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on 23 January 2014
Just love Women's Weekly recipes anyway, and this does not disappoint. Five different chocolate cakes and some chocolate biscuits too. Where do you see a cake made using poppy seeds? You'll find one here and all the usual types of cakes revamped to make things more interesting and tasty.
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on 31 January 2013
Yet again, another super publication of tried and tested recipes from Australian Women's Weekly. There's something for everyone in this book with great photos and plenty of ideas for fetes, charity bakes or posh afternoon tea with friends. The recipes really work! Highly recommended.
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on 29 October 2014
lots of easy recipes- recommend the lime and poppy seed cake....
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on 10 December 2012
Arrived very quickly and was exactly what I was looking for. These cookbooks are first-class with clear instructions and illustrations. Good for all cooks.
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on 10 September 2014
Lots of new and exciting recipes to try also old faithful ones looking forward to baking both also family looking forward to this aswell.
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on 19 September 2014
Good condition. Nice book
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on 10 June 2012
Purchased this together with book on muffins and biscuits, all excellent books, only made the almond and carrot cake and the yoghurt fruit loaf, both delicious, can't wait to try more. Would recommend as all the recipes seem different to our recipe books.
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on 25 August 2010
Recipe list:

chocolate and pecan torte
lime and poppy seed syrup cake
pistachio buttercake with orange honey syrup
boiled raisin chocolate cake
berry cream roulade
passionfruit and lemon syrup cake
mandarin, polenta and macadamia cake
tiramisu roulade
chocolate banana cake
lemon sour cream cake
the chocoholics chocolate cake
olive oil cake with blueberries
kumara and pecan loaf
rhubarb and almond cakes
fresh ginger cake with golden ginger cream
lemon and lime white chocolate mud cake
upside-down toffee, date and banana cake
brown sugar sponge
marbled chocolate mud cake
lemon cake
boiled whisky fruit cake
spices of the orient teacake
mini chocolate hazelnut cakes
glace fruit cake
matzo honey cake
gluten-free berry cupcakes
muscat prune shortcake
date and maple loaf
yogurt fruit loaf
almond carrot cake
almond honey spice cake
chocolate mud cake with chilli cherries
whipped cream cake with caramel icing
caramelised apple buttercake
quince and blackberry crumble cake
pineapple cake with malibu cream (on front cover)
family chocolate cake
quick-mix patty cakes
glace icing
basic vanilla biscuits
chocolate chip cookies
crunchy muesli cookies
hazelnut pinwheels
frangipane jam drops
vanilla bean thins
golden pecan twists
coffee almond biscuits
oat and bran biscuits
chocolate lace crisps
maple-syrup butter cookies
polenta and orange biscuits
coffee hazelnut meringues
choc-peppermint slice
berry sponge slice
choc-peanut caramel slice
lemon meringue slice
apple and prune slice
dutch ginger and almond slice
chocolate hazelnut slice
turkish delight rocky road
rosewater baklava
craisin and pistachio muesli slice (I'm guessing a craisin is a dried cranberry?)
rum and raisin chocolate slice
choc-cherry macaroon slice
cherry friand slice

As with most of the Australian Women's Weekly cookbooks there are photos to go with each recipe, and thankfully in this book the quantities of ingredients are given in both cups and grams! I have found there to be a little overlap with a couple of the other books, but not a lot. Really looking forward to trying the pineapple malibu cake on the front.

Hope this helps. Enjoy!
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on 21 October 2013
I have just received the Muffins and Scones Cookbook from the Australian Womens Weely Cookbooks and I must say that the delivery time was brilliant along with the price. The recipes in these books are easy to follow and I have had so much success with them.I would recommend them to anyone to give them a try - BRILLIANT!!!!
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on 29 June 2007
Fantastic, tasty recipes. I especially like the quick-mix cakes that you only use one bowl for!
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