An Anthology of 30, 30 Minute Desserts Book Review
|Title:||An Anthology of Thirty, 30 Minute Made-From-Scratch Desserts...: Desserts just like Grandma used to make From Scratch & "We Mean From Scratch!" In 30 Minutes|
|Author:||Editors of Cake Chatter|
|Published:||May 12, 2020, Tara House Publications, Inc.|
|No. of Pages:||77|
|Cover Price:||$2.99 Kindle|
An Anthology of Thirty, 30 Minute Made-From-Scratch Desserts...: Desserts just like Grandma used to make From Scratch & "We Mean From Scratch!" In 30 Minutes by the Editors of Cake Chatter, is the first in a series called The Dough-Puncher's eBook Series. It contains 30 recipes for mouthwatering desserts that can be made in 30 minutes or less. The book is extremely cheap to purchase, and convenient, since it is in ebook format. There is even a link on every recipe to the website or blog that the recipe came from and also memes in between each recipe that are entertaining and cute.
Most cookbooks include dozens or even hundreds of recipes, but most of us only use a few of them. So, only having 30 isn’t a bad thing, since the recipes are of desserts that most of us will really want to prepare. Some of them are unique, like the French-Toasted Angel Food Cake, and Kladdkaka (Swedish Chocolate Cake). There are a variety of recipes for cakes, pies, cookies, candies, cheesecakes, and puddings, and frankly, there isn’t one that most bakers would shun. The desserts included look and sound terrific. The instructions are easy-to-follow, and are definitely suitable for beginning bakers as well as those with a little more experience.
Even though this cookbook has only 30 recipes, there is a beautiful photograph of each recipe which is a must for any good cookbook.
Anyone who is a dessert connoisseur will appreciate this book and want to download a copy.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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