- Paperback: 264 pages
- Publisher: Robert Rose (October 9, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0778804186
- ISBN-13: 978-0778804185
- Cover price $24.95
ABOUT THE BIG BOOK OF BABYCAKES CAKE POP MAKER RECIPES
The irresistible homemade morsels are back — bake and decorate an even wider variety of treats.
Cake pops are so much fun to make, decorate and serve! By popular demand, they’re back in this comprehensive cookbook that will appeal to novice and experienced cake pops enthusiasts alike. These all-new recipes feature brand new flavors and completely unique applications for the amazingly versatile Babycakes® cake pop maker.
Dozens of color step-by-step photos in the introductory pages provide an inspirational and instructional kick start. They provide decorating inspiration for simple and fancy pops. You’ll be able to simply and easily understand and ultimately execute fun and creative decorating ideas. The show-stopping presentation ideas are incredible — everything from a cake pops arrangement that says “get well” to a sports team celebration and New Year’s Eve celebrations.
Thousands of consumers have enjoyed the recipes for the little cake gems on a stick, doughnuts and savory appetizers from 175 Best Babycakes® Cake Pop Maker Recipes and this completely new book jam-packed with fantastic ideas is also sure to be a hit.
Kathy Moore and Roxanne Wyss are leading experts on small appliances and they wrote the booklet that is packed with the Babycakes® cake pop maker by Select Brands. They are the founders of The Electrified Cooks, www.pluggedintocooking.com.
I received a copy of The Big Book Of Babycakes Cake Pop Maker Recipes. Cakepops are awesome, they’re small and just fun. They’re great to make for families and gatherings, bake sales and parties. The book is broken into four sections – Getting Started, Sweets and Treats, Mealtime Sidekicks,, and Gifts and Centerpieces. The Getting Started section of the book contains lots of useful information on how to use a cake pop machine, commonly used ingredients, decorating tips and more. After that there are tons of recipes. The recipes are all clearly written and easy to understand. Many of them contain variations, tips and suggestions. Prep and cooking time is missing, however most of the recipes only cook for about 5-8 minutes so the cooking time is sort of understood. There aren’t many pictures in the book, but the ones there are clear and colorful. There is also a section of photo tutorials for commonly used techniques. I do wish there were more pictures, for me they can really say a lot. I like that this cookbook reminds readers to think beyond the obvious. I probably wouldn’t have thought of using a cake pop maker for anything besides a dessert, this cookbook even contains recipes for snacks and appetizers. This book would be great for anyone that has or is getting a cake pop maker.
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