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Canadian Living: Sweet & Simple by Canadian Living Test Kitchen

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  • Caramel pudding

    • Frogcake on December 24, 2017

      It’s a good thing I didn’t double the recipe for this pudding -otherwise I might have eaten way too much! Quite an excellent taste and so easy to make. The instructions are spot on as per Canadian Living standard. I served this as the finale to a Christmas Eve tourtiere.

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  • ISBN 10 1927632129
  • ISBN 13 9781927632123
  • Published Feb 03 2015
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 160
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Transcontinental Publishing
  • Imprint Transcontinental Publishing

Publishers Text

• 100 recipes for a wide variety of easy-to-make, sweet treats • 55+ colour photographs • Helpful cooking, shopping and preparing tips scattered throughout • Complete index that groups all recipes into helpful categories; search by type of recipe (such as cake or pudding), ingredient (such as buttermilk or apples) or recipe name • Full nutrient analysis of each recipe

Sweet, simple and made with love: Is there anything better? The Canadian Living Test Kitchen has rounded up 100 of their easiest Tested-Till-Perfect desserts, treats and snacks. If you’re a cook who’s just starting out, there are all the luscious, basic recipes you need to build your repertoire: muffins, quick breads, crisps, cobblers, easy cakes and much more. For more advanced cooks, there are scrumptious twists on your favourite simple desserts, including ginger-scented shortcakes (so good with fruit and cream), fruity and chocolaty bread puddings, and light-as-air mousses. Canada’s most-trusted food experts also share all their best tips and tricks for making homemade desserts that bring people together, without making them spend hours in the kitchen. Recipes Include: • Crisps, crumbles and cobblers • Cakes, including snacking cakes, upside-down cakes, Bundt cakes, cupcakes and coffee cakes • Sweet loaves, muffins and scones • Mousses and creamy desserts • Bars, squares and cookies • Roasted fruit desserts • Baked and stove top puddings



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