One Tin Bakes Easy

One Tin Bakes Easy

Foolproof cakes, traybakes, bars and bites from gluten-free to vegan and beyond

Edd Kimber

$9.99

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'The sort of book that becomes a true friend in the kitchen.' Nigella Lawson

One tin, 70 bakes - whether you want cookies or cakes, pastries or desserts, something fruity, chocolatey or nutty, baking just got even easier.

Every bake can be made in the 23 x 33cm (9 x 13in) tin used in Edd Kimber's previous book, One Tin Bakes, but Edd will also offer guidance on baking in a 20 x 20cm (8 x 8in) square tin as well as a loaf tin, making these perfectly simple bakes for everyone to try, whatever equipment you have to hand and whoever you're baking for.

You only need minimal skill to whip up something sensational - with ideas for bakes made in one-bowl or with 5-ingredients, as well as popular options for vegan, gluten-free and no-bake treats. One Tin Bakes Easy is full of versatile, achievable and indulgent recipes to wow your friends and family, that you will want to bake time and time again.

Praise for One Tin Bakes:
'A dazzler of a baking book.' Dan Lepard
'This book is an absolute must-have for every home baker.' Joy Wilson
'A terrifically clever idea.' Helen Goh


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Edd Kimber:
Edd Kimber won the first series of The Great British Bake Off in 2010. He is the author of The Boy who Bakes (2011), Say it with Cake (2012), Patisserie Made Simple (2014) and the best-selling One Tin Bakes (2020). He has appeared on Sunday Brunch, Market Kitchen and Perfect, as well as the BBC Good Food Show and other shows around the country. He is a contributing editor to Bake from Scratch magazine, a go-to baking writer for Olive magazine, a baking teacher at Leith's School of Food and Wine, as well as a QVC presenter and a brand ambassador for KitchenAid and Nordicware. Edd has a popular blog www.theboywhobakes.com, where he shares his innovative baking recipes, which are always loved by his loyal following. @theboywhobakes

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