Procrastibaking: 100 Recipes for Getting Nothing Done in the Most Delicious Way Possible

Procrastibaking: 100 Recipes for Getting Nothing Done in the Most Delicious Way Possible Review

Master the art of “doing nothing” in the most delicious way possible with this enticing collection of 100 recipes that are ideal for avoiding laundry, emails, cleaning the house, and well, everything else that wants your attention.

Sometimes you need to take a mini vacation from the demands of daily life, and the kitchen is the best space for it. How can you return those emails when there’s dough on your hands? It would be counterproductive to handle clean laundry after dipping chocolates all afternoon, right? It’s no coincidence that apple season coincides with tax time (for us extension filers, of course)—the universe is sending you a very clear message.

Pastry chef and beloved blogger Erin Gardner provides the ultimate guide to procrastibaking with pride and purpose in this inspired collection of 100 recipes, from easy one-hour projects to weekend affairs. From Case-of-the-Mondays Morning Treats, to Late-for-Everything Loaf Cakes and Fear-of-Success Snack Cakes, this book has a chapter for every procrastibaking need, and recipes to satisfy any craving for distraction. Not feeling that work project? Work on some Peanut Butter S’more Bars instead. Term paper due tomorrow? Making some No-Bake Cookies-n-Cream Pie will get the creative juices flowing. Does your mother-in-law have you channeling Scrooge? This calls for a procrasti-masterpiece, like a Gingerbread House...from scratch.

So don’t be ashamed. Put down the laundry basket. Ignore the emails.

It’s time to procrastibake.

Title:Procrastibaking: 100 Recipes for Getting Nothing Done in the Most Delicious Way Possible
Edition Language:English

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    Procrastibaking: 100 Recipes for Getting Nothing Done in the Most Delicious Way Possible Reviews

  • Alicia Bayer

    This is a fun cookbook made great by the author's likeable personality, a fun layout, and really decadent baking recipes of all kinds. The author says in the intro that there are "a few" photos of the...

  • Janet

    When it is snowy and cold outside (and my car is buried under 2ft of ❄️ ), superspeed readers like me can read 250+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book … and many more today. LOLI requested...

  • Kristen Curtis

    Very cute and I want to bake just about every recipe in here! I mean bacon, egg and cheese muffins and giant cinnamon roll scones?! Sign me up!...

  • Victor

    Really cool recipes, though my attempt at salty sailor blondes ended up changing the chemistry of a brownie by adding too much caramel. Still tasted great. ...

  • Kelly Gesker

    Cannot wait to bake my way through this delightful book!!...

  • Shari Suarez

    Are you a procrastinator? Do you like to avoid life's tougher tasks by baking something delicious? If so this is the book for you. The recipes look delicious and most of them are uncomplicated. The au...

  • Ann

    This is a great little cookbook for bakers and want to be bakers. It is 100 recipes that are simple and easy to follow. Lack of illustrations is my only complaint. There is a wide variety of recipes f...

  • Tiffanie Dang

    I was sent a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Erin has such an amazing variety of recipes in this book that, combined with her humor about avoiding tasks and responsibilities, r...

  • Lauren Paletta

    I loved this!!! Tons of recipes for those times when there is nothing I want to do but make food. Which happens more than I would care to admit. Oh, the laundry needs done? Oh the dishes need washed? ...

  • Emmalita

    I am both a life long baker and a life long procrastinator. I have certainly engaged in procrastibaking – the baking you do to avoid doing the things you need to do. When I saw Erin Gardner’s Proc...