Review; The Mermaid Cookbook by Alix Carey

A few months ago I was fortunate enough to get an ARC of The Mermaid Cookbook by Alix Carey through Netgalley. Today I'll post my review of this cookbook.

Description from Goodreads
Make a splash and be the mermaid you always wanted to be with this beautiful, magical cookbook. Think Mermania meets Hello Kitty Cupcake!

The mysteries of the deep come to light in this delightful cookbook packed with pearls and sparkles. From a Sandcastle Cake and Turtle Doughnuts to Jam Clams and Treasure Trifle, fulfill all your dreams of becoming a mermaid. Or at least eating like one. Color photographs are paired with easy-to-follow recipes. Besides various desserts (cupcakes, celebration cakes, cookies, and bars and bites), the cookbook also includes party food (i.e. Crispy Starfish Churros), breakfast (i.e. Mermaid Toast), and drinks (i.e. Seaplendid Smoothie) sections. Each recipe also shows estimated time to make and difficulty rating.

My Thoughts on the Book
This is a totally fun cookbook with amazing food that looks really yummy. The book has plenty of appealing photos, easy to follow instructions and a great variety of recipes such as cakes, cupcakes and what-not.


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