Crazy About Cookies Scrumptious Recipes for Every Occasion Craving sterling publishing crazy about cookies go cookie crazy join krystina castella author of the popular crazy about cupcakes as she shares than sweet reasons to be crazy about cookies choose from del

  • Title: Crazy About Cookies: 300 Scrumptious Recipes for Every Occasion & Craving
  • Author: Krystina Castella
  • ISBN: 9781402769139
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Paperback
  • sterling publishing crazy about cookies go cookie crazy join krystina castella author of the popular crazy about cupcakes as she shares than 300 sweet reasons to be crazy about cookies choose from delicious recipes to enjoy every day at holidays and special occasions as well as goodies that are ideal for bake sales and cookie exchanges also includes healthful greatsterling publishing crazy about cookies go cookie crazy join krystina castella author of the popular crazy about cupcakes as she shares than 300 sweet reasons to be crazy about cookies choose from delicious recipes to enjoy every day at holidays and special occasions as well as goodies that are ideal for bake sales and cookie exchanges also includes healthful great tasting vegan sugar free low fat and gluten free treats whether you are hankering for a comforting munchie or on the hunt for new decorating ideas you ll find it all in crazy about cookies author krystina castella softcover 289 pages imported.

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    One Reply to “Crazy About Cookies: 300 Scrumptious Recipes for Every Occasion & Craving”

    1. I have the "Kohl's Cares" edition, so 100% of the book cost supports Kids' Health and Education, that in itself deserves a star.Castella does a nice of job of explaining why the ingredients are important, how to use tools, and how to make changes to the recipes for specific health needs. The directions are easy to follow. The recipes are a bit unorganized and some start at the end of a page--the flipping back and forth is sure to cause a baking mishap. I also would have looked more pictures but [...]

    2. This book was the third cookie cookbook that our What's Cooking group discussed. We think this one was the best for home cooks. Instructions are clear and simple to follow. Ingredients are easy to find.However, we didn't like that the recipes flow one right after another making it necessary to turn pages (or in the case of one participant - not realizing that there was a photo that went along with the recipe she chose because her instructions ended on one page but the photo was on the next page) [...]

    3. Originally published at BethsBookReviewsI continued my library cookbook binge with this yummy book. I was initially excited to read it but quickly became disillusioned.This started off fine with descriptions of ingredients and baking methods, etc. but once I actually hit the recipes they were so tangled together that I quickly just gave up and abandoned the book entirely. It just was not worth it.By tangled I mean that each cookie's recipe did not start on a fresh page. So, if one recipe ended a [...]

    4. I came across this book while wandering in a book store and picked it up becasue I have her other book called, Crazy about Cupcakes. I like the way Krystina provides easy to follow directions and techniques for baking and decorating in both of her books. She also does a nice job explaining the various ingrediants, what they do, and why they are important. She explains the various tools to use and how to use them. I also apprecaite that she provides modifications for dietary needs. She has quite [...]

    5. I enjoyed this quite readily but it does have some flaws. Like a lot of modern cookbooks some of the recipes are out there. But you know what they say, different strokes for different folks. I'll stick w/ the more traditional ones but there is a healthy balance in here w/ a few to draw out my curious nature. One thing I will say I was not a fan of is the organization. It is pretty muddled. The very first recipe is an example of this. The picture appears on one page then you have to turn the page [...]

    6. Quite a comprehensive compilation. My kids and I are working our way through the less complex ones (snickerdoodles!) but they also have way more involved cookies with shapes that you have to mold out of almond paste and things like that. They also have gluten free recipes and notes on how to make cookies gluten free.

    7. Starts with a lot of reading - details about baking and such. Lots of variety for everyday and special occasions even includes cocktail parties (a couple of savory but most have liqueur). Special ones for babies and pets. Some categories don't have many types.Nothing I'm dying to try.

    8. This book had wonderful, delicious recipes! My niece and I baked the brownie cookies on page 78 and made them into ice cream sandwiches! They were scrumptious!The font that the ingredients are listed in is very tiny and with the serif is difficult to read.

    9. Looks like more than just cookies: sorbet, savory cookies, smores. Frankly, everything looks delicious and I'm hungry. I'll review this at a later time.

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