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A sugar-free cookbook for those still dreaming of a world filled with chocolate. Sarah Wilson shares how to make delicious treats for any occasion, from special breakfasts to show-stopping sugar-free cakes and bakes. With tasty chocolate delights including Mocha and Hazelnut Layer Cake, Dark Choc and Sea Salt Popcorn and Choc-Chip Hot Cross Buns, there's something for everyone - including a handy key to paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, kid-friendly and freezer-friendly recipes. I Quit Sugar The Ultimate Chocolate Cookbook has one hundred sugar-free recipes, step-by-step instructions and an entire sugar-free Easter chapter. Full of handy hints and tips, Sarah shares how living sugar-free can be enriching, healthy and sweet!
We might love our eggs mini, but there’s nothing small about our new
A step-by-step guide to making melting hot cocoa bombs at home, plus fun ideas for flavours, fillings and decoration. Hot chocolate or 'cocoa' bombs are the new sweet must-have. Having initially taken social media by a storm, their popularity means they are now sold in store and on-line and are on everyone's hygge wish-list! But just what are they? Basically, they are a pinata that melts in your cup... Hollow spheres of chocolate that you put into a mug or cup and when you pour in hot milk, the chocolate melts to create a hot chocolate drink and also magically release the marshmallows or other surprises hiding inside. Once you've learnt how to make them at home, you can make fun flavour variations for kids and adults - and yes, you can put booze in them! If you want to make your own, this super-cute book gives you clear, step-by-step instruction for great results - preparing moulds, filling and assembling your bombs, as well as decorating ideas, like drizzles and sprinkles. Once you've mastered making them, try out the delicious flavours suggested which include Cappuccino, Coconut Cream Pie, Peanut Butter Cup, Spiced Chai, Dulce de Leche, Peppermint Bark, Chocolate Orange, Raspberry Pavlova and more! Or why not try out your own flavour combinations - whatever floats your marshmallow!
Whether you like your chocolate to be milk or dark, in a bar or in a cake, there is one thing that's certain: we are all hooked on this tantalizing treat. Indulge all your chocolate cravings in this tempting collection of recipes, fascinating facts and memorable musings on the most sumptuous of sweets.
The Creme de la Creme Egg of Cookbooks! We've been on a cracking culinary quest to bring you 60 of the most ridiculously delicious Cadbury Creme Egg recipes the world has ever seen. So whether you've got a bake sale, a birthday or a brand-new box-set big night in, this book is for you! It's time to ditch those dull desserts and create a Cadbury Creme Eggstravaganza!
Ravneet Gill grew up LOVING sugar. For as long as she can remember its' been her friend and constant companion - from dairy milk fruit & nut bars, to kitkats, cornettos, treacle sponges, profiteroles and more (she really could go on). It's little wonder that she grew up to become a pastry chef working in some of London's most respected food institutions such as London St. John and Llewellyn's. Having laid down the basics and demystified the technicalities of baking in her first book, The Pastry Chef's Guide, Rav is back to serve up some more gems to help you build up your baking armory. We're talking MORE cheesecakes (with influences from around the world), ultimate multi-layered, multi-textured cakes, sweet doughs such as devonshire splits and sweet, dimpled brunsvigers. Make the fryer your friend with sweet bombolini, fritters and classic ring donuts. Get FANCY with plated desserts to impress your friends, with luminescent mousses and intricate entremets to take your breath away. With more photographs and detailed recipes from beginning to end, Sugar, I Love You takes homemade patisserie to the next level with Rav's signature style, wit and easy-to-follow approach. Interspersed with anecdotes and essays on 'How not to be a sugar snob' and 'What to do when your dinner guest doesn't eat sugar?' , this book is bursting with colour, flavour and personality. Are you ready to take it to the next level? Rav thinks so... Chapters Include: Biscuits Cakes Cheesecakes Sweet Doughs Fried Delights Entrements Icecreams Plated Desserts
Discover delicious recipes to bring a little unicorn magic into your everyday! This easy-to-use cookery book is bursting with sparkles and rainbows. Packed with unique unicorn recipes, follow the simple instructions to make your own wonderful creations. Children will love The Magical Unicorn Cookbook, which includes twenty-five recipes for the whole family to make and enjoy together. Perfect for parties and brightening up your day, learn how to make: Fluffy unicorn buns Rainbow rolls A unicorn showstopper celebration cake and much more! The recipes are specially designed for adults to use with children, with step-by-step instructions and helpful hints. The perfect way for you to spend quality time with your child and show them just how much fun cooking and baking can be!
Perfect for when you need an instant indulgent treat, these foolproof vegan mug cakes require just a mug, a microwave and a few simple ingredients. From classics such as Coffee and Walnut Cake to irresistible flavour combinations such as Blackberry and Lime Upside-Down Cake, these are quick, easy bakes for every mood and occasion. With tips on plant-based ingredients and the dos and don'ts of microwave baking, Vegan Mug Cakes provides all the know-how you need to whip up delicious treats in a matter of minutes, with no waste and little washing up.
A collection of 65 gorgeously gooey and sumptuously sweet brownies, blondies and traybakes, from much-loved vintage classics to modern creations. Chocolate brownies are happiness squared. The quest for the elusive BEST EVER brownie is one that never ends, it can be sprung upon you at any moment - whether eaten in the corner of a cosy cafe or to accompany your afternoon cup of tea at home, a truly fabulous brownie is something you will find yourself lusting after for years to come. Likewise, blondies, the trendy younger sister of the brownie and the extended family of traybakes, are just as well-loved, and this genre of straightforward baking ensures goodies to suit every occasion and every day of the week. All you really need is a mixing bowl, a rectangular pan and a hot oven to create amazing cakes that will endear you to friends and family.
Truffles, Easter eggs or sweet Valentine’s seduction. Flights from heartbreak, or blissful birthday bonbons. It's a fact: chocolates are simply divine. In Chocolate there are original, melt-your-heart offerings, which includes a wicked assortment of chocolate recipes to satisfy every hmmm: the eating, dipping, drinking and spreading kind; fruity thrills such as nartjie malva pudding; crunchy treats, from rooibos biscotti to macadamia-nut honeycomb; fancy, creamy, nostalgic and naughty recipes that will enchant you; effortless favourites: no-bake brownies and end-of-the-month truffles, and SOS tips to rescue your craving. With all the technical info you need to embark on your chocolate journey.
Forget milk chocolate moulded into childish candy bars. Today's chocolate candies use chocolates with high cocoa content and less sugar then previously available and are moulded into highly decorated pieces of art. Once only accessible to pastry chefs and candy makers, home cooks can now purchase high-end domestic and imported chocolates in their local speciality stores. The recent availability of bitter-sweet chocolates coupled with our access to a global food market and unique ingredients has created an increased interest in artisan chocolates. Drew Shotts has been at the forefront of this renaissance because of his daring use of unique flavour combinations not typically associated with chocolates, such as chilli peppers, maple syrup and spiced chai tea. "Making Artisan Chocolates" shows readers how to recreate Drew's unexpected flavours at home through the use of herbs, flowers, chillies, spices and many other wonderful ingredients, and will therefore be a sure-fire hit for the discerning chocolate enthusiast.
Belgium is well-known for its delicious chocolate. In The Ultimate Fine Chocolates Jean-Pierre Wybauw expresses in clear, concise language how to create and shape your own chocolates. How do you make ganache? How can you extend the shelf life of fine chocolates? He also takes a closer look at the different flavourings you can use and combine. Various mouth-watering and original praline recipes are described in detail. The interesting background information and superb photographs will invite anyone to indulge in this sweetness. This book is another must for the kitchens of professional chocolatiers, experienced amateur cooks and chocolate lovers.
A baker's bible from a multi-award-winning and highly respected food writer
Baking is one of life's great pleasures. In the new edition of this beautiful book, Sybil Kapoor brings together an inspiring collection of baking recipes, both sweet and savory. A baker's bible from a much-loved expert in the field, this book draws on the best of Britain's baking heritage. Readers will delve into Britain's delicious and deservedly famous repertoire of cakes, pastries, savory bakes, and bread and learn how best to use fresh seasonal produce to create perfect bakes.
From blackcurrant meringue pie to Seville orange crunch cake, olive and onion scones and nectarine slice, to apricot creams and chocolate pear cake, this book is a treasury of wonderfully British bakes.
Toblerone's iconic triangular chocolate bar is loved the world over - if you laid out all the bars sold each year they would stretch for 38,500 miles, which is more than the circumference of Earth.
Long a favourite gift for travellers returning home, the Toblerone Cookbook takes this a step further, providing new and creative ways for you to share the joy and deliciousness of Toblerone.
From irresistible Trio Brownies to a Chocolate Mug Cake and a no-cook Rocky Road, this fun-filled cookbook has 40 fantastic, foolproof ways to use the different varieties. Featuring everything from classic bakes to cakes for special occasions - including birthdays, Easter, Halloween and Christmas - the deliciously creative ideas are designed for everyone, whatever their baking skill.
Who doesn't enjoy a plate of NUTELLA (R) on toast? In this Official Nutella (R) Cookbook, the universally popular hazelnut cocoa spread that is a staple of the breakfasts and snacks of our childhood is taken to a new level here by Chef Gregory Cohen in 60 mouthwatering recipes. Discover a delicious array of cakes, pastries and desserts made with the classic store cupboard ingredient. Bakes include Nutella (R) mixed berry muffins, babka and orange cake, alongside delights such as Tarte Tatin, vanilla & praline eclairs and Yule log. With techniques and recipes to suit every level of expertise, this book will appeal to everyone with a shared love of the World-famous spread.
The only gluten-free baking book you'll ever need, with delicious recipes that work perfectly every time.
From proper crusty bread, pillowy soft cinnamon rolls and glorious layered cakes to fudgy brownies, incredibly flaky rough puff pastry and delicate patisserie – everything that once seemed impossible to make gluten-free can now be baked by you.
Baked to Perfection begins with a thorough look at the gluten-free baking basics: how different gluten-free flours behave, which store-bought blends work best, and how to mix your own to suit your needs. Covering cakes, brownies, cookies, pastry and bread in turn, Katarina shares the best techniques for the recipes in that chapter, and each recipe is accompanied by expert tips, useful scientific explanations and occasional step-by-step photography to help you achieve gluten-free perfection.
Recipes include classic bakes like super-moist chocolate cake, caramel apple pie and chocolate chip cookies, the softest, chewiest bread, including crusty artisan loaves, baguettes, brioche burger buns and soda bread, and mouth-watering showstoppers like toasted marshmallow brownies, coffee cream puffs and strawberries + cream tart.
From the celebrated European patisserie Petit Gateaux, comes the recipe
book with one basic tart recipe and sixty variations. Once the ‘base’
recipe is perfected, you can experiment and make any tart you want!
Even if you ve never made chocolate candies before, you ll fall in love with the easy recipes in Turtle, Truffle, Bark. The title refers to the three types of candies featured in this cookbook: A turtle is traditionally a pecan-studded, chocolate-covered caramel patty, but reimagined by author Hallie Baker, you'll be making Dark Chocolate Almond Chili Turtles and White Chocolate Cashew Mango Turtles. You might think you know what Baker means by a truffle, but think again. These aren t everyday flavors here are crazy-simple recipes for Milk Chocolate Lavender Truffles and Dark Chocolate Stout Truffles, among others. Finally, bark is usually a slab of chocolate in which various ingredients are anchored. Peppermint bark is one familiar kind, but you must try the White Chocolate Strawberry Bark and the Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Bark you'll find in this book. Get ready to satisfy your chocolate craving in yummy new ways "
In The Ultimate Book of Chocolate trained pastry chef Melanie Dupuis will teach you how to make your chocolate dreams become a reality. Learn how to temper, mould and decorate like a pro with the complete guide to everything chocolate.
Melanie guides the reader with step-by-step pictures and detailed instructions on all the essential techniques, from tempering to making ganache, chocolate mousse, creme anglaise, biscuit bases, meringue and more. The main recipes include every chocolate dessert you could ever imagine, from caramel bonbons and millionaire’s shortbread to Easter eggs, truffles, macarons, cakes, Swiss rolls, eclairs and more.
This is a masterclass in making chocolate desserts from an expert pastry chef, and is truly a chocoaholic’s dream book!
A masterclass that unveils all the techniques and secrets a chocolate lover could wish for, before moving on to the mouth-watering array of recipes--like Thyme and Honey Filled Chocolates and Madagascan Chocolate Ice Cream This much-loved confectionary's origins are covered first, from the quality of cocoa pods to the varieties of beans, as well as the importance of cocoa content, the difference between the three types of chocolate--plain, milk, and white--and how to appreciate the quality of chocolate. Next, one of the most skilled chocolatiers in the world shares his secrets and recipes. He starts with the basics of tempering and making a bar of chocolate, with advice on how to add flavors--from sesame to Szechuan pepper and rosemary to raspberry--or introduce textures such as chocolate nibs. Once these skills have been mastered, it is time to make some fantastic chocolate creations. Truffle flavors include house dark, framboise, and noval vintage port, while filled chocolates include apricot and wasabi, pistachio, sea salt caramel, and black rice vinegar. Patisserie recipes include Toscano chocolate cadeaux, chocolate and sea salt caramel tarts, and mille-feuilles of chocolate. Cakes and biscuits include chocolate and yuzu cakes, matcha financiers, and miso and walnut biscuits. Other recipes include mousses and souffles; ice creams; and chocolate sauces, icings, fillings, frostings, and spreads. Includes dual measurements.
Discover the history of chocolate in Jewish food and culture with this unique recipe book, bringing together individual recipes from fifty Jewish bakers. The perfect book for chocoholics, anyone keen to grow their repertoire of chocolate-based recipes, or those with an interest in the diverse uses of chocolate in Jewish cooking. This collection is rooted in Jewish tradition, family and place, such as Paulo Gavin's chocolate hazelnut cake, often served during Passover; Claudia Prieto Piastro's 'Chocolate al agua' the most popular breakfast drink in Oaxaca, Mexico; and Aviva Elias' Chocolate Cardamom Truffles, a recipe he adapted to include flavours he enjoyed. With a variety of recipes from your morning hot chocolate, to your afternoon cake, through savoury dinner's and on to chocolate-rich deserts, this book includes a chocolate recipe for any time of day. There are also delicious, naturally gluten-free and vegan recipes to cater a variety of dietary requirements. Each recipe provides an insight into the important role chocolate has played in the Jewish community across the centuries, from Jewish immigrants and refugees taking chocolate from Spain to France in the 1600's, to contemporary Jewish bakers crossing continents to discover, adapt and share new chocolate recipes for today's generation.
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