Sweet treats at the library ….

Ive been rummaging around upstairs, we have a haul of yummy books about to hit the shelves. Here are a few sweet treats I found…

Sugarcraft : creative and practical projects by Gina Steer

sugarcraft
A comprehensive range of sugarcraft projects are offered in this new book, with fabulous new recipes. With easy-to-follow methods and simple ingredients it is possible to create the most magnificent sugarcraft creations for family and friends, parties and gatherings

 

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Truly scrumptious natural sweets by Alison Candlin

natural sweets

With Truly Scrumptious Natural Sweets, make and enjoy sweets without the guilt, created with only natural ingredients and no artificial sweeteners, harmful additives or colorings.

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The complete photo guide to candy making by Autumn Carpenter

candy makingThis book shows you how to make the perfect candies, chocolates, chews, and caramels. For each technique, there is an overview of the tools and materials used and complete instructions with photos. This book is organized in a way that provides easy access to information with step-by-step directions and 650 full-color photos to clear up absolutely any points of confusion. More than 80 tried-and-true recipes allow the reader to try the techniques in each section. Whether you are looking to make gooey caramel for your pecan patties, or trying to mold the perfect chocolate truffle, author Autumn Carpenter will take you through every type of candy, with an introductory section on the basic tools, ingredients, and methods involved.

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Raw snacks by Caroline Fibaek

raw snacks

 

Spicy nuts, crunchy raw chocolate truffles, dream bars, liquorice almonds, grape lollipops, date fudge, candy crunch popsicles, nut shakes, coffee substitutes and energy drinks are just a few of the quick, easy and healthy raw food snacks that Caroline Fibaek, Denmark’s leading raw food exponent, presents in this book.

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