Muddy's Fun House: episode 8... all about cake flour & a cream cheese pound cake

Muddy's Fun House: episode 8... all about cake flour & a cream cheese pound cake

Welcome to Muddy's Fun House: Super Fantastic At Home Bake-a-long and Variety Show... with your host, Kat from Muddy's!

(New to the Fun House? Here's a little FAQ about the show)

In our 8th episode, we put on our scientist hats and do an experiment! You'll learn all about cake flour and make a deliciously tender cream cheese pound cake.  We also interview a local high school student about her adventures in journalism.  It's a fun one!

Yay for our patrons Patreon
They make this show possible AND they get some fun perks too  (psst-- patrons, don't forget to download your printable PDF of this week's recipe!)

Without further ado... here is episode 8!

Ingredient List for the Bake-a-long:

HALF RECIPE – 1 8x4” loaf pan
173g (1 
1⁄2 c) cake flour
1⁄4 tsp baking powder
pinch of salt
170 g (3/4 c) butter, softened
113 g (4 oz) cream cheese
300g (1 
1⁄2 c) sugar
1 tsp vanilla OR lemon oil
3 eggs


      Show Notes for this Episode:

      • "The News" chapter begins at 41:32
        --I am so inspired by Gahana! It's wonderful to see this rising 11th grader working hard over the summer to keep learning and growing.
        --Take Gahana's "get started" challenge!  Choose someone in your family to "interview" and ask them questions about their life-- maybe even what they feel is their greatest achievement.  

      • Submit a question for a future "mail bag" portion! 
        Email kat(at) or send a real letter (yay!) to 
        Muddy's Bake Shop attn: Fun House 
        2497 Broad  Ave #101 Memphis, TN 38112

      • Participating while you watch?
        We'd LOOOOVE to see! Tag us @muddysbakeshop and/or use #muddysfunhouse

      • Special mad props to: 
        Kirby for rockin' those editing skills; Susan, Tom, and Natalie for sparking a super fun kitchen experiment; Lindye M. for being an amazing baker and teaching me lots about both baking & life; Gahana for graciously letting me interview her; and, of course, all our wonderful patrons on Patreon!


      Back to blog