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Cookie Dough Recipes


Recipes for cookie dough including one without eggs, sugar lollipops, billionaire bars, cupcakes, bread pudding and more


Anything that starts with a dedication that reads:

This book is dedicated to anyone who's ever been caught with a finger in the mixing bowl

is an instant kitchen hit with us. We challenge anyone to say they have never dipped into a bowl during baking!

The Cookie Dough Lover's Cookbook is without doubt our favourite cookbook of 2013. The fun continues with a charming photo of a girl with a huge bowl and spatula enjoying the taste.






The Drummer Boy

The Drummer Boy is my latest novel about the ghost of a Gordon Highlander Drummer Boy from the Battle of Waterloo who haunts a modern day army nurse.



Chapters take place in modern day Aberdeen, at the Noose & Monkey bar and restaurant as well as His Majesty’s Theatre and Garthdee. Other scenes take place at Tidworth and during the Napoleonic War.



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The other delight about it is that she includes her cookie dough recipe without eggs so that there is no fear of food poisoning from salmonella when eating her non-baked recipes. These include choc chip truffles and crispy peanut butter cups.

Each are accompanied by some truly colourful and sharp photographs by Lindsay that bring them to life and instil the home chef with an instant desire to create such treats for friends and family. Each picture has been thoughtfully composed to provide a visual treat and deserves special mention and is worth the cost alone.




She really loves her subject and this shines through her cookbook, making it a real pleasure to read. Her enthusiasm leaps from the pages into the kitchen of the reader and gives them an eagerness to get baking.

Lindsay goes another step further and gives many tips and hints throughout. As examples she writes about dipping chocolate without tempering to make life easier and quicker for the home cook, how to freeze unbaked cookie dough and how to make creative packaging for gift boxes and ribbons as gifts for friends. But be warned: they are so tasty you won't want to share!

Through years of practice and perseverance Lindsay Landis has created a plethora of treats that show how versatile this mixture can be. Examples from her sweets section include choc chip fudge while her brownies section has a real treat in the shape of billionaire bars. Treats from her cakes, custards and pies section include stuffed dark chocolate cupcakes, mosaic cheesecake and even a bread pudding and a crème brulee.

Frozen treats include ice cream layer cake and invisible ice pops. Variations are included and as an example her ice cream includes a peanut butter variation.


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Drinks include malted milkshakes and proving that it is so versatile she has created indulgent breakfast dishes such as oatmeal pancakes with her cinnamon cream syrup, stuffed French toast and stuffed cinnamon rolls.

Snacks that can be eaten at home or out and about are oatmeal raisin granola bars.

Dinner party treats to delight your guests include mousse shooters, wontons with dipping sauce and even a dessert pizza that will be a real treat for children young and old.

It is a unique and inspiring recipe book packed full of fun and tasty meals, snacks and cakes for all the family. It is a must have for those with a sweet tooth.

Lindsay has also written Breakfast For Dinner.

It was first published in 2012 by Quirk Books: Philadelphia. Read more about Lindsay Landis at her website and blog www.loveandoliveoil.com and www.cookiedoughlovers.com


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Main

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Cakes

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Sweets

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Puddings

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Snacks

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