definitely what I would bake if I won…and I might have to go get the ingredients to try it either way!

  55. How timely~

    I just introduced my niece to Bob’s last weekend. Her husband recently realized he’s gluten intolerant and she made her first gluten-free pie crust with Bob’s flour. And she was able to find it in NJ!

    Way to go Bob… local boy done sooooo good. (I grew up on the corner of River Rd and Courtney in the ‘hood.)

  56. Deb says:

    I use Bob’s Red Mill products often and love them! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway & opportunity to win an assortment of flours.
    Your blog is gorgeous & Congratulations on your new book ♥

  57. Dana says:

    Thank you for the giveaway!!! I have two, young children both diagnosed with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (my daughter is almost 7 and has been living with this disease since she was 15 months old; my son is now 5 and was diagnosed when he was 3). We have had GREAT success controlling my son’s arthritis through a gluten-free, dairy-free diet – he is “arthritis free” as long as we stick to the diet. We are doing the same for our daughter, but it is taking a little longer to get her arthritis under control….but we remain hopeful!

    All this to say, I bake ALL of their treats, cookies, cupcakes, breads, etc. using only Bob’s Red Mill flours. Tastiest (and healthiest) snacks around! Yes, it is tricky using multiple flours, but so worth it to have healthy kids.

    You can read our story here:

    Thanks, again!

  58. Jean says:

    I adore your blog! This post is making me want to whip up a batch of your scones right now!

  59. Erin says:

    Funny! I was just standing in front of the large Bob’s Red Mill selection in the market last night feeling both inspired and confused as to what to buy/make. I only ended up buying flaxseeds haha. So happy you’re on a baking spree- can’t wait to try the new cookbook recipes!

  60. Celia says:

    I would love some flours. I’ve been itching to bake recently as well.

  61. Kayti says:

    Those cakes are beautiful! Awesome giveaway.

  62. Kayti says:

    The cakes are so beautiful. Can’t wait to try them! And that’s a pretty sweet giveaway, too!

  63. Let me just say that those photos alone are a feast for the eyes! I love that you present your food in such a colorful and appealing way. Who says that eating healthy needs to be boring, right? Since I discovered Chia seeds there is no turning back! Thanks for these recipes. Those lady apples are gorgeous! All the best with your book!

  64. Priscilla says:

    I live in Portland, and love Bob and his philosophy. His products are my favorites. I would love to win the assortment.
    I’m going to try out your squash soup. It sounds delicious. I will stick with raclette for the fennel tart. It’s my favorite cheese.
    Thank you for the chance to win!

  65. You’ve had several recipes now calling for apples sliced without being cored, and I really love the look of it. Very rustic. A great complement to hearty grains and flours as well.



  66. Gabi says:

    I like your recipes and your bloggingstyle! My husband has to eat gluten-free and i do my very best to cook and bake gluten-free…i like to bake…its meditative!
    I am from germany and i hope its no problem with the giveaway its so nice….i have never seen in germany products from Bobs red mill….i hope its possibile to get it in the future!
    Greetings Gabi

  67. Wendy says:

    Bob’s Red Mill is fantastic–great products! Thanks for sharing the delicious recipes for inspiration, too!

  68. jc says:

    Gorgeous post! Fall is the perfect time to get into baking mode again. Thank you for the giveaway!

  69. Sarah says:

    Your photographs are the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen! I use them as backgrounds on my computer and iPod! Great giveaway!

  70. Michelle says:

    I love Bob’s Red Mill– bake with them all the time! Thanks for doing this giveaway!

  71. Steve S. says:

    I have just discovered your blog and I can hardly wait to begin baking some of your fabulous recipes. Your photos are outstanding!

  72. Suzana says:


    Such lovely recipes with apples. Lately I’ve been craving some cakes with apples too. And the first pumpkin of the season has just arrived. Oh Autumn!

    Thanks for being such an inspiration. Can’t wait for my copy of your book to arrive, and try some cake recipes with different flours! This giveaway is perfect!

  73. My husband has recently been diagnosed with Sarcoidosis, an immune system disorder. Most sarcoid sufferers are prescribed Prednisone which has a slew of negative side effects. My husband has chosen not to take Prednisone and instead address his condition holistically. He’s eliminated foods that cause an inflammatory auto-immune response – wheat, sugar, dairy, etc… So, I’m basically learning a whole way of cooking and paying attention to everything I shop for. Bob’s Red Mill is now a staple in our pantry. Fortunately, there is a lot of information on the web, including your wonderful website. I’m very excited to try your recipes!

  74. susan says:

    I just hopped over to your blog looking for a tart or pie recipe as I have so many apples on hand. Had no idea I would find so many in one post! Lucky me! I love Bob’s Red Mill and use it daily!

  75. snackpig says:

    My mother in law is gluten free. I usually avoid desserts at all costs, but this would be a great way to attempt them.

  76. Iratxe says:

    Yes, I´m inspired to bake!. Qué delicia de recetas, TODAS-todas me gustan. Estas tartaletas con remolacha tienen un color fantástico, qué corte tan fino. Si el sorteo es word wide, yo me apunto sin lugar a dudas. Muxuak,


  77. Amy says:

    Aran, I love your blog and feel so inspired every time I read your posts and browse your recipes. I cannot wait until your book arrives in my mailbox! I have been looking forward to my own copy ever since you announced the book being published. Thank you for giving my the confidence to try cooking gluten, egg & dairy free. Love your work x

  78. Maude says:

    These scones look great, I’ll have to try them!

    Is the giveaway open to Canada? If it is, count me in, I’d love to try new flours. :)

    Thanks for your generosity, both with the giveaway and the delicious recipes.

  79. elizabeth says:

    I live very close to the original Bob’s Red Mill. What a wonderful business and a wonderful story of integrity and commitment to wholesome living.

  80. Yelle says:

    Very excited about the giveaway! But my oh my, the apple cakes are so cute and I bet are delicious like all of your recipes!

  81. Sara says:

    Totally awesome giveaway! I love Bob’s Red Mill and would love to learn more about baking gluten free items for events at my church, so that everyone can feel included in food-related events!

  82. Your photos and recipes are so beautiful! Your book is definitely on my Wishlist this Christmas!
    Many of my family members are on Gluten-Free diets or have a Wheat Allergy, so having some gluten-free flours to bake with and share would be fantastic!

    Justine Navarro

  83. Christa M. says:

    I’m so excited to try the Brown Butter Cakes! Fall is my favorite season…mostly due to the abundance of apples.

  84. Esther U says:

    My husband is a wheat “hound” I’m getting ready to make a subtle switch to non-wheat flours thanks to your beautiful recipes. The challenge is to find such untraditional flours such as quinoa and chick pea. Wish me luck!

  85. Christina says:

    Gorgeous photos and mouth-watering recipes as always! I’m still exploring the full line of Red Mill flours and would love to get my hands on some new ones – thank you for doing the giveaway! Happy fall :-)

  86. These scones sound fantastic! I haven’t done much baking with GF flours but I’d love the chance to experiment with them.

  87. Oh my, those scones look delicious!

  88. Jen says:

    I love Bob’s Red Mill! I’ve been throwing some of this or that into my wheat flour-containing recipes for awhile now and, after reading this latest post, am excited to try a gluten-free one.

  89. I am in love love LOVE! With your first photo! It’s gorgeous! It looks fabulously delicious! ( :

  90. I have been gf for about a month, and would LOVE some Bob’s Flours! I cannot wait to get my hands on your cookbook!! Planning to get it for my family members for Christmas!

  91. kristijoy says:

    What a wonderful giveaway, as I received your STUNNINGLY beautiful book yesterday and am so excited to begin baking!

  92. Jenni says:

    Congrats on your book and thanks for the giveaway!

  93. Shana Hickman says:

    Everything looks so delicious!!

  94. Hallie says:

    I just made this beet tart for Canadian Thanksgiving! It was wonderful. Thank you!

  95. This post really got me in the mood for fall! I will be going to the Farmer’s Market on Saturday to get a box of apples and attempt to recreate those beauties!

  96. Oh I so want to try those scones. Going to pick up our veggie box Saturday and I hope it has lots of apples.

  97. LKF says:

    Great giveaway! I would love to try some gluten free flours to bake with!

  98. Liisa says:

    Oh, I can’t wait to make those savory apple and herb scones! It’s finally getting chilly enough that I want to start baking again!

  99. Nobel4Lit says:

    What lovely apples for that tart! I like Bob’s Red Mill products… can’t get enough of them!

  100. Aimee says:

    Those scones look amazing!! I would definitely use some Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free Flour to bake some for brunch this weekend. My daughter has a wheat allergy so we do a lot of experimental baking in our home.

  101. Jessie says:

    The pictures are beautiful. The recipes sound great. What an awesome opportunity to play with glutenfree flour. I love baking glutenfree, and would be thrilled to be the winner! Thanks for such a great giveaway!

  102. Christine says:

    I’m so excited for your book to arrive, I’ve been looking forward to it since you announced it was being made. Your recipes are always beautiful and recieve rave reviews from all my ‘tasters’! Baking is stress-relieving for me and it would be lovely to have some new flours to work with, Bob’s are consistently good!

  103. Jo says:

    WOW, beautiful pictures, great inspiration, tarte au pomme and more ;)

  104. Unknown says:

    Thank you for your recipes!! They are awesome!! Some months ago I discovered that I had problems with the wheat flour and I was desperate, but your recipes are as varied and tasty that I’m not worried anymore. And thank you for reminding me Basque Country flavors. I’m from Galicia and I really love Basque Country and its food. Sometimes miss it so much…

  105. Jessica says:

    I’d love to experiment with some of Bob’s Red Mill flours.

  106. Jennifer says:

    Great recipes and beautiful pictures – they make me hungry! I have 2 gluten-free kids who love to bake – love Bob’s Red Mill GF products!

  107. tara1965 says:

    These pictures are making me hungry!

  108. Such lovely and delicous looking pictures. I love BRM’s products. I buy them quite often.

    cereza25 at yahoo dot com

  109. Sara F. says:

    Your food looks fabulous. Perfect timing as I have tons of beets and apples to put to use. I love Bob’s products!

  110. Wow, those recipes look amazing! I must make those scones!

  111. All of these recipes sound so delicious! Can’t wait to try some of them. When I heard you were writing a book I got so excited, I pre ordered it as soon as I could. I can’t wait to finally get it! Thank you so much for writing this blog!

  112. All of these recipes sound so delicious! Can’t wait to try some of them. When I heard you were writing a book I got so excited, I pre ordered it as soon as I could. I can’t wait to finally get it! Thank you so much for writing this blog!

  113. Nina says:

    Such great recipes! I would love to try them with Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free Flour. And your cookbook trailer is so beautiful and the title makes me want to get your book so bad, I love small plates to share and sweet treats of course :)

  114. Love your site and always enjoy working with Bob’s Red Mill products. Your pictures and recipes help to keep me inspired. Keep up the fabulous work.

  115. Megan says:

    The recipes look fantastic! I am a big fan of Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free flours! They’re all I use in my kitchen. Gluten just doesn’t agree with me and it’s nice to have options like Bob’s.

  116. Aran,
    I just got your book on Monday and I love it. I want to make every single recipe, and i love the fact that it begins will fall recipes…very inspiring

  117. Renee says:

    I can’t wait to make these scones. Where do you get the lovely spoons you use in your photos? I have only ever seen them at HBV in Paris. Can we get them in the US?

  118. I’d love to participate in this giveaway! Thanks so much for organizing it. I’m so excited for your book!

  119. Samantha G says:

    Would Love to win this giveaway! Thank you for your beautiful and delicious contributions to the gluten-free culinary world!! So very appreciated!


  120. Tom Schulz says:

    Baking (and then eating) is the reason I love to exercise so much. Yum!

  121. Laura says:

    Looking forward to your stunning book! And WOW-incredible Giveaway. Bob’s Red Mill has wonderful GF products!

  122. Mapi Rodriguez-carreno says:

    as always your pictures are beautiful and the recipes that I have tried are yummy and easy to follow. Ready to try these ones!

  123. Rocio says:

    Beautiful photos! Thank you so much for this giveaway. I’ve started on the Specific Carb Diet which is largely gluten-free, so I am looking forward to experimenting and learning.

  124. Mapi Rodriguez-carreno says:

    as always your pictures are beautiful and the recipes that I have tried are yummy and easy to follow. Ready to try these ones!

  125. Minna says:

    I have always wanted to try Bob’s Red Mill flours. Please count me in! :)

    Ps. I can’t wait to get my hands on your cookbook!

  126. Mapi Rodriguez-carreno says:

    as always your pictures are beautiful and the recipes that I have tried are yummy and easy to follow. Ready to try these ones!

  127. Unknown says:

    These recipes look amazing. My love of food porn is further enabled by you! Thanks for the chance to win the Bobs Red Mill flours!

  128. I almost eat my screen at the sight of all of your delectable dishes! :) I am all for the giveaway!

  129. Ouida says:

    What a great chance to try some GF flours!

  130. Ouida says:

    What a great opportunity to try some GF flours!

  131. Jill Hartley says:

    I would love to win! I just found out recently that I have celiac disease so this will get me on the path to feeling much better but still enjoying amazing recipes!!! missjill0521@yahoo.com

  132. naomi says:

    I love Bob’s Red Mill! I was just wistfully looking at all the different kinds I haven’t tried yet, the other day at the grocery store!


  133. can’t wait to try the scones with the flour. i am on my journey to be gluten-free as i am experimenting to see if it will change my body. hopefully, the new diet could help me to get qualify for Boston Marathon one day :)

  134. Jill Hartley says:

    I can’t see my previous post, but I found out I have celiac disease recently and this would be a great way for me to experiment with gluten free products, feel better, and have delicious meals. (if this is appearing twice, I’m so sorry!)

  135. Queenie74 says:

    I have everything on the list except for those flours. I haven’t ventured into others other than my usual wheat. I’d love to try them! Or win them would be even better!

    Your blog is gorgeous! I will start following you on Twitter. Add you to my RSS feed. I’d love to see you on Pinterest!

  136. Gidget says:

    Oh these look so yummy!
    I love Bob’s Red Mill..

  137. kat says:

    oh i hope i win! i have been wanting to do some baking but stocking up on all the ingredients is so expensive.

  138. sarahjane says:

    I made a plum cake with Bob’s Red Mill gluten free all purpose flour, it turned out better than the wheat kind ever had.

  139. Queenie74 says:

    I have everything on the list except the flours! I haven’t ventured out into those. I have just used whole wheat. I bet they have more flavor! I would love to try them! Even better to win them!

    Your blog is gorgeous! I’m going to start following you on Twitter and add you to my RSS feeds. I’d love to see you on Pinterest :)

  140. Audrey says:

    Your photography is beautiful.

  141. Rose-Marie says:

    truly different and gorgeous, the photos are inspiring, the recipes cause one to run to the kitchen and get started! just need the tasty Bob’s Red Mill flours to rev the engines.

  142. Perfect recipes for fall! Can’t wait to try some of them.

  143. H. Mark says:

    Those apple cakes look delicious! Nothing like good apples in the fall :)

  144. Kelly E. says:

    I am just now experimenting with gluten free flours and other flour alternatives. I’d love to win this! Thank you for the opportunity. :)

  145. Alicia says:

    My son (5 years old) is going to love those scones! He made ‘easy’ cheesy scones the other day at school and he keeps asking me to bake them at home, now I don’t have any excuse, and they look delightful.
    Yes please for the Bob’s Red Mill flours.

  146. I have tried several of Bob’s Red Mill flours and love them all, I would really love to try some of the gluten free options.

  147. Tiffany says:

    I would love to jump that hurdle into gluten-free baking!

  148. Tamara says:

    I’ve been following your blog, but never entered a comment before!
    Yes I would really like to win the flour, to experiment with gluten-free baking!

    Keep up the good work, love your photography!

  149. I’ve just begun the adventure of baking gluten free, and many of your recipes have gone straight on my to-try list!

  150. Unknown says:

    I’m definitely going to try this scone recipe. Thanks!

  151. Megan says:

    Got your book yesterday and couldn’t put it down.

  152. Unknown says:

    I’m definitely going to try this scone recipe. thanks!

  153. Eden says:

    I hadn’t heard of your book, but the recipes sound totally delicious and your photographs are really beautiful. The apple and cardamom cakes especially sound perfect for the fall baking I do every year — might be just the thing for the Thanksgiving table, too.

  154. Amy says:

    What a wonderful giveaway. I’ve always love Bob’s Red Mill flours. :) Your recipes are gorgeous. Love that Apple and cardamom brown butter cakes!

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

  155. My book arrived from Amazon yesterday! It is gorgeous!
    Please do enter me in Bobs GF flour give away!

  156. Looks tasty – and Bob’s is great. Thanks!

  157. Beautiful food – I’ve been enjoying trying several of your soup recipes!

  158. Nikki says:

    Bobs Red Mill GF flours are great! Thank you for the new recipes. I can’t wait to start my fall baking.

  159. eli says:

    dear…your posts and fotos are soooooo inspiring…every time i see such simple images you take masterfully makes me jump, grab my camera and take fotos!
    also i love your gluten free recipes. I am not baking with gluten at all and mostly bake with almond and coconut flour mixed with other alternative flours.
    Merci… merci… for being such an inspiration for you are passionate about!

  160. MikeVFMK says:

    Stunning recipes, Aran. You never cease to amaze me. I wish I had a seat at your table.

  161. Darcie says:

    Those recipes sound divine! I love to bake, but sadly my son is allergic to wheat and all of the GF flours are so pricey!!This is an amazing giveaway!

  162. Giulia says:

    Since the 15th is my birthday, maybe I’ll be lucky and win a box? I am curious to try more gluten free baking.

  163. JLJ says:

    The scones look beautiful and delicious. I first found your blog a few years ago when I happened upon your recipe for pumpkin and gingerbread ice cream sandwiches. That recipe is absolutely delicious and my husband thinks the ice cream tastes just like pumpkin pie. I’ve been following your blog ever since. Your amazing photos and delicious recipes inspire me to attempt more gluten free recipes. Cheers, Jacque-Lynne

  164. janetd says:

    I would love to try some of your gluten-free recipes and having a selection of gluten-free flours to use would make the task so much easier! Your recipes all look delicious! Glad I found your blog!

  165. Monica says:

    I love this blog for all of its beautiful photography and recipes. Everything you make looks delicious. I cannot wait for your book. I would love to win the flours. I recently became gluten free and miss baking so much. Your blog is very inspiring for me to try some of these recipes!

  166. Carly says:

    Wow! Would love to make those scones. Fingers crossed :)

  167. You make food look so yummy! I have been using a variety of Bob’s Red Mill products for years and love them.

  168. Suzanne says:

    Your photos are always so gorgeous. Both of the recipes sound great. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  169. Great recipes and great photos of them.

  170. Anonymous says:

    I love going to Bob’s to see all the ideas for wheat free cooking and baking. I especially love to use almond flour and the pre-mixed baking flour. Your recipes inspire me even more. Thank you for the work you do to get the ingredients together to make delicious dishes.

  171. Nina Bille says:

    I look forward of baking these delicious scone!
    Your pictures are a work of art – I could use one (all:) of them as a poster in my kitchen!

  172. cheri says:

    Beautiful pictures and what a great giveaway. I adore Bob’s flours and pretty much use them exclusively. thank you

  173. Jade says:

    I’m planning on making gluten free treat boxes for the holidays so this would definitely come in handy!

  174. What a beautiful selection of gluten-free baking. I love the colours. I use a lot of Bob’s Red Mill flours and love them. Thanks for the chance to win some.

  175. These recipes look amazing! I would love to start my baking for the Fall. Thank you for the generous giveaway.

    xo, Adriana.

  176. Siv says:

    The striped-beet and caramelized fennel tart looks absolutely beautiful!

  177. Sally says:

    I’ve had mixed success with Bob’s GF all purpose, but lots of success with others. Thanks!

  178. cheri says:

    Just ordered your book from Amazon. Can’t wait to try it.

  179. Gail says:

    I have just started using gluten-free flours and can always use some freebees…want to try both of these recipes.

  180. Beautiful photos, looks delicious and makes me ready for fall baking! dianecrubin@yahoo.com

  181. The Q says:

    Those scones sound amazing!

  182. Maayan says:

    The cakes look lovely, I love cardamon!

  183. Jeannine says:

    Thank you for posting such healthy, conscious recipes…and for all your words of wisdom…and musings, which I especially love. I admire what you do and I wish I could blog and create the beautiful things you do. I am a yoga teacher and feel so in tune with your cooking and lifestyle. I love gluten free everything and feel so much better living clean. I have passed your info onto so many people and we hope you do a book signing on Long Island!!! Thanks again so much! jeannine

  184. Caroline says:

    I’m a young celiac on a budget, so I would LOVE to be entered into this! Gluten free flours can be so expensive!! Good luck with the book launch!

  185. Shaun says:

    I’m very interested in starting to cook with GF flours, so I appreciate this opportunity (and the lovely photos)!

  186. Unknown says:

    I would LOVE to be able to bake my gluten free friend some of my famous holiday treats this year with that flour! Thanks!

  187. Unknown says:

    i would love to try out some of these recipes for my friend who is gluten free! thanks!

  188. Barbara says:

    I just boought some gluten free flour the other day for a recipe – Fish coated with quinoa flakes. I would love another box

  189. I was just looking at Bob Red Mills yesterday wondering about their gluten free products….These look so yummy and seasonally fantastic…would love to try gluten free baking…

  190. Once again, gorgeous post. Please sign me up for the flour contest ! I enjoy all of Bob Red Mill’s products.

    Kelly Turnbull

  191. lunitare says:

    I’ve yet to try gluten free baking (I have no personal need) but would love to! Especially with the upcoming holiday season I can make some fantastic goodies for *everyone* on my list!

  192. Kandi says:

    I just love the sound of the Savory Apple, Oat and Herb Scones. I think I will make these for our Family Halloween Party. This will work wonderfully for those who can’t eat wheat.

  193. OMG this looks soo good. I definately will try recipe for my Apple Party!

  194. I love your blog so much. I have been g-free for a year and feel so much better. I recently moved to the Netherlands and can’t find Bob’s Red Mill products here. I would love to win!

  195. always amazing Aran! would love to win :) Amalia (Hungary)

  196. Elizabeth says:

    Just starting GF living and these recipes make me want to try some baking! Thanks for the posts and giveaway!

  197. Elizabeth says:

    Just starting GF living and these recipes make me want to try some baking! Thanks for the posts and giveaway!

  198. Amy says:

    Oh my goodness, those scones look amazing! Lady apples are a delicious miracle each fall, lucky you to have gotten your hands on such beautiful ones.

  199. Alison says:

    I LOVE Bob’s Red Mill products!

    alisonDblanchard [at] yahoo [dot] com

  200. lilmuy says:

    now that i have gestational diabetes, i need to branch out into other whole grainy things. thanks!

  201. Seanna Lea says:

    I love the Bob’s flours. I first found them when I was first making macaron (almond flour and later hazelnut flour). I’m still experimenting with gluten free cooking, so flour is always appreciated!

  202. Kathy says:

    I just received your cookbook in the mail yesterday. It is so beautiful and inspiring! I would love to win the Bob’s Red Mill flour products. And I am looking forward to trying the new recipes

  203. Apple Annie says:

    Last summer I had savory scones with soup. Since then I have been keeping a lookout for such recipes and appreciate that you have shared yours here. Thank you I look forward to giving it a try.

  204. Truc says:

    Can’t wait to read your cookbook and your pictures are gorgeous, as usual!

  205. ixoj says:

    Hurrah for Bob’s! Fingers crossed!

  206. Alexandra says:

    Your book just arrived on Friday and I’ve spent the whole time reading, admiring and enjoying it. I already ordered supefine rice flour and have all the others in the pantry. You did such an AMAZING job in everything: from the recipes, to the writing and photographing. You’re a superb artist with a lovely “voice” and an incredible palate. Plus, I love you don’t add xantan gum into everything! When r u coming to NYC?

  207. GAELLE says:

    I know very well that you can’t ship so far away, but that doesn’t stop me from commenting on yet another beautiful post, with all that we are craving right now,like the apples, the squash, the soups & some small cakes…

  208. Gail Lloyd says:

    What a wonderful giveaway! I have been so interested in trying a gluten free lifestyle. I would so appreciate being the winner! Your blog is my inspiration.

  209. I love Bob’s Red Mill products! Every one of them that I’ve tried so far is great!

  210. Those cakes look wonderful! I have always wanted to try baking with cardamom. I also love Bob’s Red Mill products though I have never tired gf baking.

  211. jknapp00 says:

    It all looks so delicious! I gave up gluten at the beginning of the year and have not really tried using any GF flours to bake with or anything. I am really craving pumpkin scones lately, though. Must try to learn to bake GF.

  212. Kari S. says:

    Don’t know if I should bake the scones or the cakes first. They both look amazing and autumny!

  213. My husband has recently been told to follow a gluten-free diet. It’s something we were dabbling in before but now jump whole-heartedly into. This flour would be wonderful to try! Can’t wait to try recipes from your beautiful book.

  214. Becky says:

    Been thinking about getting in the kitchen to bake chicken pot pies since that is a fall/winter dish my family loves. But your oat scones defintely are a must try! Most scones I make are of the sweet variety for breakfast. Love Red Mill products!

  215. Neshama says:

    Please know that I look forward to your musings and recipes. You inspire creativity in the kitchen for me, and I’m sure for many many others. Not only your creativity, but your personality comes through in each of your sharings with us, your readers (devotees). And now especially that you are focusing on no-gluten baking, I am more energized. I am being very sincere in telling you this. I just fell in love with your pistachio-lemon-poppy seed muffins. I turned the muffin batter into a mini loaf and enjoy it with coffee in the mornings. You are truly gifted and very inspiring. Thank you, thank you.

  216. ValHalla says:

    Bob’s products are great. Although I am not gluten-intolerant, I love to bake with almond flour for the taste and texture. Could wheat flour be substituted for the rice flour in an equal amount?

  217. Kate S. says:

    Your photographs are so beautiful and inspire me to try your gluten-free recipes. I would love to win the Bob’s Red Mill giveaway! I can’t wait to see your gorgeous book as well – congratulations!

  218. Emily Topham says:

    What a fun giveaway. I will definitely try these scones, they look fantastic!!

  219. Meghan P. says:

    I found out just a month ago about my gluten intolerance. it has definitely been a speed bump in my cooking and baking routine, but I’m slowly learning! your recipes have always been an inspiration, even before I was gluten-free! this is a great giveaway!


  220. Ansley Sawyer says:

    Thank you so much for this blog post! I’ve seen the cover of your book for some time now (result of obsessively paging through your recipes), and of course I never thought of making it individual sized!
    It’s always inspiring to see the ways vegan baking chemistry can work. Thanks again for showing us how beautiful it can be!
    Ansley Sawyer

  221. Jackie says:

    The photos are gorgeous! I would love to try the savory scones, what a great idea for fall apples. Thanks for the fantastic recipes!

  222. Alicyn says:

    What a fun give-away!…Would be awesome to win this!! Your food looks wonderful :)

  223. ErikaKay says:

    Thank you both for the great offer!!! I would love to try out some autumn recipes with some new non-gluten flours!!!

  224. Juliet says:

    It all looks so delicious! I can’t wait to try the recipes!

    Juliet P

  225. KAM says:

    Oh what deliciousness in both of these recipes. On my way to gather the pieces I am missing…grandchildren here tomorrow after school, before gymnastics…and I just got four lugs of apples to process. Thanks as always for your great photos, wonderful recipes and now this fantastic giveaway.
    Kristin Freeman

  226. Claire says:

    I discovered your website few days ago and already I love it. Thank your for these recipes and this giveaway. Apple and cardamom brown butter cakes seems delicious ! I will try co cook it next week
    Thanks again !

  227. These recipes look delicious. Thanks for the giveaway. Fingers crossed!

  228. These recipes look delicious. Thanks for the giveaway! Fingers crossed

  229. Irene says:

    Awesome, thank you! I would love to learn how to bake more g-free!

  230. J.Y.C. says:

    i’ve never tried gluten-free baking, but would love to start!

  231. I would love to try the flour! I have been looking for a good gluten free flour, this would be great! Thanks!!

  232. Angela says:

    I’d love to try more of your gluten-free recipes. They always look so beautiful and delicious!

  233. mbw says:

    I would love to try more of the recipes with Bob’s Red Mill products. Thank you!

  234. Misty says:

    Cool pics and giveaway!!! THANK YOU!

  235. Ray says:

    Oh Wow! What a tasty looking recipe & great pictures too! I’ll have to make these for my family this weekend! We enjoy using Bob’s products – thanks for the giveaway!

  236. Tiffany says:

    I can’t wait to try them both and thanks for the giveaway!

  237. Sarah says:

    Love any new way to use apples! Those scones look amazing. AND, we’re just starting a switch to gluten free for my 4 year old daughter.

  238. scubafan says:

    Bob’s flours are the best!

  239. Lexy Zimba says:

    I am going to make these Brown Butter Cakes for my mom’s birthday. The gluten free flours would be a great addition to my kitchen!

  240. Lexy Zimba says:

    I am going to make these Brown Butter Cakes for my mom’s birthday. The gluten free flours would be a great addition to my kitchen!

  241. Aran,

    i don`t know how you do it all.. you are some sort of creative superwoman to me!!

    what a pleasure to read your blog, time and time again..

    thanks for being around!

  242. Love these recipes espacially the scones!!! Love savory scones, these are always a hit!!!! I know I already told you, but i’m so thrilled to see your book!

  243. Hettar7 says:

    I love Bobs Red Mill. and I love Scones. … and I love your photography!

  244. The recipes look divine! I can’t wait to try them out! Shawn

  245. dredcrane says:

    Thank you thank you thank you! You have the MOST inspiring recipes that I’ve ever seen. My 4 yr. old loves cookind and baking with me and your recipes are the one’s we like the most. Especially the red beet and poppy seed muffins! Can’t wait for your book!

  246. Anonymous says:

    Hi aran,
    I just wanted to tell you that your blog is my favorite! your lifestyle has influnced me so much. I’m still in school but i hope that on day i can be like you! I adore your blog! thank you so much!
    love RJ

    ps cant wait for the cookbook!

  247. Sandi says:

    I just found your beautiful blog via Tracey at French Larkspur and I am glad I did. Gorgeous!! Please enter me in your amazing flour giveaway! Would love to try it! :)

  248. Hiker says:

    Would love to win anything from Bob’s Red Mill. Being gluten free is such a challenge and we need all the help we can get! Thanks Bob’s Mill and thanks Aran!

  249. Helen F says:

    I am so excited about the chance to win some of Bob Red Mill’s Flours. I have been GF for a long time but I am just now getting into doing some baking from scratch. Thank you so much for the chance to win. :)

  250. molly says:

    can’t wait to try them!

  251. sam says:

    My dad is gluten-intolerant and I would love to surprise him with some fall treats. Thanks!

  252. Shasha says:

    I love using Bob Mills flours! But usually so expensive…especially the almond flour. Great idea with the scones packed with so many goodies!

  253. Brie says:

    Thank you for these lovely recipes, I enjoy your blog from all the way over in Australia (which is too far to send flour) but thank you for the wonderful recipes anyway!

  254. I have been eyeing Bob’s Red Mill gluten free flours longingly for a while now… this would be the best way to jump into gluten free baking!

  255. R Y says:

    I’d love to try gluten-free baking!

  256. Bob’s Red Mill GF Flour is the only kind I use. I don’t know what I would do without it!

  257. Sunflower says:

    Oh my! It would be such a dream to win this! Thanks for the giveaway! :) The recipes look perfectly amazing- especially since the scones are added starch free!!! I’m so excited!

  258. jstrnad says:

    After having taken a break from baking, really feeling inspired by autumn to get back into some gluten-free ideas and comforting soups. Can’t wait to try out the scones!

  259. I love your gluten free recipes. Having gluten upsets me so this contest is so bomb!



  260. Gail Lloyd says:

    What a great giveaway! I have been wanting to give the gluten free lifestyle a try, and this is just what i need. Your blog is my inspiration.

  261. Gail Lloyd says:

    What a great giveaway! I have been wanting to give the gluten free lifestyle a try, and this is just what i need. Your blog is my inspiration.

  262. Gail Lloyd says:

    What a great giveaway! I have been wanting to try a gluten free lifestyle, this is just what I need! Your blog is my inspiration.

  263. Wow! Pinning this so I can make them later when my husband comes home!! : ) Thanks!

  264. Heather A says:

    I am very eager to try gluten free flours. So many of the recipes I see call for more than one kind of flour that isn’t what I have and I hesitate to buy a bunch of different kinds unless I’ll be able to use them in a multitude of ways and often. Some test flours would be MOST welcome.

  265. Joyce says:

    Wow! A box full of gluten-free flour would be an exciting thing to have in the kitchen. Time to bake some healthy versions of goodies. :)

  266. Your pictures are absolutely gorgeous and the recipes sound so good – just found your blog this evening. I’m going to have to buy your cookbook as I’ve been wanting to go gluten-free but just haven’t put the time into looking into recipes. Thanks so much!

  267. Yolanda Arroniz says:

    My son has a health problem and I’m trying to incorporate a gluten free diet into our lives to see if there is a change in his condition. Thank you for these wonderful recipes and pictures.

  268. Yolanda Arroniz says:

    Oops, I forgot to add my email…yacar@hotmail.com

  269. sweet life says:

    can’t wait to try the savory scone! I’m always a fun for Bob’s products.

  270. muscade says:

    Original giveaway! I’m in :-).
    Gorgeous pictures and recipes as usual!

  271. Nathan says:

    Love the print on that china!

  272. cjkuehl says:

    Those tarts are beautiful! And the scones are now on my weekend baking list! Can’t wait to try them:)

  273. cjkuehl says:

    Those tarts are beautiful and the scones are now on my weekend baking list! They sound delicious. I can’t wait to try them!

  274. Jenifer says:

    These recipes sound delicious. I’m especially excited about the fennel and the striped beet tarts because I have both of those in my garden now! I’m looking forward to experimenting with them.

  275. Cate says:

    Yay for Bob’s! I love that even standard grocery stores are carrying his products these days… it’s getting easier to find gf stuff when I’m on vacation :)

  276. Those apple cakes look delicious, like everything else on your website. Talking of your site: it is by far the most beautiful site out there!

  277. Allison says:

    I just found out that I am sensitive to gluten, and am trying to figure out how to adapt recipes to be GF. Would love to try these flours out! Thanks!

  278. Allison says:

    I just recently figured out I’m sensitive to gluten and would love to try these flours! Thanks!

  279. Dana says:

    The apple cakes sound super yummy. On the to do list for the weekend hopefully with some heirloom apples from the farmers’ marker.

  280. Amanda says:

    Lovely images. Delicious scones. Perfect for afternoon tea. Thanks for sharing.

  281. Amanda says:

    Lovely photos. Delicious scones. Look perfect for afternoon tea. Thanks for sharing.

  282. Marte says:

    The tarts look wonderful!
    I love baking apple wedges with brown sugar and cinnamon, for my almond meal french toast with goat cheese, pecans and honey. Such a simple and hearty, yet healthy breakfast.

  283. katie says:

    I love your blog… and I eat gluten free… and I LOVE BOB! I hope I win! :)

  284. Linda M says:

    Hi Aran, Signed up to come and say hi at your book signing next Thursday, looking forward to meeting you! I’ve been using using these flours for a while, delicious and high quality. Thanks for the give away. See you next week!

  285. Anonymous says:

    What a great opportunity for more baking! Our home has been baking gluten-free for three years now. Can’t wait to see your new book!

  286. Piper says:

    I can’t wait to try these apple cakes – sweet, seasonal and simple! As my (now) husband has a gluten sensitivity, I’m always looking for recipes that keep food fun! Thanks, Aran!

  287. Oooh! What an amazing give-away! And all of the recipes on the post look fantastic. =)

  288. Mariann says:

    Congrats on your book ! I love, love Bob Mill products.
    The recipes look awesome, can’t wait to try them !

  289. Sheila says:

    Bring on the gluten-free experiments!!! Love Bob’s.

  290. Marie G says:

    I would love to try some more gluten free baking. I’m an amateur, so I need help. You’re recipes and photos are beautiful.

  291. Claire says:

    Your pictures are always so naturally stunning! And I love Bob’s Red Mill – very loyal to that brand.

  292. your book looks beautiful can’t wait to check it out. i’d love these flours to test out your apple and cardamom brown butter cakes.

  293. Megan says:

    Thank you so much for the awesome giveaway! I’ve never used these flours but they look like they work very well!

    meganlovesgiveaways at gmail.com

  294. Anonymous says:

    Hi, I am new to the blog and to baking. Could you pls suggest the most basic items I should have? For example, should I buy a food processor or a stand mixer? What mods should I get? Thanks

  295. Qinggy says:

    I love your blog, even though I don’t bake with gluten free products. Your photos are clean and professional, and your recipes are inspiring.

  296. Jennie says:

    Yay (!) for fantastic gluten free recipes and this give-away. Bob’s products always seem to find their way into my grocery cart

  297. Elise says:

    I’ve tried other Bob’s Red Mill products, but never the gluten free flours. I’m sure they are just as great as the other types though!

  298. renata says:

    You are very inspiring and making me very hungry right now! I think I will have to whip up some of these for breakfast! Thanks for sharing!

  299. Who wouldn’t love a box of goodies from Bob’s?! I be hard pressed to find someone!

  300. Saturday says:

    I’ve been trying to avoid gluten as best I can the last few years, but never really got into baking. Maybe this will help me to branch out of dinner into dessert!

  301. Elisa says:

    I have my book pre-ordered. can’t wait to bake. My mother-in-law is here visiting from Croatia and she has been cooking lots of soups. Butternut squash has become my favorite vegetable!

  302. S. says:

    I cannot wait to make those scones!!

  303. SunnyFaye says:

    Oh wow – stunning photos (but of course!) and those recipes have me itching to get into the kitchen – even at this time of night! Have been having a hard time finding Bob’s products since we moved – would be GREAT to win. *hope hope*

  304. Elena V says:

    Thank you for the generous giveaway! I’ve been gluten-free for three months now and loving it. I feel sooo much better and have much more energy in the mornings.

    Elena V
    lifesdeepcolors at hotmail dot com

  305. Susan B. says:

    thank you for the chance to win!

  306. Susan B. says:

    thank you for the chance to win!!!

  307. Jessi says:

    I never win these things. But this would be a great first win.

  308. Jessi says:

    I never win these things. Let us hope my luck changes.

  309. deb g says:

    Love your blog and the photos are always so beautiful. Because I have a thyroid issue, my nutritionist encouraged me to avoid gluten. These recipes are so lovely, I can’t wait to try them myself. Debbie Gustafson

  310. Joellen says:

    Yum. Just used some sorghum flour this morning for a new muffin recipe…would love some new flours to play with!

  311. Jason Rist says:

    I love your blog, your photos, and Bob’s!

  312. helena says:

    LOVE bob’s gf flours! so great for so many things! <3

  313. Love Bobs red mill, and love millet flour! so happy to find another yummy looking recipe that calls for it

  314. Love millet and love Bob’s! so happy to find recipes with both!

  315. I just love your blog. I always find inspiration here…color, form, word, food. Thank you. And thanks to the nice folks over at Bob’s Red Mill…as a vegan pastry chef, I often get asked about different flours and have always wanted to try more of the ones they offer.

    Many of my gluten-free baked goods are better than conventional! I will put my gf chocolate chip cookies in a taste test with anyone’s, and mine will win!

  316. Jessica says:

    Great Giveaway! I have twin boys allergic to gluten, dairy, and soy in addition to 2 older boys in our gf/df/sf household which I am constantly cooking for so this giveaway would be incredibly useful!

    I hope I get the opportunity to win! Your food looks gorgeous I must say!


  317. Agnes says:

    I love scones and would definitely try this recipe. Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway.

  318. Stacey says:

    I received your stunning book in the mail two days ago and I am thrilled with the gorgeous layout and pictures. It is outstanding! I cant wait to get in the kitchen and try these. What a gracious giveaway!

  319. Anonymous says:

    Even if allergy-free, why restrict oneself to wheat when so many delectable alternatives exist? Thx for the fabulous recipes!

  320. Nicole P says:

    I am so excited for your book. Your blog, photos and recipes are inspiring.

  321. Nicole B. says:

    Can’t wait to get my hands on your book! So excited it will be at Anthropologie.

  322. Sarah says:

    I’m so excited for the fall and baking lots and lots. I love the recipe ideas!

  323. Just received your book in the mail yesterday!! can’t wait to dive right in!! would love to have some Bob’s Red Mill gluten free flours!!! I can’t always find a good variety near me.
    thank you

  324. Dianna says:

    I love Bob Red Mill products, but your recipes have taken it to a whole new level. I can’t wait to try my hand at making those scones!

  325. Andrea Wan says:

    I’d love to try some gluten free baking!

  326. lulou23@hotmail.com says:

    With family members that just started living gluten free I need to start testing some gluten free desserts for the holidays. Will definitely look to Bob’s Red Mill and these delicious recipes.

  327. Laura S. says:

    Bob’s Red Mill has amazing products! Would love to experiment with these recipes.

  328. MLB says:

    I’ve recently developed a sensitivity to gluten, and your recipes have been a life (and flavor) saver!

  329. wonderful! at some point i would love to know more about what flours give what effects to doughs..(pastry dough..) beyond taste. :)

  330. Noella says:

    I am always looking for different ways to use beets. The tart just looks so beautiful. Your photography is also inspiring.

  331. Everything looks too beautiful to eat! Thanks for the giveaway, Aran :)

  332. Wow, what an absolutely stunning post!!! Your photography is just gorgeous…so brilliantly composed and enticingly plated… I bake a lot with Bob’s Red Mill mixes, thanks for the giveaway and congratulations on your new book!

  333. I can’t wait to try the Apple and cardamom brown butter cakes recipe! Yum!!

  334. I’d love to be entered! My mom’s trying gluten-free at the moment. Thank you!

  335. Btw, what was the recipe at the beginning of this post? Were those beet tarts? Thanks!

  336. How can we not be inspired by such gorgeous recipes ? I totally love the apple muffins, they’re incredible ! Automn makes me want to cook even more than usual, thanks for all of this.

  337. Ivana says:

    This is really great blog so many good recipes you have, all best !
    Alsano Beauty Osijek

  338. AndreiaV says:

    Apples and cardamon – so delicious:D
    I love it!

  339. Barbara says:

    I love Bob’s Red Mill so so so much! Thanks for the giveaway!

  340. G says:

    These look divine – they you for the recipe as I think I’ll makes some this Saturday and thank you for the huge giveaway!

  341. Unknown says:

    Aran, just received your cookbook from Amazon yesterday. It is so beautiful and I can’t wait to try every recipe!

  342. Unknown says:

    Aran, just received your cookbook from Amazon yesterday. It looks so beautiful and I can’t wait to try all the recipes!

  343. Oh I bookmarked those scones! It looks like something I’d like to make soon. Thanks.

  344. Can’t wait to make those scones, Aran. And thank you for doing the giveaway.

  345. Darlene says:

    I’d like to start experimenting with gluten free baking! Love your site too, I can always tell what pictures are yours from all the others. dar@c4.net

  346. Ania K says:

    All of your recipes always come out looking so divine. Thank you for doing this giveaway!

  347. Emma Slipp says:

    I just bought your book from Amazon last week and its been lost for a few days at the mail sorting facility… I am getting so impatient to receive it! I look forward to cooking from it!!

  348. Pretty photos and yummy food! Thank you for posting and for the chance to win flour!

    And, I love all your spoons? Where are those from?

  349. Yay! Excellent giveaway! I would love to snag this one :)

  350. Laura says:

    I have been thinking of all the wonderful things I could make with apples and pears, so thanks for more inspiration.

  351. Samantha Christensen says:

    Oven is preheating, butter is browning and there is the seducing aroma of earthy cardamom and sweet, sticky vanilla. Your apple and cardamom brown butter cakes are just what I want (need!) right now.

  352. JeanineD says:

    Your recipes are such an inspiration, as is your breathtaking photography. I have been GF for several years now, and although I’ve had no issues cooking GF, it is very easy to fall into a rut. Will try these for a change.

  353. Those apple and cardamom brown butter cakes look amazing!

  354. Margo says:

    I can’t wait to make those scones. They look delicious. Thanks for sharing such a generous giveaway. I love Bob’s Red Mill!

  355. dee says:

    Only just found your blog! Love it! Can’t wait to try your recipes! Yum!

  356. Pooch says:

    Love baking with bobs products, actually just ate a bowl of oats and plan on making an apple cake this weekend :)

  357. Pooch says:

    love baking with bobs products, just ate a bowl of oats for breakfast and I plan on baking an apple cake this weekend.

  358. Unknown says:

    These both look delicious and perfect for fall. Just the thing to bake on my day off tomorrow!

  359. valerie s. says:

    Always looking for savory gf recipes, the scones sound great, nice with autumn soups. The apple cakes are so pretty! I’ll try these too. Really enjoy your recipes.

  360. Vanessa says:

    Your photos are absolutely beautiful! I’m always in awe of your work with every post! What an inspiration to get in the kitchen and create some comforting fall baked goods! I just recently started experimenting with gluten free recipes, we have no allergies in our home but I love to bake and am looking for healthier alternatives for my 2 little ones! Thanks so much for all the delicious recipes!


  361. I love the photo of apples in blue bowls with two different patterns, and the crocheted pot blue pot holder in another picture. So homey.

  362. Susan says:

    I began experimenting with gluten-free baking as a way to provide treats for a few sensitive friends.

    I’ve come to appreciate the flavors and textures and no longer think of them as compromises– they are simply new ingredients!

  363. Meg says:

    Oo! A trial of different Bob Red Mill products might be what I need to get my husband on board with eating less gluten. I have IBS and he’s not exactly convinced when I eat gluten-free I feel better.

    Love the pictures as always

  364. Cheryl says:

    I have used Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Oats. They are wonderful! Just read about your blog in Whole Living Magazine for October. Loved the article. Your children are adorable and your recipes sound delicious. Can’t wait to try them. Look forward to reading your blog each day. Thanks for the give-a-way.

  365. Lovely giveaway! Thanks BRM. I’ve been wanted to try scones for awhile. This looks like a great starting place.


  366. Sylvie tortorelli says:

    Love Bob’s…even more since seeing the great way he “treated” his employees upon retirement. Please enter me in the draw. Thanks.

  367. Julia says:

    Everything looks amazing and what a fun opportunity to share the gluten-free baking love! I have wanted to test my hand at more advanced recipes, so this would be a fun opportunity. Let us know what’s in them if you can–even if I’m not chosen, I’d love to know!

  368. Emawalliser@yahoo.com says:

    My son has been diagnosed with celiac disease a year ago and thanks to you I discovered a whole new way of baking and I can now make sure he’s never frustrated…we’ll be travelling in the states very soon and I would love to try this flour:-)

  369. Kristen says:

    After reading last month’s Whole Living magazine, I purchased your book on Amazon today! So excited to start my GF journey and Bob’s Mill’s products are a great place to start! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  370. elizabeth@shoptwig.com says:

    Would love to win a set of Bob’s Red Mill flours! As you know I just received your book and am ready to start experimenting. Thank you!

  371. arlene de says:

    I’m so happy to have found your blog by reading Martha Stewart’s blog who featured a link to your blog. I am new to gluten-free recipes and am thrilled to try yours. I just picked 3 dozen apples a few days ago in NJ and can’t wait to try to Roasted Apple tart for a party this weekend.

  372. Anonymous says:


  373. jordiw says:

    I love the combination of apples and cardamom. I just pinterested that recipe so I will know where it is when I want to make it, oh yum and I would so love to try the gluten free products for my friend who just discovered his allergy and is all moped out about it because he loves bread etc.

  374. Katherine says:

    I love bob red mill’s! My favorite is coconut flour!

    katherinedibello (at) gmail (dot) com

  375. Stephanie F. says:

    Looks great–as always! Definitely going to try some of these recipes out at home.

  376. Kai says:


    I’m SO happy I discovered your blog. Your writing is like a balm, and your photography makes me realize how beautiful the world is, over and over again. I love seeing the progression of your recipes – from the multi-part complicated pastries of past years to the more down-to-earth, accessible and delicious things you feed your family (and us!) these days. Thank you so much!


  377. Jessica says:

    one of my coworkers doesn’t eat gluten and she would love this!

    jessicarwarfield at gmail dot com

  378. Unknown says:

    I love Bob’s Red Mill products! I’ve been dabbling in GF baking and their products are so easy to use. Can’t wait to get a copy of your book! Thanks for being a source of inspiration.

  379. Donna Mott says:

    Beautiful work, Aran. Thank you for sharing your gift of cooking gluten-free. I look forward to reading your upcoming book.

  380. I am so excited to have found you! What a lovely giveaway and a beautiful blog.


  381. I am so excited to have found you! What a lovely giveaway and a beautiful blog.


  382. memightymo says:

    I would love to try some of your recipes using these specialty flours. Keep the recipes coming!

  383. memightymo says:

    I would like to try baking with these flours. I look forward to reading your new book, Aran. Thank you.

  384. Melinda says:

    I usually don’t leave comments as I’m more of the quiet come and admire kind of fan but this giveaway is just too tempting NOT to leave a comment!

    P.S. The fennel tart looks amazing!

  385. Knockacheo says:

    I collect apple recipes because we have started a small heirloom apple orchard. I am excited to try baking these with some of our fall bounty AND because my brother recently went gluten free to help his severe psoriasis. The diet is helping him, but we are all learning how to cook and bake gluten free. I am happy when I can find something delicious to make that he can enjoy too. Thank you!

  386. Knockacheo says:

    I collect apple recipes because we have started a small heirloom apple orchard. I am excited to try baking these with some of our fall bounty AND because my brother recently went gluten free to help his severe psoriasis. The diet is helping him, but we are all learning how to cook and bake gluten free. I am happy when I can find something delicious to make that he can enjoy too. Thank you!

  387. Sara says:

    I never used Bobs Red Mill GF flours but I will like to try.


  388. Marianne says:

    Just got my delivery of 3 books. So excited and can’t wait to get reading and baking. The book is just beautiful. Ordered one for my daughter who will be taking prof. gluten free baking classes. Saving the third for a friend.

  389. Kelly says:

    Oh…..I am SO SO happy to have found your blog through French Lakespur. I’ve been GF for 2 years and I can’t wait to sift through your blog!!! Gorgeous…

  390. Meghan says:

    I would love love LOVE to win! I am learning to bake g-free!

  391. Jean says:

    Looking forward to doing some baking.

  392. Melinda says:

    Those recipes look so yummy. I can’t wait to try one!

  393. Anonymous says:

    Photos are incredibly yummy!

  394. Cheryl says:

    Would love to win! My son-in-law has celiac.

  395. Heather says:

    Oh this is awesome. Everything in this post looks so yummy. My daughter is gluten free and it would be awesome to win :)

  396. Erin says:

    What a generous giveaway! Your recipes always look absolutely gorgeous–thank you for being inspiring! (:

  397. Anonymous says:

    Your recipes look absolutely wonderful! I would love to win the flours.

  398. I love my baking and have been mostly gluten free for a while but am now going completely gluten free and could do with something to boost my motivation and continue experimenting. Always get so much inspiration from you blog and end up with much yummyness. Thank you!

  399. I love my baking and have been mostly gluten free for a while but am now going completely gluten free and could do with something to boost my motivation and continue experimenting. Always get so much inspiration from you blog and end up with much yummyness. Thank you!

  400. I love my baking and have been mostly gluten free for a while but am now going completely gluten free and could do with something to boost my motivation and continue experimenting. Always get so much inspiration from you blog and end up with much yummyness. Thank you!

  401. Everything looks so good! Your photographs are so beautiful. I’ll have to try those scones. I’m still trying to figure out gluten free baking.

  402. Love the Bob’s gluten free oats. As does my little one. Always so impressed with your photos. If only I could get the courage to bake.

  403. Anonymous says:

    My husband is celiac, so we eat gluten-free, & Bob’s Red Mill has been so helpful. I would love to win a box of GF flours! – Marivene

  404. Grace says:

    Bob’s Red Mill! I only know their oatmeal and flaxseed. Can’t wait to try their flour with your recipe.

  405. Camille says:

    Yum! I love savory scones!

  406. These recipes all look delicious!

  407. Ben says:

    The pics & the recipes look amazing. Good job! The Bob’s Red Mill contest is an added bonus. Oh, the healthy goodness I would create.

  408. laylasays says:

    Wonderful and so inspirational!

  409. Teresa says:

    This would be great! Thank you for entering me.

  410. Pop says:

    Oh my what a beautiful blog. Any chance you could give me the name of the blue and white dishes? Recipes look fabulous. Going back to look at past posts now. Thank you! Holly

  411. My daughter and I love to bake and have been experimenting with some of the different flours. Thank you for the recipes – everything looks so delicious!

  412. Amy says:

    Thanks for the giveaway. Your pictures are beautiful!
    brian amy 10 at hotmail dot com

  413. exquisit says:

    Absolutly delicious!!!!

  414. Anonymous says:

    Your recipes look amazing! We love Bob’s at our home! I usually order it from Vitacost, but would love to win. : ) Thanks for the opportunity!


  415. Caitlin says:

    Those apple and cardamom cakes sound amazing! I’ve been thinking about switching to gluten-free for a while, but all the different flours scare me a little…

  416. Jos says:

    i love the photography on your blog…such beautiful light!

  417. Lori says:

    Your photos and posts always put me in the mood to bake. I love baking and I am just starting with gluten free. Thanks for the beautiful pictures, always, and for this give away and to Bob’s for the product, love their stuff.

  418. Anonymous says:

    So lovely! Thank you for this opportunity! And best wishes for the success of your book!! Kas

  419. Celia says:

    These pictures are lovely, I would really like to experiment with the gluten free flours, my good friend is gluten intolerant and when I went to bake for her I got major sticker shock.

  420. Lyn M. says:

    The lady apples are beautiful! Remind of a beautiful quilt!
    Gluten free! Can’t wait to try the recipes! Thank you for sharing! You are the best!

  421. -b says:

    Oh, I am so happy to have found your site! My son was just diagnosed with Celiac, so I am learning a new way of cooking. I would love to try some of Bob’s gluten free flours.These apple recipes are gorgeous. Can’t wait to make them.

  422. Thank you for your truly lovely blog! I am the mother of 6 children, 4 of which are gluten free! We daily gain inspiration from your blog…thank you!

  423. I read your article in whole living and found your blog this way. Love the name. Cannelle et vanille are my two favorite ingredients.

    We share the same auto-immune disease, Hashimoto. It took 25 years to finally find out. Trop long!

    I avoid grains in all form and I hope to find recipes with coconut flour on your blog.

  424. Alice says:

    Please pick meee, I’d love to try out new flours as I’m fairly new to the allergen world! >.

  425. Bonnie Klatt says:

    I love scones, and your recipes are delightfully tempting! Being sensitive to gluten (esp wheat), I would love the opportunity to experiment with Bob’s Red Mill gluten free flours. I use some of his other products, but never tried the flours. Thanks for this give-away opportunity and best wishes with your new book!

  426. Jenna Z says:

    That top photo is just astounding. They look like tiny gallettes, so dainty.

  427. Virginia says:

    Thank goodness for Bob’s Red Mill. I’m enjoying your blog even more now that the recipes are gluten-free. Beautiful and delicious.

  428. Eva says:

    Lovely! Whatever would we do with Bob’s Red Mill?

  429. Athena says:

    Those scones look amazing. I’m on a mission to find lady apples, they are so cute (I don’t blame Miren for taking some to school for show and tell!). Thanks so much for the giveaway, I love Bob’s almond flour for macarons :)

  430. zinny says:

    Yummy, beautiful things created during the most yummy and beautiful time of year. Cheers to jumping through leaf piles!!!!

  431. These recipe look amazing and perfect for cooler fall weather. I’m going to make the scones for a belated Canadian Thanksgiving dinner this weekend.

  432. Lupie Loo says:

    These recipes look delicious, and this give away is pretty awesome. Thank you for both! Can’t wait to make the scones for my mom!

  433. alice2 says:

    nice! definitely the season to be baking.

  434. Heather says:

    Thanks for the great giveaway! I love Bob’s Red Mill. I really enjoy your lovely blog and inspired recipes!

  435. Sophie says:

    wow this is awesome! thank you :)

  436. JWong says:

    Lovely photos, as usual! I would love to try those scones!

  437. Irene says:

    Oh, I would love to win this giveaway. The recipe is fantastic. Thank you and many greetings from Vienna!

  438. Thank you for these lovely recipes along with the great giveaway. Thanks for the chance.

  439. Thank you for these lovely recipes along with such a great giveaway. Thanks for the chance!

  440. Apple oat and herb scones on my weekend to-do list!

  441. Rinksters says:

    Beautiful and so inspiring!

  442. TanyaV says:

    I would love these flours! Your photos are amazing, by the way :)

  443. Violette says:

    A bounty of exciting things to make. I am especially looking forward to the Apple, Oats and Herb Scones.

    These are beautiful uplifting images and delightful photographs.

  444. I love Bob’s Red Mill! Would love to win.

  445. Misa says:

    Your pictures are gorgeous! And match your beautiful recipes!! I’ve been wanting to try more gluten-free baking, and these recipes are a perfect start – thank you! Looking forward to more :)

  446. Cera says:

    I love lady apples. We have several trees growing at our house and I look forward to them every year.

  447. Heather says:

    Bob’s Red Mill is one of my favorite companies!! what lovely recipes to use his products with.

  448. Mary says:

    Wonderful. Thanks! Your work is very inspiring.

  449. Oh! I’ve been making a apple cinnamon toastie with this flour!

  450. Sara says:

    I just love your blog, I have tried some of your recipes. Love that they don’t have that “gluten-free” taste to them. My family didn’t even realize they were eating gluten free dessert last night

  451. ej says:

    love that there are chia seeds in the scones! sounds like a fantastic fall treat!

  452. What a treasure trove of flours you have…thank you so much for this opportunity to win! With Fall/Winter approaching, I can’t wait to get baking!!!

    Ginger cookies have been on my list lately and these flours would be fantastic to try!! I’m trying to switch my family over to GF!

    Thank you!!

  453. Emily says:

    This is such a beautiful post. The scones are so pretty and I can’t wait to use my farmers’ market apples to make those wonderful apple cakes!

    Thank you, as always, for your splendid photography and delicious recipes.

  454. Nina says:

    Ohmygosh! The savory apple, herb, and oat scones look positively divine! Would love to try Bob’s Mill GF flour to whip up some deliciousness like that!

  455. Mariam says:

    Such delicious looking recipes! I’ll be trying the scones next weekend. Thanks for sharing!

  456. Holly says:

    I would love to win gluten free flour. I have just found out that my son needs to start a gluten free diet, and I need to read your book for ideas. Thanks for your great recipes on your blog.

  457. Marianne says:

    Thanks for sharing these recipes. I can’t wait to try them! Looking forward to getting my hands on your book.

  458. Sherri says:

    I love scones and the apple, oat, and herb sound so good. I would love to make these for my gluten-free friends and family.

  459. meredith m says:

    your squash and leek soup recipe looks amazing and perfect for fall!!
    Thanks for hosting a fun gluten free giveaway!
    mermont84 at yahoo.com

  460. you had me at apple herb scone…before I realized these were already GF recipes, that I won’t have to convert your recipe was icing on the gluten free cake.

  461. Marielle says:

    My family just started experimenting with gluten free recipes this year! Love Bob’s Red Mill, thanks for the giveaway.

  462. I’d love to win a box of Bob’s Red Mill GF flours! I have been experimenting with gluten-free flours for baking, and Bob’s Red Mill is the ONLY brand I seek out! I have their GF-AP flour, quinoa flour, tapioca flour, brown rice flour, ‘sweet’ sorghum flour, buckwheat flour, almond flour. I would LOVE to try the rest of their line! I hope I win, I hope I win!!! Coincidentally, I just made a Breton-style Buckwheat Apple Muffin the other day that I will post soon on my blog :) Of course, I used Bob’s Red Mill buckwheat flour :) I am such a big fan of them and YOU!

  463. Looking forward to making those scones! Yummy!

  464. Lovely recipes. Look scrumptious. Pics are amazing!

  465. KELLY says:

    I love your idea of gluten-free baking, and I hope you will continue to post recipes with this lifestyle in mind.

    Thank you for your glorious pictures, inspiring words and generous heart.


  466. What a great prize! I’d love to try it out.

  467. Stephanie says:

    Beautiful! Thank you!

  468. Ari says:

    Your photography and recipes always inspire me to get going in the kitchen. You are truly talented and admire your adventures in baking and cooking! Would love the opportunity to bake with those flours!

  469. mkirsch says:

    Thank you I would love to win!

  470. ME says:

    Thanks for the opportunity to win. Your photos are beautiful and recipes so unique. Looking forward to trying the apple cakes.

  471. Aimee says:

    I love Bob’s Red Mill flours! We are gluten free and use his flours all the time for our baking.

    Side note but your photography is so gorgeous. I want to decorate my house with it!

  472. Ryan says:

    I really appreciate this giveaway – my son has just been diagnosed with celiac disease so we will be baking a lot of gluten free goodies. I love the recipes in this post!

  473. jlarson says:

    My sister and I love your blog. I always find myself mesmerized by the photos and then drooling over the recipes. Thanks!

  474. delishhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!

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  475. Kristin says:

    I love Bob’s Red Mill….so many great products! These pictures are mouth watering! I wish I could sample a taste from them all!

  476. Oh, How yummy! LOVE the scones=)
    Thanks so very much for the recipes and the very generous giveaway!
    Lethea B
    Luvdaylilies at bellsouth dot net

  477. Anis says:

    Aran, I was intrigued so I had to make Time to give a try to the scones they were delicious SO moist made them using superfine Brown rice and a gala Apple I found them a little bit more on the sweet side maybe it is because I did not used laddy apples who are more acidic I even made the porrusalda and really really enjoyed both perfect comfort food to start this new week! Thank you for sharing
    Ps I am not entering the give away as I am living outside of the Us and canada

  478. Anonymous says:

    I have been experimenting with gluten free flours and use several of Bob’s Red Mill. Your new book just arrived, and it will be fun to try out the recipes.

  479. Have you tried apple bread or rolls? Make a batch of bread dough, roll it out in a rectangle about 1/2 inch thick, spread apple filling, and roll up like cinnamon rolls. Cut it into rolls or bake it in loaf pans for apple bread. For an added yummy kick, make butterscotch rum glaze (brown sugar, butter, rum and cornstarch or other thickener).

  480. Mandy says:

    I love your blog and all your inspiring healthy and gluten free recipes. So excited about this giveaway!!

  481. Wow! I didn’t even know you could buy gluten free flour! I have recently been diagnosed with celiac disease. This will help so much! Plus I’m ordering your book on Amazon today! It’s gorgeous! Thank you!
    P.S. do you ever reveal your product source? I am dying to buy that blue and white polka dot spoon!!! Thank you!

    6polkadots at gmail dot com

  482. Wow! I didn’t even know you could buy gluten free flour! I have recently been diagnosed with celiac disease. This will help so much! Plus I’m ordering your book on Amazon today! It’s gorgeous! Thank you!
    P.S. do you ever reveal your product source? I am dying to buy that blue and white polka dot spoon!!! Thank you!

    6polkadots at gmail dot com

  483. Kat Baird says:

    I just want to say that your story, your blog and your beautiful gluten free creations are so very inspiring and dear to my heart!

    I had early onset psoriatic arthritis in my teens, but was not yet diagnosed. At the age of 19 the pain became unbearable. I was covered in rashes, I couldn’t walk and I wanted to know what was going on with my body. I started searching for answers. After going to a few doctors, a Rheumatologist diagnosed me with my auto immune disease. He said that due to the severity of my disease that I most likely wouldn’t walk by the age of 30, he gave me nasty pills with horrible side effects and he sent me on my way (momentarily defeated and deflated).

    I wanted there to be another solution… Thanks to my incredibly wonderful and supportive mother, I found an acupuncturist/holistic healer who helped me immensely! I learned the connection between diet and auto immune disorders, and since then I have made conscious changes to better my quality of life. I had a decade of ups and downs (being on strict diets in my 20’s wasn’t always easy for me), but something changed for me in my thirties. I learned the importance of moderation and being gluten free not only became easy, but it became empowering! Also, a lot has changed in 12 years! People are much more aware and understanding of food allergies and intolerances and there are so many great GF products and flours available today!

    I’ve worked in the restaurant industry for years, I am incredibly passionate about food and wine and there’s nothing more satisfying than making something delicious and good for you! My journey to love myself and listen to my body has been an interesting one and I’m ready to share it. I do hope however, that I haven’t over shared. I just wanted you to know how much you doing what you do impacts other peoples lives. You are astonishingly talented and inspiring, and as long as you are creating, I will be following. Can’t wait to try some of the new recipes and get a copy of your stunning book!!

    On a side note, I’m turning 33 next month and I’m pretty darn happy and healthy! Cheers!

  484. I can’t wait to make those scones. My mom is g-free and she will just love them!

  485. Amanda says:

    I am trying these this week! We just found out our 8 year old has a gluten allergy, after several years of severe behavioral issues! I’m glad I came across your site, and just in time to enter! Lucky, lucky!! ox

  486. Judy says:

    I just came across this blog and I can’t believe how wonderful the photos are and the recipes.

  487. juju says:

    Congratulations on your beautiful book! I am always inspired by your beautiful baking, cooking, photography, and your taste! I went to Farmers Market and bought lovely beets because I remembered that you used the beautiful colored beets some time ago. I am going to enjoy your recipe!

  488. Love your blog, recipes, photos and Bob’s Red Mill too! Thanks for the giveaway.

  489. Gen T says:

    Wow! These recipes look fantastic :) It would be wonderful to get those Bob’s red mill gluten free flours to try them out. I’ve trying to bake almost exclusively gluten free now and I feel much better than ever before! Muchas gracias por la inspiracion!

  490. Everything looks so good!I’ve been vegan for a long time and have recently been trying to become GF as well to improve my health. Can’t wait to make and modify some of these great recipes!

  491. Unknown says:

    Inspired in an understatement! I can’t wait for my local cheese shop to open for some really good guyere. Thanks so much for your recipes and beautiful photographs.

  492. Stunning recipes! I love your work; absolutely beautiful.

  493. flutterby says:

    I’m definitely going to be trying out the brown butter cakes! Yum!

  494. These recipes all look so yummy, can’t wait to tr the scones with leek soup! Keep them coming! :D Winning the flours would certainly be helpful in my kitchen endeavors!

  495. patis2 says:

    I love bob’s products! Your tarts and soup look amazing

  496. Rose says:

    Apples, Bob’s Red Mill, your fanatastic blog…can’t get better!!!!!!!

  497. Thank you for your inspiring recipes, stories and photographs. I have not yet ever tried gluten-free cooking, but am eager to do so after reading your beautiful blog.

  498. Meg says:

    Fall is here in full beauty on the East Coast! Crunchy colorful leaves, crisp mornings, and lots of baking to keep the kitchen warm:) More supplies = more experimenting….I mean creative cooking;)

  499. Andrea Joy says:

    I love the look and beauty of the beat tarts! You are a constant inspiration. Thanks!

  500. Leanne T says:

    Beautiful pictures & wonderful recipies. Thank you for the giveaway, Bobs Red Mill products are the best!

  501. mardi says:

    looking forward to making the savory & sweet scones…thanks for the recipe!

  502. Siri Chand says:

    Love Bob’s Red Mill Oatmeal as it is gluten free in processing and your photos are sublime! Blessings in your inspired work.

  503. Julie says:

    Just recently found your blog and absolutely love it. Thanks for the Bob’s giveaway. I’m a long-time fan of their products.

  504. JC says:

    beautiful, beautiful! I love, love Bob’s Red Mill. Seriously inspired people. :)

  505. kimpeck says:

    yum, yum, YUM! those apple cakes look delicious…no wait, everything looks delicious! thank you for the chance to win!!

  506. Patricia says:

    Man-o-man do those scones look good!

  507. Shannon says:

    Gorgeous post; love Bob’s Red Mill products. Thanks for the chance!

  508. I just pinned this recipe a few days ago and finally had the chance to click on it to see the details. Happy that it brought me back to your site which I haven’t visited for a while. HAPPIER that this delicious recipe is GLUTEN FREE as my husband is a celiac and we do a lot of gluten free baking as a result!!! Just wondering what we were going to do with all our extra leftover Thanksgiving herbs!

    Thank you thank you thank you!

  509. A.S. says:

    The brown butter apple cakes are adorable. I’ve been making your muffins from Whole Living and they are delicious!

  510. Unknown says:

    Your blog is ever inspiring and Bob’s Red Mill is a wonderfully generous company to support. What a great team you two make!

  511. MJ says:

    So many flours, so little time.

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  513. Unknown says:

    What a fabulous giveaway! I’ve been experimenting with gluten free flour mixes and branching out into baking more and more on my own (instead of using premade mixes), and this would be fantastic!

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  515. Caroline V says:

    You’ve inspired me. Looking forward to the smells of these goodies baking later this week!

  516. I have heard so much about your blog and new book lately. I would love to try out some of your recipes and Bob’s Red Mill flours for my little cousin who was recently diagnosed with Celiac’s disease. It would be nice to make her homemade gluten-free baked goods that don’t come from a mix! Plus, I find even I feel better when I cut out gluten.

    Please enter me in the giveaway :)

  517. Lexiquin says:

    I love Bob’s Red Mill! Your photos are beautiful and your recipes sound delicious. Thanks for the giveaway.

  518. Olatz says:

    Hola, Aran! Olatz naz, Itxason ahiztea. Atzo zure liburue ikusi gindun denda baten, ze polite! Tokau ezkero probaukogu zure errezeta bat honikaz urunekaz. Niri toketan bajata Itxason helbidea emongotsut, ze Gabonetan dator. Eskerrik asko!

  519. Itxaso says:

    Hola Aran!! Ama, Olatz eta ni gabiz hemen sorteoan parte hartu gurean jaja, ia toketan jakun, zelako idea ona. Atzo liburuegaz zelako ilusinoa be. Gaur azkenengo egune, elegante ibili gara, oin penea baia bueno, Gabonetan joango naz atzera. Mosu handi bet!!

  520. Hola Aran,
    Bedakogu liburua!!!! Bostonen gauz eta Antrophologi dendan topau dogu. Ederra eta ikusgarria, benetan.
    Hemengo parajeak oso politak izan dira. Bidai polita egin dogu.
    Prestatu dozun zozketan be, parte hartu gura dogu.
    Ondo segi eta besarkada handi bat.

  521. Jocelyn says:

    Awesome site! Just found it. Can’t wait to check it out!

  522. I think I’m barely sneaking into this giveaway but I am so excited to enter! I would be thrilled to win! Thank you SO much!

  523. Amy says:

    I’m so excited about your new cookbook. Thank you for all the inspiration!

  524. Thanks everyone for taking part in the giveaway. It is now closed.

    I will announce the winners shortly! Good luck!

  525. Hi everyone,


    Here is the list of winners. Please email me at aran@arangoyoaga.com

    I will need your addresses.

    Lindsey Johnson
    Katy Noelle
    Cascadia Girl
    Seanna Lee
    Jackie Healthy Teen Foodie
    Gail Lloyd
    Nathan Petty
    Sheila Love and Wild Honey
    Josh Rain-Cats
    Emma Slipp
    The wrong arms
    Ariana Mullins
    Randi Lynn
    Bridget #16
    Jenna Z
    Apple Annie
    Erratic Prophet
    Kelly Turnbull
    Lavender Dreamer
    Caroline V


  526. Joan Lieuw says:

    beautiful photography and recipes
    love scones especially a healthier alternative

  527. Hope says:

    These recipes look so inspiring. I am gluten sensitive and have yet to try baking with all these different flours. I do love to bake. My habit for years was to bake a pie every Sunday. Then I became ‘calorie sensitive’ which was later followed by the discovery that I am ‘gluten sensitive’, so Sunday pie baking came to an end. I am now inspired to bake and can’t to try some of the soups. Thank you Aran!

  528. Laura says:

    Love how rustic both of these are. And love the unusual addition of savory scones with soup instead of bread.

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  530. Elya says:

    My whole extended family is GF and these recipes look like they are worth sharing. I foresee a lot of baking in the next few months with the holidays nearing.

  531. angela m. says:

    Wonderful blog!

  532. Kate says:

    Beautiful and inspiring pictures:) Would love to try new gluten free flours besides spelt and almond!

  533. Amy Kleger says:

    Hi Aran,
    I made these scones today to go with our Minestone Soup for lunch. The flavour was delicious however the scones didnt hold together. They fell apart when I tried to cut one in half. All that were consumed broke into crumbles. How can this be avoided. What am I doing wrong?

    • Aran says:

      Hi Amy,

      The scones are crumbly but they shouldn’t just disintegrate. I have been hearing from people about that happening to many of my scone recipes and I think the issue might be the type of flours and how gritty they are. Did you use superfine brown rice flour or regular brown rice flour? There is a big difference in texture between the two and I think that could have been a factor. Also perhaps if the dough was kneaded enough. Also, did you use chia seeds?

      I say that if you cannot get your hands on superfine brown rice flour, then it might work to add about 1/4 tsp of xanthan gum in the recipe to bind it a little bit more.

      Hope that helps!

      • Amy Kleger says:

        Thanks for your reply. I used normal ground rice flour, not superfine. I cant find it here in the shops. I also substituted the Chia seeds for ground Flaxseed as I didnt have that on hand. But that shouldnt have been the problem. We had a couple of scones again today for lunch that were left over from yesterday and they seemed to hold together a bit better today. Maybe they were too fresh? I even waited 20 mins before serving them after removing from the oven. Next time I will try adding 1/4 tsp xantham gum. Thanks for your speedy response.

  534. your cooking and recipes are so inspiring! Thank you so much for sharing them! I need the inspiration and I am very grateful! Thank you for the work you do, for the love! Hari Aum!

  535. Carol D says:

    I’ve just found your blog via link from Recipe.com…..I was excited to find such wonderful-sounding gluten-free recipes….gf used to mean taste-free!
    Love Red Mill flours, though because of limited income have not been able to use as much as I’d like….PLEASE! pick me! would love to start using more of these wonderful gluten-free flours – for hubby and me! (and to share with family!)
    Looking forward to more wonderful recipes….

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  537. BreAnn Hollinger says:

    These recipes sound so perfect for fall! Thanks for sharing! I can’t wait to get in the kitchen and try them out!
    Fantastic photography, by the way!

  538. Ruth MacInnes says:

    cant’ wait to try my pesto out with these savory ideas! love to cook and play in the kitchen – so wholesome and healthy !! :) Thanks for the opportunity to play and win!

  539. Marion says:

    New to your site and new to paleo…looking forward to trying many recipes…especially the quinoa pudding. The photos are so lovely!

  540. alli says:

    Hello, starting my own journey into paleo, and will come back often for great ideas!

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