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Sugar and spice and everything mice

2020
Lucy the field mouse discovers that baking is a lot harder than skating.

The British baking book

2020
Explores the history of British baking with recipes.

Starberry magic

2021
A human girl named Ruby, who protects the unicorns in the Enchanted Forest from the outside world, uses magical starberries to make it to the next round in a baking contest, but will she continue to cheat to win the contest?.

Comet's big win

2021
"At Unicorn University, Comet prefers making kitchen creations in the baking club to playing on the hoofball team, but she tries to do both for the sake of her friendship with Sapphire, however upcoming baking and hoofball competitions may prove to be too much for Comet"--OCLC.

The big, fun kids baking book

2021
"A . . . baking primer for beginners, . . . shares more than 100 photographed recipes for everyday and special-occasion cakes, brownies and other baked favorites while providing fun ideas for customizations and alternatives to cakes.

Spring cakes

2021
"Three kittens, Nutmeg, Cinnamon, and Ginger, go on a quest to find the magical ingredients to make Mama Cat's famous cupcakes"--Provided by publisher.

Southern Living fall baking

2019
A collection of recipes for over ninety fall treats including cakes, pies, breads, cobblers, and more.

Sally's baking addiction

irresistible cookies, cupcakes, & desserts for your sweet tooth fix
2014
Features a selection of more than eighty easy-to-follow recipes for baked goods and desserts, including a chapter of lighter options for a vegan or gluten-free lifestyle.

The big book of Bisquick

2012
A collection of Bisquick recipes for breakfasts, brunches, snacks, pizzas, pies, breads, desserts, and more.

BAKING WITHOUT SUGAR

2018
"The number of sugar intolerant people continues to grow year on year. In the UK, more than eight million people are affected and in the US, around 30% of the population cannot eat sugar. Worldwide, this figure is estimated at over 200 million! For many, this has meant giving up the treats and pastime they dearly loved. In this exciting new cookbook, acclaimed chef Sophie Michell shows that it is possible to bake tasty treats without using sugar. From tasty titbits to cakes that will make any afternoon tea, Sophie shows how using no or very little sugar doesn't have to make your baking any less delicious. Featuring over forty recipes, Baking Without Sugar is the perfect addition for any health conscious baker's library."--.

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