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  • 2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
  • 1 cup coarsely chopped walnuts (about 4 ounces)


  • Nonstick vegetable oil spray
  • 2 1/2 cups all purpose flour
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, room temperature
  • 1/2 cup (packed) golden brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract


  • 2 cups (4 sticks) unsalted butter, cut into 1/2-inch-thick slices, room temperature

Recipe Preparation


  • Line baking sheet with aluminum foil; brush foil with vegetable oil. Stir maple syrup, sugar, and apple cider vinegar in heavy medium saucepan until sugar is moistened. Attach candy thermometer. Without stirring, bring mixture to boil over medium-high heat and boil until temperature registers 300°F, occasionally brushing down pan sides with wet pastry brush and swirling pan, about 7 minutes. Remove pan from heat; mix in baking soda, then nuts (mixture will foam up).

  • Immediately pour maple candy out onto prepared baking sheet and spread to even 1/2-inch thickness (candy begins to firm quickly). Let stand until candy hardens, at least 30 minutes. DO AHEAD: Can be made 1 day ahead. Cover baking sheet tightly with plastic wrap and store candy at room temperature.


  • Preheat oven to 350°F. Spray two 8-inch-diameter cake pans with 2-inch-high sides with nonstick spray. Line pan bottoms with parchment paper; spray parchment. Whisk flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and cinnamon in medium bowl to blend.

  • Using electric mixer, beat butter in large bowl until fluffy. Add golden brown sugar and beat until blended and fluffy. Gradually beat in maple syrup (batter may look curdled). Beat in eggs 1 at a time, then vanilla extract. Beat in dry ingredients in 3 additions alternately with buttermilk in 2 additions. Divide batter between prepared pans.

  • Bake cakes until tester inserted into center comes out clean, about 30 minutes. Cool cakes 5 minutes. Turn cakes out onto racks, peel off parchment paper, and cool cakes completely. Wrap tightly; store at room temperature.


  • Bring maple syrup to boil in small saucepan. Meanwhile, using electric mixer, beat egg whites in large bowl until stiff peaks form. Without letting hot maple syrup touch beaters, pour 1/4 cup syrup into egg whites, beating to blend. Gradually beat in remaining hot maple syrup. Continue to beat until whites are stiff and cool, about 15 minutes. Add butter, 1 slice at a time, beating to blend after each addition (buttercream may deflate and separate; keep beating until smooth again).

  • Chop enough maple candy into 1/4-inch pieces to measure 1 cup; wrap remaining maple candy tightly in plastic. Place 1 cake layer on platter. Spread 1 cup buttercream over cake. Sprinkle with 1 cup maple candy pieces; press candy lightly to adhere. Top with second cake layer. Spread remaining buttercream smoothly over top and sides of cake. Cover with cake dome; chill. Bring to room temperature before continuing.

  • Chop enough of remaining maple candy into 1/4-inch pieces to measure 2 cups. Mince enough maple candy to measure 2 tablespoons. Press 1/4-inch pieces onto sides of cake. Sprinkle minced maple candy on top edge. Serve cake within 2 hours.

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Recipe Summary

  • 8 tablespoons (1 stick) unsalted butter, room temperature, plus more for pans
  • 2 3/4 cups all-purpose flour, sifted, plus more for pans
  • 2 cups pure maple syrup, preferably grade A dark amber
  • 3 large eggs
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 cups chopped (6 ounces) walnuts
  • Maple-Buttercream Frosting

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Butter two 9-by-2-inch round cake pans, and dust with flour. Tap out any excess flour, and set pans aside.

In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, beat the butter until creamy. Add the maple syrup, and beat until combined. Add the eggs, and beat until combined.

In a large bowl, sift together the flour, baking powder, salt, and ginger. Add the flour mixture to the butter mixture, and beat to combine. Beat in the milk and vanilla extract until combined. Stir in 3/4 cup chopped walnuts.

Divide batter between the two prepared pans. Bake until golden and a cake tester inserted into the centers comes out clean, about 40 minutes rotate the cake pans halfway through baking time to ensure even baking. Transfer pans to a wire rack to cool.

Turn out cakes, and place one, top-side up, on a cake stand or platter. Spread 1 1/2 cups maple buttercream frosting evenly over the top. Place the second cake layer on top, and spread the remaining 2 1/2 cups frosting around the sides and over the top. Using your hands, gently press the remaining 3/4 cup walnuts onto the sides of the cake.

Chocolate Crunch Layer Cake with PEEPS® and Vanilla Drizzle

CHOCOLATE CAKE: Preheat oven to 350°F. Spray three 8-inch round pans and one large baking sheet with baking spray.

Step two

Pour cake mixes into large bowl. Measure 1-1/2 cups cake mix out and place in a small bowl set aside. Add 1-1/2 cups water, eggs and 1/2-cup vegetable oil to large bowl. Beat with an electric mixer on low speed until moistened, about 30 seconds. Beat on medium speed 2 minutes.

Step three

Divide cake batter evenly into pans, about 2 cups each. Bake 26 to 30 minutes, until toothpick inserted in centers comes out clean. Cool on wire racks 15 minutes. Remove from pans and cool completely.

Step four

CRUNCHY CAKE CRUMBLE: Stir together reserved 1-1/2 cups cake mix, rainbow sprinkles, 1/4-cup vegetable oil and 1 tablespoon water until moistened. Pour onto baking sheet and break into 1/2-inch pieces. Bake until crunchy, 12 to 14 minutes. Cool completely.

Step five

Place 1/3-cup vanilla frosting into each of 2 small bowls. Stir 1 teaspoon of water and enough food coloring into each bowl to make bright pink and yellow drizzle set aside.

Step six

Place one cake layer on serving plate. Frost with a thin layer of vanilla frosting. Sprinkle with one third of the chocolate crunch cake crumble. Cut two PEEPS® Marshmallow Chicks into bite sized pieces and sprinkle over crumble.

Step seven

Place another cake layer on top, frost with vanilla, top with half of the remaining cake crumble and two more chopped PEEPS® Marshmallow Chicks. Top with last cake layer.

Step eight

Frost entire layer cake with chocolate frosting. Spoon one color of vanilla frosting glaze over the top edge of the cake and use the back of the spoon to push it over the edge and create drips. Repeat with second color. Save about 2 tablespoons of each color for decorating top. Refrigerate 15 minutes, until drizzle is set.

Step nine

Place remaining PEEPS® Marshmallow Chicks all around the top edge of cake. Fill in center with remaining chocolate crunch cake crumble. Drizzle with remaining vanilla drizzle and sprinkle with rainbow sprinkles. Slice and serve!

Vermont Coffee Maple Cake

Vermont Coffee Maple Cake draws you to the inside, away from the cold nipping weather! A coffee infused cake pairs with a delicate, not painfully sweet, coffee maple frosting!

Keep going left.
Past the lights of Rensselaer.
Past the quiet, empty dairy barns.
Keep going and you’ll hit Vermont.

“Those flatlanders don’t know a freaking hill.”
You spot the out-of-towners immediately. They don’t accelerate into the hills. At the top their cars are barely going 30.
Live in the land of tourism. It’s needed, everyone knows that. Take the outsiders with a “Yes Sir, no Mam” toothy customer service grin. You’re just apart of the amusing state attraction.

Snow is a given. More than a given, so beating through it means coffee and cake.

Vermont Coffee Maple Cake. Direct injected coffee present cake, delicate maple frosting. True espresso powder is used instead of coffee powder. But the espresso powder carries the coffee flavor better and doesn’t weaken in the baking process.

Maple morsel chips bake up as a subtle crunch against a pillowy soft cake and frosting. The taste of maple draws you in and the espresso keeps you there, grounded and rounding with a deep, roasted quality.

It’s the thing you eat after splitting wood or excavating cars from snow. This Vermont Coffee Maple Cake will carry you through theses biting winter days.

That happens to be a one bowl mix too!

Ok it’s a two bowl mix if you count the icing!

You really don’t need to pull out the Kitchen Aid mixer, unless of course you want to

But even the fudge icing can be made easily by hand!

So if you have a large bowl, a whisk and some basic baking ingredients you are half way there

The only other thing you need is about one hour and some friends to share this cake with!

Did I also mention there are no weird obscure ingredients like specific egg replacers?

This cake is an upgraded spinoff of the Great Depression Wacky Cake that I’m sure you have at least heard of.

I am using strong brewed coffee in place of the typical water you are used to see in in a recipe like this

Did you know that coffee and chocolate are the ultimate soulmates?

The addition of coffee versus water in chocolate recipes will not make your recipe taste like coffee at all

But instead it brings out the very best the chocolate has to offer!

Bringing out the very best in the chocolate like any good soulmate will do!

But I do understand if you do not want to use coffee in your recipes

I’m just not quite sure you understand what you are missing!

But anyway if that is you, you can simply replace the coffee with water here.

Alright enough of me trying to sell you a cuppa Joe

For More Recipes Using This Awesome Chocolate Cake Recipe, Click the links below:

One quick note before we get started, many of you will question the type of cocoa powder to use here

Be sure to use Natural Unsweetened Cocoa Powder and NOT Dutch Process.

  • For the Cake Recipe
  • All Purpose Flour 3 cups (375g)
  • Natural Cocoa Powder 8 Tablespoons
  • Granulated Sugar 2 cups (400g)
  • Salt 1 teaspoon (6g)
  • Baking Soda 2 teaspoons
  • Apple Cider Vinegar 2 teaspoons
  • Vanilla Extract 2 teaspoons
  • Vegetable Oil ¾ cup (177ml)
  • Strong Brewed Coffee 2 cups *see note above
  • For the Fudge Recipe
  • Granulated Sugar 5 Tablespoons (63g)
  • Water 5 Tablespoons (75ml)
  • Corn Syrup 2 Tablespoons (40g) (30ml) 1 Cup (90g)
  • Coconut or Vegetable Oil 2 Tablespoons (27g) (30ml)
  • Corn Syrup 4 Tablespoons (80g) (60ml)
  • * you can sub glucose, agave or golden syrup here
  • Vegan Butter softened 8 ounces (2 Sticks) (226g)
  • Vanilla Extract 2 teaspoons
  • Confectioner's Sugar or Icing Sugar 3 cups (320g)
  1. Prepare your cake pans with professional bakery pan grease and a parchment paper liner
  2. Preheat the oven to 350°F
  3. In a large mixing bowl combine the flour, baking soda, salt and sugar. Whisk to combine well
  4. In another mixing bowl combine the cocoa powder with the hot coffee and whisk smooth
  5. Add the Vegetable oil, vanilla extract and vinegar, then add all the liquids to the dry ingredients in the large mixing bowl.
  6. Whisk vigorously to combine well, the batter will seem thick at first but be sure to keep whisking smooth
  7. Pour all the batter into your prepared pan(s)
  8. bake immediately in a preheated 350°F oven for approximately 40 minutes for the 9" x 13" pan or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean.
  9. Cool the cake in the pan(s) until you can easily touch them without burning yourself.
  10. Then flip the cake(s) out onto a cooling rack to cool to cold.
  11. While the cakes are baking, prepare the fudge icing:
  12. In a small pot on the stove, combine the first 3 ingredients and bring to a boil.
  13. Pour the sugar syrup into the cocoa powder and whisk smooth
  14. In the bowl of your Kitchen Aid mixer fitted with a paddle attachment, or in a large mixing bowl with a hand beater, add the cocoa powder and the vanilla extract
  15. Next add the Vegetable oil or Melted Coconut Oil and the additional measure of corn syrup
  16. Next add the softened vegan butter and mix well..
  17. Add the sifted confectioners sugar and mix until smooth.

This un-iced cake can be kept at room temperature wrapped to prevent drying for up to 4 days.

If you are icing and or filling your cake, the type of icing & filling will determine if it needs refrigeration

Maple Pear Cake

Maple Pear Cake – a fresh maple pear cake with maple spice buttercream. A new layer cake recipe by our contributor, Tessa Huff.

Wherever you are and whatever you are celebrating this season, this is the cake for you. It doesn’t scream “Holiday,” but has all the makings of a festive treat. It’s the kind of cake you can enjoy either wrapped up in a cozy blanket next to a fire or impress guests with by presenting it at your next seasonal gathering.

Bottom line – this cake is just plain delicious. It has all of the flavors of the season, without being too in-your-face festive or gimmicky. The shredded pears add plenty of moisture while the bit of almond meal lends great texture and flavor to this tender, little cake. I was planning on a maple buttercream, but maple alone just wasn’t cutting it. Instead, a pinch of spice and dash of molasses create great depth of flavor and help balance out the cloyingness of straight maple syrup. The vanilla bean seeds add a touch of warmth in both the cake and frosting to round out all of the flavors.

Once assembled, I frosted the cake as smoothly as possible. I used an open star tip to pipe simple stars around the bottom. For the top of the cake, I piped shells around the edges – starting at the edge furthest from me, then tapering off the pressure and pulling the tails towards the center, rotating the cake as I went. To finish, pipe small stars again on top of the tails of the shells. The fluted tip ads an abundance of texture that makes you look like a world-class pastry chef without too much effort.

a recipe by Tessa Huff
(makes one 6″ 3-layer cake — 10 servings)

For the Pear Almond Cake:
1 1/3 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup almond meal
1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
3/4 cup unsalted butter, softened
3/4 cup granulated sugar
1/4 cup maple syrup
1/2 vanilla bean, seeds scraped out or 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 large eggs
3/4 cup shredded pears
1/4 cup milk

  1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour there 6-inch cake pans a set aside.
  2. Sift together the flour, almond meal, baking powder, salt, cinnamon and nutmeg. Set aside.
  3. With an electric mixer, beat the butter until smooth.
  4. Add in the sugar and mix until light and fluffy (about 2 to 4 minutes).
  5. Add in the maple syrup, vanilla, and eggs. Mix until combined.
  6. Stop the mixer and scrap down the bowl.
  7. With the mixer on low, add the dry ingredients in two batches – mixing until everything has just combined.
  8. Add in the pears and milk. Fold until combined.
  9. Evenly distribute the batter between the three pans. Bake for about 22 to 26 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted into the center of the cakes comes out clean.
  10. Cool on a wire rack for 15 minutes before removing the cakes from their pans to cool completely.

For the Maple Spice Buttercream:
4 large egg whites
1 1/4 cup granulated sugar
2 cups unsalted butter, softened
3 tablespoons maple syrup
1 teaspoon molasses
1/2 vanilla bean, seeds scraped out
3/4 teaspoon cinnamon

  1. Place the egg whites and sugar in the bowl of an electric mixer. Whisk to combine.
  2. Fill a saucepan with a few inches of water and bring to a simmer.
  3. Place the mixing bowl (with the egg whites) on top to create a double boiler.
  4. Heat the egg mixture (stirring intermittently) until it reaches 160 degrees on a candy thermometer.
  5. Once hot, carefully transfer the bowl back to the mixer. Whip on high with the whisk attachment for about 7 to 10 minutes, or until the outside of the bowl returns to room temperature and the meringue holds stiff peaks.
  6. Swap the whisk for the paddle attachment, and with the mixer on low, begin adding in the butter a few tablespoons at a time.
  7. Once the butter starts to incorporate, add in the maple syrup, molasses, vanilla and cinnamon. Turn the mixer up to medium-high and mix until smooth.

NOTE: If the mixture looks curdled after adding the butter, just keep mixing until it is smooth (this could take up to 5-10 minutes). If it appears soupy, place the mixer bowl in the fridge for 10 to 15 minutes, then mix until smooth.

Find more cake recipes, cupcake recipes and tutorials in our Fall Baking Gallery!

Hannah's 2nd Note: You can make these cookies by hand in a large mixing bowl with a wooden spoon, but using an electric mixer is a lot easier.

  • Place the white sugar and the softened salted butter in the bowl of an electric mixer.
  • Beat them together until they are smooth and creamy.
  • Add the beaten eggs and mix them in thoroughly.
  • Add the maple syrup and mix it in until it is well combined.
  • With the mixer running on LOW speed, beat in the baking soda, baking powder, salt, and vanilla extract. Mix until everything is well combined.
  • Measure out the flour and add it to the bowl in half-cup increments, mixing thoroughly after each addition.
  • Use a rubber spatula to scrape down the sides of the mixing bowl and remove it from the mixer.
  • Add the crushed corn flakes and white chocolate chips to your mixing bowl and stir them in by hand. Continue stirring until they are evenly distributed.
  • Give your Maple Crunch Cookie dough a final stir by hand with a wooden spoon.
  • Chill the dough for at least 1 hour before baking. (Overnight is fine, too)
  • When your dough has chilled, preheat your oven to 350°F, rack in the middle position.
  • While your oven is preheating, prepare your baking sheets by spraying them with Pam or another nonstick cooking spray or lining them with parchment paper.
  • Measure out the ½ cup of white sugar and place it in a shallow bowl. You'll use this to coat your dough balls.
  • Roll the dough into walnut-sized balls with your hands.
  • Roll the dough balls in the bowl of sugar and then place them on the prepared cookie sheets, 12 to a standard sheet.
  • Flatten the dough balls just a bit with a metal spatula. (This will keep them from rolling off the cookie sheet as you carry it to the oven.)
  • Bake your Maple Crunch Cookies at 350°F for 10 to 12 minutes or until they are golden brown.
  • Take the cookies out of the oven. Cool them on the cookie sheets for no more than 2 minutes. Then remove the cookies and place them on a rack to complete cooling. (If you leave them on the cookie sheets for too long, they'll stick.)

Michelle's Note: Andrea says that Tracey and Bethie are trying to convince her to bring them down to The Cookie Jar so that they can eat these cookies instead of the bowls of cereal that Andrea usually gives them for breakfast.

Recipe Summary

  • 4 cups Granny Smith apples - peeled, cored and thinly sliced
  • 4 tablespoons white sugar
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • ¼ cup butter
  • 5 tablespoons rolled oats
  • 5 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • ½ cup white sugar
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • ¼ cup butter, melted
  • 1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened
  • 1 ½ cups milk
  • 1 (3.5 ounce) package instant vanilla pudding mix
  • 1 teaspoon maple flavored extract
  • 1 (9 inch) deep dish pie crust, baked and cooled

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

Place sliced apples in a large bowl, and toss with 4 tablespoons sugar and 1 teaspoon cinnamon. Melt 1/4 cup butter in a large skillet over medium heat. Saute apples until tender, 10 to 15 minutes. Allow to cool.

To make the Streusel Topping: In a medium bowl, mix together oatmeal, flour, 1/2 cup sugar and 1 teaspoon cinnamon. Drizzle with1/4 cup melted butter, and mix with the fork until mixture resembles chunky crumbs, or granola. If mixture seems too moist, add a little oatmeal or flour until the consistency is right. Sprinkle crumbs onto an ungreased jellyroll pan. Bake in preheated oven for 20 to 25 minutes, stirring every 8 minutes or so, until light golden brown and crunchy. Transfer to a bowl and let cool.

To make Maple Cream Filling: In a medium mixing bowl, beat cream cheese until fluffy. Gradually beat in 1 cup milk, pudding mix, and maple extract. Add remaining 1/2 cup milk, and beat until smooth. Spread cream cheese mixture into pie shell and refrigerate until apples are cool.

After apples have cooled, remove them from skillet with a slotted spoon and transfer to a bowl. Reserve remaining apple syrup to drizzle over streusel. Arrange cooled apples over maple cream, then sprinkle with cooled streusel. Drizzle the reserved apple syrup over the top and refrigerate at least 2 hours before serving in order to allow the maple cream to firm up.

Mini Pumpkin Maple Crunch Cakes

Makes: 3 mini layered cakes measuring 12 cm (roughly 5 inches)
Time: It is a cake project! Spread it out over two days. On Day 1: Bake the cake and crumbs. On Day 2: Whip up the frosting and assemble the cakes.
Cake: Prep (25 minutes) + Baking time (25 minutes)
Maple Crumb Crunch: Prep time (10 minutes) + Baking time (25 minutes)
Frosting: 10 minutes

Special Equipment
Food processor (for the pumpkin puree)
3 12 cm spring form pans
Offset spatula
Hand blender

Mini Pumpkin Cakes
1 cup (140 g) all-purpose flour
1 tsp baking powder
½ tsp baking soda
½ tsp salt
1 tsp cinnamon
¼ tsp allspice
¼ tsp nutmeg
¼ tsp cinnamon
2 large eggs
2/3 cup (125 g) brown sugar
¼ cup (50 g) granulated sugar
½ cup (95 g) sunflower oil
¾ cup (165 g) pumpkin purée*

Maple Crumb Crunch
2/3 cup (80 g) cake and pastry flour
1/3 cup (35 g) milk powder
1/3 cup (45 g) maple sugar**
1/3 cup (75 g) unsalted butter

Cream Cheese Frosting
1 package (227 g) cream cheese, room temperature
½ cup (113 g or 1 stick) unsalted butter, room temperature
1 tsp vanilla bean paste
2 tsp fresh lemon juice
3 cups (390 g) icing sugar

Mini Pumpkin Cakes
1. Butter and flour 3 mini cake tins. Preheat the oven to 350°F (177°C).
2. Whisk together the flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt and spices in a large bowl. Set aside.
3. Whisk the eggs and the sugars until smooth. Whisk in the oil and pumpkin purée.
4. Pour the wet mixture into the dry mixture. Fold to combine. Evenly pour into the prepared cake tins. Bake for 25 minutes or until a skewer inserted into the middle of the cake comes out clean. Let cool completely on a wire rack before gently removing the cake from the spring form pans.

Maple Crumb Crunch
1. Preheat the oven to 250°F (121°C). Line a cookie tray with parchment paper.
2. Mix together the flour, milk crumb and maple sugar with a wooden spoon. Rub in the butter using your fingertips and thumbs. Spread the mixture onto the sheet in various sized pieces. Bake for 25 minutes and until the bottom is slightly browned. They will firm up on the pan. Allow to fully cool on the pan before using.

Cream Cheese Frosting
1. Beat the cream cheese and butter together using a hand mixer in a large bowl. Mix in the vanilla bean paste and lemon juice. Slowly add in the icing sugar and mix until smooth. Use at room temperature.

Using a serrated knife, slice one cake into thirds horizontally. Spread cream cheese frosting on the first layer. Place the second layer on top. Apply another frosting layer. Place the third (and best) layer on top. Spread the cake with frosting to create a crumb coat. Place in the freezer for 15 minutes and apply one more layer of icing. Top with the maple crumb crunch (you may have to press crumbs into the icing to secure them).
Serve the cake at room temperature. Refrigerate the leftovers.

Enjoy with decaf coffee or tea in the afternoon.

*A quick guide on how to make pumpkin purée. Be sure to buy a “pie pumpkin” or “sugar pumpkin”.
**Sub in brown sugar if this is not available.
This cake was inspired by Milk Bar.

Sesame Crunch Bars

I have been sesame seed obsessed lately. Not only do I love the taste, but when I found out how much calcium and magnesium they have, I started to include them in my diet daily.

I started eating them more after I fractured my ankle. Mainly, I include them in my morning smoothie, but these Sesame Crunch Bars are another way that I like to have them.

I first tried sesame seed candy and sesame crunch bars many years ago, what feels like a lifetime ago, when I worked at a health food store. The bars were thin, and just like the name describes crunchy.

Made with only a couple of ingredients, I was impressed at how good and how simple they were. I forgot about them until recently when I saw my 2 lb. bag of sesame seeds that I got from the bulk section of my local grocery store. It was such a big bag of sesame seeds that I figured I should include them in a recipe.

The most difficult thing about these sesame bars is waiting for them to cool off before diving into them.


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