One-Pot Cakes: 60 Recipes for Cakes from Scratch Using a Pot, a Spoon, and a Panby Andrew Schloss, Ken Bookman
Gone is the electric mixer. Gone is the arsenal of bowls and utentsils. Gone are the sifting of dry
Leave it to Andrew Schloss and Ken Bookman, culinary problem solvers extraordinaire, to find a revolutionary way to make cakes from scratch without all the beating, sifting, and cleanup of traditional cake recipes. All you need is a pot, a spoon, and a pan.
Gone is the electric mixer. Gone is the arsenal of bowls and utentsils. Gone are the sifting of dry ingredients, the separating of eggs, the alternate adding of wet and dry ingredients. Instead, put all the ingredients in one pot, use one utensil to mix them, and pour the batter into a cake pan. That's it. Every cake is ready to pop into the oven in less than ten minutes.
- HarperCollins Publishers
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- 8.24(w) x 8.37(h) x 0.57(d)
Meet the Author
Andrew Schloss is the author with Ken Bookman of Fifty Ways to Cook Most Everything, Dinner's Ready, and One-Pot Cakes.
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