There is something about the late, cooler months that reignites myÂ desire to spend afternoons baking. The measured and methodical approach oftentimes associated with baking can be therapeutic and encourages me to slow down and breathe– a very important thing to do as we near the craziness of the holidays. Sifting, whisking, frosting are all great fun but let’s be honest and say our favorite part about baking is licking the batter off the spatula.
As pleasurable and satisfying as it is to bake something from scratch, I often seek ways to streamline recipes not only to make them approachable but also to simplify my life. And that’s where Miss Jones Baking Co. comes in. I was thrilled to find their products and even more so knowing they are from my hometown, The Bay Area.
Miss Jones Baking Co. cake mix and frosting are certified organic, non-GMO, plant-based, responsibly sourced, and contains no artificial colors or flavors. [yusss!!!]
Miss Jones Baking Co. is hosting a Bake-it-Better Challenge this holiday seasonÂ and will donate $1 to the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank for each entry into the contest. Once you submit your entry, you are eligible for the Grand Prize of over $1,000! Plus, the more treats you showcase, the more chances you have to win. Check out their contest pageÂ for the whole scoop.
This maple sheet cake is a little slice of heaven and ridiculously easy to throw together. To the vanilla cake mix, I added cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger for warmth and spice. Instead of regular milk, I used evaporated milk for delectable richness.Â I dribbled in some maple extract to the vanilla frosting, spread it lavishly over the cake and scattered chopped chocolate toffee pieces on top. This tastes like a maple doughnut but better because sticky cake and toffee. So good.
More cake cake cake cake cake cake //Â