Nadiya Bakes

Nadiya Bakes

Includes all the delicious recipes from the BBC2 TV series

Summary

Give the gift of delicious bakes this Mother's Day with Nadiya's bestselling cookbook

'The cookbook we all need this year'
WOMAN & HOME
'Showstoppers and classic baking for every occasion' SUNDAY TIMES
'Delicious' Times
'Let Nadiya fill your kitchen with pure joy' Woman & Home
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Our beloved Bake-Off winner has created your ultimate baking cookbook to help you conquer cakes, biscuits, traybakes, tarts and pies, showstopping desserts, breads, savoury bakes, and even 'no-bake' bakes - all with her signature mouth-watering twists.

Some of Nadiya's deliciously easy recipes you can achieve at home include:
· Blueberry and Lavender Scone Pizza
· Mango and Coconut Cake
· Sharing Chocolate Fondant
· 'Money Can't Buy You Happiness' Brownies
· Potato Rosti Quiche
· Pepperoni Pull Apart Bread

. . . and much, much more

From classic baking staples to dazzling show-stoppers, you'll discover new favourite recipes for every day and every celebration - it's time to shake up your bakes!
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Reviews

  • Delicious recipes . . . There are big cakes and small cakes, traybakes and no-bake cakes, biscuits, breads and buns. Nadiya hasn't written a book like this before
    Times

About the author

Nadiya Hussain

Since winning 2015's Great British Bake Off in a finale watched by over 13 million viewers, Nadiya Hussain has become a national treasure. She has presented several of her own BBC2 cookery series to great acclaim, with episodes reaching on average 1.9 million viewers each week. Her next cookery series, Nadiya's Fast Flavours, will air on BBC2 in autumn 2021, accompanied by her brand new TV tie-in cookbook.

Her series have also been shown internationally on Netflix and her cookbooks have so far been published into the USA, Germany and the Netherlands, with more territories expected to follow.

Nadiya's other projects have included several standalone travelogue TV programmes, a series of childrens books and a memoir, a reporting role for The One Show, a range of cookware and several partnerships with major brands. Nadiya writes a regular column for The Times and has become recognised as a commentator on mental health after opening up about her own struggles with anxiety.

Born in Luton to British Bangladeshi parents, Nadiya now lives in Milton Keynes with her husband, Abdal, and their three teenage children. She was recently awarded an MBE for services to broadcasting and the culinary arts.

Her previous cookery titles include Nadiya's Kitchen, Nadiya's British Food Adventure, Nadiya's Family Favourites, Time to Eat and Nadiya Bakes.
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