Brownies are so easy and yummy that everyone has their favorite recipe. Debates rage about whether a real brownie should be chewy or gooey, rich or sweet, nutty or plain but whatever your preference, they are always a great, no-fuss treat. Now’s the time to expand your repertoire with Annie Rigg’s collection of brownie recipes—both plain and decorated. Start with a Simple recipe—easy and delicious flavor combinations for the ultimate undecorated brownie. As well as the classic brownie (which provides the base for many of
the subsequent recipes), you will find mouthwatering Caramel Swirl Brownies and Blondies, made with white chocolate chunks. Turn to the Pretty chapter for a little sophistication. Petits Fours are made from cubes of brownies coated in chocolate ganache and decorated with crystallized roses and
candied orange peel—perfect for a Mother’s Day celebration. Melt someone’s heart with your Valentine’s Brownies, complete with velvety frosting and white chocolate hearts. Indulgent brownies are for every occasion. Coffee lovers will go crazy for Cappuccino Brownie Squares covered with coffee buttercream and chocolate curls! And let’s not forget the biggest fans of all things chocolatey—Kids! This chapter is designed to be cute, fun, and creative, so you’ll find Brownie Sandwiches, Brownie Popsicles, and even Brownie Cupcakes, all aiming to be made and enjoyed by budding little bakers.
• Brownies are back in food fashion.
• Everyone loves brownies and this book has plenty of decorating ideas.
• Mouthwatering photography by Laura Edwards.
Annie Rigg is a freelance food stylist and writer and has worked on numerous books and bestselling magazines, such as Sainsbury’s magazine, Olive, delicious, Country Living and BBC Good Food. She has worked with Ainsley Harriott, Jean-Christophe Novelli and Rachel Allen. For Ryland Peters & Small, she has also written Christmas Cupcakes, Christmas Cooking with Kids, Birthday Cakes for Kids and Decorating Cakes & Cookies. Annie lives in Warwickshire, UK.
- Mouthwatering photography by Laura Edwards.