The Princess Dessert Cookbook

The Princess Dessert Cookbook

Desserts Inspired by Disney, Star Wars, Classic Fairy Tales, Real-Life Princesses, and More!

Aurélia Beaupommier

$10.99

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Become the princess (or prince) of your kitchen with royalty-inspired desserts!

Based off princes and princesses from books, movies, classic fairy tales, history, and more, these delicious desserts are perfect for boys and girls both young and old. Whether you want a snack for yourself or your children, these recipes will put a bit of magic in your life. Explore enchanted universes and discover extraordinary flavors in these original desserts, including:
 

  • Robin Hood’s Sherwood Blackberry Tart
  • Cinderella’s Pumpkin Turnovers
  • The Snow Queen’s Frosty Popsicles
  • Aladdin’s Baklava from the Souk
  • The Princess and The Frog Bayou Pancakes
  • Thor Entremets
  • Princess Leia’s Rebel Brioches
  • And much more!
These treats can be enjoyed at any time of day, and range from simple to sophisticated, perfect for any beginning or expert baker. With easy to follow instructions, entertaining tidbits, and beautiful photos, these fantastic desserts will be your crowning glory at any party or get‑together (or at your own dinner table)! You’ll be treated like royalty wherever you go when you bake with The Princess Dessert Cookbook.


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Aurélia Beaupommier:
Aurélia Beaupommier is a passionate reader of all wonderful and fantastic literature. She decided to join the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) in France, where she worked for many years as a librarian. As passionate about books as she is about cooking, she now lives with her family in Normandy, in a secret place where there are “books, friends, and flowers” and where she has concocted these recipes from the world cultures of the imaginary. She previously published two books with Skyhorse: The Wizard's Cookbook(2017), The Wizard's Dessert Cookbook (2019), and The Unofficial Harry Potter Fan's Cookbook (2019).

Grace McQuillan has translated the works of Andreï Makine, Stéphane Allix, and has received a French Voices Award for her translation of Le Crieur de Nuit by Nelly Alard. Her work has also appeared in The Brooklyn Rail and PBS NewsHour. Originally from New Jersey, she now lives in Nevis.

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