Live Well Bake Cookies Cookbook Review
|Title:||Live Well Bake Cookies: 75 Classic Cookie Recipes for Every Occasion|
|Published:||August 24, 2021, Rock Point|
|No. of Pages:||200|
|Cover Price:||$25.99 $12.99 Kindle Hardcover,|
If you love to bake, and love cookies, you’ll want to pick up Danielle Rye’s excellent cookbook, Live Well Bake Cookies: 75 Classic Cookie Recipes for Every Occasion. The author is the founder of the popular baking website Live Well Bake Often, which is dedicated to teaching readers how to bake from scratch. While this cookbook focuses on classic cookie recipes, there are also some new and unique ones, as well as a few whoopee pies and sandwich cookies.
The recipes are written in the traditional way, and are succinct and easy to follow. Anyone - from beginner to advanced baker – will be able to easily bake delicious cookies from this book. Another plus is that there is a beautiful photograph of every cookie. This is one of those cookbooks that belongs on every cookbook shelf in every home. It will be difficult to decide which cookie to make next. There isn’t even one recipe that won’t appeal to almost everyone. The cookies include lots of chocolate, lots of classics like snickerdoodles, chocolate chippers, oatmeal cookies, shortbread cookies, sugar cookies, and peanut butter cookies, some with several variations that will appeal to everyone. There are also no-bake cookies, which are nice for those cooks in a hurry.
This cookbook also includes information on basic ingredients, tools and equipment needed, and excellent baking hints. Rye has also added information on troubleshooting, as well as storage, freezing, and shipping cookies.
If you love cookies and want to bake them successfully, this is an excellent cookbook to own.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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