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The Llamacorn Cookbook - cover

The Llamacorn Cookbook

Barbara Beery

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

The one-horned animals of Llamacorn Land are excited to share their favorite snacks and treats with you! Make Llamacorn’s Meringue Cookies, Enchanted Unicorn Horns, Girafficorn’s Cloud Cakes, Baked Snowflakes, Snakicorn’s Loop-de-Loop Pretzels, Laa-Tee-Dah Pink Limeade, and more. Try all 45 recipes, both as savory and sweet. 

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