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Christmas Cookies from the Whimsical Bakehouse Hardcover – Nov 1 2005

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113 of 115 people found the following review helpful
Not what I thought Dec 5 2005
By C. Simon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
I purchased this book with high hopes and great expectations. I have the Whimsical Bakehouse and was thrilled by it. This book was not what I assumed it would be. It is a collection of Christmas cookies of varying types. There are bar cookies, gingerbread, and cutouts, to name a few. I was hoping to find a book with wonderful decorating ideas for Christmas cutout cookies since that is what is displayed on the cover. In fact, they only give a template for that cookie but no real instruction as to how to achieve the look. Now, I am quite proficient at decorating, but sometimes need some great ideas to kick start my creativity. In fact, there were quite a few truly adorable cookies in the front section of the book, but no further information on them.

If you are one who prefers to figure out on your own how to achieve a certain look or don't mind the trial and error method then maybe you will like this. If you are looking for a collection of cookies to add to your library than this is a good option. However, if, like me, you are wanting to "WOW" people with spectacular, highly detailed Christmas cookies, this is probably not what you are looking for.
26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
By Ms. Mary B. Pirrone V - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Cover cookie - NOT IN BOOK - NOR IS PRACTICALLY ANYTHING LIKE IT. Has some good 'cookie' recipes - however, bought it for state of the art style impressive decorating, as seen in upscale merchandise (like the cover picture) - also saw their 'cake' book - ALSO HAS GORGEOUS COVER - VERY LITTLE INSIDE ABOUT HOW TO ACHIEVE THIS LOOK. I would say it borders on false advertising.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
The BEST cookies!!! Jan. 1 2009
By C. Stephens - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
I think this is the best Christmas cookie cookbook - ever! Normally I might like one or two recipes out of a cookbook but with this one, you CAN'T go wrong! I did all my Christmas baking out of this book this year and they were ALL keepers! My husband took a bite of the pecan cream cheese pastry crescents (basically Rugelach) and immediately said, "Homerun!" The lemon crumble bars are the best I have EVER had ... the rainbow cookies will be made in my house every Christmas from here on out. I wasn't looking for a cookbook with ton of fancy decorating tips b/c there is no way I would have time for that. The rainbow cookies took a ton of time but where worth the effort. Most of the other cookies/bars were assembled/baked very quickly. Nothing seemed overly complicated but every one of the cookies was simply AWESOME!
I am buying several of these books and sending them to friends and family. If you are looking for the best cookie recipes you can find, buy this book! You won't be disappointed! I love that there is a huge variety of cookies in just this one book so I didn't have tons of computer print-outs or other cookbooks in my kitchen. Just this one slim book! It's perfect!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Extremely Solid Cookbook March 15 2011
By Purple Shiny - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This is my go-to Christmas baking book even though it's the smallest book I have. I particularly like the simpler cookies that still say "Christmas", like the chocolate shortbread reindeers whose only embellishment is a red candy nose or the snowflakes with a smattering of white sparkling sugar. Both shortbread recipes, the frosted sugar cookies, and the gingerbread are the best I've ever had. Reviewers are right - if you are looking for a book with a billion decorating ideas, you may be disappointed. However, if you use the frosted sugar cookie recipe in this book with the Wilton Christmas Cookie book decorating techniques, you have a winning combination.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
NOT decorating ideas Jan. 17 2009
By livingend - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
I bought this book online thinking it was going to be cute cookie decorating ideas. The recipes are solid and it is still a good cookbook, just be wary that it is NOT like the Whimsical Bakehouse cake book.