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5 of the best indulgent baking books

Rainbow Bakes by Mimi Sinclair (Kyle Books; £9.99)

For cakes, biscuits, small bakes and puddings that are a multi-coloured work of art in themselves (as well as being delicious), this is the bake book to really brighten your day.


Bake to Impress by Christian Humbs (DK; £14.99)

Take your baking to the next level and impress your guests with a bake from this incredible compendium of 100 sweet recipes from cakes and deserts to muffins and macarons.


Jamie’s Food Tube: The Cake Book by Cupcake Jemma (Penguin; £7.99)

A seasonal collections of creative (breakfast Earl Grey cupcakes! Hot cross bun cupcakes!) and beautiful cupcakes is the name of the game here, all made by star of Jamie Oliver’s dedicated YouTube channel, Cupcake Jemma.



Baking Made Easy by Lorraine Pascale (Harper Collins; £20)

For every kind of baked goodie, savoury and sweet, including breads, cakes, tarts and pies, we love this book by the model-turned-patisserie chef. There’s a Baked Alaska with Champagne Strawberries. Just saying.


The Hummingbird Bakery: Life is Sweet by Tarek Malouf (Fourth Estate; £20)

This sweet-focussed recipe book from everyone’s favourite bakery has a distinctly American flavour. Expect Buttermilk Pancakes, Shaker Lemon Pie and tunnel of fudge cake, among others. *drools*


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