The Hummingbird Bakery Cookbook: The Number One Best-Seller Now Revised And Expanded With New Recipes

October 31, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Full recipe list in review. Beautiful cupcakes and other delicious baked goods. . . As a mad keen foodie – that’s cooking and baking as well as stuffing my face! – I love love love coffee or tea and . . .cupcakes! I’ve been meaning to buy this recipe book for ages and now I’ve got it, I love it!You can google recipes all day long but it’s definitely better to have it in a book, right infront of you!This isn’t a big book but – it has a lot in it! 72 delicious cupcake – muffin – cookie – cake – pie and brownie concoctions.Very well presented -…

Anonymous says:

Kindle version is NOT the same as the Printed Copy I have the Kindle version and have tried a few of the recipes – all unsuccessfully… the ratio of ingredients is all wrong. One recipe has 3 tbsp of baking powder to make 16 cupcakes which results in cake mixture all over the oven!. Comparing my Kindle version to a friend’s printed version for the same recipe however the same recipe in the printed copy makes 12 cupcakes and lists 1 tbsp of baking powder. I don’t have a copy of the printed version but the ratio of the quantities seems much more…

Anonymous says:

Not sure what some are doing wrong! I’ve owned this book for a few years now and it’s always my “go to” for cupcakes. They always turn out perfectly; soft, light and delicious. I tend to reduced the frosting amounts by half if I’m just spreading it on rather than piping as I find it a bit much otherwise! The double chocolate chip cookies are incredible and my toddler is a big fan of the savoury muffins which are ideal for keeping in the freezer and can be defrosted in the microwave on about 30 seconds. I find the cooking…

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