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delicious book! 22 octobre 2013
Par Angela Schroath - Publié sur
Format: Relié
I bought this book and made my first batch of chocolate cupcakes today. They were moist and delicious, and not too sweet! The directions were easy to follow and there was a nice introduction with some great baking tips as well as a list of suggested supplies. I love that I had nearly all of the ingredients already and only needed one from the store. The recipes are so versatile. I made one batch of basic chocolate and from it made a Chocolate Ganache Buttercream cupcake and a Chocolate Peanut Butter cupcake.

Although baking temperatures are listed in the recipes there is no baking time as the author suggests that each ovens temperature is slightly different and it is better to keep an 'eye' on them while they bake. I did this and started at a 15 min bake time, checked them and they were perfect!

The Basic Chocolate cupcake recipe made around 20 nice sized cupcakes. I will be purchasing this book to give as gifts this Christmas!
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Amazing, my wife loves it and I can't get enough! 7 octobre 2013
Par Brown Group LLC - Publié sur
Format: Relié
I bought this as a gift for my wife, who will buy cupcakes from One Sweet Slice (the store) as often as she can. Although I bought this for my wife, I am the one that benefits the most as I get to eat these at least twice a week now. ;) They are truly amazing and now can be made at home even if you don't live by one of the One Sweet Slice cupcake shops. I'm thinking about sending these out to all my family members so I can have cupcakes no matter where I go!
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First Rate Decorating How-Tos and Delicious Recipes 13 avril 2014
Par Nyssa - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I'm torn about the rating for this book. As a decorating guide with knockout photos of inspirational cupcake designs it rates six stars. But there are a few problems with the recipes that would push a rating of that part of the book down to four stars. Averaging the two, I'll still give the book a five star rating, but I've got a few warnings on the recipes to note.

I've made two of the cupcake recipes so far, Apple Crisp with Steusel Topping and Maple Brown Sugar, and both flavors were delicious, although I would have preferred a bit stronger apple flavor for the Apple Crisp one. While the number of ingredients in those recipes put them into the "fussy" category compared to other cupcakes I bake, the additional ingredients were the reason the cupcakes came out wonderfully moist. Be aware the extras also increase the cost per cupcake to make as well, if budgeting is a consideration in your household.

So what's the problem? The amounts listed for number of cupcakes made by the recipes are misleading and even worse, no amounts are listed for the frosting and toppings recipes at all. I made the Streusel Topping for the Apple Crisp cupcakes. While the recipe for the cupcakes listed 24 cupcakes, the recipe for the topping made way too much for 24 cupcakes which meant a waste of ingredients, especially the expensive butter. When I make this recipe again, I'll be cutting the ingredient amounts for the topping by one-third. On the other side, when I made the Maple Brown Sugar cupcakes which claimed it made 24 cupcakes, I only managed to squeeze out 22 cupcakes and many of those were small and didn't reach the top of the paper cups when baked. I think a better estimate would have been 18-20 cupcakes.

The frosting recipes do not give any information about the amount each recipe will make, either as estimated number of cupcakes frosted or filled or as a volume amount. Looking at the recipe for Vanilla Buttercream I was astounded to see it called for two pounds of butter and four pounds of powdered sugar! No yield amount is listed, but no matter how generously you frost your cupcakes, that is several times the amount you would need to frost the nominal 24 cupcakes from any of the recipes in this book. A less experienced baker could find herself with a lot of leftover frosting by blindly following the recipe. Many of the other frosting flavors use the Vanilla Buttercream recipe as a basis for adding additional flavorings, which means that those would need to be adjusted downward as you adjust the Vanilla frosting ingredients down to a more manageable level. Bakers need to be aware of this before diving in cold.

The decorating section is where the book blows many others out of the competition. Each idea is presented with clear instructions and close up photographs moving from simple and elegant swirls to more complex flower gardens atop a crushed cookie background. Even a frosting klutz such as myself can be inspired to go beyond just a simple swipe of the spatula to make my cupcakes into art. I especially liked that the extra detail of listing the exact frosting tips used for each design was included for each masterpiece.

In the end, I'll stick to my five star rating with the above warnings in mind. Recommended with cautions noted.
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More Than One Sweet Cupcake! 27 février 2014
Par connywithay - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
Title: One Sweet Cupcake: Professional Decorating and Recipe Secrets Made Easy
Author: Janell Brown
Publisher: Front Table Books
ISBN: 978-1-4621-1235-7

“These recipes are created with ingredients you can find at any local grocery store, and at least one out of five neighbors will have what you need if you don’t already have it in your pantry,” Janell Brown writes in her cookbook, "One Sweet Cupcake: Professional Decorating and Recipe Secrets Made Easy."

This one hundred and seventy-six page hardbound book written by the winner of the Cupcake Wars on Food Network is all about cupcakes – lots of cupcakes. After two pages of reviews, a preface and acknowledgements, there are three chapters about using the right ingredients, baking basics, essential tools, and tools for icing and decorating.

Promoting using the best ingredients, unsalted butter is a must, large eggs and whole milk make a difference, Canola oil is the best choice, and pure vanilla extract is important in every recipe.

The heart of the book is the five chapters of recipes ranging from classic, sweet and light, and chocolate to warm and comforting and a nutty. Complete chapters on icings, toppings, and fillings are also included. The ending has easy decorating ideas, an index, and the author’s biography.

Owner of her own bakery, Brown concentrates on easy-to-make, delicious, and unique recipes made from common ingredients. With large color photographs throughout its pages of mouth-watering treats, the wet and dry ingredients are listed separately, followed by step-by-step preparation instructions and suggestions of finishing touches.

Examples of over fifty cupcake recipes include vanilla bean, raspberry lemonade, strawberry margarita, peanut butter swirl, chocolate peppermint, Mayan hot chocolate, carrot ginger, sweet potato, pistachio cream, rocky road and Nutella.
In addition to icing basics, flavors run the gambit of buttercreams with white chocolate, grasshopper, cinnamon, eggnog, and maple to cream cheese made with honey, grapefruit, coconut or molasses. Fillings include an assortment of ganache in dark, mint, and white chocolate along with curds, purees and toppings.

Once the melt-in-your-mouth creations are made, the writer’s decorating ideas for birthday, weddings, or baby showers list dinosaur, ballerina, wreath, flower, and pumpkin themes.

Novice or expert, this simple and to-the-point cupcake cookbook is an excellent addition for any baker’s shelf looking for recipes of delightful delicacies. Looking at the pictures will make the reader’s mouth water, wanting to try more than “One Sweet Cupcake” at a time.

This book was furnished by Cedar Fort, Inc. in exchange for a review based on the reader’s honest opinion.
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One Sweet Cupcake 10 décembre 2013
Par Melanie - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
Janell Brown starts by giving some background into how she got started in the cupcake business. It all started as a hobby that she enjoyed so much that she turned it into a business and it has just grown from there! She then talks about the ingredients and the importance of using certain ones. For example, unsalted butter is a must. I have been a firm believer in butter over margarine for years but I didn't pay attention to whether it was salted or not. Well, I usually buy salted butter so I decided to get some unsalted butter to start using when I bake.

Then, she goes into tools for baking and tools for icing and decorating. This is an area where my supplies are quite limited. Next comes the good stuff--the recipes! What I love is that the ingredients are common and, if I didn't have something on hand, it was easy to buy without wondering what it was.

I have cupcakes from a mix down pat so I decided to try one of her cupcake recipes. With it being close to Thanksgiving, I chose the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cupcakes. I did think it was a little odd that she didn't actually include chocolate chips in the ingredients. I made a batch with chocolate chips and one without. Then I read under her Finishing Touches notes to garnish with mini chocolate chips so I'm really not sure if that's what she meant or if she just left chocolate chips out of the ingredients. My daughter liked the ones better with chocolate chips and I liked them better without them. They tasted great but didn't fluff up so I'm not sure what didn't work out right (yes, I did put in the baking powder). I also made oodles of Cream Cheese Icing which, of course, tasted fantastic.

This is a great book for anyone interested in baking cupcakes since there are many varieties and decorating ideas. I have friends who would easily be able to make any of these and they would turn out well (I may be visiting them to get pointers). I will personally try some more recipes to see if I can improve but don't plan to open a cupcake shop any time soon.

I received a copy of this book to review. My opinion is 100% my own.
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