ISBN: 1641521376
EAN13: 9781641521376
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 7, 2018
Pages: 200
Dimensions: 0.75" H x 9.21" L x 7.52" W
Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Format: Paperback

The Baking Cookbook for Teens: 75 Delicious Recipes for Sweet and Savory Treats

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Book Overview

Discover the joy of baking with sweet and savory recipes for ages 13 and up

Whether you want to be a professional baker someday or you're just craving some cookies, this book will help you develop baking skills that last a lifetime. The Baking Cookbook for Teens introduces you to fundamental cooking concepts and offers a fun mix of 75 delicious recipes for putting your new knowledge into practice.

Don't worry if you've never set foot in the kitchen―the simple and straightforward guidance in this book teaches you everything you need to know, starting with kitchen safety, proper mixing technique, handling eggs, and more. Once you've got that down, dive into beginner-friendly recipes for everything from breakfast treats and desserts to savory breads and pizzas.

Go beyond other cookbooks for teens with:

  • Baking fundamentals―Learn how to bake like a pro with easy-to-understand guides that teach you the basics and set you up for success.
  • Recipes worth celebrating―Discover handy recipe lists for special occasions, including bake sales, sleepovers, and birthday parties.
  • Ranked recipes―Find recipes ranked by difficulty, making it a snap to find the ones that fit your skill level.

Grab your apron and get baking with The Baking Cookbook for Teens.

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5
   It worked!!!!!
This was for my daughter's birthday, so I could get some more dessert in my life, and not that easy-bake oven mess dads have to choke down and act appreciative of. What I wanted most was real dessert, not a brownie. Paton had been stockpiling all the butter and flour for this long awaited and hope filed day. My patience and diligence has paid off, and I can now testify to you that there is hope, and that hope can be found in this colorful collection of sensational recipes. Buy it, and encourage that baker in your life to always double the cookie recipe.
 
3
   Recipes are occasionally inaccurate! (review from a teen using book)
I generally enjoy baking and the final product, he said. However, I almost never try a recipe because I have a hard time doing so or I don't enjoy the final product. The other two recipes I have tried are the lemon pudding cake and raspberry melt aways. The melt aways are good but the recipe is wrong. The glaze calls for 2 cups of confectioners sugar, but that is too much, and we ended up having to double the amount of juice we used. The entire recipe took me about four hours to make, plus I had to sift through the pecans. It's more of a book that is meant to sit on a shelf and look pretty, rather than being useful, she said. If you're looking for a book with easy recipes that won't take a long time to make to purchase for your teen, I would not recommend this book.
 
4
   Great book, but some recipes don't work and there are no pictures
It's a good book, for the most part, but some of the recipes don't work, such as the flourless double chocolate cookies. They were weird and not that good tasting, Melissa said. They were over-chocolatey, so if you make these I would recommend adding less cocoa powder, and they were a bad texture so I would also recommend adding flour if you're not allergic to gluten.
 
4
   Good product
It was a hit with my 14 year old. She's been watching cooking shows and she wants to bake. Many of the time, she didn't understand the terms. They made delicious lemon bars, Mr. Caramore said. Like others, Mr. Kennedy has said the photographs would have made this star-studded set of movies. If they had invested in photography, I would have paid more for the book.
 
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   Almost zero photos - boo
My teen has rejected the book because it has so few photos. He needs more than just pictures to take his next steps. So if that's what you're looking for, don't get me wrong, I'm all for the second one.
 
5
   Recipes teens will want to bake!
This book is great. Great selection of things teens want to bake, easy to understand and an explanation of baking terms and products the teen will need to understand, Melissa said.
 
5
   Great book for teens
She was very excited to try the new recipes and make them her own. They are a bit advanced but not too much to where they can try, he said.
 
1
   Recipe photos are nonexistent
The other book I bought had a big, beautiful photo in bold technicolor on each page showing every finished item, minus photos of the foods. For those who are new to the kitchen, I feel photos are extremely helpful and make for a more achievable end result. In reality, there are a few photos at the very beginning of cooking utensilspans and only a few photos of the food items. There are a few cartoon drawings as well, but the book is disappointing, especially for the price. It reminds me of a book I had as a teenager: The Whole Nine Yards by Julia Child.
 
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