Tuesday, October 8


rules is rules.
you put streusel on coffee cake or else.
so i did it.

pumpkin magic time, with allll the maple and brown sugar.
that's oatmeal and coconut and coconut oil
and all the cinnamon sprankles on top
that's what happened.
here's how:
preheat the oven to 375℉
grease a 9" springform pan in anticipation of great things to come.
in a mixing bowl, cream together:
1/2 cup brown sugar;
1/3 cup sugar;
1 stick (8 T) vegan butter;
1/2 tsp salt;
2 tsp cinnamon;
1/2 tsp ea. nutmeg, ginger, allspice;
dash of cloves;
3 T tapioca flour;
3 T unsweetened coconut flakes;
2 tsp vanilla;
1 tsp maple exxxtract.
get that all mashed up together, then add:
1 cup pumpkin;
2.5 cups king arthur flour;
2 tsp baking powder;
1 tsp baking soda;
3/4 cup non-dairy milk.
stir that all up,
and spoon it into the cake pan.
using the same bowl with those scraped out cake leavin's, combine:
3/4 cup oatmeal;
2 T brown sugar;
3 T powdered sugar;
a shake or two of cinnamon nutmeg cloves ginger allspice to taste;
2 T oat flour;
2 T vegan butter;
2 T raw unrefined coconut oil;
2 T unsweetened medium-flake coconut.
using a fork, crOmble that all up, and sprankle it on top.
bake the whole thing for 35-45 minutes- until a tester comes out clean from the center.
serve it with non-dairy vanilla ice cream if you're smart.
or without if you're not.
and here's a pro-tip: add MORE cinnamon.
it's good for you.
i think that's a thing.
so do what you're supposed to and bake some cake.
at least then, if you F* up all the rest of your life,
there's still cake;
never quiet, never soft.....

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