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Book Review: Treat

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The title of this little book is Treat but don’t let the size fool you.  This book is filled with 50 recipes for No-Bake Marshmallow Treats.  Once you start flipping through the pages, you’re going to be making a list of what you need to make many of the recipes.  If you think Marshmallow Treats are boring then you need this book in your cookbook collection.



The author, Stephanie Banyas, has taken the no-bake recipe we all grew up with and turned it into so many other delicious treats.  Her updated Twenty-First Century Marshmallow Treats bumps up the original cereal box recipe and it is even yummier. If you have never made your own marshmallows, there are 10 different recipes in this book for you to try.  Stephanie also shares several other no-bake recipes that will definitely peak your interest.  There’s recipes for holidays, the chocolate lover, and the kid in all of us.  Each recipe is given in full detail and the pictures of the finished treats are drool-worthy.  I love the fact that they are no-bake (some require the use of the stove) and that with little or no supervision, kids can make nearly every recipe in the book.

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  1. when I was a little girl we lived in France for a few years. I would go out in the backyard and chase the chickens and gather eggs for soft-boiled eggs and toast soldiers.
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  2. I loved it when my mom would put just about anything in an oatmeal cookie,raisins,cereal,coconut,chocolate,butterscotch,or m&ms,the list goes on and on oh and nuts of some sort,I remember i thought it was weird but now I would give anything to have one of her cookies again because she had a knack of making anything taste good.

  3. I always loved Red Velvet Cupcakes. My Grandmother used to make them for us so we would have a tasty treat after school.

  4. My childhood favorite treat was always chocolate cupcakes. We would always switch up the frosting to make them always different and fun! Thank you for such a great giveaway opportunity!!

  5. My mother never baked, a cake once in a great while. My grandmother on the other hand baked all of the time. I learned a lot from her. I remember her making a coffee cake that was awesome. She had the recipe in her head and used a pinch of this and that to make it. I have tried to duplicate it but was never successful. Thank you!

  6. My Mama and I would make home baked bread when I was three. I don’t think I did too much except knead a small ball of dough, but it was a great and special memory I have with her! Boy do I miss her!

  7. my favorite cookie when I was little was Italian anisette cookies with rainbow sprinkles. I used to beg my mommy to make them. You know I haven’t had those in a couple years now, I should make myself some.

  8. My sister is 9 years older than me and I remember her always making Tollhouse cookies. I looked forward to her returning from school on days she was going to bake them.