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Dessert Mashups

Dessert Mashups

Two desserts are usually better than one, but when that one dessert already combines two favorites, you know you can’t go wrong. Dessert Mashups: Tasty Two-in-One Treats Including Sconuts, S’morescake, Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie and Many More is a cookbook that focuses on mixing and matching different desserts into new forms for some incredibly decadent treats. The book contains more than fifty recipes – though ... Read More »

Be Sweet: Caramels

Be Sweet: Caramels

Caramel is a delicious confection that doesn’t get to be in the spotlight nearly as often as it should. It is most frequently used as a filling, topping or other accompaniment to add an extra layer of flavor to some other dessert. In Be Sweet: Caramels: Gooey, Chewy Delights, caramels are the focus and the book delivers more than 30 recipes for different types and ... Read More »

Soup of the Day

Soup of the Day

On a chilly day, there is nothing that I like to sit down to than a hot bowl of delicious soup paired with some freshly baked bread. It’s a great way to make you forget the cold outside, and there are so many different flavors of soup out there that you never have to eat the same thing twice. I always enjoy homemade soups, of ... Read More »

New Cookbooks Available for Pre-Order – Making Vegan Frozen Treats & How to Make Ice Cream!

New Cookbooks from Nicole: How to Make Ice Cream and Making Vegan Frozen Treats

Earlier this year, I had a new cookbook come out that was dedicated to frozen yogurt called How to Make Frozen Yogurt. The easy-to-use cookbook focused on the basic technique you need to make amazing frozen yogurt recipes at home, perfect for everyone who finds themselves running out to pick up a cup of their favorite froyo once or twice a week. I’m happy to ... Read More »

Classic Candy: Old-Style Fudge, Taffy, Caramel Corn, and Dozens of Other Treats for the Modern Kitchen

Classic Candy: Old-Style Fudge, Taffy, Caramel Corn, and Dozens of Other Treats for the Modern Kitchen

I love making homemade candies, from simple caramels to layered chocolate bars. They’re not only delicious, but they make fantastic gifts when you need something that has a little bit of a “wow” factor to it when you deliver it. Making candy is a little bit different from cooking or baking because it requires you to be even more precise than usual. If you’re a ... Read More »

Holiday Cookies: Prize-Winning Family Recipes from the Chicago Tribune

Holiday Cookies: Prize-Winning Family Recipes from the Chicago Tribune

The Chicago Tribune has been hosting an annual cookie contest for almost 30 years. Thousands of readers submit their classic family favorites and their innovative new creations in the hopes of seeing them in print in the paper. Holiday Cookies: Prize-Winning Family Recipes from the Chicago Tribune for Cookies, Bars, Brownies and More features more than 100 of the contest’s best recipes. The recipes are ... Read More »

Baked Doughnuts For Everyone

Baked Doughnuts For Everyone

Everyone likes to indulge in a doughnut from time to time. The deep-fried, pillowy pastries are always a treat, whether you like yours glazed, cream filled or rainbow sprinkled. Doughnuts never claimed to be health food and there is absolutely no reason that you should not eat a doughnut or two when the craving strikes, but you can also make somewhat healthier baked donuts at ... Read More »

Me, Myself and Pie

Me, Myself and Pie

Pie is a food that you can eat year round, and plenty of pie-lovers find themselves baking them just as often in May as they do in November. But there is no doubt that pie season coincides with the holiday baking season, and many more people bake pies of all flavors from Halloween through Christmas. Me, Myself and Pie is a collection of more than ... Read More »

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