Cookies and Treats

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‘Tis the season for lots of baking and then taste-testing your cookies and treats! Whether you are baking for yourself or your family, friends and neighbors, baked goods are a wonderful way to show you care. A small box or bag of homemade treats can brighten anyone’s day.

During my time socially distancing this year I have been watching “The Great British Baking Show” and other fun cooking competitions. I have often wondered how to make the delectable treats they are creating.

Luckily, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh has a wonderful collection of resources where we can find awesome recipes and techniques to create the most tempting of baked goods, just like in those cooking shows.

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Cookie Swap!

Includes delicious recipes along with a guide to coordinating and preparing for a cookie swap. You can also check out this title as eBook on Hoopla.