From the bestselling author of Tin Can Magic, Lazy Baking is a fuss-free time-saving baking cookbook for any time of the day.
Think one-cup pancakes for breakfast, sausage rolls for lunch, grapefruit drizzle loaf to fix that afternoon craving, and impressive baked crispbreads for wine.
There are also plenty of tips scattered throughout, including ideas of what ingredients can be substituted or how to fix issues that might occur.
This recipe book is perfect for anyone looking to whip up modern and fresh treats, which are both foolproof and rewarding, and guaranteed to impress thanks to all the clever, useful hacks.
Jessica Elliott Dennison is the founder of the much-loved Elliott's on Sciennes Road in Edinburgh. From her open Kitchen at 27 Sciennes Road she creates a weekly-changing, seasonal menu for the local neighborhood along with simple baking, good coffee and fermented drinks. Her new Shop along the road at 21 Sciennes Road is an inspiring space combining store cupboard ingredients, thoughtful homeware, cheese, wine and house-made products inspired by childhood, holiday and the makers and artists that inspire Jess most.
Alongside running Elliott's, Jess is a regular contributor to food and culture magazines, including Courier and Liz Earle Wellbeing. Her recipes have been featured in Vogue, The Telegraph, Monocle, Delicious, Homes and Interiors and Good Food.
Lazy Baking is Jessica's third book, following Salad Feasts and Tin Can Magic.