[Review] Dessert Person: Recipes and Guidance for Baking with Confidence by Claire Saffitz

When you’re looking to bake something special, like a cake or brownies, it can be difficult to know just how to go about it. Especially if you’re new to baking, and don’t have a lot of experience with the kitchen. Dessert Person: Recipes and Guidance for Baking with Confidence is here to help! This book contains over 150 recipes, divided into chapters based on type of dessert (cake Chapter, pie Chapter, pudding Chapter etc.), as well as helpful instructions and tips for getting that perfect result every time. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced baker, this book is sure to help you get the results you want.

What is Dessert Person and Why Should You Read It?

If you’re like most people, dessert is one of your favorite parts of the meal. Maybe it’s because it’s a chance to indulge in something sweet without having to worry about the rest of your meal. Or maybe you just enjoy making something special for yourself and your friends. Whatever the reason, Dessert Person is the blog for you!

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Created by Claire Saffitz, Dessert Person is a blog devoted to teaching people how to bake desserts with confidence. Whether you’re a novice baker or have been baking for years, Claire has got you covered with recipes and tips that will help you achieve great results every time.

Not only does Claire teach you how to make delicious desserts, but she also shares her experiences as a pastry chef and baker. This means that you’ll not only be learning from one of the best in the business, but you’ll also be able to apply what you learn to create your own unique desserts.

Whether you’re looking for classic recipes or something a little more creative, Dessert Person has got you covered. So why not give it a try today? You won’t be disappointed!

The Recipes in Dessert Person

The recipes in Dessert Person are both delicious and easy to follow, perfect for beginners or anyone who wants to bake with confidence. Claire Saffitz provides clear and concise instructions, along with beautiful photography, making it easy to create beautiful results. Whether you’re looking for a quick and easy dessert recipe or want to learn how to bake something more complex, Dessert Person has you covered.

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Tips for Baking with Confidence

If you’re anything like me, baking intimidates you. I always feel like I’m not doing it right, and that the end result will be terrible. But with a little bit of guidance and some recipes that are guaranteed to turn out beautifully, baking can be a fun and easy task. In this review, I’ll share some tips for baking with confidence and give you a few recipes to get started.

If you’re new to baking, start with simple recipes. These recipes are designed to be easy to follow, so you can learn how to bake without ruining your cakes or cookies. Once you’ve mastered these basics, you can move on to more complicated recipes. Just keep in mind that baking is like any other cooking: practice makes perfect!

Don’t be afraid of using tools. Baking can be done with just about anything that has a oven—from an electric mixer to a stand mixer to a cake pan. And don’t be afraid of experimenting; sometimes all you need is one new recipe to turn your baking career around.

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Finally, enjoy your baking! Baking should be something that you look forward to doing, not something that stresses you out. If everything goes


Dessert Person: Recipes and Guidance for Baking with Confidence is a comprehensive guide to baking that covers everything from the basics of flour, sugar, eggs, butter, and milk to more advanced techniques like chocolate ganache. Claire Saffitz has years of experience in the pastry world, so her recipes are sure to be reliable and foolproof. Whether you are a beginner baker or an experienced cook looking for something new to try out in the kitchen, this book is a must-have.


When did you start baking?

I started baking about four years ago. I was looking for a new hobby and baking seemed like a fun and easy way to do it!

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