Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Sweets & Treats with Six Sisters' Stuff, Book Review



Book Summary:


Six Sisters' Stuff is one of the most widely followed cooking and lifestyle blogs with 6.7 million page views per month and their most popular features are their fantastic dessert recipes. Whether quick-and-easy, imaginative show-stoppers, special occasion, holiday-themed or adorably cute and kid-friendly, this new Six Sisters' Stuff cookbook features 110 scrumptious homemade dessert recipes, covering every sweet tooth craving. Step-by-step instructions make it easy to create delicious and imaginative confections using pantry staples including: Mississippi Mud Brownies, Homemade Twix Bars, Nutella Cheesecake, Key Lime Cupcakes, Samoas Popcorn and includes a chapter on super-fast no-bake treats like Mini Peanut Butter Cup Trifles. Sweets & Treats with Six Sisters' Stuff also features imaginative ways to share and showcase your homemade confections including: Ways to Package Treats, Dessert Traditions, Desserts Kids Can Make, and Companion Dessert Craft Projects.


My Review:

Sweets & Treats with Six Sisters' Stuff

So this cookbook is amazing! First and most importantly, it is all about desserts! My favorite!!! Secondly, it is super organized with a section for each type of dessert! Imagine an entire section dedicated just to brownies! I am in heaven! Third, each recipe is neat and organized itself. It has the name, prep time, cook time, total time and then how many servings it makes at the very top for easy reference. The page next to it shows a picture which is a bonus for me, seeing it helps me know if I want to make it! Last of all,  I love this cookbook because it actually contains recipes I want to make and are not so difficult I don't think I could make it happen! Like the chocolate turtle brownies, only 40 minutes from start to finish! This is my kind of baking book friends! I definitely recommend it and see it as a dessert go-to cookbook for any dessert lover! 


Happy Reading!!!


You can pick up your own copy via Amazon.



Source:  Publisher for review

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