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Cookielicious [is] a $19.95 trade paper original by St. Petersburg Times food editor Janet K. Keeler, who served as a Pillsbury Bake-off judge.The book is reminiscent of Martha Stewart Cookies... [which] plays up the simple pleasure of cookies. In his introduction, Esquire food and travel columnist John Mariani calls Cookielicious "an embullient collection of cookies that share one thing in common-- they look, smell, crack, break apart, crumble and delight, from the moment you lay eyes on them." --Publishers Weekly (By Lynn Andriani)

While it doesn't help me whittle my waistline post-baby it has been fun trying out a few of the many recipes included in this cookie cookbook. Filled with pretty and delicious photos, Cookielicious is a great gift for anyone who loves to bake and/or loves cookies. Each recipe doesn't just give a list of ingredients and how to make the cookie but whether or not it will freeze well for later consumption. I loved that! I had great success making the Buckeye Bars as my first recipe. They tasted amazing and were a huge hit with my family. They were also fun to make with my daughter. I love Cookielicious and think it makes a great gift for a baker or cookie lover. --Mummy's Product Reviews (Blog By Victoria Eamason) Snickerdoodles and thumbprints, gingersnaps and cutouts. Most families can name on or more best-loved Christmas cookies, many of which have been cherished for generations. This time of year, the aroma of favorite holiday cookies baking in an oven can evoke mighty memories of Christmases past. --Review

While it doesn't help me whittle my waistline post-baby it has been fun trying out a few of the many recipes included in this cookie cookbook.

Filled with pretty and delicious photos, Cookielicious is a great gift for anyone who loves to bake and/or loves cookies.

Each recipe doesn't just give a list of ingredients and how to make the cookie but whether or not it will freeze well for later consumption. I loved that!

I had great success making the Buckeye Bars as my first recipe. They tasted amazing and were a huge hit with my family. They were also fun to make with my daughter.

I love Cookielicious and think it makes a great gift for a baker or cookie lover. --Mummy's Product Reviews (Blog By Victoria Eamason)

Snickerdoodles and thumbprints, gingersnaps and cutouts. Most families can name on or more best-loved Christmas cookies, many of which have been cherished for generations.

This time of year, the aroma of favorite holiday cookies baking in an oven can evoke mighty memories of Christmases past.

"Cookies have power," says Janet K. Keeler, author of "Cookielicious." "They bring people together more than any other sweet treat."

With holiday baking getting under way, perhaps you would like to try new recipes to add to the enduring favorites. If so, Keeler's just-released softback is a must.

Beginning bakers will appreciate Keeler's ample selection of streamlined recipes that include packaged products, such as a store-bought sugar cookie mix. Seasoned bakers will enjoy the fussier recipes that involve a few more steps and ingredients.

Canton Rep.com (By Staff Writer Jennifer Mastroianni

Janet Keeler, the food and travel editor for the St. Petersburg Time, knows a lot about cookies.

The hands-on edition has easy-to-follow recipes for each variety, as well as a photograph of the completed cookie, assuming you really care what they look like.

Even if you are not a cookie addict, this book is essential for bake sales, house warming gifts, get-well baskets or any occasion that calls for a cookie. With Janet's help, anyone can be a success with cookies. Some recipes don't even require baking.

Tampa Bay Magazine

Doesn't baking Christmas cookies just get you in the mood?

In my family, we always bake the traditional cookies - chocolate chips, sugar, peanut butter, oatmeal. But I also have some new recipes, courtesy of a cookbook titled "Cookielicious" by Janet K. Keeler, food editor at the St. Petersburg Times.

So, here we go. Try something different from this fabulous fun cookie book. The peanut butter treats are my favorite.

Don't forget - homemade treats make great Christmas gifts.

Daily Gazette (By Grace Whitten)

"Cookielicious" by Janet Keeler is a hunger inducing book that can only be sated with scrumptious cookies.

With 150 delectable recipes, there is a cookie for everyone in this book. Each recipe is concise and easy to make, and sometimes the recipes will include tips for the cookie. All pages are simply and without clutter and allow oyu a space to take notes. In the middle of the book, there are pictures of all the cookies you can make. While the book includes cookies that all people are sure to enjoy, there also is a special children's section.

The New's Herald

When I saw this cookie recipe for Candy Cane Gingersnaps, I was wowed.

This awesome cookie cookbook is a compilation of reader's favorites and staff original recipes. What a great holiday gift idea!

Chapters include "Anytime Cookies," "Sharing Cookies," "Chocolate Cookies," "Kids Cookies" and "Holiday Cookies" with recipes such as Lemon Raspberry Thumbprints, White Christmas Shortbread, Chocolate Walnut Puffs and more.

Ingredients, Inc. (Blog by Allison Lewis)

Celebrate the sweetest season of giving with new treats from "Cookielicious."

John Mariani, food writer and travel columnist for Esquire magazine... wrote "I suppose there is such a thing as a bad cookie but you won't find any in this collection."

This is a book that inspires baking. I couldn't put it down. You may have your favorite when it comes to cookies, but I know you'll add a few new recipes to the list after you see "Cookielicious."

Telegram (By Barbara Houle) --Review

About the Author

Janet K. Keeler is the award-winning food and travel editor at the St. Petersburg Times in St. Petersburg, Fla. Her work has been recognized by the Association of Food Journalists, the Society of American Travel Writers, the Society of Newspaper Design, the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Association of Sunday and Feature Editors. Her story, The Crock-Pot That Saved Dinner Time, appears in the collection Best Food Writing 2001, an anthology of work by American writers. She learned much about competitive cooking as a judge of the Pillsbury Bake-Off in 2004. She has been a working newspaper journalist since 1980, holding a variety of editing positions and covering several beats, including education and government. Janet and her husband, Scott, a Times photographer, have one son. Their St. Petersburg kitchen is the testing ground and photo studio for much of her work.
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Product Details

  • Series: One Tank Trips
  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Seaside Publishing; 1 edition (September 15, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0942084349
  • ISBN-13: 978-0942084344
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.5 x 9.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,746,802 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I'm not exactly objective when it comes to cookies and cookie cookbooks, but I was impressed from the get-go with this book. Easy directions, great pictures and delicious results. The most usable cookie cookbook I have. I give it as gifts to friends who love cookie baking too.
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I purchased this book based on recipes I had tried from the St Petersburg Times.
I have baked cookies all my life and have sometimes been frustrated by poor directions or even missing directions.
This book is the opposite. It is user friendly, concise and every single recipe I have tried so far has been delicious.
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Every cookie you ever wanted to eat! Beautifully organized, collected, and organized in this must have book. This would be a great wedding gift.
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My daughter loved the recipes. Plenty of variety and easy to make.
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