Decadent Desserts

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Rodale, Incorporated, 2001 - Cooking - 127 pages
Rich Chocolate Layer Cake. Tiramisu. New York Style Cheesecake. Classic Key Lime Pie. Sounds like the dessert menu at a fancy restaurant or bake shop, doesn't it? Surprise! Now, you can prepare these and other incredible desserts yourself. In Decadent Desserts, Anne Egan shares her timesaving secrets for creating sweet success in your own kitchen.

In the mood for cake? Have fun choosing from German Chocolate Cake, Strawberry Shortcakes, and Ice Cream Jelly Roll. Feel like down-home goodness? Bake up an old-fashioned Blueberry Pie, Country Peach Pie, or Caramel Apple Tart with a minimum of effort.

If smooth and creamy is what you're after, indulge in truly decadent French Vanilla Pudding, Classic Crème Brûlée, or Cappuccino Custard. Or, give in to the temptation of Chocolate Cannoli, Banana Split Cream Puffs, and Apple Strudel. These desserts make an elegant end to any dinner.

To ensure perfect results every time, every recipe uses only the best-quality ingredients and the simplest of cooking methods. More than 70 classic favorites are right here, and they all come together with minimal work. So make room for Decadent Desserts. Your family will thank you!
Rich Chocolate Layer Cake. Tiramisu. New York Style Cheesecake. Classic Key Lime Pie. Sounds like the dessert menu at a fancy restaurant or bake shop, doesn't it? Surprise! Now, you can prepare these and other incredible desserts yourself. In Decadent Desserts, Anne Egan shares her timesaving secrets for creating sweet success in your own kitchen.

In the mood for cake? Have fun choosing from German Chocolate Cake, Strawberry Shortcakes, and Ice Cream Jelly Roll. Feel like down-home goodness? Bake up an old-fashioned Blueberry Pie, Country Peach Pie, or Caramel Apple Tart with a minimum of effort.

If smooth and creamy is what you're after, indulge in truly decadent French Vanilla Pudding, Classic Crème Brûlée, or Cappuccino Custard. Or, give in to the temptation of Chocolate Cannoli, Banana Split Cream Puffs, and Apple Strudel. These desserts make an elegant end to any dinner.

To ensure perfect results every time, every recipe uses only the best-quality ingredients and the simplest of cooking methods. More than 70 classic favorites are right here, and they all come together with minimal work. So make room for Decadent Desserts. Your family will thank you!

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Contents

lntroduction
6
Memorable Pies and Tarts
41
SIMPLE
66
Other Confections
101
PUDDING lndex
121
Page 76
128
Copyright

About the author (2001)

Anne Egan is a recipe developer, cookbook editor, and author for The New Classics Cookbook. Her recipes have appeared in Good Housekeeping, Working Mother, First for Women, and Woman's World magazines.

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