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  1. Week 44: Pumpkin Earthquake Cake

    December 18, 2012 by Nina Spezzaferro

    Some may call this a “dump cake” in that you dump the ingredients into the pan and bake it. However, as I explained in my Black Forest Earthquake Cake post, a “dump cake” sounds so unappetizing. Therefore, this is an earthquake cake. What’s underneath that crumbly topping is essentially pumpkin pie filling, making it a delicious treat to enjoy during the holidays. (more…)

  2. Week 40: Sweet Potato Cake

    December 5, 2012 by Nina Spezzaferro

    I love a sweet potato. And this cake has been on my list since I started this project at the beginning of this year. (more…)

  3. Week 39: Butterscotch Cake

    December 5, 2012 by Nina Spezzaferro

    Gosh this Butterscotch Bundt is pretty! This cake started out as a non-chocolate version of the Tunnel of Fudge Cake. But then things went awry and it turned into more of a “ribbon of butterscotch” as opposed to a tunnel. It all turned out okay, more than okay. I’ll explain. (more…)

  4. Week 33: Coffee Cake in a Mug

    October 6, 2012 by Nina Spezzaferro

    We’ve all been in this position before. You’re home. You want some cake, but you don’t want to deal with the burden of a whole cake lurking in the kitchen. Cupcake? Nahh. Try mug cake! Have you heard of mug cake? A simple Google search or a browse through Pinterest will reveal single serving recipes of carrot cake, chocolate cake, vanilla cake, you name it.  (more…)

  5. Week 9: Turtle Cake

    March 11, 2012 by Nina Spezzaferro

    Before I  baked a Turtle Cake, I was curious as to how the term “Turtle” came to be associated with chocolaty, nutty, caramel goodness. According to the DeMet’s website, “TURTLES® are chocolate confections that are shaped like Turtles. They consist of milk chocolate, caramel and some variety of nuts.” And according to the Wikipedia page: (more…)

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