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Ready, set, BAKE Featuring more than 100 simple triple-tested recipes, from Bacon Cheese Popovers to Peanut Butter Cup Cheesecake, this is the perfect book for young bakers From fabulous muffins, breads, and pizzas to yummy cookies, cakes, and pies, Good Housekeeping has a world of treats for kids to bake This delicious follow-up to Good Housekeeping Kids Cook teaches children baking terminology and techniques such as using the right pan, measuring accurately, choosing ingredients, and, of course, safety in the kitchen. The classic kid-approved recipes--all mouthwatering, fail-proof, and shown in gorgeous photographs--offer both sweet and savory options. So, heat up the oven and start making treats like a Classic Margherita Pizza, Spanakopita, Spicy Beef Pies, Double Chocolate Chip Cookies, Glazed Cinnamon Rolls, and holiday favorites such as Thumbprint Jammers, Crunchy Candy Canes, and Hanukkah Squares. Whether you're a brand-new baker or a pro, this book is the perfect companion.
About the Author
Good Housekeeping is a leading lifestyle media brand inspiring a monthly audience of 36+ million readers--including more than six million followers on social media. The Good Housekeeping Institute's state-of-the-art labs combined with Good Housekeeping's seasoned editorial talent and renowned test kitchen is unparalleled. In addition to its US flagship, Good Housekeeping publishes five editions around the world. Susan Westmoreland is Culinary Director of Good Housekeeping and established the brand's famed triple-testing methodology. Media appearances include the TODAY show, Good Morning America, Food Network and Cooking Channel shows, NPR's All Things Considered, and more. She is a member of the Kitchen Cabinet at Smithsonian Museum of American History and has served on the Board of Directors of Les Dames d'Escoffier and the New York Women's Culinary Alliance. In 2001, Susan was named the James Beard Foundation's Editor of the Year. Westmoreland lives in Brooklyn, NY, with her husband and son.