Bakeless Sweets Gift Box

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We all deserve something sweet, but on those occasions when you just don’t have the time or energy to whip up a batch of homemade cookies, there’s Bakeless Sweets. One-hundred-and-twenty-five scrumptious treats are featured in this new cookbook from Faith Durand, food writer and executive editor at The Kitchen. No-bake brownie anyone?

But that’s not all! The Bakeless Sweets Gift Box also includes Faith’s favorite sweet treats to satisfy your every craving. Forget drizzling it on top of ice cream– the Spoonable Salty Carmel Sauce is good enough to eat right off your spoon!

We’ve also included 2 jars and 2 charming wooden spoons. You can enjoy your bakeless creations on a picnic, sneak them into the movie theater, or simply demolish them on the couch, accompanied by your favorite reality TV show.

Even though we’d love to keep this gift box all to ourselves, it’s also a great pick-me-up item for that special person in your life who deserves a sweet treat after their long day, since another easy-as-pie recipe (from Faith) is included in the box.

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Photos taken and styled by Eat Boutique and White Loft Studio

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