The Great British Bake Off: Get Baking for Friends and Family (Hardcover)
FEATURES DELICIOUS AND EASY-TO-FOLLOW RECIPES FROM THE NEW SERIES. More than 100 beautiful and mouth-watering sweet and savoury bakes, from Paul Hollywood, Prue Leith and all the series 8 and 9 bakers. As well as helpful hints, tips and tricks, and easy step-by-step instructions and photographs throughout.
Cakes, including Sticky Toffee Apple Caramel Cake, Hot Chocolate Cake, and Stem Ginger Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting and Salted Caramel
Biscuits, including Wagon Wheels, Salted Caramel Millionaire's Shortbread, and Coffee and Amaretto Kisses
Breads, including Irish Quick Bread, Stuffed Smoked Paprika Loaf, and Cinnamon Brioche Bread
Puds and Desserts, including Banana Toffee Sponge, Chocolate Terrine with Pistachio Praline, and Hungarian Apple Pie
Sweet Pastry and Patisserie, including Prue's Mince Pies, Chocolate Palmiers, and Cherry Frangipane Pies
Savoury Bakes, including Savoury Veggie Samosa;, Potato Crust Quiche, and Courgette and Kale Tarts
As well as helpful hints, tips and tricks, and easy step-by-step instructions and photographs throughout.
On your marks, get set, BAKE!
The Great British Bake Off: Get Baking for Friends & Family will encourage and empower amateur bakers of all abilities to have a go at home, taking inspiration from The Great British Bake Off's most ambitious bakes but with simplified recipes and straightforward instructions that will enable even complete beginners to impress their nearest and dearest.
From children's birthdays and charity bake sales to celebrating with a loved one or simply enjoying sweet treat over a cup of tea and a catch-up with a dear friend, Get Baking for Friends & Family is a celebration of all those shared moments: both in the joy of making and in the simple pleasure of indulging in something really delicious
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