My name is Faith Durand and I have been editing and writing on food professionally since 2006. I am the full-time executive editor of Apartment Therapy’s food channel, The Kitchn, a popular website devoted to home cooking that draws over 7 million visitors every month.
Bakeless Sweets is out now! You can find it in bookstores everywhere, and on Amazon.
Everyone loves pudding! Pistachio, butterscotch, maple bourbon. Rice pudding with lemon, Nutella fluff, Thai sticky rice, and wholesome “jello” made with fruit juice. No-bake peanut butter cookies, and S’Mores icebox cake made with chocolate pudding and graham crackers? These desserts are so special and delicious! (And lots of them are gluten-free too.) Bakeless Sweets is the first cookbook to give you all these desserts in one big, gorgeously-photographed cookbook.
I’ve photographed the rest of the recipes in Bakeless Sweets, since I really believe that every recipe should have its own photo! We have about 60 photographs in the book, and I am in the process of putting up 90 more at the Bakeless Sweets website.
It’s time for fresh thinking on the casserole.
The more than 200 one-dish meals in these pages are fresh, tasty, budget-friendly, and nutritious. They use wholesome, seasonal ingredients and streamlined techniques to get meals on the table with a minimum of fuss, and they take advantage of the full range of flavors available in today’s supermarkets. Yes, they’re still called casseroles, but prepare to think fresh. Author Faith Durand has brought the casserole into the 21st century, and these one-dish wonders are most decidedly Not Your Mother’s Casseroles…