Homemade Decadence / joy the baker

My second cookbook, Homemade Decadence,  is 125 of the most gooey, buttery, chocolatey, cocktail-y recipes I could dream up.  Each recipe has a gorgeous photo… for inspiration, daydreaming, and drooling.  The book is out October 14, 2014, but I’ll be sharing sneak peeks of the book and recipes here throughout the summer.

If you follow me on Instagram over the past year, you’ve gotten a glimpse inside the making of a cookbook. #jtbcookbook Yes, I sure did make up a hashtag!

Details on book signings and cooking classes will come later this summer!

You can pre-order the book here:



joy the baker cookbook!!!

My first cookbook, Joy the Baker Cookbookis an unabashed celebration of butter, sugar, and heavy cream.  With 100 recipes and 100 photos, you’re sure to find the perfect recipe for anything from Sunday quiche to chocolate cake just for you.  This is my first cookbook, and I packed it with all the love and sugar I could muster.  I made it for you and I hope that you love it!

The Joy the Baker Cookbook is currently available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble and IndieBound.     Thank you (from deep inside my heart) to all of you who have ordered, baked from, and enjoyed this book.  It means so much to me!


897 thoughts on “Cookbook

  1. Wish you were coming to FAIRBANKS, ALASKA!!!! I’m moving back to my home town PORTLAND, OREGON…but not in time for your meet and greet. Bummer! Love your stuff. You make me laugh and inspire me to cook and be creative in the kitchen. Have a blast on your tour! : )


  2. Hm. Perhaps you can swing through Indy on your way from St. Louis to Chicago…. I’m free the 23rd of March… just in case.

  3. Congratulations! If you get to add some more cities to your list…. come visit Burlington, VT and we’ll help you relive your rager hippie days!

  4. I thought I commented before but can’t find it. Anywho, you’ll probably be seeing me in Huntington Beach! Or Pasadena. Or both! Haha (Probably not both). :) Congrats on your first book tour!

  5. I know Oklahoma City isn’t appealing to people who don’t live here, however; I would totally travel to Dallas to see you and get my book signed!!

  6. Would it be awkward if the same people showed up all three days you’re in Seattle? Because my girlfriends and I just might! :]

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