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Muffins new edition - cover

Muffins new edition

Cyndi Duncan, Georgie Patrick

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

From comforting favorites to spicy surprises, these delicious recipes include more than 70 breakfast staples, fruity bites, savory morsels, and delightfully decadent excuses to indulge. With ideas for ingredient substitutions, baking methods, and other kitchen tips, you will soon be creating treats for your friends and family. There’s muffin to it!
Available since: 09/20/2022.
Print length: 128 pages.

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