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Chloe's Vegan Desserts: More than 100 Exciting New Recipes for Cookies and Pies, Tarts and Cobblers, Cupcakes and Cakes--and More! Paperback – February 19, 2013

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“It’s hard not to get excited when reading Chloe’s Kitchen. Coscarelli’s enthusiasm for vegan cooking is wildly apparent and extremely contagious. Packed with creative and wholesome recipes, Chloe’s Kitchen delivers inspired vegan fare in a beautiful, sleek volume guaranteed to get readers salivating.” (Portland Book Review)

"Coscarelli’s contagious enthusiasm and full-flavored recipes will appeal to readers who are considering going vegan but aren’t sure if they’re ready....Appetizing recipes emphasize taste." (Library Journal)

"A cavalcade of easy meatless recipes and culinary notions. The first vegan chef ever to win a Food Network competition, Coscarelli shares her wealth of knowledge on plant-based cuisine with marked enthusiasm...Refreshingly uncomplicated...mouthwatering offerings...varied recipes... Coscarelli's sleek volume is crisply photographed and includes the kind of straightforward, go-to recipes busy foodies can appreciate." (Kirkus)

"Accessible....welcome surprises. Coscarelli’s focus is comfort food, and she reboots classic meat and dairy dishes with plant-based formulas. A good choice for the newly converted looking to replace their nonvegan favorites." (Publishers Weekly)

"Glamorously laid out with sleek, shiny pages of vegan goodies that will make even the most skeptical omnivore look at vegan food in a whole new light... If you’re in the market for a book that will stand up proudly next to books by Giada De Laurentiis and Ina Garten, get Chloe’s Kitchen. You’re bound to be entertained!” (manifestvegan.com)

About the Author

Chloe Coscarelli recently took home first place in the Food Network’s Cupcake Wars, making her the first vegan ever to win on a Food Network competition. Chloe is a graduate of the Natural Gourmet Institute of Health and Culinary Arts NYC and the University of California, Berkeley. She has also completed Cornell University’s Plant-Based Nutrition program based on Dr. T. Colin Campbell’s The China Study. She lives in Los Angeles.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Atria Books; Original edition (February 19, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1451636768
  • ISBN-13: 978-1451636765
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 0.6 x 9.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,402 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I've cooked a lot from this book, so I feel that I can give a pretty good review at this point. I am a huge fan of this cookbook and Chloe's first book, so I may be a bit biased, but I can say that these two books have been my go-to for almost a year now, and that making recipes from these books has prompted very adamant anti-vegans to purchase them. So there's that. Chloe uses simple ingredients with great results, and they are not intimidating for new vegans or novice bakers. I would say that these books are less intimidating than Isa's or Angela's in some way, and are good gateway books. Now for my review of the recipes:

New York-Style Crumb Cake - I had some trouble with this recipe, along with some of the other cake recipes in this book, in terms of having it rise properly. I've experimented with cooking longer and letting my oven preheat longer. With those basics nailed down, this cake is delicious. Without those basics nailed down, the edges are still delicious.

Raspberry Swirl Coffee Cake - Again, trouble with the middle rising, but once that is corrected, this would be really tasty.

Tiramisu Pancakes - Way too sweet for dessert (especially when hungover *ahem*) but I am guessing they would be tasty otherwise (haven't tried them again due to aforementioned hangover)

Apple Cider Doughnut Holes - Couldn't get them to stay in the proper shape, devoured by guests anyway. I'll work on my skills.

Baked Chocolate Doughnuts - Very tasty, though they don't last more than a day if they are glazed. Still, they taste like a good, old fashioned chocolate doughnut from Tim Horton's or some other American doughnut place.

Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls with Maple Glaze - Used leftover cranberry sauce in the middle as recommended by her YouTube video.
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I was very excited about this new book. I own the author's previous book, and it is excellent. The recipes in her previous book are no fail and spot-on with measurements and flavors. This new books seems to have been rushed. I have tried the brownie recipe and the New York coffee cake recipe and both were terrible. The brownies had way too much oil and the coffee cake had way to much topping--I hope/suspect it is a typo. Many of the recipes are filler like pie crust and cobbler or are repeats of previous recipes. Overall, a great disappointment.
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I love Chloe's website and instantly fell in love with her first book. I have made several of her recipes and they are perfect.

Enter this book into the picture and the love affair slows down. I made lemon bars, brownies and chocolate chip cookies. They were all terrible. My family loves desserts and we don't try to make healthy desserts. I say this because we found the lemon bars too sweet, the brownies greasy and the cookies too dry. So I know if my mom and hubby say something is too sweet or greasy, it really must be bad.

I borrowed this book from the library and am glad I did not waste money on it. I do regret wasting ingredients though. My family did eat the stuff because we hate wasting food but they told me not to bake from this book.

In the past week I borrowed more vegan cookbooks to redeem myself. I would recommend Sticky Fingers Sweets for chocolate chip cookies and Vegan cookies invade your cookie jar for espresso fudge brownies.

Sorry for the long review but I feel that money should be spent on good books. I do recommend the author's first book. The desserts in that one are great.
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I had very high expectations on this book based on how great Chloe's Kitchen was. Some things I have made in this book were great, others not, whereas everything in her other book is excellent. Because her other book was so great, I only give this one two stars in comparison. Maybe I will up it to 3 stars once I make more things.

Things that were good:
- Chocolate chip cookies
- Raspberry swirl coffee cake
- Cinnamon mocha cupcakes (still a bit oily)
- Chewy ginger-molasses cookies

Things that were ok:
- Hot fudge-on-the-bottom-cake (I like other recipes for this better)

Things that were BAD:
- Lemon Raspberry tart - texture way too chewy and flavours bland
- Vanilla birthday cupcakes and vanilla frosting - way too much oil in the cupcakes and way too much shortening in the frosting recipe
- Oatmeal rasin cookies - dough did not even come close to mixing together. Was just a bunch of crumbs.
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I have her first cookbook, and was so excited when this one came out. Unfortunately, I have been continually disappointed with what I have tried. The brownies were awful -- greasy, the texture was way off, and once they "set" they were nearly impossible to cut. I tried the New York Style Crumb Cake, and the batter to crumb topping was WAY off. I would recommend either doubling the batter for the bottom, or halving the crumb topping -- either may fix the issue. I also made the Coconut Cream Pie and Blondies. Both were ok, but nothing special. The blondies are more like a cookie bar (they definitely do not have that shortbread/brownie texture), and I had an issue with the coconut whipped cream for the pie. I'm going to try a few more recipes because her last book was so good that I refuse to give up hope there will be some good ones here, but so far nothing compares to her Cinnamon Espresso Chip Cookies or Ice Apple Cake from Chloe's Kitchen.
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