Sprinklebakes Cookbook Giveaway

I have been waiting for the release of Heather Baird’s cookbook, Sprinklebakes, for what feels like an eternity.

Heather is the mastermind behind some of the most creative, beautiful, and awe-inspiring desserts I have ever seen.

From No-Bake Strawberry Milk Cheesecake

To Peanut Butter Mousse in Tuile Cookie Spoons, the way her brain works and what she comes up with just blows me away.

I think of her as a food artist who has surgeon’s hands. I am amazed as how she pulls some of these things off!

She also photographs her food with such amazing talent and skill that I literally drool over recipes such as Coca-Cola Cupcakes and Salted Peanut Butter Frosting while gazing at the stunning images.

Her cookbook was just released on May 1 and it’s chock full of amazing new recipes, coupled with her gorgeous photography.

You want this book. You need this book.

One lucky reader will win a copy of Heather’s book, Sprinklebakes

Comment below to enter the giveaway

1. What’s the most beautiful food you’ve ever made? (links welcome)


What is your favorite dessert of all time? (links welcome)

2. For a second entry, Twitter Follow @AverieCooks and and then tweet the following:

“I entered to win the new Sprinklebakes Cookbook in the @AverieCooks @Sprinklebakes Giveaway http://tiny.cc/9gr0dw”

3. For extra entries and you must leave a separate comment for each:

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Contest ends Friday, May 11, 2012 and winner will be chosen randomly. Open to continental U.S. residents only.

200 comments on “Sprinklebakes Cookbook Giveaway”

  1. My fav dessert of all time is the latest great dessert that is in front of me at the moment. Now, knowing that it is going to be a very warm weekend, (90 degrees) I am dreaming of a homemade strawberry-lemon gelato in a cup with prosecco poured over the top!

  2. following you on FB!

  3. My grandmas’ desserts were always delicious. My favorite was her fresh picked blackberry pie.

  4. My favorite dessert of all time is profiteroles. I swoon when I see them on a menu, which isn’t very often!

  5. My favorite dessert is creme brulee.

  6. I think my favorite dessert of all time would have to be my mother’s chocolate bread pudding, piping hot, and covered in cold whipped cream- yum!

  7. I like Averie Cooks on Facebook!

  8. And I like Sprinklebakes on Facebook!

  9. Follow you in instagram

  10. My favorite recipe is the new York times chocolate chip cookies! The best!

  11. I follow sprinkle bakes on Facebook:)

  12. bananas foster

  13. i follow sprinklebakes on twitter

  14. My favorite dessert is vanilla cake with vanilla frosting. Standard and delicious!

  15. My favorite dessert of all time is authentic English trifle. Or Scottish trifle. If it’s cake and custard and cream and fruit and sherry, how far wrong can it be?

  16. Anything that I cook that makes my honey smile is beautiful to me. From Pizza to Pad Thai… A Happy belly is a beautiful thing.

  17. I can’t think of anything “beautiful” I’ve made. Something usually ends up looking lop-sided or broken, etc.

  18. My favorite dessert of all time is chocolate chip cookies
    that have just come out of the oven, that are warm and gooey.

  19. My most favorite dessert is a nice almond cupcake with a light raspberry meringue buttercream. It’s incredible!

  20. I’m excited to now be following you on Instagram!

  21. I made a really lovely champagne cake with lemon and limoncello icing. It was tasty and quite pretty. Never underestimate the beauty of a well put together layer cake.

  22. The banoffee pie I had (2 nights in a row) on my honeymoon in Scotland was out of this world……!

    The cutest things I ever baked were all the intricately decorated cakes I made when my kids were in school………I can’t even count the hours I put into piping figures in icing swimming pools, sleeping bags, pirate ships, etc. Now my friends and I look back and think we were CRAZY to spend so many hours on cakes that would be cut up after a few minutes of admiration!

    I love whimsical ideas and still make cookies that are decorated like slices of watermelon, boxes of crayons, etc.

  23. The most beautiful dessert I have ever made was a three layer coconut cake. I think the beauty was part the cake but part that it brought back a flood of childhood memories :)


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