• book

From the Publisher

Throw moderation out the window. When you want that real homemade flavor, from-scratch frosted layer cakes, brownies that taste like brownies, and cookies that taste like the ones your grandma used to make, only real ingredients will do: real butter, real cream, real chocolate, and lots of it. That’s how Rosie’s has been baking its award-winning treats for over thirty years, and why the Rosie’s Bakery All-Butter, Fresh Cream, Sugar-Packed, No-Holds-Barred Baking Book won an IACP/Julia Child Cookbook Award. Now, that book and the follow-up—Rosie’s Bakery Chocolate-Packed, Jam-Filled, Butter-Rich, No-Holds-Barred Cookie Book—are back, updated, revised, and combined into one super recipe collection.

Packed with more than 300 irresistible recipes—more than 40 never before published—from Judy Rosenberg, owner of Rosie’s Bakery, the famous chain of New England bake shops that has won numerous Best of Boston awards, The Rosie’s Bakery All-Butter, Cream-Filled, Sugar-Packed Baking Book is for holidays, birthdays, pick-me-ups, the cookie jar, bake sales—when only genuine homemade goodness will do.

Fabulous cakes and cupcakes: Lemon Coconut Layer Cake, Velvet Underground Cake, Chocolate Custard Sponge Roll, Sour Cherry Fudge Cake, Coconut Pecan Oatmeal Cake, Maya’s Little Butter Cupcakes, and Coconut Fluff Babycakes. Delectable cookies and bars: Pecan Crunchies, Fresh Ginger Crisps, Dagwoods, Honeypots, Noah Bedoahs. Plus the unspeakably delicious Chocolate Orgasms, and more.
Published: Workman eBooks on
ISBN: 9780761169727
List price: $15.95
Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
Availability for The Rosie's Bakery All-Butter, Cream-Filled, Sugar-Packed...
With a 30 day free trial you can read online for free
  1. This book can be read on up to 6 mobile devices.

Related Articles

Entrepreneur
2 min read
Food & Wine

The Friends Turning Bundt Cake into Big Business

Behold the bundt cake, the ring-shaped dessert that enjoyed a brief golden age in the 1960s -- before becoming a staple of potlucks and afternoons with Grandma. But then, in 1997, Dena Tripp brought a Bundt cake to her friend Debbie Shwetz’s house. “I asked her why she hadn’t used my cream-cheese-and-butter  frosting, and she said she couldn’t figure out how to frost the cake,” Shwetz says. “We started talking about how one could decorate a Bundt cake, and the idea for the business was born.” The next year, the duo opened their first Nothing Bundt Cakes bakery in Las Vegas, serving up flavors
Mic
2 min read
Food & Wine

13 Dessert Recipes That Use Vegetables as a Secret — or Sometimes Star — Ingredient

Ever thought of satisfying your sweet tooth with vegetables? It's possible!  In her New York City vegetable-centric restaurant, Dirt Candy, chef Amanda Cohen serves vegetable-packed desserts, like a celery cheesecake roll, corn semifredo and a beloved onion chocolate tart that defies all expectations.  Even NBA superstar LeBron James claims to like kale in his cake. While vegetable-based desserts may be a rarity and have yet to fully take off, this is a food trend you can start in your own kitchen. Add some extra vegetables to your meal with these vegetable-filled dessert recipes that feel a l
Mic
4 min read
Society

YouTube, Andrew Christian, Lance Wallnau: Who did The Most this week?

What does it mean to do The Most? Sometimes it's not enough just to do the bare minimum, or "just enough." People can't help it — they go over the top. They go a little too far, or even a lot too far. They do The Most. In this recurring column, Mic will look at the people who left subtlety in the rearview mirror and put an un-self-aware foot on the gas. So tell us: Who did The Most this week? It's a bus the color of Dramamine that's guaranteed to make you car sick.  Conservatives who had nothing better to do with their time and money decided to drive a "free-speech bus"  into New York City thi