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Cake Pops + Treats from Little and Friday

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Cake Pops + Treats from Little and Friday
List price: $79.98
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8.57% of people buy Cake Pops and Treats from Little and Friday ~ Hardback ~ Kim Evans.

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
Review by John on 4th November, 2011
4 stars "Great for baking lovers!"

Great book for all baking lovers, has some fun ideas to try out and impress everyone. Very good presentation and easy to follow and the only thing that makes this book a bit hard to follow is that it is from America so it assumes that you can buy all of the items from your local super market.



Release date Australia
September 14th, 2010
Country of Publication
United States
col. ill
Chronicle Books
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The newest way to eat cake since the cupcake, these cute little treats are cake and frosting mixed together, dipped in chocolate or other candy coating, and decorated to make little yellow chicks, reindeer, jack-o-lanterns, a box of popcorn, and the most famous so far--one that looks like a cupcake. The cupcake version got Bakerella onto the Martha Stewart Show, where she wowed Martha with how cute and easy they were to make.

The book includes more than 40 projects from koala bears and cute puppies to ghosts and snowmen. Basic recipes show how to make a classic cake pop and readers can go to the projects to embellish them into fabulously cute treats. Cake pops can be made with boxed cake mix and store-bought frosting but recipes from scratch are included for those who want them. Plus an extensive section of resources includes lists and photos of the different decorations that can be used to make the pops (red hots to oreos) and an array or Web sites to go to find them (though most can be purchased from an average supermarket). Loads and loads of photos are included throughout -- in fact every cake pop has a photo giving readers a visual reference for every project.

Author Biography

Angie Dudley is Bakerella--a blog devoted to baking and especially cake pops. For her day job she is a graphic designer with a Bachelors Degree in Art. She is an amateur baker, photographer, and wanna be food stylist (all the photos in the book are by Angie). For the last two years Angie has been chronicling her experiences in baking while dabbling in food styling and photography. In addition, she has a line of baking related T-shirts (Bakerella and Bakelove). She was a guest on The Martha Stewart Show in April 2008 during Cupcake Week. Since the appearance, she has created more than 40 cake pop designs, many of which have not been seen or featured yet on (but which will be in the book). She is also a contributor to Nickelodeon's Parents Connect Web site. She lives in Suwanee, Georgia.

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