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#98: Sweets and Treats with Six Sisters’ Stuff (With Recipe)

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The Six Sisters, Camille, Kristen, Elyse, Stephanie, Lauren, and Kendra, started their blog in 2011 to keep in touch after they moved out of their house and started lives and families on their own and in just a few years it has become one of the top blog sites for women with millions of visitors each month, sharing stories of family, recipes and tips for running a home. The sisters live in the Southwest and Midwest. They are featured columnists for Woman's Day magazine.
Six Sisters' Stuff is one of the most widely followed cooking and lifestyle blogs with 6.7 million page views per month and their most popular features are their fantastic dessert recipes. Whether quick-and-easy, imaginative show-stoppers, special occasion, holiday-themed or adorably cute and kid-friendly, this new Six Sisters' Stuff cookbook features 110 scrumptious homemade dessert recipes, covering every sweet tooth craving. Step-by-step instructions make it easy to create delicious and imaginative confections using pantry staples including: Mississippi Mud Brownies, Homemade Twix Bars, Nutella Cheesecake, Key Lime Cupcakes, Samoas Popcorn and includes a chapter on super-fast no-bake treats like Mini Peanut Butter Cup Trifles. Sweets & Treats with Six Sisters' Stuff also features imaginative ways to share and showcase your homemade confections including: Ways to Package Treats, Dessert Traditions, Desserts Kids Can Make, and Companion Dessert Craft Projects.
  • Paperback: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Shadow Mountain (September 29, 2015)
  • ISBN: 9781629720791

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My review for 12 Days Of Christmas Six Sisters Stuff
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REVIEW:
Another awesome hit from the six sister's!
I have a thing for Nutella. Last year, I made Nutella Banana Bread. This year I made Nutella brownies.

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These delicious, chewy, fudge Nutella brownies are the bomb!! They are so easy to make, and they are so moist and yummy! They are ideal for people who are serious chocolate lovers. The hubby thought they were a little rich, so you won't be able to eat too many in a row, but for a nice dessert, they are perfect.
There is also a recipe for Red Velvet Cake I have to try. That was our wedding cake, we love it so much, so I know it's one I have to try soon, along with a few others.  Each dessert has step-by-step instructions, accompanied by beautiful photos to show you how it's supposed to look if you follow the recipe. Some of the recipes are more advanced than others but they made it easy to follow to ensure you do it right. I like some of the no-bake treats. They look like they are super easy, and even people who are not so handy in the kitchen could be a hit with some of those recipes. 
I think this is a great addition to my recipe book collection. I have ideas for days now!! I hope to see you making some yummy treats from it soon too!

5/5



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