Sally's Baking Addiction: Irresistible Cookies, Cupcakes, and Desserts for Your Sweet-Tooth Fix by Sally McKenney

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  • Mom's gingersnaps

    • mharriman on November 13, 2019

      Unlike cookies from Sally’s Cookie Addiction, these cookies didn’t turn out perfectly to my preference. They mostly look like the photo depicted but the dough between the iconic cookie cracks on mine appears a bit undone. Mr. H. thinks they’re fine and not undercooked. He says they’re delicious. They are very good. A couple differences in description and my results: The dough was not crumbly as described by Sally, so maybe my dough was too wet? Another difference: Sally directs me to press my fingers on the baked cookies to create the cracked look. My oven did that as the cookies were baking. Maybe that’s no big deal. I’ll definitely make these again because they‘re so tasty, but maybe I’ll take away a tablespoon of molasses and see if that makes a difference in the doneness appearance of the insides. Nov. 21 Update: no one thinks they’re underdone and they were the favorite cookie at last church coffee hour. Don’t make any changes!

  • Fudge ripple monster bars

    • taste24 on June 22, 2020

      These were a big hit at the pool party I brought them too. Soft and chewy and a nice change up from a regular blondie with the fudgy chocolate center.

  • Cinnamon roll blondies (with vanilla glaze)

    • taste24 on June 22, 2020

      I LOVE these bars. Very easy to make and they are so soft and so addicting. Each bite is full of cinnamon (in a good way) and the glaze is perfect. I like to spread it all over the top, not drizzle in stripes.

  • Salted caramel crispy treats

    • taste24 on June 22, 2020

      Tasty version of a crispy treat - I wish I could taste the caramel a little bit more. I used the salted caramel sauce recipe in the book.

  • Salted caramel dark chocolate cookies

    • taste24 on June 22, 2020

      These get 5 stars for their flavor - outstanding. Nice and chocolately, not too sweet, great bites of caramel and the flecks of salt on top are perfect. The dough is difficult to work with - it's so sticky. I wear food safe latex gloves when rolling the dough in my hands and stuffing the Rolo inside. Make sure you cover up any cracks or pieces of the Rolo to prevent the cookie from breaking open at the bottom and leaking caramel out.

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  • ISBN 10 1937994341
  • ISBN 13 9781937994341
  • Linked ISBNs
  • Published Mar 01 2014
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 162
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Race Point Publishing

Publishers Text

Sugar. Flour. Eggs. Chocolate. How can simple ingredients come together to make such addicting desserts? Author Sally McKenney is going to tell you all about her obsession with desserts and show you 75 recipes that will guarantee that you be addicted too! The best part? Your diet doesn’t have to suffer. With chapters that include skinny recipes and vegan baking, anyone can get a fix for their sweet tooth!
With Sally’s Baking Addiction providing you with dozens of cookies, cakes, and other treats, you’ll definitely be a chocoholic by the end of this book. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!

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