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#34: Cupcakes and Mini Cakes #DKCanadaMothersDay

Mother's Day Boutique

Mother's Day is coming right around the corner, and now is the time to take advantage of the Mother's Day Boutique at DK Canada and get your mom a great gift. With so many different books to choose from, you are sure to find something to appeal to your mom. Is she a baker, or quilter? Does she garden or maybe she loves wine? Those are in the boutique and more!

Here is what rocked my world;
Cupcakes and Mini Cupcakes
  • Hardcover: 256 pages
  • Publisher: DK (January 19, 2015)
  • ISBN: 9781465430052

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For all of you adventurous bakers, this is what you need. This awesome step-by-step, fully illustrated book has everything in it to teach you how to make the prettiest cakes, cupcakes, cake pops and more. 
It shows you what tools you will need, and exactly how to implement them. I can't wait to start practicing with some of these cake tools, and make prettier cakes. For now, I went with one of the non-cake recipes. Yup, you read right. And I actually made two.
White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Bark


Milk Chocolate, Hazelnut, Raisin Bark
I love bark, had never made my own before and was blown away by how easy it is, never mind how tasty too! I was also surprised by some of the recipes that were not cake. I was surprised they were even in the book. I'm glad though, the bark turned out amazeballs and I know it will be something I make a lot of. 
I can't wait to try a granola bar recipe, and as I said earlier, some of the cake decorating with the tools, like pretty edging. I look forward to learning how to do that.

Be sure to check this book out or one of the other great books in the boutique. Get one for your mom to enjoy today, or get one as a treat to yourself if you are a cookbook-loving mom!


5/5


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  1. These are definitely great ideas fro Mother's Day. I also seen many other of interest from clicking the link. Thanks, great idea.

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