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One bowl baking

by Yvonne Ruperti

Yvonne Ruperti - 7 January 2014 12:35 PM | Updated 17 Jan 2014

One bowl baking

Great baking doesn't mean you have to spend all day in the kitchen or fill up your sink with dishes.

One Bowl Baking is all about simplifying baking − by taking away the extra steps, extra appliances, and extra bowls. No electric mixers and no food processors needed. All of the recipes are easily stirred by hand and most are assembled and in the oven in 15 minutes or less. Some don't even require a bowl − they're mixed directly in the pan.

Chef Yvonne Ruperti's cookbook is a must for anyone with a tiny kitchen, and the easy steps will have you whipping up desserts like you own your own bakeshop. Take a look. 

The recipes cover all areas of baking: cupcakes, chocolate brownies, cookies, cakes, muffins, fruit tarts, and more. From peanut butter and jam bars to creamy no-bake cheesecake, One Bowl Baking features more than 100 quick-mix recipes for all sorts of super delicious sweets. Less time, less clean up, and more eating.

As an exclusive sneak preview, we share three delicious recipes from the book here. 

coconut cake

Glazed coconut bundt cake
Moist, coconut milk cake made easy with one bowl baking


Fudgy walnut brownie cookies
Easy to make, moist cookies with the richness of brownies


Red velvet cupcakes with vanilla cream cheese frosting
Classic cupcakes made easier with one bowl baking

One Bowl Baking is available wherever books and e-books are sold.

Additionally, we are giving away FIVE cookbooks autographed by chef and author Yvonne Ruperti. To win, answer this easy question 

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In her former life in the United States, Yvonne Ruperti was a pastry chef, bakery owner, magazine writer, and cooking show co-host on America’s Test Kitchen TV. Now based in Singapore, she is a baking instructor for the CIA in Singapore while continuing to write for SeriousEats.com. When not at work, she is busy slurping ramen, hunting down craft beers, and handing out treats to the neighborhood cats. Follow her on Twitter