Sarah Michelle Gellar Inks Book Deal With Hachette

Posted on September 28, 2015

Sarah Michelle Gellar making cookies

Sarah Michelle Gellar has inked a book deal with Hachette for a book about the art of food crafting. The book will be published by Hachette imprint Grand Central Life & Style. Sarah Michelle is best known to her legions of fans as a television star ( Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Ringer and The Crazy Ones) and a movie star (Cruel Intentions, The Grudge).

But the actress, wife and mother of two is also launching a lifestyle brand called Foodstirs. She loves to cook healthy meals with her adorable children. The new brand is all about encouraging creative and fun activities in the kitchen that will stick with the children for a lifetime. The company launches next month with creative cooking kits and premium baking mixes. The products are aimed at busy moms with kids.

The new, as of yet untitled, book will be published in Spring, 2017. It will include lots of projects that kids will enjoy, with step by step instructions for creating healthy, creative food. She has big plans for the brand, envisioning a line of kitchen tools for kids and DIY crafting stores.

Diehard fans (which includes us) are happy to hear she has not abandoned her acting career. She's joining the voice cast of Star Wars Rebels, although her role is a tightly guarded secret. She recently tweeted, "I'm excited to announce that I will be on the #StarWarsRebels panel at #NYCC on 10/8, 1:30pm, on the Empire Stage (of course)Who's coming?" Could she be voicing a new female Inquisitor? Princess Leia? We'll have to wait until NYCC to find out.

Sarah Michelle Gellar recording for Star Wars Rebels

Photos: Sarah Michelle Gellar/Instagram



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