Deck your halls with sprinkles and frosting! This cookbook has you covered for the entire holiday season.
Whether you’re baking cookies with family, bringing cupcakes to a bake sale, or aiming to WIN your office holiday bake off, Reindeer Food will guarantee your success! This cookbook features tons of different techniques, allowing both beginners and baking experts to hone their skills this holiday season. Esteemed author Cayla strives to turn everyday recipes into “edible cuteness”—colorful, eye-catching treats!
Cozy up in front of the fire with a Reindeer Hot Chocolate, challenge your friends to an Ugly Christmas Sweater Cake challenge, and watch the winter sun shine through your Snowflake Window Cookies. Santa will surely leave you extra presents when he sees the Candy Cane Cookies you’ve left out for him! And if someone in your family has been naughty this year, you can always sneak a couple Lumps of Coal into their stocking.
• Gingerbread man cupcakes
• Wreath bundt cake
• Reindeer marshmallows
• Sugarplum truffles
• Eggnog hot chocolate
• Candy cane donuts
• Sugar cookie gift tags
• Dancing reindeer brioche
• Christmas tree cheesecake cups
• SO many more!
“There are so many fabulous festive treats to choose from for both the grown-up palette and more playful treats to make with the kids coming up to the holidays. Check it out to find new inspiration for your seasonal baking as well as lots of reimagined old favorites.”
—Cake Geek Magazine
“Author of Unicorn Food and Mermaid Food, Cayla Gallagher, is back in the kitchen with the third book in her Whimsical Treats cookbook series, Reindeer Food: 85 Festive Sweets and Treats to Make a Magical Christmas. This winter, follow her journey to new realms of sweetened confectionery goodness . . . If there’s one sure thing about cooking with Gallagher, it’s this: Your holiday table will look (and taste) better than ever before! . . . Gallagher’s fun recipes provide the perfect foundation for a cozy, vibrant Christmas at home. Find your new family favorite dessert, and savor every minute spent baking warmth into the frostiest season of the year.”
—Flea Market Décor