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Chocolate Pumpkin Mochi Cake and Baker’s Secret Giveaway!

Christmas decor in the stores is the indication that the holidays are coming up fast. True they’re rushing us a bit, but before you know it you’ll be baking and delivering all of your holiday goods to friends and neighbors. Luckily Baker’s Secret is here to help with their Cook N’ Carry Pan. This 3-quart, 9″ x 13″ pan includes a plastic cover which makes it easy to transport your baked goods anywhere!

Whether it’s cutting your baked goods into squares right in the pan or putting them in festive baking cups, this pan makes it easy to take and deliver. I also like the idea of tying the whole thing up with a bow, treats and all, along with a recipe card and presenting the pan as a holiday gift.

I used my Cook N’ Carry pan to combine two great holiday flavors and I made Chocolate Pumpkin Mochi Cake, a sweet holiday treat that’s great for gluten-free diets too!

So you can enjoy all your holiday baking too, Baker’s Secret is giving away a Cook N’ Carry Pan to one of my readers! There are several ways to enter to win:

1. Leave a comment below telling me your favorite treat to take to potlucks or give out to friends.
2. Follow me on twitter @justjenn
3. Tweet about the giveaway!
4. Like justJENN recipes on Facebook
5. Follow @WorldKitchenLLC on twitter
6. Like Baker’s Secret on facebook

Each is one entry, so you have a good chance at winning! The contest closes on October 21, 2013 at 12AM. Good luck!

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Chocolate Pumpkin Mochi Cake
ingredients:
1 pound (16 oz box) mochiko
2 cups sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
pinch of salt
1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, melted
1 (12 ounce) can evaporated milk
4 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/4 cup Cocoa Powder
1/2 cup chocolate chips
3/4 cup pumpkin

Mochiko is a fine, sweet rice flour. You can find it in most asian markets or online.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Prep the pan with buttered parchment. (This isn’t necessary unless you want to lift it out to cut. Otherwise the batter can be poured right into the non-stick pan.)

In a bowl whisk together the mochiko, sugar, baking powder and salt.

Add the butter, evaporated milk, eggs and vanilla and stir well.

Pour 1/3 of the batter into another small bowl. Add the 3/4 cup of pumpkin and stir until combined.

To the rest of the batter in the larger bowl, stir in the cocoa powder and the chocolate chips.

pour all but 1 cup of the chocolate batter into the pan. Spread evenly.

On top of that pour the pumpkin mixture, spreading it evenly over the top.

Now drop the remaining one cup of the chocolate mixture on top of the pumpkin. Here’s where the swirls come in:

Using a butter knife, make figure 8s to swirl the pumpkin and chocolate top together.

Bake for 40-45 minutes depending on your oven, until done. Let cool and cut into squares.

*full disclosure: World Kitchen LLC gifted me a Cook N’ Carry Pan and a gift card. The opinions and ideas expressed are my own. World Kitchen LLC is providing this prize for one reader who will be selected at random and contacted by email. Giveaway ends October 21, 2013 at 12am PST. Please note this giveaway is only open to residents of the U.S.

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37 Responses to “Chocolate Pumpkin Mochi Cake and Baker’s Secret Giveaway!”

  1. Vicky says:

    I like to bring my favorite chocolate cupcakes with chocolate ganache frosting.

  2. Susan Christy says:

    I’m the brownie queen – if I don’t bring brownies, I don’t get to go to the party. haha. My favorite is peanut butter swirl.

  3. Dee says:

    I made cake pops for a birthday party where it would have been difficult to slice and serve an actual cake. They’re so travel ready and require so little fuss that I’ve never gone back!

  4. Deanna says:

    I like bringing a good dip to potlucks!

  5. Maureen says:

    One can never have enough of this size pan. This is the size I use the most and I cook a lot and bake a lot once the temps start to dip.

  6. karen w. says:

    love making pistachio cookies for friends!

  7. cynthia says:

    I like bringing cupcakes!

  8. Mama Riz says:

    I never attend a potluck without some bacon wrapped dates. If I feel like indulging my lovely friends with a sinfully sweet treat, I will also bring Chocolate caramel toffee crack(ers). Both are always crowd favorites – I can never make too much!

  9. Amy says:

    I like to keep it simple and make simple chocolate cupcakes. I would love to try out this pumpkin mochi cake though! Maybe put a cupcake spin on it too! Thanks for the recipe!

  10. Julie U says:

    Love sharing rocky road or Christmas crack!

  11. Shay says:

    I love sharing my peanut butter cup cookies. Thank you for this recipe, looking forward to making it this weekend. :D

  12. Norrie says:

    Anything that I bake from JustJenn becomes a must have to share with friends. Past fav’s have included the snicker bar cookies, pumpkin mochi cake, mochi brownies, nutella cookies and blueberry mochi cake. I am going to this chocolate pumpkin mochi cake next!

  13. Carolyn says:

    I like making chocolate cheesecake cupcakes, with an oreo cookie bottom. My coworkers loved it when I brought it for our xmas potluck.

  14. Eileen says:

    Ranch pretzels

  15. Nicole Li'a says:

    I love your Neapolitan Mochi Bundt Cake recipe! That is what I will be making for family for potlucks and Xmas as well :)

  16. Julie says:

    4 of my favorite foods, together in one! looks delicious!

  17. mari u says:

    love bringing chocolate sheet cake!

  18. Kath U says:

    My favorite treat to bring to potlucks is Broken Glass Jello. I’ll definitely have to try this Chocolate Pumpkin Mochi Cake for my next potluck. Thanks for sharing, Jenn!

  19. LW says:

    I have been bringing blueberry mochi cake a lot lately — it’s easy & always a hit!

    Can’t wait to try this pumpkin chocolate cake — the kids will be SO excited as they have been asking for pumpkin mochi!

  20. Shari B. says:

    I like bringing lemon bars to potlucks.

  21. Lauren says:

    I like to bring footballs (inari).

  22. Jennifer says:

    I love your giveaways and your love for hello kitty inspires my baking too!

  23. S. says:

    I like bringing brownies.

  24. Carolyn G says:

    That looks delicious

  25. Erin HP says:

    i make your blueberry mochi cake very often. i JUST made this recipe and put it in the oven…can’t wait to try it! btw, you forgot to include when to mix in the melted butter in this recipe. :)

  26. Heather says:

    I just LOVE baking during the holiday season! This pan would be perfect for my butterscotch bars – a family tradition :)

  27. Eileen says:

    Jell-o cookies! The colors get everyone’s attention.

  28. Taryn says:

    all types of cupcakes!

  29. Realia M says:

    i need a covered cake pan so bad! i hope i win!

  30. Lisa Hee says:

    I just love to bring the Hello Kitty Sushi Head to my Potlucks! I always get many requests to bring that to the Potlucks that I attend. And when I bring this particular dish to the Potluck, no one wants to eat it because they don’t want to ruin it! They do take a lot of pictures!

  31. Barbara Hamane says:

    Carrot cake would be perfect in this pan for a potluck

  32. Megan says:

    Those look fabulous!

  33. Florence says:

    Any dessert!

  34. Amy L says:

    When I want to take a meal to someone I make an Italian Casserole from a recipe I found in the La Leche League cookbook. It’s full of vegetables and cheese, and it’s yummy.

  35. Lori says:

    Love to give magic bars to family and friends

  36. Kellie says:

    I make elephant balls, it is just a peanut butter/powdered sugar ball covered in chocolate, don’t know why they are called that, but it is so much more fun to say elephant balls…so I will go with that…I only make them at Christmas to give away or else I eat them all!!!

  37. Chris says:

    Mmm… I’m going to try it today for bringing to the office tomorrow (Halloween)! Looks awesome!

    Looks also like it’s based on the standard butter mocha recipe (I’m on Oahu) and I make mine with coconut milk instead of evaporated so I’m going to switch it up a little.

    Glad to find your blog. I’m following you now too.

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