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Here's the perfect solution to dessert for you and that special someone.--Holly Clegg, author of the Trim & Terrific cookbook series, on Small-Batch Baking

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Debby Maugans is the author of "Small-Batch Baking, " and writes the weekly "Tables for Two" food column for the "Birmingham News." A food writer and stylist for more than twenty-five years, Maugans developed recipes for Fannie Flagg's popular "Whistle Stop Cafe Cookbook." She lives in Asheville, North Carolina."

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It is like an easy bake oven only better!!! 21. März 2011
Von PattyLouise - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I love this book!!! It manages to help you create amazing yummy desserts but not in huge quantities. Sometimes I only want a baby chocolate cake or a few cookies...not an enormous quantity. The chocolate cake on the cover can be made in washed out clean as a whistle tuna cans...or soup cans!!! The best thing about this book for me is that my mom saved all of my toy bakeware and I am using them for some of these recipes. It is a wonderful book for a small family or when you just want a teeny little taste of something!!!
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The Best Chocolate Things Come In Small Packages 25. April 2011
Von Charles G. Thompson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The best things come in small packages. In the case of "Small-Batch Baking for Chocolate Lovers," the best chocolate things come in small packages. Author Debby Maugans perfected the art of baking for one or two people in her first book, "Small Batch Baking." Realizing that the average recipe produced a larger quantity of the end product than a single person, or couple may want to eat, or be able to finish she revised recipes so that the serving sizes were more appropriate for one or two people. A pretty smart idea in and of itself.

Being the professed chocoholic she is, Maugans saw a need for a small-batch cookbook for chocolate lovers. And thank goodness she did! In the introduction to the book she explains that her go-to dessert choice is always something with chocolate. I couldn't agree more. Out at a restaurant I always go for chocolate desserts over any others. Often I won't have a dessert if there is nothing with chocolate in it. I, too, love chocolate and I know that I'm not alone. This is a book I'll use often.

Smartly so, Maugans begins the book with a chapter called "Small-Batch Chocolate Baking Know-How" which explains everything you need to know to start small-batch baking. From the equipment needed, to ingredients and measuring techniques, to storage of ingredients, it's all spelled out. Then the fun really begins. The chapters unfold from cakes and cupcakes; to pies, tarts, and cheesecakes; to puddings and soufflés; to muffins, scones, shortcakes, and loaves; to desserts that are "better with chocolate"; to holiday desserts, and finally liquid pleasures. I'd say the gamut of possibilities is well-covered. I knew Maugans was a serious chocolate lover in the chapter titled "Better with Chocolate" in which she takes desserts that are normally not made with chocolate and adds it. Cinnamon rolls with chocolate rolled up with the nuts and cinnamon sugar. Baklava with chocolate in the nut filling.

A good chocolate chip cookie recipe is worth its weight in gold -- I mean, chocolate. Maugans' recipe for "Simply the Best Small-Batch Chocolate Chip Cookies" is so good it might be the best small or large batch recipe around. Soft, gooey, super-chocolatey deliciousness, (yield 8 cookies). Other recipes I tried and loved were Classic Chocolate Cake, (yield 2 cakes, or 4 cupcakes); Chocolate Decadence Cheesecakes (yield 2 cheesecakes); Ultimate Brownies (yield 3 brownies), and Whole Wheat Chocolate Banana Bread (Maugans is right, chocolate added to banana bread is a revelation) (yield 1 loaf, 4 or 5 slices). There are plenty more I want to try including several recipes for ice cream cakes. One comment re the yields, Maugans uses recycled tin cans such as 8 oz., 14.5 oz., and 15 oz. tomato sauce, or bean cans in the cakes recipes hence the yield of 2 small, single-serving sized cakes. She has a few other tricks like this to make small-batch baking work.

If you live alone, or are a couple, and don't want to make desserts that yield enough for a family of six -- and you love chocolate -- then "Small-Batch Baking for Chocolate Lovers" is for you. Actually, I'd say it's for anyone who wants to reduce the size of their desserts, or dessert intake. With only eight chocolate chip cookies there will be none leftover to tempt a middle-of-the-night craving.
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Clearer than the first one! 15. März 2011
Von A. Chow - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I have the original Small-Batch Baking by this author, and I must admit the original was a little more complex and laid out in a slightly more confusing way. This time around, the pages are single-column, not double-column, and the "makes X cookies" or "makes X cakes" is easy to see at one glance.

The original Small-Batch Baking also had a lot of recipes I wasn't particularly fond of for various reasons having to do with me being a picky eater. A chocolate-focused small-batch baking book? Absolutely perfect. It's just me eating them, after all; my husband doesn't like cakes and isn't all that particularly fond of most cookies either, and we don't have any children (yet). Small batches of chocolate treats for me to eat over a weekend make this book absolutely perfect.
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Single? Married no kids (at home)? GET this cookbook! 26. September 2011
Von H. Roth - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The title of this book hooked me. I love to bake, we enjoy eating the results and my small family does not need the results of most full-size recipes in the house. Making a number of the recipes turned out to be an interesting adventure that I recommend. I also have a few cautions to include while approaching the instructions in the book.

The book begins with well-written instructions on the equipment you need to succeed with this cookbook. Ms. Maugans points out full-sized implements, such a stand-mixer, are just overkill for these smaller recipes. Now that I've had the experience of working through a variety of the recipes, trust me, this is very true.

An enjoyable benefit to the recipes is simplified clean-up. On one day I completed five test recipes. I simply washed the small mixing bowl, beaters for my electric hand mixer and a couple measuring cups between each batch. Great results with less clean up? Now that's a real pleasure in the kitchen.

I do quibble with one of her equipment points however. The larger-size can recommended for some of the recipes is definitely the right size except for one problem: if you only need two servings of any recipe, you certainly don't need twenty servings of hominy or tomato sauce just so you can have the correct size baking tin. Fortunately, you have other options.

I found the sizes I needed in two different places. First, a local craft store had the smaller tart and spring-form pans in stock. They averaged about $7.00 each in Northern California where I live. If you are the kind of person who enjoys the hunt, however, I'd suggest visiting a couple thrift stores. I understand not everyone enjoys this kind of shopping--no worries, that craft store has just what you need. In my case, however, I found a small spring-form pan and two tart pans of the correct size to test these recipes. They were much less expensive than buying new. Either way, you can find items that match the descriptions with a little hunting.

We adored the Chocolate Chèvre Cheesecakes on page 254. The results were lighter than a traditional New York style cake. The heavier version can lay on the tongue in a cloying manner. This was a great match to after-dinner without any coffee. The mixture of the goat cheese also adds an interesting note that goes well with chocolate. This recipe did have one surprise. It makes two cheesecakes and honestly each one is two servings. Neither of us could imagine eating an entire cheesecake. Of course, it keeps well in the refrigerator, so it's not a problem. And be aware that many of the recipes made four servings rather than two.

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Enjoy! Heidi
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I love tiny desserts! 10. Juli 2011
Von Merchris - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I love making small desserts for several reasons. One, they're delicious; two, they're cute; and three, I can't eat too much! I've only made the brownie recipe out of this book so far, but it was quite lovely. Very moist and chewy, just like I like them. I also have the author's other small batch baking book and love it just as much. I know some people say that it takes just as much time and effort as making a whole batch of something, but I sort of disagree with that. I can whip these up pretty quick, and it's worth it to not have a whole pan of trouble laying around.
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