In addition to finding Baking Bites recipes on the blog, you can also find them in print! I have several books currently in print and several more in the pipeline that you can add to your Amazon wishlist for holidays, birthdays and any day that you want to treat yourself to a brand new book! Our titles include: 

The Baking Bites CookbookThe Baking Bites Cookbook (paperback) – The original Baking Bites Cookbook features more than 50 recipes not featured on the blog, and is the perfect companion for any long-time Baking Bites’ reader! The emphasis of the book is on recipes that not too fussy and easy enough to make everyday, but are still full of flavor. The book is illustrated with full color photographs of every recipe and you’re sure to find at least a few that will become staples in your kitchen. Signed paperback copies are still available!

The Baking Bites Cookbook, Kindle Edition

The Baking Bites Cookbook (kindle edition) - The Kindle edition of The Baking Bites Cookbook gives fans a much-needed update of the original book, with several new recipes that weren’t included in the first edition! They’re the kind of recipes that you can always find time to make – and that you’ll want to make again and again. Recipes like Browned Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies and Jelly Donut Muffins will become new classics from your own kitchen.  The fully-illustrated book is a handy reference that you can carry with you everywhere you bring your digital device. Download here! 

How to Make Frozen YogurtHow to Make Frozen Yogurt: 56 Delicious Flavors You Can Make At Home (Storey Publishing, 2014) - Yogurt shops aren’t the only place to get your fro-yo fix, however, because you can easily make it at home. How to Make Frozen Yogurt is all about making your own frozen yogurt! The book is part of Storey’s Basics series and it is designed to give you a solid grounding in homemade frozen yogurt technique because there is more to making frozen yogurt than just putting yogurt into the freezer. You’ll notice that I use the same basic technique for all the recipes because it is a reliable way to produce very light, very creamy frozen yogurt that doesn’t become icy in the freezer. Once you make frozen yogurt my way, you’ll be hooked – and you’ll start filling up your freezer with all your favorite flavors. Order here!

How to Make Ice CreamHow to Make Ice Cream: 50 Recipes for Classic and Contemporary Flavors (Storey Publishing, 2015) – From classic vanilla to Roasted Fig & Honey, you’ll find all your favorite flavors – and plenty of new ones – in this collection of mouthwatering ice cream recipes. The book is part of Storey’s Basics series, just like my Frozen Yogurt book, and it is designed to give you a solid grounding in ice cream making techniques. The book tackles several different ice cream styles, including no-churn ice creams that don’t require an ice cream maker. You can easily use these basic recipes to come up with your own creative flavors, as well, and you may never need to buy store-bought ice cream again.  Order Here!

Making Vegan Frozen Treats: 50 Recipes for Nondairy Ice Creams, Sorbets, Granitas, and Other Delicious DessertsVegan Frozen Treats: 50 Recipes for Nondairy Ice Creams, Sorbets, Granitas, and Other Delicious Desserts (Storey Publishing, 2015) – Now vegans and everyone interested in dairy-free desserts can learn to make their own amazing frozen desserts at home! The book is part of Storey’s Basics series and it will give you all the techniques you need to stock your freezer full of dairy-free ice creams. The book is split between fruit-based frozen desserts and those that use non-dairy milks, from soy to coconut, as a base. In addition to the ice cream recipes, there are several recipes for vegan cookies and cakes that can be combined with the ice creams to make some very impressive desserts! Order Here! 

Tiki Drinks: Tropical Cocktails for the Modern BarTiki Drinks: Tropical Cocktails for the Modern Bar (Countryman, 2015) – The first tiki drinks were concocted in the 1930s at a Los Angeles bar by Don the Beachcomber and they bore no resemblance to the sweet, syrupy “tiki drinks” of the 1970s. The original drinks were made with high quality spirits, fresh juices and homemade syrups – and the care that went in to them is part of what made the tiki tradition such a huge trend in subsequent decades. This cocktail book takes tiki drinks back to their craft cocktail roots, with a blend of old and new drinks that are even more delicious than you can imagine.  Order here!

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