Recipes from Auntie Clem's Bakery
You’ve begged for recipes from Auntie Clem’s Bakery, so I have finally pulled together a handful of my basic recipes for you.
Now, Erin can make a lot of awesome baking that I cannot, both because she can use ingredients that I can’t eat (I am one of those people with multiple intolerances and allergies) and because she has time to experiment and bake when I am spending my time writing new books for you! I have collected thousands of recipes and not even tried 10% of them. I don’t generally bake loaves of bread; I keep tortillas and pancakes in my freezer and on special occasions make sandwich rolls. I don’t want to give you recipes that I haven’t tested myself, so that limits the number of recipes I can share.
The good news is, during the Christmas holiday, I pulled together a few of my tried, tested, and true recipes and made them available to you for a free download. These are recipes that I spent years adapting and creating. I will continue to add recipes to it in the future.
I will plan to add to this recipe collection in coming months/years as I have more time to bake and write down the ingredients. For now, I am starting small! (Very small!)
I hope you find these recipes useful.
* As well as Kindle and epub format, I am also offering this in pdf format intended to be printed and stapled/hole punched for use in your kitchen.
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