Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Blog tour: ‘Sweet Treats for the Holidays’ by Norene Cox

About the book:
Create without the wait! Homemade treats for the holidays don’t have to be made from scratch—skip the baking and get right to the decorating. With easy-to-follow instructions using store-bought ingredients like candy, cookies, and frosting, along with a color photo of each treat, Sweet Treats for the Holidays is edible crafting at its cutest.
  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Cedar Fort Publishing & Media (October 14, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1462114180
  • ISBN-13: 978-1462114184

  • About the author:
    When Norene’s sons grew up, she realized how much she missed being a room mom. Making sweet treats with the kids and throwing classroom parties were all a thing of the past. As a result, she created Party Pinching, a popular website where she could blog about her cute food and budget friendly party ideas. Her adorable desserts have been praised by Family Fun magazine, Seventeen magazine, Taste of Home, and even Martha Stewart herself! She is a frequent guest on New Day Northwest, a morning television show in Seattle where her easy dessert demonstrations get rave reviews. Norene lives in the Seattle area with her husband, two sons, and a beagle.

    My review: Sweet Treats for the Holidays by Norene Cox

    5 STARS

    This is a cookbook that I can do.  Don't even need a stove. So creative, full of fun ideas,. Norene uses store bought items in different ways. Like Oreo's , Rice Crispy Squares, candy, and imagination.
     They will bring a smile to everyone face.

    This book has good ideas for holidays starting with Halloween and ending with New Year's day.  It makes me wish I was having a party for my kids.  It makes fun food crafts you can do with children.
    She gives list of items she used and easy instructions how to make. Pictures of the treats. That make you say wow.

    She gives you list of places to go if your looking for certain items that might be hard to find in your area.

    It is full of treats I would be proud to serve anyone.  That any person can have fun making these treats.

    I was given this ebook to read so that I can give a honest review of  Sweet Treats for the Holidays and be part of it's blog tour.

    Sweet Treats for the Holidays” blog tour schedule:
    November 28: The Purple Pug
    November 29: Fizzy Party
    November 30: Log House Foods
    December 1: My Cake School
    December 2: Party Wagon
    December 3: Catch My Party
    December 4: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons
    December 5: Bird’s Party
    December 6: Momstart
    December 7: The Things I Love Most
    December 8: Cakespy
    December 9: Simple Fare, Fairly Simple • Readalot • Author’s Hideaway
    December 10: The Marshmallow Studio • Babs Book Bistro
    December 11: Creative Juice
    December 12:

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