I received a copy of One Bowl Baking in order to facilitate an honest review.
Simple, From Scratch Recipes for Delicious Desserts
Baking yields wonderful and beautiful items for the eye to behold and the tastebuds to explode. It also, sometimes, involves bowl after bowl to prepare the finished baked good. With Yvonne Ruperti’s One Bowl Baking book, baking just got a whole lot less messy.
Yvonne Ruperti is a recipe developer extraordinaire. With her new book, One Bowl Baking: Simply, From Scratch Recipes for Delicious Desserts, bakers of any skill level will be able to tempt taste-buds with kitchen deliciousness with a uniquely simplified approach to baking. Through the pages of her new book, Ruperti shows how to create beautiful, delicious and wholesome desserts from scratch using just one bowl. It’s perfect for anyone who loves convenience and the ease of a mix, but wants to do it with 100 percent homemade quality and gourmet results!
I can’t think of another cookbook I own that simplifies baking–not by using cake mixes, but rather by eliminating the extra steps, the exra appliances and the extra bowls. I’m talking no electric mixers, no food processors, or other fancy schmancy equipment. It’s a book that gets that we’re all busy, but we still want to bake from scratch. Another great thing about this book is that most of the recipes can even be assembled and in the oven in 15-minutes or less! Psst…some of the recipes don’t even requie a bowl–they’re mixed directly in the pan!
The recipes nestled inside this book begin with breakfast–muffins, scones and carry us through the day with cupcakes, cookies, layer cakes, cheesecakes, tarts and more. There’s Sour Cream Breakfast Biscuits and Sweet and Salty Pretzel Crunch Cupcakes. All in all, more than 100 quick mix recipes for incredible delicious sweets!
About the Author:
Yvonne Ruperti appeared on the Emmy-nominated cooking show American’s Test Kitchen for three seasons and was a recipe developer and writer for Cook’s Illustrated magazine. She writes for the blog, Serious Eats, and is the author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Easy Artisan Bread. She currently splits her time between Singapore, where she is tasting and experimenting with local ingredients and New York City. Follow her on Twitter @bonneruperti