I Want... More Baking Books

21 August 2012

As my regular readers will know, I'm very new to baking. So new in fact, that until 4 months ago, I hadn't baked since I did GCSE Home Economics at high school. To be honest I only started baking to fill my blog when I couldn't be bothered to blog think of anything else to write about. But I fell head over heel in love with baking! It's an addiction, I just want to bake all the time. I'm always on the lookout for new recipes that I want to try. But I think it's time to expand my very limited recipe book collection. I'm getting fed up of spending hours searching the internet for recipes so I need a good collection of recipe books that I can just flick through instead.

So I've started a wish list on Amazon of all the books I want. There really are loads of them! I started with a list of about five that I really wanted but as I was adding them to the list I just kept finding more and more fabulous must-haves!

So here is my {rather long} baking book wish list. And I haven't even started listing Mary Berry's books as there are so many of them!

A Passion for Baking by Jo Wheatley

How To Bake by Paul Hollywood

The Great British Bake Off: How To Bake

The Great British Bake Off: How To Turn Everyday Bakes Into Showstopper

The Boy Who Bakes by Edd Kimber

Boutique Baking by Peggy Porschen

Cupcakes from the Primrose Bakery by Martha Swift
Bake by Rachel Allen

Cake by Rachel Allen

Recipes from my Mother for my Daughter by Lisa Faulkner
Saved By Cake by Marian Keyes

The Hummingbird Bakery Cake Days by Tarek Malouf

How to be a Domestic Goddess by Nigella Lawson

Baking Made Easy by Lorraine Pascale

The Hairy Dieters: How To Love Food and Lose Weight by The Hairy Bikers

Do you have any of these recipe books? Which is your all time favourite recipe book?

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