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Offers an assortment of more than fifty cookie recipes, including chocolate chip cookies, twice-baked cookies, butter cookies and shortbread, macaroons, and classic cookies.
Mind-Blowing Cookies for Every Craving Up your cookie game to out-of-this-world incredible with DisplacedHousewife founder Rebecca Firth’s amazing, all-new gourmet recipes. Whether you’re looking for a cookie that can be mixed and baked in under an hour or something a little more complex, these desserts will dazzle your taste buds like never before. Choose from over 75 indulgent recipes, including: • Everything Chocolate Chip Cookies • Red Velvet Madeleines • Stuffed Pretzel Caramel Skillet Cookie • A Sugar Cookie for Every Occasion • Lemony White Chocolate Truffles • Peanut Butter Cup Meringues • The Holy Sh*t S’more Cookie • Ooey Gooey Fudgy Brownies • Cold Brew Cookies • Gavin’s Salted Caramel Blondies With insider tips and tricks to creating the best baked goods around, you’ll be rocking the bake sale, delighting your coworkers and impressing your in-laws in no time. Cookie connoisseurs, rejoice!
Presents over two hundred recipes for cookies, biscuits, and brownies.
Shortcut baking can be easy and sophisticated — for novices, experts, and everyone in between! More than 800 quick and delicious recipes from the winner of The Food Network's Ultimate Recipe Showdown—including the $25,000 winning recipe! Beginning with a box of cake mix, brownie mix, refrigerated cookie dough—or opting for an equally easy no-bake cookie—is not only easier than pie, but also leads to sweet success time and time again. Home bakers have always taken advantage of newly available shortcuts, whether in the form of pre-shelled and chopped nuts, shredded coconut, measured sticks of butter, or the uniform bits of chocolate we know so well as "chips." Making quick, easy, and delicious desserts using store-bought mixes and other shortcuts is not about abandoning traditional cookie and dessert recipes, but about celebrating a host of new options. Each recipe in this collection has been streamlined for easy, everyday baking—if you can wield a wooden spoon, you have all the skills necessary to start turning out any of these mouth-watering treats. Go from Humble Beginnings to Scrumptious Endings With These Clever Shortcuts: A roll of refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough becomes Decadent Chocolate-Dipped Toffee Chippers Start with applesauce and a package of devil's food cake mix to make Devil's Food Whoopies with Cocoa Fluff Filling With quick-cooking oats, a few minutes, and no oven, you can make German Chocolate Cookies Start with fresh pears and a package of vanilla cake mix to make Fresh Pear Cookies with Browned Butter Icing A package of spice cake mix becomes Chai Spice Cookies With miniature candy bars and a roll of refrigerated sugar cookie dough, you can make Candy Bar Cookie Pops Using a package of brownie mix you can wow your guests with Bananas Foster Chocolate Upside Down Cake And over 800 others…including the Food Network's Ultimate Recipe Showdown $25,000-winning cookie recipe!
Full of fun facts, myths, secrets, and cookie recipes apt to make you as famous as Amos among your family and friends, The Great American Chocolate Chip Cookie Book makes for great reading and great baking. The advent and swift rise of the chocolate chip cookie offers some of the best stories in American myth-making and king-making. It might feel like this favorite treat is part of our national heritage, perhaps dating back to the founding fathers, but not until 1930 was the first batch impulsively baked in the kitchen of a Massachusetts inn. How quickly it became our nation’s favorite is what makes the chocolate chip cookie more relentlessly American than even apple pie. Easily commodified and mass-produced, it birthed new business moguls overnight, ultimately accounting for more than half of all homemade cookies, with sales of 6 billion packaged cookies annually in the U.S.—it’s the stuff of legend. Revisit the Toll House Inn kitchen of Ruth Wakefield, who one fateful day took an ice pick to a block of chocolate and sprinkled it into her cookie dough, spawning a national craving that continues unabated to this day. Get to know the first chocolate chip cookie-preneurs and their unlikely success stories. Did you know that Wally “Famous” Amos was a successful music talent agent who signed Dionne Warwick and Simon and Garfunkel to recording contracts before he decided a brighter future lay in perfecting his dear aunt’s irresistible cookie recipe? Or that Mrs. Fields was a determined young trophy wife whose husband said her idea of trying to sell her chunky, chewy cookies would never work? And the recipes are packed into this book like brown sugar in a measuring cup, from close approximations of the original Toll House and Mrs. Fields recipes to creative variations like Cake Mix Chocolate Chip Cookies and Pudding Chocolate Chip Cookies. Vegan, gluten-free, and low-fat/low-cal recipes are here, too. So whether you prefer yours crunchy or soft, with or without nuts, you’ll be delighted by the wealth of fun facts and delicious recipes in The Great American Chocolate Chip Cookie Book—and you’re sure to be scrambling for the pantry or nearest bakery to feed your craving.
Offers instructions on the basics of cookie baking and decorating techniques, with recipes organized into such cookie categories as drops, cutout, bars, and no-bakes, and special chapters on holiday treats and sweet and savory cocktail cookies.
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