Why Bake a Cake When You Can Bake a Hello Kitty Cake?

published Oct 23, 2014
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The book: The Hello Kitty Baking Book by Michele Chen Chock

The angle: Turn all your favorite treats into Hello Kitty funtimes.

Recipes for right now: Hello Kitty Jack-O-Lantern Spice Cookies, Red Apple Cupcakes, Hello Kitty Perfect Pink Cake, Hello Kitty and Friends Cake Pops, Hello Kitty’s Favorite Apple Pie, Rainbow Finger Jello

Who would enjoy this book? Anyone who squealed when they saw this post.

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Quick Facts

Who wrote it: Michele Chen Chock

Who published it: Quirk

Number of recipes: 20

Other highlights: This slim little book packs a whole lot of fun — assuming, of course, that you are a life-long fan of Hello Kitty. The recipes are basic baked good fare, but include a few fancy-pants things like Hello Kitty-shaped macarons and some truly impressive decorated cakes. If you’re not sure of your pastry skills, never to worry — there are plenty of easy, everyday ways to bring a little Hello Kitty into your baked treats. There’s also a very nice section on basic bakery techniques, like piping frosting onto cake, at the back of the book.

Find the book at your local library, independent bookstore, or Amazon: The Hello Kitty Baking Book by Michele Chen Chock

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