101 More Things to do with a Cake Mix Spiral-bound – Apr 1 2004
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About the Author
Stephanie Ashcraft, author of the original 101 Things To Do With A Cake Mix, has taught cooking classes based on the tips and meals in her cookbooks for almost twenty years. She lives in Tucson, Arizona.
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There are a few helpful hints on page 9 that teach you a few tricks about baking cakes, making chewier cookies and keeping fruit fresh. I've never used glass or stoneware baking dishes for cakes, so that is a new idea for me. I've been buying my cake pans from "Jane's Cakes & Chocolates." The results were rather stunning when I used the pans she sells.
What amazed me about this cookbook is the sheer simplicity of the recipes and the absolute beauty of the results.
Some of the recipes you might enjoy:
Sweet Banana Bread - only 4 ingredients
Butterscotch Chip Oatmeal Cookies
Blueberry Swirl Cake
Chewy Peanut Bars
If you love this cookbook, try the first 101 Things to Do With a Cake Mix. I can highly recommend the recipe for Pistachio Pound Cake. It turned out to be "Moist, chocolaty, pistachio, dream cake." My relatives were impressed. It is not every day that I try a new recipe and then bravely take the cake to a party, but these books are winners. The ingredients are little more than a cake mix and a few ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.
All I have left to say is, you will get requests for the cakes in this book. I look forward to trying more of the recipes as soon as I can get to the store to buy more cake mixes and instant puddings.
LOVE the binding on these cookbooks. Great to cook from and everyone loves the recipes. I just made the Pistachio Cake again this November.
~The Rebecca Review
P.S. Also look for the 101 Things To Do with a Slow Cooker books. Wonderful recipes for home cooking in the winter.
Clear and easy directions.
Easy to find ingredients and many already on hand.
I only wish there was a photo of the finished recipe.
Just so you know, the apple cakes are to die for. OMG, just soooooo delicious. Great way to snap up an easy dessert to take out to a pot luck supper or surprise your hostess at a dinner party.