Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Blog tour: Party with Sweet Treats by Norene Cox


About the book:
It’s not a party till you see these sweets! From April Fool’s Day fun to birthday bashes and graduation gatherings, Party with Sweet Treats is a full collection of easy-to-make edible crafts that are sure to impress all your guests. With so many delicious recipes and adorable treats to try, you’ll want to find any excuse to celebrate!
Panda Snack Cakes
Piñata Rice Krispie Treats
Little Leprechaun Cupcakes
  • File Size: 4555 KB
  • Print Length: 160 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc. (March 10, 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English

  • About the author:
    When Norene’s sons became teenagers, she realized how much she missed being a room mom. Making sweet treats with the kids and throw- ing 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 adora- ble desserts have been featured in Family Fun magazine, Seventeen magazine, and Taste of Home, and have been praised by Martha Stewart and Shark Tank’s Bar- bara Corcoran. She is a frequent guest on New Day Northwest, a morning television show in Seattle, where her easy dessert demonstrations get rave reviews.
    Norene’s love for celebrating special occasions with all things sweet inspired her to write Party with Sweet Treats, the perfect sequel to her first book, Sweet Treats for the Holidays.

    My review: Party with Sweet Treats by Norene Cox

    5 STARS

    These are so cute and fun ideas.  I am reading this on April Fools day and the ideas for this holiday are so creative.  Fake chicken tenders that look so real  I wished I had someone to feed today.

    These are creative ideas using store bought food and candy to make cute food for different party favors. For kid parties or wedding party ideas.  These ideas will make your party stand out.

    Teaches you what supplies will be good to keep on hand so you will be ready to make those special treats.

    There are lots of beautiful photos of all the ideas.
    This book cover Chinese New Years day to fourth of July.

    I would love to have this cookbook in hardback or soft to keep for future party planning.

    I was given this ebook to read from Cedar Fort Publishing.  In return I agreed to give honest review of Party with Sweet Treats.

    Part with Sweet Treats” blog tour schedule:
    April 1: • Wishful Endings
    April 2: Simple Fare Fairly Simple • readalot
    April 3: Fizzy Party
    April 4: The Marshmallow Studio
    April 5: Bird’s Party
    April 6: Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons
    April 7: The Party Wagon • Reidhead Random-ness

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