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Haven’t baked anything from this yet, but I really love the way it’s set up. There were a number of recipes that had me salivating. I was surprised because I got the first Baked book out of the library several times and I couldn’t ever really get excited about more than a few recipes. I wanted to like it more than I actually did. I also liked that I can skip whole sections if they feature ingredients I don’t like (hello banana!). And though I hate peanut butter in my desserts, my fiance is sure
I am a huge fan of these chefs and their writing style. They are quirky and interesting and clearly know their way around simple, classic ingredients. I own their first cookbook Baked, and really enjoyed the range of recipes, particularly the bars. Baked Elements takes all of the best parts of their first cookbook and presents a refreshing, new take on the world’s best ingredients: lemon, chocolate, banana, pumpkin, caramel, peanut butter, booze, cheese, in that order. There are two more that I
I could eat lemon bars every single day of my life until I die. I have made lemon bars from nearly every cookbook I own (which is the size of a library). A good lemon meringue pie will make me cry with happiness. A cookbook with a section devoted to lemons and citrus fruits is immediately a 10/10 for me. How do lime tarragon cookies sound to you? Like heaven to me.
There are pumpkin cheesecake bars that have my name all over them. The chocolate cheesecake muffins are going to be on my table next week. I can barely prevent myself from sprint home from work RIGHT NOW to make an antique caramel cake. The name “lacy panty cakes with whiskey sauce” is worth the price of the book. (After much searching on google, I found that lacy panty cakes are kind of like a pancake. I think. Unsure, I will make these and report back to you.)
I share these 10 favorite ingredients with authors Lewis and Poliafito, because they really are the scrummiest. The Pumpkin Almond Cake is a win-win-winner. You won’t want to waste all your extra pumpkin on any other recipes. A boozy champion is the Whiskey Peach Upside-Down Cake, which deserves high acolades in the form whiskey whipped cream dollops. I am working my way up to what I see as the ultimate Baked Elements cake: the Bananas Cake, a cover-worthy cake layered with chocolate and peanut