What’s for Dessert By Claire Saffitz

What’s for Dessert By Claire Saffitz

“Whether you’re into flambés, soufflés, or simple loaf cakes this book offers over 100 different answers to that all-important question: What’s for dessert?”―Claire Saffitz

Claire Saffitz returns with 100 recipes for all dessert people―whether you’re into impressive-yet-easy molten lava cakes, comforting rice pudding, or decadent chestnut brownies.

In this all-new collection, Claire shares recipes for icebox cakes, pies, cobblers, custards, cookies and more, all crafted to be as streamlined as possible. (No stand mixer? No problem! You won’t need one.)

To keep the recipes straightforward and simple, Claire makes sure each recipe is extra efficient, whether you’re making a Whipped Tres Leches Cake with Hazelnuts or Caramel Peanut Popcorn Bars. Fans will find all the warmth, encouragement, and deliciously foolproof recipes with loads of troubleshooting advice that they’ve come to count on from Claire.

My Thoughts:

I was so excited to read and review this delicious dessert cookbook, and I literally cannot wait to bake pretty much everything in this book. My husband has made me a list of everything he wants me to bake for him. It is such a wonderful cookbook with over 100 recipes from easy to hard. I like how the book is made up into different sections and the images are just amazing. I always like a cookbook where it shows you what the end product should look like. It is easy to follow, with lots of encouragements through out so you feel as though you can make the dessert. There are so many good recipes in here and I also like how it shows you different techniques at the back of the book so if you are a novice it gives you step by step guides on how to achieve a good result. I cannot wait to start making some of these recipes. Don’t read this book when hungry.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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