No matter how carefully an author and publishing team work on a book, errors can (and do) slip through. Here are a handful of mistakes which will be corrected in future editions. For now, they leave us all scratching our heads, wondering how they slipped through and who added them in the first place!
3-Minute Microwave Cake
A mystery individual added a new first sentence to the instructions. Just ignore "preheat oven to 350." (This is, after all, a MICROWAVE cake.)
Brownie Cookie Bites
The ingredients list is missing the fat. You can certainly make them without it, but they'll taste largely like cocoa and flour. Add a stick of softened butter or 1/2 C vegetable oil.
Heavenly Chocolate Bars
Somehow adding flour got inserted into the instructions for the topping. No flour is listed in the ingredients, and no flour is correct.
Mom's Honey Chocolate-Mousse Icing
Typo in the anecdote: reads Read Food Chocolate Cake; should be Real Food.
The anecdote in the original printing states that the countries who claim this dessert as their own are New Zealand and Austria. Not sure how it got there, because it should read Australia.