When it comes to baking, less is more.
Would you believe that you can make high-quality, no-stress sweets using just three ingredients? What if those recipes can be made with ingredients you already have on hand or can buy in a single trip to just one grocery store? Does it sound too good to be true? Charmian Christie, creator of blog The Messy Baker, promises that it's not!
In The 3-Ingredient Baking Book, she shares 101 delicious and easy-to-follow recipes, from cookies to ice cream, to help you spend less time in the kitchen and less money on food. Whether you're looking for entertaining-worthy desserts or just want to make yourself an effortless treat, Charmian has you covered. Impress your guests with Quick Chocolate Mousse, Mini Baklava Bites or a heaping serving of Strawberry Eton Mess. Feeling like a bit of self-indulgence? Keep it simple with Peanut Butter Cookies, Maple Popcorn or Chocolate Hazelnut Mug Cake. She also provides tips and tricks, must-have pantry items and equipment, and walks you through how to avoid the most common baking mistakes.
If you're new to baking, this book is a great place to start. Nothing here is too difficult and you won't have to spend a car payment on speciality pans. If you're a seasoned pro, you'll find inspiration and new ways to make old favorites without the fuss. So grab an apron and take the 3-ingredient challenge!
About the author
CHARMIAN CHRISTIE is a writer who specializes in food, gardening and storytelling. On her blog, The Messy Baker, she writes about food and daily life. She has also written for a range of publications including More, Edible Toronto, Canadian Gardening and The Globe and Mail. She makes regular television appearances on CTV. She has a new iPhone app called Kitchen Disasters and How to Fix Them. This is her first cookbook.
Visit her online at the messybaker.com
Included in Forbes' The Best Dessert Cookbooks Of 2019: "Perfect for someone who's new to baking, this book is filled with easy-to-follow, 3-ingredient recipes crafted by Charmian Christie, recipe developer, culinary instructor and creator of the blog The Messy Baker."