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Disney Princess Baking: 60+ Royal Treats Inspired by Your Favorite Princesses, Including Cinderella, Moana & More (Hardcover)
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Bake like a Disney princess with this adorable cookbook inspired by your favorite animated heroines, such as Belle, Ariel, Moana, and more!
Baking has never been so magical with this charming cookbook featuring over 40 tasty, easy-to-follow recipes inspired by the Disney princesses. From delicate buttery cookies to fancy, decadent cakes, this cookbook includes all manner of delicious Disney-themed treats. Whip up a batch of Tiana’s Famous Beignets. Make a cake inspired by Belle’s beautiful golden ball gown. Be a part of Ariel’s world with her seashell-inspired almond cookies.
Featuring full-color photography, suggestions for alternate ingredients, and tips and tricks from some of your favorite characters, this all-ages cookbook is the perfect way to bring friends and family together with a little Disney baking magic.
About the Author
Weldon Owen is an imprint of Insight Editions, a publisher of illustrated books on photography, music, and popular culture. Elegant and informative, their books showcase the best of art, photography, and design in exquisite presentations of the bookmaker's craft. They are located in San Rafael, CA.
"Whether Tiana from The Princess and the Frog is whipping up her sweet beignets for her restaurant guests or Belle from Beauty and the Beast is eating the delicious gray stuff in the castle, one thing is true: Disney princesses have good taste when it comes to delectable cuisine. That's why you don't want to pass up the Disney Princess Baking cookbook"
"Over 60 royal recipes await in the new Disney Princess Baking cookbook... the perfect challenge for kiddos looking to up their skills."
— Red Tricycle
"Featuring high-quality images, gorgeous illustrations of the Princesses, and colorful design, the cookbook almost has a storybook appearance."
— Inside the Magic
"A great gift for those just learning how to bake with a little princess magic."