Small Batch Baking.

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    NThomas Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone bake small amounts at a time , is this something you would like to try? Do you have any tip on how to reduces a recipe to make smaller batches? Let us know what you when you only need to bake a small number of treats.
     
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    Soliloquy Well-Known Member

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    I remember seeing a cookbook called (I think) "One Cookie" that had several different recipes for when you just wanted one cookie. I didn't buy it or try any of the recipes, but that might be ideal for you.
     
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    Christine Mlinek Well-Known Member

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    There is a site called dessertfortwo.com, She scaled down the desserts for two. Awesome site. Just love her.
     
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    That website sounds great :). With exception to special occasions and holidays, I'm typically making things in relatively small batches...so it's nice to see how other people scale things down and get ideas :).
     
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    I recently found a book called Small batch Baking. I have not made any of the recipes yet ,but I have read though the cook book. They have excellent tips on using cans and other nontraditional bake ware to make individual cakes and pies. This book is So cool and I think I can have a lot of fun with it.
     
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