Book Review: SprinkleBakes!

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Today we’re taking a look at SprinkleBakes: Dessert Recipes to Inspire Your Inner Artist by Heather Baird. What an adorable book! Filled with recipes and great ideas to “pretty things up,” SprinkleBakes is a perfect addition to any baker’s library. I had a lot of fun looking thorough to gather new techniques and tips to add to my baking repertoire.

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First of all, I loved the artist theme. Heather Baird is an amazing artist in many different ways. In this book, “Blank Canvases” gives you the recipes to start with as you go through each project. In the “Line” section you learn to decorate with brushes, sponges, and stamps. The “Color” section discusses color theory, tinted cake and icings, and other vivid desserts. “Mixed Media” brings together many techniques in one project. From the titles of the chapters to the dessert drawings on the front cover, dessert is truly an art form with SprinkleBakes!

The book goes through everything from supplies and equipment to tips and tricks for each of the included projects. A lot of those techniques are universal, meaning they could definitely be applied to other projects you’ve got in your head and want to make happen in sugar.

I personally found the individual techniques and the resources section of the book more helpful and useful than the individual projects since the projects did not necessarily fit my style. Even so, I have happily put this book on my shelf and bring it out on rainy days to try something new. I’m hoping to make the macarons soon…this obsessed baker has (crazily enough!) never attempted them before!

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My other favorites to drool over and/or dream of making were the Diagonal Chocolate Mousse Cups, Postcard Cookies (a neat stamping with wafer paper technique!), Salted Caramel Cupcakes with salted caramel candy halos, Vanilla Bean Baby Doughnuts, and the Glittering Cookie Tree. I can definitely see the cookie tree happening at a certain little girl’s first birthday party this September!

If you’re looking for a great book to add to your shelf, check out SprinkleBakes: Dessert Recipes to Inspire Your Inner Artist by Heather Baird soon!

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