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This gluten free cooking course is a one-of-a-kind virtual chef training that will show you how to transform your meals and create the same flavors and textures in traditional wheat dishes. Learn from a professional chef, the craft of creating satisfying meals without the use of wheat or gluten. All from the comfort of your own kitchen.


Do you have a sensitivity to gluten or celiac disease and love food?

Are you frustrated with learning how to make your favorite foods gluten-free?

Are you a working Chef and want to create amazing gluten-free meals for your clients?

Everything you need to know to master gluten-free cooking is in this course. Created for both the home cook and the professional chef.

Food is what brings us all together, and just because you (our your clients) have a dietary restriction, it doesn’t have to mean the loss of your favorite foods. Gluten-free meals CAN be delicious and satisfying! And wouldn’t it be nice to bring everyone to the table to eat together while you are still eating for your health.

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coconut flour crepes and gluten-free chicken gravy on a brown plate

Learn how to make these coconut flour crepes and gluten-free chicken gravy in the course

Here is what is included in this course:

  • The characteristics of gluten-free flours and when to use them
  • Product reviews – the products I buy and use in my cooking
  • Ingredient-swaps – here is the real prize of the course, all the traditional places bread and gluten show up in recipes and exactly how I replace them
  • Real Chef cooking techniques to make your gluten-free meals amazing.
  • Resources for trustworthy gluten-free cookbooks and online recipe blogs you can trust.
  • Live demonstrations of my best gluten-free recipes including the chocolate cake I get asked to make for everyone.

I put all my best chef tips and techniques in this course so you can cook just like I do. You don’t have to be a trained Chef to take this course! Everything is broken down in an easy-to-understand way with lots of visual examples and live demos. You will also get TONS of links to related recipes  for any dish or technique I mention in the course.

image from inside the course art of gluten free cooking

These are the recipes in action inside the course

Go get the course, The Art of Gluten Free Cooking

You will learn how to make:

  • Gluten-free roux to thicken all your sauces
  • Moist and tender meatballs without breadcrumbs
  • 3 ways to bread chicken tenders
  • The most amazing Chicken Gravy that I call the “Pot Pie Gravy”
  • Coconut flour crepes
  • And my signature Chocolate Cake that everyone asks me to make

Every module in this course has so many additional resources as well. You will have printable guides including:

  • Product recommendations to stock your gluten free pantry with
  • List of names for gluten and common sources
  • Basic gluten swap principles – basically a printable version of everything I teach you in the Ingredients Swaps lesson (this is gold!!!!!)
  • Printable recipes for all the live demonstrations
  • A list of every link through out the course so you have it all in once place to refer back to
  • Gluten free flour guide

Not sure yet?  Want to see more?

Check out the course in more detail in this live tour I recorded just for you. This video will take you through the inside of the course.

Go get the course, The Art of Gluten Free Cooking

I am so excited to share everything I know about gluten-free cooking so you can do it yourself and LOVE the food you eat.

Here are some of the gluten-free recipes I have here on my blog that you can get started making today:

Gluten and Dairy Free Snickerdoodles – all the cinnamon and vanilla goodness of a traditional snickerdoodle cookie.


To your health!

Chef Andrea

Small pot of chicken gravy from The Art of Gluten Free Cooking Online course

Gluten-free Chicken Gravy

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  • post says:

    Your article is very informative. I really liked what you said about the courses and by the way I have bookmarked it to read it again.

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