FAQ on Cooking Class Family Favorites Subscription

Questions about Gluten Free Family Favorites Subscription:

1. I’d love to the Gluten Free Family Favorites Subscription, but I’m not quite sure how the payment works. Could you go into more detail on that?

The Gluten Free Family Favorites Subscription includes the same 15 classes included in the Gluten Free Family Favorites package ($249). With the Subscription, payments are spread out over 12 months. Payments are automatically drafted from your Paypal account (or your linked bank/credit card accounts if you do not keep a Paypal balance)

2. Can I pay just for those topics I am highly interested in? Could I start with Bread 101, then go to the Biscuits, then to cakes, etc. randomly?

When you buy either of the Gluten Free Family Favorites options (Package or Subscription), you get all 15 classes. But, with the subscription, the classes are added to your account over the course of the year. The order in which the classes are added is below.

If only want certain classes or if you want to decide on the order in which you take the classes, then our stand-alone classes or Gluten Free Family Favorites package would be a more appropriate choice.

3. Do I get all of the classes at once, or new ones each month?

You get three classes the first month and then one each month thereafter. Here’s the current order:

Month 1:

Flaky & Fluffy Gluten Free Biscuits: Flaky biscuits fresh out of the oven are one of my favorite indulgences. Take this class to learn how to make gluten free biscuits from scratch.

A Gluten Free Thanksgiving: The Whole Meal – In this class I share all of my family’s gluten free Thanksgiving recipes and a marathon video session of my cooking all of them! This class also includes a timeline to help you avoid the day before Thanksgiving cooking crunch.

A Gluten Free Christmas: Gingerbread House: Your favorite Christmas tradition can be continued in gluten free form. We’ll go through every step of gingerbread house construction from cutting out the patterns, to baking the gingerbread, to putting it all together.

Month 2:

Gluten Free Pizza: Thin Crust to Deep Dish: This class covers a whole range of pizza, from St. Louis Thin-Style to Chicago Deep Dish. There are easy pizza crust recipe for the beginning baker, and difficult recipes for the gluten free baker that wants a new challenge.

Month 3:

The Best Gluten Free Waffles Ever!: Crispy, crunch, buttery waffles will be on your breakfast menu ever week once you take this class. If you do not say “mmmmm….this is amazing” when you take a bite of the gluten free waffles you use now, then you definitely need to take this class.

Wrap it Up: Gluten Free Crepes: Learn to make delicious French crepes for a decadent gluten free brunch. Top the crepes with fresh fruit, syrups, or whipped cream. Or, for a savory breakfast, wrap the crepes around sausage and scrambled eggs.

Month 4:

Wrap It Up: Homemade Gluten Free Tortillas: Hot, homemade tortillas are a delicious, easy gluten free bread option. They’re also delicious! Much more so than the tortillas that you buy at the store. In this class I’ll show you how to make gluten free flour and corn tortillas.

Month 5:

Fresh, Hot Gluten Free Bagels: Bagels, hot out of the oven, may be one of the world’s best breakfast foods. Make your own gluten free bagels at home (plain and cinnamon-raisin recipe included). If you’ve never had a freshly baked bagel, you will be amazed!

Month 6:

Gluten Free Bread 101: Learn the basics of gluten free bread making and SEE what the dough is supposed to look like. After you take this class you’ll be able to bake a delicious loaf of gluten free sandwich bread.

Month 7:

Clog Your Arteries: Gluten Free Fried Chicken and Onion Rings: Every now and then I indulge in a good fry-up, and when I do I always make fried chicken (just like my grandmother taught me), fried onion rings, and frie okra. In this class, I teach you how to make all three of our fried favorites.

Month 8:

Decadence: Cinnamon Rolls & Sticky Buns: Stop being tantalized by the smell of cinnamon rolls at the mall. Come home and bake your own. In this class, you’ll learn how to make cinnamon rolls topped with a delicious cream-cheese icing, and sticky buns that are covered in hot, buttery, sugary goodness.

Month 9:

Gluten Free Takeout: Eggrolls and Empanadas: This class features two of my favorite ethnic dishes – eggrolls and empanadas. While they may not seem similar – they both start out with the same dough. In this class, I’ll show you how to make the dough, roll it out, and the wrap and fry the eggrolls and empanadas.

Month 10:

Gluten Free Cakes 101: Having a good yellow and chocolate layer cake recipe is what makes a great cake baker. In this class you’ll learn how to make delicious, moist cakes that know one will realize is gluten free.

Month 11:

Hot & Steamy Gluten Free Yeast Rolls – 6 Ways – Missing dinner rolls? In this class you start by learning to make a basic gluten free yeast roll. But we don’t stop there. Once you’ve mastered the base recipe, I’ll show you how to shape the dough (and in some cases, tweak the recipe) to make 5 other kinds of gluten free yeast rolls….including Hot Cross Buns!

Month 12:

Gluten Free Bread 201: Soda Bread, Cinnamon Raisin Swirl, and Brown Bread – Building on what you learned in Gluten Free Bread 101, you’ll learn how to make 3 different loaves of bread. First, we take the bread recipe from GF Bread 101 and turn it into a Cinnmon-Raisin Swirl. Then I show you a special technique that I developed for making light, fluffy yeast-free “soda” bread. You’ll also learn how to make brown bread, for those times when you want a more “whole-grain” flavor.