Book Review: The Sweetapolita Bake Book

*Disclosure: I received this book for free in exchange for a review from Blogging for Books. All opinions are my own. See my full disclosure HERE.



The Sweetapolita Bake Book is one of the most adorable baking books I have ever held in my hands. And the recipes inside are just as great!


This book is full of childhood whimsy, delicious recipes, and amazing pictures. 

Though the name is kind of difficult to get the hang of... the rest of the book makes up for it! 
The book starts with an introduction about Rosie. She is just the cutest. The way she writes is full of character and charm. 

"Frolicking in flour and frosting, even as a hobby or an occasional pastime, is something that no one can ever take away from you. It's yours."

"There's something empowering about spending time alone with your creativity and making something with your own two hands." 

"I hope that this book inspires you to bake yourself happy."

I'll say that again because I love it so much... "bake yourself happy."


This book make me smile, drool, and dream about sprinkles, cakes, cupcakes, and cookies! Any fan of baking would love to have this book in their bake-book collection!


(images from sweetapolita)


There's even a whole section on sprinkles! Rosie said it best when she said, 
"where there are sprinkles, there is happiness."

This section includes sprinkle recipes, FAQs about sprinkles, and of course the most happiest sprinkle pictures of all time!

 Rosie has opened her own shop selling sprinkle mixes. How amazing is that!




I love this book, and I was so happy to read through it and add it to my collection. Plus this book is definitely cute enough to display on my bookshelf!
I haven't had a chance yet to try out any of the recipes, but one of my favorite bloggers Courtney of Pizzazzerie tried out the watercolor graffiti cookies and posted it. You can check out her post here!

Thanks for reading!


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  1. What a fun book! And so beautiful! Thanks for sharing this at Booknificent Thursday!
    Tina

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