1. We’re all curious to know the science behind the tiny recipes! How long did it take you to master baking in a tiny kitchen? It really is the cutest thing ever, but looks challenging!
2. If baking is a science, which branch do you use most when making such fancy desserts? Chemistry? Physics?
3. For those of us who aren’t scientists, what’s your best piece of advice on how to develop recipes? Most importantly, where do you find inspiration for creating such decadent desserts?
4. With Mother’s Day approaching, I’m sure everyone wants to know what are some of your favorite baking gifts for mom? Any gifts that would pair exceptionally well with the decadent desserts inside Crazy Sweet Creations?
Pamper your lovely mother(s) this Mother´s Day and make her a dessert she will not soon forget. With a little help from Ann of course!
5. What dessert should I make for my mom who loves to indulge in chocolate?
6. What dessert should I make for my mom who loves decadent ice cream flavors?
Roasted Strawberry Ice Cream
7. What dessert should I make for my mom who loves fancy pastries?
8. What dessert goes with tacos?
9. What dessert goes with pizza?
10. What dessert goes with lasagna?
11. Lastly, out of all the decadent desserts in Crazy Sweet Creations…what dessert are you and why?
Ann Reardon is a qualified food scientist, pastry chef and dietitian who has been named Australia’s Queen of Desserts by the Sidney Morning Herald. She is the host of the wildly popular How to Cook That YouTube series (4.8M subscribers). Reardon has made her claim to fame making pop-culture-themed treats from a giant KitKat to a 3D Avenger’s Cake, fancy desserts in all shapes and sizes, and debunking fake cooking hacks.
“How to Cook That is the most popular Australian cooking channel in all the world, and it’s not hard to see why.”―PopSugar
In her debut cookbook, How to Cook That: Crazy Sweet Creations, Ann shares her favorite dessert recipes and explains the science behind baking the perfect cake, tempering chocolate and making smooth ice cream. Both beginner bakers and experienced chefs will learn new and creative recipes to add to their repertoire.
“Edible engineering meets wow-factor whimsy in this debut dessert guide from Aussie Youtube baker Reardon.”– Publishers Weekly