Let’s make it a happy hump day this Wednesday. To start, I’m sharing these Maple Ooey-Gooey Butter Cake bites, remember when I made this frutiy ooey-gooey butter cake last year?
Well, I gave it a quick makeover with one of my favorite autumn flavors: maple
These are of course very rich, so a little bite goes along way. Or not, and in that case help yourself—it’s eating season, but say I didn’t warn you. To make sure these are nice and rich use a good quality cream cheese like the one I use from Challenge Butter.
I love this brand for many reasons, one of them being that their products are rbSTt horomone free. The other reason is they’ve paired up with UNICEF this holiday season to build awareness around childhood malnutrition—an incredibly treatable and preventable crisis. It’s a crisis with nearly half of all deaths in children under 5 being attributable to undernutrition.
I’m proud to be an ambassador for Challenge Butter and pass along, that starting today and through December 31, 2014, “for every recipe pinned from Challenge’s “Pin a Recipe, Feed a Child” pinterest board, they will donate a meal to UNICEF to give to a child in need”. Challenge has commited to providing up to 75,000 meals with this campaign.
Here’s where you can help. Please visit this board: “Pin a Recipe, Feed a Child”, and Pin like crazy. Then share this effort on your Facebook account or wherever and whomever and with everyone you know. After all this is a campaign that requires no financial resources and minimal effort that everyone can help with just a few pinning from here.
Think of it as feel-good-pins for the holidays. Now go do it!
Preparation: Line pan with enough parchment to create a 1 inch over hang on each side. Heat oven to 350 degrees F. *Recipe instructions updated 08.2020 to clarify questions in the comment section.
Preparation: Line pan with enough parchment to create a 1 inch over hang on each side. Heat oven to 350 degrees F.
*Recipe instructions updated 08.2020 to clarify questions in the comment section.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in partnership with Challenge Butter. However, all opinions and thoughts are mine.