Ann Reardon's award-winning video series How To Cook That draws millions of people from all around the globe each week, eager to learn the secrets of her extravagant cakes, chocolates, and desserts.
Now, Ann is creating a book to help even more people learn how to make her a non-stop carnival of eye-popping creations and fun and delicious baking projects.
How to Cook That Dessert Cookbook: Pastries, Cakes and Sweet Creations
“How to Cook That is the most popular Australian cooking channel in all the world, and it’s not hard to see why.” ―PopSugar
Offering a fun-filled step-by-step dessert cookbook, Ann Reardon teaches you how to create delicious and impressive pastries, cakes and sweet creations.
Join food scientist Ann Reardon, host of the award-winning YouTube series How to Cook That, as she explores Crazy Sweet Creations. An accomplished pastry chef, Reardon draws millions of baking fans together each week, eager to learn the secrets of her extravagant cakes, chocolates, and eye-popping desserts. Her warmth and sense of fun in the kitchen shines through on every page as she reveals the science behind recreating your own culinary masterpieces.
For home cooks and fans who love their desserts, cakes, and ice creams to look amazing and taste even better. Take your culinary creations to influencer status, you’ll also:
- Learn to make treats that get the whole family cooking
- Create baked goods that tap into beloved pop culture trends
- Impress guests with beautiful desserts
Readers of dessert cookbooks like Mary Berry’s Baking Bible by Mary Berry, Cake Confidence by Mandy Merriman, or Pastry Love by Joanne Chang will love How to Cook That: Crazy Sweet Creations.
Ann Reardon is the creator and host of How to Cook That, the #1 baking series in Australia and #3 in the US.
Reardon is a certified scientist and dietician. After many years in food service, she started the How to Cook That channel out of Sydney, Australia in 2009.
Reardon came up with the idea as she was night nursing her third-born son. She began with a post a week, and an occasional video.
As her platform grew, she moved to YouTube and her followers grew. How to Cook focuses on desserts and pop-culture.