The Big Book of Sweet Treats

The Big Book of Sweet Treats

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Testing your willpower to the absolute limit comes the "Big Book of Sweet Treats". This scrumptious collection of 130 sweet baking recipes, includes recipes for biscuits, cakes, pancakes, ice creams and a whole lot more. From little sweet bites such as Chocolate Truffle Cookies or Pistachio Cupcakes to bigger cakes and puddings to share (if you can bear!) there's something to suit all tastes, whatever the occasion. A photograph accompanies each recipe and there is a useful introduction on how to get you started, covering basic equipment and ingredients. With such a range of recipes, this book is perfect for keen cooks or bakers looking for new ideas or simply for those who are looking for the perfect morning coffee-time or afternoon tea-time treat to enjoy with family and friends.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 304 pages
  • 182 x 232 x 24mm | 961.61g
  • IMM Lifestyle Books
  • New Holland Publishers Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 140 colour images
  • 1847735509
  • 9781847735508
  • 1,246,421

About Pippa Cuthbert

Pippa Cuthbert has degrees in nutrition and food science and works as a food stylist, caterer and recipe developer. Lindsay Cameron Wilson lives in London where she works as a food writer, recipe tester and stylist. Catherine Atkinson is an experienced cookery writer and food consultant who has over 15 years experience in recipe writing and food styling. Kathryn Hawkins is an experienced cookery writer and food stylist. She has worked on several women's magazines written a number of books. Carol Pastor studied at art college and worked as a magazine designer in London before becoming a food writer. Her recipes have been featured in numerous books and magazines. Italian born Alessandra Zecchini worked in London and Tokyo as a food writer before moving to Auckland. She now teaches Italian and Japanese Cuisine. Joy Skipper is an experienced food writer and recipe stylist who has worked for a number of magazines. Sue McMahon is Woman's Weekly Cookery Editor. Although she's happy to take on the challenge of any culinary recipe, her passion is cakes and she travels the world teaching cake decorating.

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