Posts by MaryJane Robbins

MaryJane Robbins
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About MaryJane Robbins

MaryJane Robbins grew up in Massachusetts and moved to Vermont 20 years ago. After teaching young children for 15 years, she changed careers and joined King Arthur Flour in 2005. MaryJane began working on King Arthur Flour's baker’s hotline in 2006, and the blog team the following year. MJ loves to create decorated cookies for the catalogue, and blog about all kinds of foods, especially sweet treats.

How to make Halloween Spider Bundt via @kingarthurflour

Halloween Spider Bundt

So easy, your mummy could do it!

Golden Vanilla Cake via @kingarthurflour

Golden Vanilla Cake Redux

A Peek into our Testing Process

Cake Decorating Tips via @kingarthurflour

Cake Decorating Tips

How-to videos for perfect cakes, right before your eyes.

Coffee French Toast via @kingarthurflour

Coffee French Toast

When bad weather brings good food

Coconut Macaroons 3 Ways via

Coconut Macaroons 3 Ways

Easy add-ins to make your sweets special

Party Bundt Pan via @kingarthurflour

The Party Bundt Pan Returns

3 Easy Ways to Decorate a Classic Bundt Cake

HalloweenCupcakes via @kingarthurflour

Halloween Cupcakes

Frighteningly Fun Frostings

Classic Scalloped Potatoes via @kingarthurflour

Five Fall Comfort Foods

Cozy recipes to warm you up

LunchBento via@kingarthurflour

Bake A Better Boxed Lunch

Tips for Lunch Box Friendly Baking

Properly Whipped Cream via@kingarthurflour

How to whip cream

Tips for perfecting dessert's favorite topping


Boosting Banana Bread

5 Ways to Enhance Your Favorite Recipe

Homemade Pasta via @kingarthurflour

Homemade Pasta

Six tips for success

How to use your Long Covered Baker via @kingarthurflour

Your Long Covered Baker

Tips and Techniques for Your New Favorite Pan

Hummingbird Cake via @kingarthurflour

Hummingbird Cake

From Jamaica to the American South and beyond

Berry Tiramisu via @kingarthurflour

Berry Tiramisu

Pick up some fresh berries, this cake awaits!


Creaming Butter and Sugar

The right temperature, the right timing, the best results for your baking.


Apple Pie French Toast

Pie was meant for breakfast, right?


Rainbow Frosted Cupcakes

Colorful clouds of cupcake icing couldn't be easier


Old-Fashioned Oatmeal Bread

Better than Disco and Big Band combined


Chocolate Fondue for Two

Rescue Valentine's Day in a Flash


Mardi Gras King Cake

A true feel-good dessert


Birthday Cakes 365

Our Favorite Cake Recipes for the New Year


Buffalo Chicken Panini with Blue Cheese Butter

A Better (Butter?) Blast from the Past


It's Time to Rock and ROLL

Our Favorite Recipes for Roll-Out Cookies