The Nerdy Nummies Cookbook: Sweet Treats for the Geek in All of Us

· Sold by Simon and Schuster
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4.8
774 reviews
Armani Daniels
November 23, 2016
She is so good I love nerdy nummies she can make pies,cakes,cupcakes,emojis and kids cakes as nd cupcakes
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Maisha. Christine
November 1, 2017
This is really great cook book I toadally love it it can make me a chef when I do some of her recipe'$
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Jessie 19
December 31, 2015
For those saying it should be free need to realize the amount of work Ro put into this book. It is honestly worth the money. My husband got me it for Christmas and I love it.
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About the author

Rosanna Pansino is an award-winning YouTube star, baker, entrepreneur, and author. Her first book, The Nerdy Nummies Cookbook, is a New York Times bestseller. She also created and hosts Nerdy Nummies, the internet’s most popular baking show. Pansino launched her YouTube channel in 2011 and since then her videos have been viewed more than 2.5 billion times. With more than 10 million subscribers, Rosanna is one of the most-watched and followed personalities on the internet. In 2015, she executive produced and hosted two holiday food specials on the Cooking Channel. In 2017, she partnered with Wilton to launch her own branded line of baking tools and was named the top food influencer of the year by Forbes. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her family and dog Cookie.

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