Cassava is an important food crop in Ghana. Its roots form a major item in the diet of most Ghanaians. Bakery products like doughnuts, pies, chips, and cake have become an important food item for average Ghanaians. Research shows that cassava flour can be used to prepare these items instead of wheat flour, which is imported to Ghana. This manual demonstrates the preparation of popular bakery products based on tested recipes by food scientist and professional bakers.