Book Reviews of Cupcakes from the Cake Mix Doctor

Cupcakes from the Cake Mix Doctor
Cupcakes from the Cake Mix Doctor
Author: Anne Byrn
ISBN-13: 9780761138198
ISBN-10: 0761138196
Publication Date: 4/18/2005
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.
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4.5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 2
Awesome book for all ages and occasions! This book is full of easy-to-follow recipes and instructions. My daughter and I (she's 8) are having a ball following these recipes, the author includes expert tips along with storing/serving suggestions.

I borrowed this from the library and love it so much I want one for my own, but there's such a long WL line for this book - with reason!
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Helpful Score: 1
Lot's and lot's of great recipes. Cupcakes, Muffins and Cakes (made in muffin cups). Our favorite recipe Chunky Peanutbutter Muffins!
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Helpful Score: 1
Good variety of cupcakes created by cake mixes. Especilly good for those who have kids or who attend large events needing easy-to-handle desserts.
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From Publishers Weekly
From chocolate ganache to toppings with panache, this latest addition to the Cake Mix Doctor canon offers creative ideas and 135 recipes for tiny, delicious cakes. The detailed table of contents and alluring cupcake likenesses in the opening assemblage of photos will have readers salivating. The Cupcakes with Class chapter offers tasty elegance, from Cappuccino Chip to Harvey Wallbanger (which contains vodka and liqueur). Kids' cupcakes range from Cotton Candy to Caterpillar, and priorities delightfully in place, Byrn provides party-planning suggestions for favors and activities that complement the cupcakes. Helpful hints abound via "The Cupcake Doctor Says" tidbits, which appear throughout the book, and mini-essays that ponder questions such as "What's a Muffin? What's a Cupcake?" The Muffins: Breakfast Cupcakes chapter suggests ways to move beyond the classic blueberry (though Byrn offers a new take on that standby, too); Cupcake Cousins and Cupcake Creations will give do-it-yourselfers the confidence to try making fancy desserts in muffin tins. Fans of the regular QVC guest will already know that homemade frostings are a must, "the strand of pearls setting off the classic little black dress." Recipes for creams, glazes, frostings and sauces will help cupcake chefs "experiment and enjoy."