Ottolenghi’s New Cookbook is Seriously Drool-Worthy, and You Can Win a Copy

Enter to win a copy of this stunning book full of sweets.

If you have drooled over page after page of Yotam Ottolenghi’s cookbooks Plenty and Jerusalem, get ready, get set, because his latest cookbook, co-authored with Helen Goh, has just been released: Sweet. It’s pretty much a 350-page, sugar-induced food porn coma filled with cakes, cookies, mini cakes and confections. It’s stunning, as you would expect, and filled with both familiar and unexpected flavors: tahini chocolate swirled brownies, flourless coconut and chocolate cake, and even a updated chocolate crinkle cookie, made with the additions of banana and pecans. Personally I can’t wait to try the Persian love cakes, apple and olive oil cake with maple frosting and pecan and Prosecco truffles.

And one lucky Nosher reader will be able to share in this baking adventure, because we are giving away one copy. Enter below, and don’t forget to tell your friends.

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