• Soft and moist crumb one layer raspberry buckle snack cake

    Raspberry Buckle Cake

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    Anyone else enjoying raspberry season? This little snack cake is the easiest way to enjoy your end of summer/early Fall raspberries! With a moist yet fluffy crumb, this cake is the perfect taste and texture, thanks to using Kefir in the mix. The whole cake is done in under an hour, making this the perfect one layer cake to whip up for breakfast, or a light evening snack with your tea.  This post is sponsored by Lifeway Kefir,  but the opinions and thoughts are mine. Thanks for supporting the brands that make EyeDocBakes possible! So just like most bakers, sometimes I…

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  • pink glazed baked cherry donuts

    Baked Cherry Donuts

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    The FLUFFIEST baked donuts, filled with pieces of summer cherries, and dipped in a pink cherry glaze, these donuts are the perfect fast and easy treat that will please any crowd! The secret ingredient that makes these donuts so fluffy? Kefir! If you guys  aren’t using kefir in your baking yet, you definitely should be. Kefir is a tangy, cultured “milk smoothie” that’s packed with protein, calcium, and Vitamin D! it gives such a great texture to baked goods too! So with Cherry season in peak bloom, this is the time to make these easy baked donuts that everyone will…

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  • Berry Vanilla Kefir Cake, layer berry cake, six inch cake, mother's day cake

    Berry Vanilla Kefir Cake

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    A light vanilla cake, with berries inside and layered with whipped cream, this cake is the perfect dessert for Spring! It tastes a bit like a strawberry shortcake, and is sooo easy to eat! My mom loves this cake, so I’ll be making it for dessert for Mother’s day brunch this year.  This post is sponsored by Lifeway Kefir,  but the opinions and thoughts are mine. Thanks for supporting the brands that make EyeDocBakes possible! When making a cake, especially a naked cake – the cake layers have to be really excellent. This cake has the perfect crumb – it’s…

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  • vanilla chocolate marbled loaf cake lekach

    Grandma’s Marble Lekach

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    A marbled chocolate and vanilla loaf cake that’s perfect for breakfast, or a snack cake! This cake is fluffy, yet moist, and is very easy to eat, with a bit of a light almond aftertaste. This marble cake has been a long time coming. I’d been hesitant to try re-creating it, since it is a cake that is synonymous with my grandmother for me. My grandma was an amazing woman. Aside from being a fantastic baker, she was so many things, but most importantly, she was a strong role model that helped raise me, and someone I will forever look…

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  • fluffy lemon blueberry bundt cake with purple blueberry glaze

    Best Lemon Blueberry Bundt Cake

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    Imagine a super fluffy and light bundt cake, with a lemony flavor and bursts of fresh blueberries throughout, covered in a homemade fresh blueberry purple glaze…that is this bundt cake! It’s the best lemon blueberry bundt cake that I’ve ever had – and it went fast around here! Hopefully you will love it as much as I do! It’s finally starting to feel like spring, and with that, I always want to make light and fruity desserts. Still riding the wave of citrus season (thank you cute little backyard lemon tree!), but starting to notice more and more berries in…

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  • lucky charms loaf cake, made with lime, Irish whiskey, perfect for St. Patrick's day, with green glaze

    Lucky Charms Loaf Cake

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    This is the cutest, most colorful little loaf cake! It is made with limes, Lucky Charms cereal, and a little bit of Irish whisky (which you can totally leave out if you’re making this for kiddos). The cake is fluffy, and super yummy to have with tea, milk, or a cup of coffee. The glaze has a refreshing lime flavor that just adds some awesome tanginess to every bite!  When I set out to make this cake, I realized I don’t bake many green desserts! At first I thought I would make the whole cake green, but something about that…

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  • fluffy lemon rosemary mini bundt cakes with lemon vanilla glaze

    Mini Lemon Rosemary Bundt Cakes

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    It’s citrus season! That means it’s time to bake all of the lemon-y treats! These teeny little bundt cakes are so full of lemon flavor, the vanilla lemon glaze adds an extra oomph of lemon, and the cakes themselves are made with rosemary infused milk, which adds just a hint of a warm rosemary aftertaste. A perfect and easy treat to make, that you should definitely have in your citrus season rotation! I have to admit, though it’s citrus season now, I really have access to beautiful lemons all year round. We’re quite lucky – because we have a little…

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  • Classic Carrot Cake

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    If there’s a cake that really makes me feel all the warm and fuzzy Fall feelings…it’s carrot cake. I know what you’re thinking. What about pumpkin? Or apple? Carrot cake has all the Fall spices though, and it’s moist and so flavorful with every bite. You can add walnuts, or raisins, or not add anything at all. . . and it still turns out great! You don’t need cake flour, all purpose is just fine, and you don’t even need butter for the cake! So, without further ado, I think it’s time for an updated carrot cake recipe. I’m talking…

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  • French Apple Cake – with a twist

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    Sometimes you want a simple and quick, not overly sweet coffee cake that feels as cozy as Fall. If you’re in the mood for that, this is your cake! Traditionally made with sugar, I subbed the sugar in the cake with honey. I also used spiced rum instead of regular rum, to give it a fun little kick!  The best part? In an hour, you can be eating this! What you’ll need . . . Apples Flour Baking Powder Salt butter honey  eggs vanilla spiced rum sugar You’ll need one small bowl and your stand mixer! Combine the flour, baking…

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  • Cherry Shortcakes

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      You know one of the best things about summer? Stone Fruits! What is a stone fruit? It’s basically any fruit that has a fleshy pulp on the outside, and a single shell, that surrounds a seed, on the inside. So, cherries (!), peaches, plums, etc. I often have a hard time deciding what my favorite baking season is. On the one hand, there’s summer – which gives us alllll the cherries, and berries, and stone fruits, and just everything amazing. Then, there’s Fall, which, I mean, is basically a food blogger’s dream. It’s not too hot outside so you…

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