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Mary Engelbreit's Sweet Treats Dessert Cookbook [Hardcover]

Mary Engelbreit
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Oct. 1 1999
What could be better than a sweet treat at the end of a long day, for a special celebration, to share with good friends along with tea, or as a gift from the heart? Mary Engelbreit, one of the best artists in America when it comes to rich and satisfying images, captures the magic of such offerings in Mary Engelbreit's Sweet Treats Dessert Cookbook.

Included are more than 100 recipes for fruit pies, birthday cakes, puddings, and other sugary treasures that are both simple to make and sensational to serve.

Mary's distinctive artwork graces each page of the cookbook, complementing the gorgeous photography and easy-to-follow recipe instructions. Her heartwarming and whimsical style puts readers at ease, reassuring them while reminding that the very best desserts come not only from this book but also from the heart. This sweet-treat collection really is a treat!
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Mary Englebreit's aphorisms and artwork appear on millions of greeting cards and gift products. Her popularity continues to grow through the success of her books, calendars, home decor, stationery, and crafting lines. Her company is based in St. Louis, Missouri.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Classics April 12 2004
By Julie
This book is filled with many classic desserts. Too many times, recipe books are filled with these eccentric dishes. But this one has good old-fashioned favorites.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Delicious Sept. 30 2000
This cookbook is not only packed with Mary Engelbreit's famous whimsical drawing, but it contains some of the most delicious dessert recipes. They are fun to make and the outcome is wonderful! The book is definately worth buying and its a great gift. Oh, and try the little rasberry chocolate tarts and the chocolate cake, they are to die for!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Everything you'd expect! March 25 2000
By A Customer
Adorable illustrations. Liked it better than the Cookies cookbook because I'm single & the family recipes in it were of no use to me.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Classics April 13 2004
By Julie - Published on Amazon.com
This book is filled with many classic desserts. Too many times, recipe books are filled with these eccentric dishes. But this one has good old-fashioned favorites.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Ain't No Feat to Whip Up These Treats June 11 2008
By Natalie Marsh - Published on Amazon.com
Mary Engelbreit's Sweet Treats dessert cookbook is incredibly easy to follow and includes page after illustrated page of desserts so scrumptious that even my fat-fearing father will eat them. I recommend the brownie recipe, which requires blocks of unsweetened chocolate that will melt into a pool of cocoa decadence. If you don't have any friends now, purchase this book, make some magic with the recipes, and gift the desserts to any willing takers. In the time it takes you to cream a stick of butter, you'll be the most popular person in the neighborhood.
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic, Easy Desserts May 18 2012
By shrinking footprint - Published on Amazon.com
I've had this cookbook in my collection for more than 10 years and it is still my "go to" book for favorite recipes like the Easy Buttercream Frosting. And, the Key Lime Pie recipe is to die for! My favorite and most heavily used chapter is the cakes and frostings but I've baked most of the goodies in this book at least a dozen times. The recipes are easy enough for even the most novice baker to use with confidence. Highly reccommended.
5.0 out of 5 stars Mary Engelbreit Cook Book Sept. 23 2010
By G. Mueller - Published on Amazon.com
Can't beat Mary Engelbreit for "cute". Bought as a gift for a wedding couple whose roots are in St. Louis - a very appropriate gift indeed. Lovely keepsake cook book. Great service and a great price.
5.0 out of 5 stars Can't live without it Oct. 6 2009
By hillary l. - Published on Amazon.com
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This is my go-to dessert cookbook. The recipes are approachable with a touch of sophistication - a pear duff spiked with ginger, bread pudding with the darkest chocolate. Purely divine. Have yet to find a dud recipe from this book, and I've tried quite a few. One of the best things about this book is how it has a dessert from every category - rustic fruit desserts, ice creams, cakes, candies - definitely something for everyone. I cook for discerning palates, and never received less than a rave review.
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