How to name baked goods

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The title of this post is deceiving, unfortunately I’m not writing a lesson on naming baked goods.

I am posting a recipe!  This was the teaser from sunday’s post, what I did on father’s day – bake banana walnut scuffin-tops!

The recipe made a dough (as opposed to a batter) which could have been scones, but I was lazy, and wanted to use this pan.

It’s a muffin-top pan, but I was not expecting the dough to rise as much as it did.  Also, I’m loving coconut oil spray for baking.

I used freshly toasted walnuts.

The dough-batter was finger-lickin’ good. Actually.

Fresh out of the oven…


Eaten with some creamy sunflower seed butter (a current fave)


Next time maybe I’ll make real scones!

How do you name your in-between-type baked goods?


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3 thoughts on “How to name baked goods

  1. Rachel (tea and chocolate)

    Those look fantastic! I love banana nut baked goods. Does the coconut oil spray make foods taste like coconut?

    Yeah, I don’t have a good way to name in-between baked goods. I’d probably end up describing it as “thing-y,” which isn’t the most descriptive. 😉

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