No-Bake Desserts (Paperback)
103 Easy Recipes for No-Bake Cookies, Bars, and Treats (RecipeLion)
St. Martin's Griffin, 9781250123367, 240pp.
Publication Date: July 3, 2017
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In this second RecipeLion cookbook, Cutthroat Kitchen winner Addie Gundry shows you how to combine your favorite flavors, from fruit and chocolate to nuts and caramel, into 103 easy no-bake cheesecakes, pies, fruit tarts, candies, cookies, bites, bars, fruit desserts, frozen desserts, gelatin desserts, puddings, and adorable single-serving desserts in a jar. And each dessert is no-bake, so there’s no need to take up space in the oven. Combining her professional French culinary training with her love of easy entertaining solutions, Addie translates classic favorites from tiramisu to banana cream pie into easy go-to recipes that you’ll use all year round. Learn how to whip up Chocolate Éclair Cake, Mini Lemon Meringue Pies, Strawberry Shortcake in a Jar, and Peanut Butter Cheesecake Bites with ease in Addie's No-Bake Desserts.
About the Author
ADDIE GUNDRY received her masters in culinary arts at Auguste Escoffier in Avignon, France. She has worked for chefs including Daniel Boulud, Thomas Keller, and Martha Stewart on management, restaurant openings, brand development, editorial, marketing, and sales. In 2015, she won Cutthroat Kitchen on The Food Network. As the executive producer for RecipeLion, Addie creates culinary content for multiple web platforms and communities. She excels at making easy recipes elegant. Her books include Everyday Dinner Ideas, Family Favorite Casserole Recipes, and Festive Holiday Recipes.
Praise For No-Bake Desserts: 103 Easy Recipes for No-Bake Cookies, Bars, and Treats (RecipeLion)…
"It was love at first sight with Addie’s beautiful book and me. She understands the challenges of cooking in a modern world, and has
addressed them in clever and sophisticated ways. The recipes are quick, easy, super-fun, and accessible to cooks of all levels. Be
warned—you’ll be throwing a lot more parties now."
-Leslie Bilderback, author of Mug Cakes