Nutella Cookbook Review
|Title:||Nutella: 60 Classic Recipes: From simple, family treats to delicious cakes & desserts: Official Cookbook|
|Published:||November 30, 2021, White Lion Publishing|
|No. of Pages:||184|
|Cover Price:||$26.00 Hardcover|
Who doesn’t love Nutella? Although it’s great spread on bread or toast, it’s also wonderful as an ingredient in luscious desserts and pastries. Nutella: 60 Classic Recipes: From simple, family treats to delicious cakes & desserts: Official Cookbook by French celebrity chef, Grégory Cohen. It is an official cookbook from the Nutella company, and like official company cookbooks, uses Nutella to its advantage. These desserts are so good, bakers will purchase Nutella over and over again to make these desserts.
One of the early chapters in this excellent cookbook includes basics to use Nutella with: cream puffs, sponge cake, shortbread crust, etc. Another chapter covers basic techniques, as well as suggested utensils to make it easier to put beautiful Nutella desserts together. The remaining chapters include mouthwatering recipes that every baker will want to make, including fruit desserts, muffins, cakes, pies, puddings, and choux desserts.
The photographs in this cookbook are beautiful, and make it difficult to decide what to make next. My queue includes Nutella profiteroles, Chocolate and Nutella mousse, and Nutella Black Forest Gateau. These recipes are perfect for a fancy dessert for guests, but families will love them too. The recipes are written in a traditional form with a list of ingredients and numbered instructions that are succinct and easy-to-follow. The cookbook also includes an ingredient index to help bakers find recipes using ingredients they already have on hand.
Anyone who loves Nutella will definitely want to add this fun cookbook to their cookbook collection.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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