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About Erin Mylroie
Welcome friends! I'm Erin, a cookbook author and professor. I start a lot of projects that I never finish, but I never stop cooking, baking, swapping recipes, and talking about food with strangers. I live in Southern Utah with my husband and two children. I'm so glad you're here!
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A Cookie Lover’s Dream Come True
This is the ultimate cookie book full of all the flavors you love! From New York City Giant Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies to Nutella® Lava Cookies, Erin Renouf Mylroie, author of 2-Ingredient Miracle Dough Cookbook, has ranked 101 of her favorite cookies ever. With so many cookies to choose from—and some brownies and bars, for good measure—you’re sure to have the perfect treat to share no matter who you’re baking for.
Erin compiled this impressive collection of cookies so that you can have the best flavors for every season, holiday and party. Even better, most recipes can be made in a single bowl to cut down on cleanup, and there are so many delicious choices! Welcome the return of autumn with Dark Chocolate–Dipped Pumpkin Biscotti and Maple-Pecan Shortbread. Savor cozy winter days with Peppermint Sugar Cookies or Hot Cocoa and Marshmallow Sno-Cap Cookies. Or nix the cake and bake up a batch of Happy Birthday Cake Batter Cookies this year. With this cookbook, you’ll have everything you need to make your celebrations effortlessly sweet.
Whipping Up Homemade Bread Is As Easy As 1, 2…
Making dough for pretzels, pitas, flatbreads and more couldn’t get any easier—just combine Greek yogurt and self-rising flour, and you’re well on your way to snacking on Pesto-Parmesan Twists, Curried Potato and Pea Samosas, Cini-Mini Churros and Bacon, Fig and Gruyere Volcano Rolls. With 2-Ingredient Miracle Dough Cookbook, there’s no need to fuss with yeast or wait for dough to rise.
Whether you’re baking for breakfast, dinner, dessert or anywhere in between, there is a simple, flavorful recipe to satisfy your craving, and as an added bonus, two-ingredient dough is naturally lower in carbs than traditional bread. Plus, it’s simple to alter the dough to be lower in fat, gluten-free or vegan without sacrificing any flavor. Your friends and family will never guess that the best breads they’ve ever had were so quick, easy and healthy.