Sugarlicious: 50 Cute and Clever Treats for Every Occasion

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Harlequin, Feb 1, 2012 - Cooking - 224 pages
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With a dab of bright icing and a sprinkle of color, you can transform drab sugar cookies into glowing planets, plain marshmallows into scary zombies and simple cake pops into blooming flowers. Meaghan Mountford, creator of the blog The Decorated Cookie and the Edible Crafts editor of CraftGossip.com, shares her secrets for producing adorable, edible art.

Full of beautiful color photos and illustrated step-by-step directions, this guide will demystify professional techniques so that anyone can learn how to pipe icing like a pro and have fun with fondant.

With the lively inspiration and foolproof directions in this book, you can discover how to personalize any sweet treat and turn your home kitchen into a studio for sugarlicious works of art!

 

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This book was ok. I expected more recipes, based on the information my library provided, but the book focuses more on creativity and design with a few basic recipes- which is fine, but it's not the ... Read full review

Contents

Flowers Bugs
54
Fairy Woodland Petits Fours
60
Farm Animal Snack Cakes
67
Animal Print Cookie Pops
73
Under the Sea Cupcakes
79
Candy Clay Lollipops
86
Sprinkle Marshmallow Pops
92
Prop Cookie Pops
99
WellDressed Cookies
107
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About the author (2012)

Meaghan Mountford has been a professional cookie decorator for over a decade. Mountford’s cookies have appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Modern Bride and Chocolatier magazine. She is the edible crafts editor at the popular website CraftGossip.com, and her blog, The Decorated Cookie, has been featured on hundreds of sites, including Saveur, Bright Ideas, The Hostess with the Mostess, The Kitchn, Readers Digest, and MSN. Visit her at TheDecoratedCookieBlog.com.

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