Betty Crocker Baking by Betty Crocker Editors

By Betty Crocker Editors

Baking is a breeze with those scrumptious recipes from Betty Crocker

Betty Crocker makes ideal baked items, either savory and candy, as effortless as can be—whether with a combination or from scratch. during this deliciously basic e-book, you'll locate delicious recipes for every kind of tasty baked items, from Double-Streusel espresso Cake to wonderful Morning brownies to Impossibly effortless tacky Meatball Pie. There's even a bit of enjoyable cupcake recipesthat the children may also help beautify. Plus, you'll locate lots of Bisquick recipes that make baking even more straightforward and extra delectablethan ever!

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