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Delicious Christmas Treats: A Complete Collection of Christmas Dessert Recipes - cover

Delicious Christmas Treats: A Complete Collection of Christmas Dessert Recipes

Julia Smith

Publisher: Julia Smith

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Summary

Christmas is a wonderful time of the year, but that does not mean you can survive without quality treats right?! 
This recipe book with some of the best Christmas treat recipes is going to ensure you spend the winter holidays having a great time. 
Julia Smith has put together one of the best Chrismas treat cookbooks you are ever going to see.

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