Jake’s jolly friend Chad visits the kitchen to make little lumps of coal, er, chocolate spice cookies. They’re a great treat for that naughty person on your list and a sure crowd pleaser for any holiday party.
This full, extended episode of Jake Bakes has Jake and Matt in the kitchen baking a delicious eggnog pie. If you liked the Facebook episode you’ll love this longer, funnier cut of these two crazy guys.
The Holidays are here! And that means all new episodes of Jake Bakes Holi Bakes! To start the season off Jake has Jesse in the kitchen to make his variation on a Starbucks favorite: Cranberry Dream Bars. They’re a tasty treat to help you get you in the holiday spirit.
It’s Halloween and Jake is brewing up a special recipe: spider leg whoopee pies. They’re a tasty treat to share with the boy or ghoul in your life.
Jake invites Pete Manzo from EATSaintLouis.com food tours to shop specialty ingredients from John Viviano and Sons Grocers on The Hill in St Louis. Prosciutto and fig jam in hand, they get back in the kitchen to make a delicious and savory Queen’s Tart.
Jake has Akash in the kitchen to bake a delicious fall treat, Sweet Potato Muffins. They’re great for breakfast or an afternoon treat.
Taking a cue from his own soon-to-be-famous cinnamon bun recipe, Jake takes it savory with delicious cheese buns. They’re simple to make and perfect with a bowl of soup on a cool fall day.
With his leftover apple butter and cider from Eckert’s Farm, Jake decides to make Apple Cider Donuts. They’re a delicious treat that are fun and easy to make.
After a visit to Eckert’s Farm in IL, Jake bakes some tasty little apple hand pies.
New logo art by Nick Adducci at HouseAdducci.com.
Oktoberfest is around the corner and we’re back in a special double length episode of Jake Bakes with guest baker Taylor McCabe. After a quick visit to Hofbraühaus in Belleville, IL, Jake shows Taylor how to make traditional German-style pretzels.