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Sugarlicious Cookbook

 

 Sugarlicious cover

You all know how much I love to share things that excite me right?  Well, there’s no holding back the excitement today!! Meghan Mountford, author of one of my favorite cookie decorating books and the creative brain behind The Decorated Cookie and editor of Edible Crafts at Craft Gossip, has just released her second book, Sugarlicious, expanding her cookie craft to cupcakes, cakes and other sweet treats.

Meaghan is one of those bakers who takes cute treats to a whole new level.  Sugarlicous is packed with 200 pages of adorable edible art, beautiful color photos and illustrated step-by-step directions for both the novice and seasoned bakers.   The book includes cookies, marshmallows, cupcakes, cakes, cake pops, petits fours and candy clay.

Sugarlicious Treats

You’ll learn to put sweets on sticks, color icing and frosting, pipe with a decorating bag, make fondant decorations, use edible writers and icing sheets, paint and stamp with food coloring, decorate with candies and sprinkles, and so much more. Froggy cupcakes, milkshake cake pops, mustache and bow tie cookie pops, sparkly marshmallows, a lawn ornament cake and pretty painted petits fours are just a tiny sampling of what’s inside.

Want to see more?  Check out the adorable trailer.

 

As soon as my copy arrived at our door, Allison grabbed it up and has at least 5 things earmarked that “we” need to make, so I’ll be sharing some soon!

Want to turn your baking from ordinary to extra ordinary?  Meaghan has a Sugarlicious prize pack for one lucky TidyMom reader!

 Sugarlicious Prize Pack Giveaway

TidyMom Giveaway

UPDATE:  Congrats to the winner, comment #282 Kim!

Win It:  As part of the Sugarlious Blog Tour one lucky TidyMom reader will receive a copy of Sugarlicious  a Sugarlicious apron, hot pink oven mitt, spatula, post-it notes, and a little recipe booklet!!

Required Entry:  Leave a comment on this post telling me about the cutest dessert or treat you’ve ever made or would like to make! (if you are reading this post via email, please note that you must enter on the blog post, NOT by replying to the email)

Want an extra entry?

  • Visit Meghan’s blog, A Decorated Cookie and come back here and leave a comment telling me your favorite treat from her blog.

Official Rules: No purchase necessary. Open to US residents only . Must be over 18. Giveaway will end on February 20, 2012 at 5:00 pm CST. One winner with a valid entry will be selected at random using random.org.   Winner will be notified by email and  will have 48 hours to claim their prize or another winner will be selected. TidyMom, Meghan Mountford and  Harlequin are not responsible for lost or undelivered emails.

Good Luck!

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Disclaimer:  I was provided with a copy of Sugarlicious of my own for this review.  All opinions and love of all things sugar and Meaghan are all my own.

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A self-proclaimed neat freak, Cheryl chronicles her journey through homemaking on her blog, TidyMom.net, where she shares recipes, tutorials, crafting and her ever-growing love for photography. This St. Louis mom juggles her passion for life, her daughters and her tiger-loving husband, all while her obsession with tidiness cleans up the trail blazed behind her. Google+

Comments

  1. 402

    My favorite baked goody from her site was the babycakes donut maker post. I’ve been wanting to tryout that machine!

  2. 403

    The cutest dessert/treat I ever made… none, really. The cutest one I *want* to make… when my brothers and I were young children, my mom made these “Owl Cookies”: a roll cookie with two kinds of dough, decorated with chocolate chips for eyes and a cashew nut for a beak. They were always a special treat, and I’ve yet to really try to do my mom justice by making them as good as she does!

  3. 404
    Theresa Sea says:

    I love all the things Meghan does with food writer pens and marshmallows. It’s so simple, but makes such a cute and easy food craft! :)

  4. 405

    My favotrite treat that.I have ever made was frosted cupcakes with Angry Birds cakepops inserted in the top!

  5. 406
    Jennifer Sawyer says:

    This bok is adorable! i make nothing that cute,but my 1st attempt at cakepops were pretty darn cute : )

  6. 407

    I *love* Meaghan’s bite-sized superhero cookies! My older boys love everything superhero!

  7. 408

    Absolutely LOVE the cookie pops that are a sneak peak from her new book – the ones that look like a mustache and glasses. I pinned it the moment I first saw them! Talk about having fun with your food!!!

  8. 409

    I love the unmacaroon macaroon cookie pop

  9. 410

    my cutest dessert I made was cupcake that were butterbeer

  10. 411

    I made ghost cookies and placed them in a $1.00 store “concrete” urn, for a Halloween party.

  11. 412
    sandy hillis says:

    I made a full sized 3d fondant covered rice krispy goldendoodle dog for a bday party.

  12. 413

    The cutests thing/my favorite thing that I’ve made-so far- would have to be a volcano cake. It had a votive holder in the center, and I put dry ice in it so the volcano smoked during the whole party. The kids LOVED it :)

  13. 414

    I think my cutest dessert was cakes baked in clay pots with dirt and gummy worms flowers and leaves tied with ribbon to to cute- Oh I want to win so bad-hope I do

  14. 415

    You know I”m loving her happy cookies with dragon flies and bee’s

  15. 416

    The cutest dessert I ever made was cookie monster cupcakes when my daughter was little. I am finally getting back into baking and cooking and I am loving it! Thanks for the great giveaway.

  16. 417

    I love baking, trying new recipes, and being artistic when it comes to decorating cakes and cupcakes… and i ABSOLUTELY love this blog!!!

    The cutest dessert I’ve made was for my niece’s 2nd birthday. I made a white, 2 layer cake with vanilla pudding in the middle and made it a Toopy and Binoo cake. As soon as she saw her cake she yelled “AUNTIE!!! TOOPY, BINOO!” she was so excited! It was the best feeling in the world seeing her so happy and excited. My Dad actually just saw a picture of the cake a few weeks ago because he wasn’t able to make it to her party because he had to work… he thought I bought it lol!

    Happy Baking! :)

  17. 418

    I made my cousin a rainbow cake and not only was it cute it made her day so that made it even better!

  18. 419
    Cyndi Bisacre says:

    Everything looks awesome! I can’t wait to make some of these…looking for something to keep me busy and I think I may have found it.

  19. 420

    The cutiest I’ve made was a cocanut easter bunny cake.

  20. 421

    I made the build your own snowman cookies from The Decorated Cookie blog last winter for my son’s Kindergarten class. They loved them!

  21. 422

    I think my fav project from her site is the photo prop cookies she just posted. I have a birthday for my 6 year old coming up and we are so doing this!

  22. 423

    The cutest dessert I ever made were Red Velvet Graduation Cake Pops for my little boy in Kindergarten. They were Yellow , Green or Blue Smiley Faces with Chocolate Melts as The Caps ( No Gowns ) They were stick figures = ) My Son and the whole class loved them.

    From Meghans Blog I Loved her Picasso Art on a stick, That was fabulous!

  23. 424

    I have ogling this book…and drooling over its deliciousness! Please let the winner be me!!!

  24. 425

    Currently, I am loving on the photo prop cookie sticks!!!

  25. 426

    One of my favorite creations was a table-full of Tweety and Sylvester mini cakes I made for a Looney Tunes themed baby shower. They were a huge hit and so much fun to do!

  26. 427

    It’s really hard to choose a favorite from Meaghan’s blog, but I just love her Snowflake Chocolate Sandwich Cookies that she posted in January of last year.

  27. 428
    Auntiepatch says:

    30+ years ago I ran out of cupcake liners the NIGHT BEFORE 30 cupcakes were needed for my son’s class. The only sub I could find in the cupboard was flat-ended ice cream cones. I filled them up 1/2 way and baked them the same time as the “papered” cupcakes. When they cooled I frosted them and they looked like an ice cream cone! I’ve been making them like that ever since.

  28. 429
    Auntiepatch says:

    I love anything on a “stick” so my favorite is the S’mores on a stick! What a great idea and no messy hands!

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