These are cakes like your grandmother’s: mad with delicious ingredients, blended easily together and thrown in an oven. Paul Watson is quoted as saying: “These cakes may not have the most flattering of names, but they more than make up for it in their amazing taste.”
No more tiptoeing across the kitchen floor for fear of having the cake fall or crossing your fingers for a scrumptious result. Preparing, making and baking a dump cake is perhaps the easiest form of baking. Ingredients are placed in a single pan, layered, and popped into the oven. Does it sound overly simple? Yes! That’s the point. The concept was likely conceived by a woman but intended for a man.
Any number of tasty combinations are possible. Once you’ve mastered the 40 recipes contained in this easy-to-follow cookbook, you’ll astound your family and friends with your own concoctions. There is literally no way to go wrong with this type of cake.
Inside this unusually simple guide, you’ll learn how to make decadent cobblers, fruity sensations, and much, much more. Learn what thousands have already discovered: there is an easy, fast way to impress your family with a quick, after-dinner dessert. Serve it right from the pan it was cooked in. They’re delicious on their own or truly astounding when covered with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.
Do you worry too much, or do family members or friends of yours worry too much? Then this book is perfect for you! We all worry about some things, but too much can become a problem. It can leave you anxious, sleepless, and negative. So find out about the background and psychology behind worrying, and the techniques and thought you need to stop doing it.
Learning to declutter our lives is a lifelong task that we all need to take seriously. When we are children, we have our parents following us around and cleaning up after us. As we enter the teenage years, we begin to take on responsibilities and begin to give ourselves structure. When we become adults, we soon become aware that there is too much to do and very little time to do it. This is where setting a plan and a goal will help us develop strong habits.