In Weekend Baking, Sarah Randell offers simply delicious treats that the whole family will love, without demanding hours in the kitchen. If you’re looking for a recipe with the cute factor, turn to Small Cakes, Muffins, and Meringues. Bake
a batch of Crunchy-topped Raspberry and Banana Muffins and you will be transformed into a domestic goddess—or god! Cookies are for adults and kids alike—the little ones will love helping out with Bright-as-a-button cookies. When you want to pop a treat in your child’s school lunchbox, Tray Bakes, Bars, and Slices will come to the rescue. Throw-together Muesli Squares are ideal for knocking up on a Sunday afternoon. If you’ve promised to bring a cake to a friend’s house for a get-together but you’ve left yourself no time for that favorite
recipe, why not try baking something In a Flash? Apple and Amaretto Cake is todie- for but most importantly, speedy to make. Make use of a free hour on the weekend to get ahead and Fill the Tins. Really Lemony Gluten-free Cake keeps so
well that it’s just the thing to store and nibble on throughout the week. Finally, when a Special Occasion calls for a special cake, you’ll find plenty of inspiration in this chapter. Be it a batch of Snowman Cookies for Christmas or a Chocolate
Fudge Cake for a birthday, there’s something easy here to fit the bill.
• More than 60 easy, family-friendly recipes for weekend baking.
• From the publisher of the bestselling The Hummingbird Bakery Cookbook.
• Irresistible photography by Kate Whitaker.