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OK, i wanted to love this little Cookies book......however.........upon receiving it, and giving it a quick look there are some glaring typos and misprints that I would expect should have been caught by the proofreader. Maybe there wasn't one, not sure. At least the author should have seen these and fixed before going to print... 1. Page 25, "Mighty Minty Cookies", WHERE'S THE MINT? 2. Page 36, "Espresso Cookies", HOW IS THE "DIP" FOR THE COOKIES TO BE USED?? NEEDS DIRECTION HERE. 3. Page 48, "Samoa Cookies", item #9 "spread 2/3 of the chocolate filling over the crust", WHERE IS THE OTHER 1/3 OF THE FILLING TO BE USED?? 4. Page 53, "Macadamia Nut Cookies", NO MACADAMIA NUTS IN THE RECIPE, ONLY PEANUTS??! 5. Page 57, "Macaroon Coconut Cookies", SERVES 72??? OBVIOUSLY A TYPO! ALSO, ITEM #3...THESE INGREDIENTS FROM THE SAUCEPAN ARE NOT USED IN THE RECIPE! Aside from these initial findings, I am not looking forward to cooking any of these recipes due to the fact that NONE of these recipes follow the standard convention in cooking where the ingredients list follows the directions. The ingredients on the lists run all over the place in relation to the directions, which is going to make following them a real pain. And a final note, I will check back in once I have had a chance to try some of these recipes, particularly the "Cinnabon Cookies" recipe on page 33. I was very eager to start that one first, but the directions are all over the place, much like some of the other recipes I looked over....direction #9 states "roll dough into a block", then direction #13 states "slice into 7 pieces" and then bake. Very confusing directions. And how does this serve 12?? Also, very suspect is "Hazel Butternut Cookies" on page 41, ingredients list shows no flour in the list, only 1 egg and 1 cup hazelnut butter...doesn't seem like that will work for baking. Seems like whomever wrote this book wasn't proficient in putting together a cookbook.
There are a lot of “Keto friendly” cookbooks on the market, but this little book is my favorite! It gets straight to the point and delivers the goods without a lot of preaching. The recipes are great and easy to make (and delicious).