About the Book
The definitive collection of nutritious, imaginative and delicious muffin recipes.
750 Best Muffin Recipes offers a tremendous number of recipes that deliver a wide array of flavors and options for any home chef.
Expert baker Camilla Saulsbury goes well beyond just variations of blueberry and bran muffins. There are nine chapters of innovative recipes:
- Muffin classics
- Good morning muffins
- Decadent coffeehouse muffins
- Lunch and supper muffins
- Farmer's market muffins
- Global muffins
- Superfood muffins
- Gluten-free muffins
- Vegan muffins
- Stone-ground cornmeal
- Lemon-lime yogurt
- Whole wheat applesauce
- Sweet potato marmalade
- Maple bacon
- Cheese grits
- Peanut butter chocolate chunk
- Scallion, cranberry and horseradish
- Wine country grape
- Vidallia onion
- Maple-dried blueberry spelt
- Collard greens and garlic
Home cooks will find a wealth of useful baking tips and techniques with clear instructions and simple steps for every recipe. This is the kind of cookbook that both beginners and experienced bakers will use endlessly.
My Take on the Book
This was an amazing book with every kind of muffin that you could ever imagine. I was amazed to find muffins that I knew to ones that I thought were very obscure. My family has already made a strawberry and vanilla muffin which was very good. The crazy thing about this is that you could make one new muffin a day for over two years with this book (talk abut crazy).
I have to say that the recipes were easy to follow and I loved the images that were included as they gave you a good picture of what to expect your muffin to look like.
The best part of this book is how vast the recipes are and how different the muffins were in comparison to ones I have seen or tried before.
So pick up this book today and surprise the people in your family, your work or wherever you spend your time with great, homemade treats - you and they will thank you in the end!
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