Have fun in the kitchen with this game-changing collection of over 100 brilliantly simple baking recipes using ONLY 3 INGREDIENTS
'Full of simple and straightforward recipes, even the most inexperienced of bakers will be able to make yummy treats for their friends and family' Mail Online
As heard on BBC Radio 2's Chris Evans Breakfast Show . . .
This book makes baking easier than you ever thought possible, with 100 surprising and brilliantly simple recipes for cakes, biscuits, breads, desserts, savoury bakes and frozen treats.
Keep the whole family entertained with this essential collection of no-fuss treats that guarantee fun in the kitchen. With minimal ingredients required, Three Ingredient Baking lets you utilise what you already have in your cupboards to create deceivingly delicious treats that'll look like they took five times longer.
Tickle your tastebuds with...
- Deliciously decadent GOLDEN SHARDS OF HONEYCOMB
- Magical FLUFFY SCONES for a quick cream tea
- A slice of the tropics with DARK CHOCOLATE AND COCONUT BOUNTY BARS
- Crisp, light-as-a-pillow PALMIER PASTRIES filled with CINNAMON SUGAR
These are fast, fun and affordable recipes to suit small budgets, total beginners, and anyone looking to whip up something delicious at the very last minute, including gluten- and guilt-free options.
Once you discover the magic of Three Ingredient Baking, you won't look back.
'These recipes really work, and they all taste like they have taken five times as long to make' The Times
'Being a star baker? It's so simple . . . recipes that use just three ingredients to make fabulous showstoppers without any fuss' Daily Mail
'We're amazed that you can make so many delicious cakes, bakes and puddings with just three ingredients' Good Food
'Have a sweet tooth but don't have the time or equipment for complicated baking? This book might just have the answer' The Independent
'This engagingly written book would make an ideal present for children who love messing around in the kitchen, or anyone who fancies cooking something tasty with minimum fuss' Daily Mail