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The Best Bake Sale Ever Cookbook - cover

The Best Bake Sale Ever Cookbook

Barbara Grunes

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Summary

More than 120 quick and easy recipes for irresistible, kid-friendly treats that make for guaranteed bake sale success! 
 
For every mother who has repackaged last-minute, store-bought brownies in tinfoil, The Best Bake Sale Ever Cookbook is a godsend. Packed with simple, crowd-pleasing recipes, it’s a terrific one-stop kitchen companion for parents, kids, or anyone on the go.  
 
Cookies, brownies, breads, bars, cupcakes, muffins, cakes, pies, and more, this essential cookbook is stocked with bake sale sell-outs. Also included are helpful tips for packaging each delicious treat to ensure a beautiful presentation—and maximize sales. From chocolate-dipped fortune cookies to frosted ice cream cone cakes, these delightful recipes will inspire the baker (and fundraiser) in everyone.
Available since: 10/19/2012.
Print length: 336 pages.

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