With over 125,000 followers on TikTok, The Hebridean Baker (Coinneach MacLeod) is the 'Beardy Baking Viking from the Outer Hebrides'. In this brand new cookbook he shares some of his favourite simple home bakes, with a sprinkling of the fascinating wee stories of island life that make his videos unique.
The Hebridean Baker has a global following and, with nearly 10 million views of his recipe and lifestyle videos, Coinneach MacLeod was recently featured in Elle Magazine as one of Elle's Cosy TikTok Picks. His unique style and wholesome and delicious traditional Scottish bakes have won him fans around the globe and now, in The Hebridean Baker, Coinneach shares both his fabulous recipes and fascinating stories of island life, offering a true taste of Scotland's wild and windswept Outer Hebrides.
Focusing on small bakes that use a simple set of ingredients, these recipes will unleash your inner Scottish baker - it's all about rustic, home baking and old family favourites because, as the Hebridean Baker says, 'Homemade is Always Best'.
From Croft Loaf to Cranachan Chocolate Bombs, Oaty Apricot Cookies to Heilan' Coo Cupcakes, and from Granny Annag's Christmas Cake to Aunt Bellag's Duff, there's something here to put a smile on everyone's face. And with his faithful West Highland Terrier Seòras by his side every step of the way, the Hebridean Baker will even help you teach your dog Gaelic, while you enjoy some truly delicious Scottish bakes.
Coinneach MacLeod was born and raised on the Isle of Lewis, the most northerly of the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. Inspired by traditional family recipes and homegrown produce, Coinneach rose to fame as the Hebridean Baker on TikTok in 2020. He has motivated his 126,000 worldwide followers to bake, forage, learn Gaelic, enjoy a dram or two of whisky and to seek a more wholesome, simple life. Along with his partner Peter and their Westie pup Seòras, Coinneach's aim is to bring the best of the Scottish islands to a worldwide audience.
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