A very popular Notting Hill bakery in London, Biscuiteers, is famous for its beautiful and intricate biscuits designed around different themes. From fashion and animals to biscuits to welcome a new arrival, their boxes of iced gifts have long been allowing savvy Londoners to say it with biscuits rather than flowers.
With Biscuiteers Book of Iced Gifts, you can create these Biscuiteers gems in the comfort of your own kitchen! With chapters on all of the essential recipes and techniques to make Biscuiteers' amazing biscuits, this cookbook will teach you everything from different types of dough and icing skills to how to make all manner of inspired biscuit designs for every season, passion, theme and occasion, from ice cream toppers and wedding favors to Christmas tree decorations.
Whether you aspire to be a precise baker and want to take their biscuit making and icing skills to the next level or just enjoy the art of baking and are one who loves to make edible gifts for family and friends, Biscuiteers Book of Iced Gifts is the book for you! You'll soon be sending out the most special and impressive gifts to your loved ones in no time!
With 60 creative projects awaiting you and your kitchen, Biscuiteers Book of Iced Gifts provides for an entire year of special occasions for every gifting moment. The perfect gift for baking enthusiasts and icing lovers!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Biscuiteers is an award-winning online retailer of hand-made, hand-iced biscuits. Launched in 2007 with the mission statement 'Why send flowers when you can send Biscuiteers instead?', they have become leaders in the premium gifting world, thanks to their beautifully presented iconic designs to suit every occasion.
With customers in 98 countries, Biscuiteers also offer a personalized service and have created bespoke designs for many prestigious brands, including Christian Dior, Mulberry and Net a Porter, as well as licensed ranges depicting Mr. Men, Beatrix Potter characters and The Snowman. Selected products are sold in Selfridges, John Lewis, Fortnum & Mason and Harrods, as well as in their two London 'Icing Cafés', where they also host popular icing workshops.