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Eighty delicious, imaginative recipes from the Star Tribune\u2019s beloved annual cookie contest, with mouth-watering pictures and bakers\u2019 stories It\u2019s cold in Minnesota, especially around the holidays, and there\u2019s nothing like baking a batch of cookies to warm the kitchen and the heart. A celebration of the rich traditions, creativity, and taste of the region, The Great Minnesota Cookie Book collects the best-loved recipes and baking lore from fifteen years of the Star Tribune\u2019s popular holiday cookie contest. Drop cookies and cutouts, refrigerator cookies and bars; Swedish shortbread, Viennese wafers, and French-Swiss butter cookies; almond palmiers; chai crescents and taffy treats; snowball clippers, cherry pinwheels, lime coolers, and chocolate-drizzled churros: a dizzying array and all delightful, the recipes in this book recall memories of holidays past and inspire the promise of happy gatherings to come. These are winning cookies in every sense, the best of the best chosen by the contest\u2019s judges, accompanied by beautiful photographs as instructive as they are enticing. A treat for any occasion, whether party, bake sale, or after-school snack, each time- and taste-tested recipe is perfect for starting a tradition of one\u2019s own.
Who doesn't love a doughnut? From their pillowy soft texture, to their perfect size and shape, to their sweet glazes and sprinkles-they're everyone's favorite treat. But they're always unhealthy, and you can only get them at the bakery right? Not anymore. With Baked Doughnuts for Everyone, you can now enjoy fresh - completely gluten-free! -doughnuts from the comfort of your own kitchen and without fussing over a fryer. All you need is a doughnut pan, a mixing bowl, and a few simple ingredients like oat flour, almond meal, and pure cane sugar. The result? Truly cake-like doughnuts with no grainy texture and no scary starches or gums - only pure, all-natural flavor. No one will ever even guess they're gluten-free, whether they follow a wheat-free diet or not! From sweet confections to more savoury combinations, you'll find recipes to suit every occasion and every taste, including: * Cinnamon Sugar Doughnuts * Apple Fritter Doughnuts * Peanut Butter Crunch Doughnuts * Vegan Gooey Chocolate Doughnuts * Jalapeno Cheddar Doughnuts * Greek Stuffed Doughnuts We all need more doughnuts in our lives and now it's easier than ever-what are you waiting for?
Packed with more than 60 recipes for yogurt in all its guises - from frozen yogurt with summer fruits, berries, nuts and chocolate to frozen yogurt cheesecake - this is a definitive guide to the delicious frozen treat. Included are yogurt desserts made with dulce de leche, peanut butter or lemon curd, chilled yogurt milkshakes and lassis, and recipes for and crunchy toppings for sprinkling. From healthy, mid-morning pick-me-ups like Green Milkshake with Spinach, Kiwi Fruit and Spirulina to decadent desserts that can be made in a sorbet maker, blender or in an ice box, this book has all yogurt options covered. The design and styling is young, fresh and bright and yogurt is always the hero!
Whether they're studded with sprinkles, covered in chocolate, glazed with salted caramel or filled with layers of créme pâtissèrie... who can resist a donut?
Vicky Graham has given this classic pastry a much needed makeover, with exciting recipes suitable for parties, celebrations or an indulgent Friday night treat! Featuring recipes for cake donuts, savoury donuts and fauxnuts the free-from and vegan alternative the variations are endless. Make letter donuts to spell out messages for a birthday surprise or use decorative icing to make cute characters and designs. Because you can never get enough dessert, try the cheesecake and créme brûlée donuts, or savour a s'mores donut.
Packed with over 50 imaginative recipes, including variations on jams, fillings, custards and sauces, as well as helpful hints and insider tips these are eye-catching, versatile donut recipes, perfect for any occasion.
This is an irresistible collection of cake recipes that are perfect for ending any meal. It includes creamy gateaux, rich and luxurious chocolate creations, sweet and fruity bakes, and a selection of dinner-party showstoppers. The recipes include Pineapple and Ginger Upside-Down Cake, Lemon Roulade with Lemon-Curd Cream, Raspberry and Hazelnut Meringue Cake, White Chocolate Cappuccino Gateau, Chocolate Gooey Cake, Rum and Raisin Cheesecake, and Croquembouche. It contains all kinds of ideas for fillings, toppings and sauces, so that you can create a complete dessert. It features more than 250 photographs include step-by-step shots and a picture of every finished dish, making it simple to achieve successful results. Cakes are not just for afternoon tea. With an endless choice of sticky, fruity, frosted, creamy or chocolatey delights on offer, this book presents 50 recipes that are ideal for dessert. From the simple and fruity, served with a dollop of cream, to the shamelessly indulgent chocolate-coated creations, there is a cake for every occasion here. Most cakes can be made ahead of time, making them an excellent choice with which to finish a special meal. Stage-by-stage instructions and inspirational photographs make is easy to achieve impressive results, and a handy section on fillings, toppings and sauces provides all the additional tips any dessert-maker needs.
Featuring more than 100 recipes, Social Sweets is a heavenly collection of desserts from Michelin starred chef Jason Atherton. Showcasing a variety of beautiful and contemporary recipes from his London restaurants, this volume is a celebration of the flavours and techniques from across the world which have inspired him. As well as the desserts that feature on the menus of his restaurants, the collection also includes timeless classics, such as bakewell tart, sticky toffee pudding and cheesecakes, and ice creams and sorbets that act as the perfect accompaniment - or a dessert in their own right. Rounded off by a selection of cheese recipes, the recipes in this book are sure to inspire and will have something for every palate. Stunningly illustrated with photographs from John Cary, Jason once again proves why he is one of the world's most innovative chefs, offering an abundance of perfect treats to share with friends and family.
Who says you can't enjoy mouth-watering desserts without feeling guilty? Mango Sorbet, Honey Vanilla Yoghurt and Dark Chocolate Brownies are among this brimming collection of indulgent treats. These creations are from Dr Jehanne Ali, a medical doctor who loves pampering her family with scrumptious desserts. With easy recipes and dietary advice, she shows how you can enjoy your food and maintain your health at the same time. Bursting with antioxidants and nutrients important to keeping your heart healthy, these treats require little effort to prepare and will mark a sweet end to any meal.
Spirit House Desserts brings you the most exotic flavors of Thailand in beautiful and interesting dessert combinations. Choose and make a dessert that will not only look divine but will taste delicious as well. Chapters cover a range of desserts such as jellies, mousses, parfaits, ice-creams, sorbets, cakes, tarts, meringues and brulees as well as gorgeous bling toppings, sweet treats and cocktails.
Marshmallows - those favourite treats from childhood - have experienced a ressurgence of interest in recent times, finding themselves on the dessert menus of some very serious restaurants. This once humble confectionery can now also be found in the finest cake and patisserie stores across the globe. The Artisan Marshmallow pays high respect to these sweet delights - which can be so much more than pink or white puffs. As well as a helpful introduction covering the basics, including making vegetarian variations, creating floss and infusing flavour, The Artisan Marshmallow includes 40 marshmallow recipes such as Toasted Coconut, Cinnamon and Lemon, as well as some more creative flavours, including Sweet Potato and Spice, Champagne, Chocolate-Chilli and Mocha. Marshmallow is the central ingredient in other included recipes, such as Baked Alaska, S'mores and Chocolate Snowballs.
There is something very appealing about sorbets, granitas and water ices. This stylish and beautiful book shows how simple it is to make all kinds of iced treats, with 25 delectable recipes. All the essential information on equipment and ingredients is provided in the concise introduction, as well as inspirational ideas for decorating and serving. Whatever the occasion, you will find the perfect recipe in this book.
Easy-to-achieve recipes for delicious additive-free Italian-style gelato, sorbet and granita to make and enjoy at home. Gelato is not simply the Italian word for ice cream. 'A good gelato should be rich in flavour but you shouldn't feel full even after you've eaten a pint of it. Trust me!' So says Adriano di Petrillo, or Dri Dri, owner of Dri Dri, the artisan gelateria. Authentic Italian gelato is made with milk rather than cream, so it's much lighter and significantly lower in fat. Gelato is made by a process called `mantecazione,' where it is frozen and churned very slowly so it doesn't absorb too much air. This achieves a creamy texture without the fat. Gelato is surprisingly easy to make at home with a domestic ice cream maker. Try Adriano's simple recipes for Vanilla, Coffee, Bitter Chocolate, Cookies and Cream, and Tiramisu. Also included are recipes for fresh and fruity sorbets and granitas, including Green Apple and Mixed Berries. Suggestions for delicious ways to serve your creations include Bitter Chocolate Gelato with Cherry Compote; Lemon Gelato with Brioche; and Almond Gelato drowned with hot espresso. Ideas for gelato-based drinks include Italian classics such as a Rossini (strawberry sorbet with Prosecco) and Sgroppino (lemon gelato blended with vodka or Prosecco).
In this tempting recipe-slash-travel journal, follow Yasmin Newman to the bright lights of New York City as she tracks down and savours the city's best desserts. Yasmin's mission takes her through NYC's vibrant neighbourhoods, where a plethora of colourful characters and quintessential New York moments add flavour to her experience. She jots down notes, steals photographs and creates a hit list of the best addresses - then dreams up and creates recipes inspired by her favourite New York sweets. Desserts of New York is a fabulous travel guide and recipe book all-in-one with a guide to the neighbourhoods of New York and the desserts that can be found within them, as well as recipes for some of the most exciting and delightful sweet treats. The 44 recipes that accompany Yasmin's sweet adventure are a mix of inspired takes on signature New York desserts - from Dominique Ansel's cookie shots and Christina Tosi's crack pie to New York cheesecake, babka and doughnuts - as well as tempting new creations, such as Nutella and burnt marshmallow thickshakes, French toast ice cream sandwiches and Pumpkin pie waffles. Yasmin also shares chef recipes from much-loved venues Ample Hills Creamery, Baked, Butter & Scotch, Cosme, Gramercy Tavern and Lafayette Grand Cafe & Bakery. Also included in the five chapters (Doughnuts, Cookies & Bars; Pastries, Buns & Bites; Cakes, Pies & Puddings; Ice cream & Drinks; Plated & Created) are recipes for Giant snickerdoodles, Peanut butter & jelly cannoli, Sticky buns, Brooklyn blackout cake, S'mores bombe Alaska, and more.
Pass the cookie platter, please! Frosted sugar cookies, twisty pinwheels, soft gingerbread...all the classics (and some new favorites!) are inside. Combining the timeless appeal of our hardcover cookbooks with the visual inspiration of our 101 Photo series, this reissue is a fresh take on one of our bestselling Christmas titles. Christmas Cookie Jar is chock-full of scrumptious recipes with all the flavors of the season...Chocolate Mint Stars, Raspberry Shortbread Thumbprints, Frosted Ginger Creams and Cranberry Crumb Bars. You'll find old-fashioned favorites like Pecan Icebox Cookies, Grandma's Butter Fingers and Pastel Cream Wafers...even Oh-So-Easy Cut-Outs and 1-2-3 Cookies that bake up in a jiffy. Of course we've included candies for gift-giving like Grandpa's Famous Caramels and Sparkling Sugarplums, along with lots of clever ideas for sharing cookies. There's even an all-chocolate chapter packed with goodies like Double Fudgy Cookie Bars and Buckeye Brownies. When Christmas Eve arrives, we'll be setting out a plate of Rudolph's Carrot Cookies for Santa...how about you?
This unique collection of sweet treats is packed with 35 decorating ideas for cakes, cookies and candies. In this book, jewellery designer Laura Tabor has combined her passions for jewellery and baking, producing a range of beautifully decorated edible gifts. The first chapter, 'Beautiful Treats for Girls', has chocolate cameos that look just like the real thing, marshmallow pearls and candy bangles. 'Seasonal Gifts' is packed with ideas for Christmas cookies, Faberge-inspired Easter eggs and a fondant Valentine's rose locket. Kids will love to make the rice paper flower pendants, jelly gems and liquorice friendship bracelets in 'Fun for Children'. The final chapter, 'Gentlemen Adorned', has recipes for candy cufflinks, vintage chocolate buttons and a candy monocle and moustache. Clear step-by-step instructions make this book perfect for novice bakers, while more experienced cooks will enjoy the challenge of creating something uniquely different.
This mouth-watering book is brimming with delicious ice cream concoctions and iced wonders from the world of Ben Vear, expert on frozen delights. Over 100 recipes scale an impressive colourful rainbow of ice cream flavours and iced treats, including a fantasia of sorbets, gelatos, kulfis, lollies, frozen yoghurts, parfait and desserts. From chocolate and caramel, to citrus and berries, from botanical infusions, herbs and spices to alcoholic temptations; Ben has a recipe for every iced desire, including the best ways to transform the humble vanilla scoop into a show-stopper. Old favourites such as strawberries and cream and mint choc chip are revisited with simple twists, and different quirky flavours like earl grey, orange marmalade, birthday cake, candied bacon, and Guinness ice cream are alluringly refreshing. Easy step-by-step instructions show how to make the perfect ice cream base from which you can create your own experimental flavours. This exciting ice cream collection is completed with Ben's recipes for cones, nests and baskets. Lush, inventive photography captures not only the artistry and fun at the heart of Ben's kitchen, but also the magic and wonder of ice cream in the most visually arresting book ever published on the subject. The essential science, ingredients and equipment behind ice cream are explored, as well as a personal history of the ice cream dynasty that Ben hails from. Winstones is one of the UK's longest running and most respected family ice cream producers, founded by Ben's great grandfather Albert Winstone in 1925 in the heart of the Cotswolds. All of the ice cream recipes in this book remain true to Albert's original base recipe, with flavours brought up to date by Ben.
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