- File Size: 763 KB
- Print Length: 93 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 17, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GQP6I04
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #380,255 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
50 Homemade Frozen Desserts – Frozen Pies, Ice Cream Sandwiches, Pops, Pudding Pops, Granita, Frozen Souffles, and Ice Cream Floats (The Summer Dessert ... The Best Dessert Recipes Collection Book 9) Kindle Edition
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There needs to be serving per recipe, and better formatting. Formatting on the kindle doesn't always line up correctly.
There are not enough pictures. Cookbooks should have more pictures to help the cook understand a basic idea of what the completed recipe should look like.
The author switches between the word biscuit and cookie, sometimes in the same recipe. This is confusing and distracting if you allow it to bug you.
All in all, the recipes seem to be good ones, and there are recipes I will be trying despite the distractions from a lack of entirely clear directions. If you are a beginning cook, you might have trouble following directions. If you are a seasoned cook who uses cookbooks as jumping off points and can handle the need for editing, get this book.
I think many of the other recipes are fantastic, easy to do, use simple ingredients, etc. I did notice at least 2 typos, one being on the cover that I believe should read "Granitas" instead of "Granita". That said, the grammar & punctuation are great, which can be rare these days, unfortunately.
The "pop" recipes & granita recipes look wonderful... can't wait to try them. For whatever reason the recipes making the pops using store bought ice cream still seems homemade to me (maybe because that is the type of ice cream I would associate making the pops with that would be easier to work with versus creamy homemade ice cream that tends to be more like a soft serve that melts fast & wouldn't work very well for the pops or at least not as well as store bought), but for whatever reason I feel it is kind of like cheating for the pie recipes?!
Overall, I think it has some great, easy to follow recipes & other reviewers obviously don't mind the store bought ice cream pie recipes as I do. I guess to me making a pie means making the filling from scratch too.
Frozen Chocolate Souffle
Lemon Yogurt Granita
Layered Ice Cream Pops
Chocolate Brownie Ice Cream Sandwich
Frozen Chocolate Toffee Pie
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Summer desserts are featured in this book. There are 8 other books the author has created.
No pictures and no nutritional information but does come with suggestions on how to serve this dessert. Some are very rich and some could be made with healthier options.
Granita recipes are something new to me that I'd like to try.