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One Bake, Two Ways : 50 Crowd-Pleasing Bakes with an All-Plant Option Every Time

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Bake Off finalist Ruby Bhogal is here to delight us with a flexible approach to baking tasty, sweet treats that give you double helpings of temptation.

She brings us 50 like-for-like recipes, with a plant-based and non-plant-based version for each bake. – We all remember watching in horror as Ruby's showstopper cake collapsed on the first-ever Vegan Week on Bake Off.

Instead of slinking off with her tail between her legs, she was determined to master the art of baking and bake, bake, bake again until she could say with confidence that her recipes were failproof.

Sharing new bakes and videos online, Ruby discovered a growing demand for adaptable recipes without eggs, dairy, or a full plant-based twist.

She wanted her bakes to cater to everyone's needs, no matter the dietary preference. Raised in a British-Indian household, Ruby's mostly vegetarian diet sparked a sugar rush to create recipes adaptable to a flexitarian approach.

In this book, you get double the options as each of the 50 recipes is presented twice: first in its traditional form and then with a plant-based alternative.

This clever concept revolutionises your baking experience, giving you the freedom to bake with choice. Mouth-watering recipes include: Chai Custard Creams, Peanut Butter & Jelly Millefeuille Cake, Pina Colada Meringue Roulade, Medjool Date & Orange Sweet Samosas, and the Bruce Bogtrotter Chocolate Cake. One Bake, Two Ways has an inclusive approach that makes Ruby’s recipes achievable for all – there's no sacrifices here – every last bite is delicious!

With adaptability galore and flavours that offer twice the delight, dive into Ruby's world of baking and savour the best of both worlds. Contents:Oh, Crumbs (Cakes)Breaking BreadEasy as PieTaking the BiscuitSweeter Things (Desserts)Keeping it SaucyThe Essentials

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Published 20/06/2024
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Product Details
0008603820 / 9780008603823
United Kingdom
320 pages
26 cm