Baking should be rewarding and stress-free but sometimes it can seem like a chore. In "Weekend Baking", Sarah Randell offers delicious treats that the whole family will love, without demanding hours in the kitchen. Turn to Small Cakes, Muffins and Meringues and bake a batch of Crunchy-topped raspberry and banana muffins. Cookies and Biscuits are for adults and kids alike - the little ones will love helping out with Bright-as-a-button biscuits. When you want to pop a treat in your child's school lunchbox, Tray Bakes, Bars and Slices like Throw-together muesli squares will come to the rescue. If you've promised to bring a cake to a friend's house for a get-together, why not try baking something In a Flash? Apple and Amaretto cake is to-die-for and speedy to make. Make use of a free hour on the weekend to get ahead and fill the tins with something moreish like a really lemony gluten-free cake. Finally, when a Special Occasion calls for a special cake, you'll find plenty of inspiration in this chapter.
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Sarah Randell has worked in Australia, New Zealand and New York. For over ten years, she worked with Delia Smith in the development of recipes for her magazine, television programmes and 13 of her best-selling cookery books. Sarah is now Food Director at Sainsbury's Magazine.
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Book Description Ryland Peters & Small, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 1849750327