Sugar Plum White Chocolate Cake Bites

Hi Everyone,

Happy Monday!  Well back to it now that Thanksgiving is over.  Now its holiday time!  I love this time of year with Christmas decorations, holiday foods and treats, fresh Christmas trees, Christmas parties, shopping and giveaways!  Yupper Doodles I have a giveaway today!  But first let me show you my Sugar Plum Chocolate Cake Bites.

How cute are these little Guys?  There a perfect combination of white chocolate cake, with swirled in Sugar Plum Jam from Stonewall Kitchen.  My intentions for these cakes didn’t come out as planned.  As I was melting the white chocolate and butter on the stove top, I went to grab my brownie pan, and guess what?  No pan to be found.  I panicked because as I was digging, I was also melting chocolate and butter on the stove and I didn’t want it to burn.  So what was I to do?    I already started my dessert and there was no stopping now.  So when all else fails I grabbed my bread pan.  It worked out like a charm.  Instead of white chocolate brownies I ended up with white chocolate cake, even better!  Check out how cool it looks from the pan.

These cake bites turned out light, fluffy and each piece is coated with a the sweet Sugar Plum Jam.  I couldn’t be more happy with this recipe!  Funny when things turn out better than planned.

These cakes are super easy to make.  I melted butter and white baking chocolate in a pan.   Added sugar, eggs, vanilla and flour and mixed it all together.  Poured it into my prepared pan and then swirled in the most tasty jam into it!  The jam really makes this cake!!  Baked it for 30 minutes and fa la, it’s done!

These cakes would be perfect served at your next holiday party or simply to pack in your lunch.  You can cut them into bites like I did or you can cut them into 16 slices and make like a brownie.  No matter how you do it, they will be perfect.  Oh for an added touch I dusted on a little bit of powdered sugar to give it a dainty look.  But these cakes are not dainty they are pretty sturdy, yet very light to eat!  I love that!  I don’t like when you make things and there so delicate they fall apart!!

I was pretty happy when I received my little gift package from Stonewall Kitchen.  I have been a fan of their products for years.  I love there jams, I always keep a stock of it in my cupboards and they have like a bazillion flavors to choose from.  You know how I like my condiments, as you can tell from last weeks post on my Jamming Away Day.  In my package I received one jar of Sugar Plum Jam and their Holiday Jam.  The Sugar Plum Jam is made of plums and has just a touch of orange, oh boy is it good!  The Holiday Jam is amazing with cream cheese and crackers.  It’s made with pears, cranberries and raspberries.  All my favorites!!  These are truly a wonderful seasonal jam that will add a little charm to you holidays, whether you make my little cake bites like mine, spread on cream cheese and crackers or make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich!  The possibilities are endless when it comes to jam!

Sugar Plum White Chocolate Cake Bites
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 16 slices
  • Serving size: 1 slice
    Prep time: 
    Cook time: 
    Total time: 
    A sweet white chocolate cake with swirled sugar plum jam and dusted with powdered sugar.
    • ½ cup butter
    • 2 oz. white baking chocolate
    • ⅓ cup sugar
    • 2 eggs or egg substitute
    • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
    • 1 cup all purpose flour
    • ½ tsp. baking powder
    • 1 dash salt
    • ⅓ cup Stonewall Sugar Plum Jam
    • 1 tbsp powdered sugar (optional)
    1. In a medium sauce pan add butter and white chocolate, over low heat, stir until butter and chocolate are melted. Set aside to cool.
    2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
    3. Line a 8 x 8 brownie pan or loaf pan with aluminum foil and spray with cooking spray; set aside
    4. Once chocolate mixture is cooled, with a wooden spoon, stir in sugar, mix until combined. Beat in 1 egg at a time and then add vanilla extract. Mix until combined.
    5. Stir in flour, baking powder and salt, mix until just combined, do not over mix. Pour into prepared pan.
    6. Drop a few dollops of jam into batter, (if jam is to thick, slightly heat in the microwave for about 10 seconds) and swirl with a butter knife.
    7. Place in oven and bake for 30 - 35 minutes, until cake is set and when you insert a toothpick it comes out clean.
    8. Let cake cool in pan. Carefully lift the cake out of the pan and cut into 16 slices. Sprinkle with powdered sugar before serving.
    Calories per slice: 131.1, Fat: 7, Cholesterol: 15, Sodium: 42.8 Potassium: 36, Carbs: 15, Fiber: .02, Sugar: 9.1, Protein: 1.6

    See the little package in the middle?  Stonewall Kitchen was nice enough to send it to me to giveaway to you, so you can make a wonderful holiday recipe!!

    What you get is:  The Holiday Jam Collection which contains one 12.5 oz jar of Holiday Jam and one 12.5 oz jar of Sugar Plum Jam which is all sealed up and packed beautifully.

    To win all you have to do is answer this question: what would you make with the jam?

    For extra entries:  Just be sure you tell me you did so

    I will pick the winner through, on Thursday evening and announce the winner on Friday’s post.

    Have a great week!!





    1. I make a terrific bar with apple butter in the middle. I think the jam would be a wonderful addition for a change.

    2. These look very tasty and will been making them ! With the jam package I want to make jelly doughnuts.

    3. Cari Hartman says

      They look very yummy!! I’d make syrup for a holiday pancake out of the jam!!

    4. I would nake thumpprint cookies

    5. The Holiday Jam sounds so good! I would make “Snooks” cookies (pb&j cookies) …egg-free for my daughter…with the jam. Would be a great variation from traditional strawberry.

    6. i would make a breakfast farro with a swirl of jam in it.

    7. I am SOO excited for holiday cookie/brownie/cake baking! And these cute little cake bites sound like the perfect place to start. The plum/white chocolate combo sounds dreamy. I might use the jam to flavor a buttercream!!

    8. Anything I see on Julie’s blog!

    9. I would start with Sugar Plum White Chocolate Cake Bites. They would be a nice Christmas treat!

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    11. I would make some delicious thumbprint cookies

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    13. I would make a classic pb&j sandwich for my lunches!

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    17. I’m thinking cocktail sausages for a New Year’s Eve party!

    18. some type of bar.

    19. TOO CUTE! i’d try to make some kind of sweet-savory panini with it!

    20. I would add them to crêpes or shortbread cookies!!

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    24. I’ve pinned your recipes:)

    25. I would make kolachky, sounds delicious!! or just on a bagel with cream cheese!

    26. Sherry Lykins says

      I would just use it on toast!

    27. I always make peanut butter and jelly bar cookies at Christmas. I would use the jam to make those.

    28. I would make jam bread

    29. I think that I would make Bakewell tarts!

    30. I would make your cake bites of course 😉

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    34. I would make some sweet potato biscuits and top with this, no need for butter.

    35. I pinned THIS recipe!

    36. Margaret Smith says

      I’d love to make thumbprint cookies.

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    41. Karen DelGrosso says

      I would give the jams to my husband for Christmas along with the case of Stonewall Kitchens Blueberry Jam that he adores.

    42. melissa resnick says


    43. Some yummy doughnuts!

    44. These look just delicious and that cute name just seals the deal!

    45. I would make my jam bars that I usually make with raspberry jam and these cake bites look delicious, too!

    46. I subscribe to Peanut Butter and Peppers email updates.

    47. I follow both Peanut Butter and Peppers and Stonewall Kitchen on Facebook.

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    49. I pinned your candied almonds recipe.

    50. Oh yum! Your white chocolate cake bites look delicious! If I were to win, I would definately make ebelskivers – filled (with Jam or Nutella or whatever!) Danish pancakes the shape of spheres.

    51. I’ve been wanting to try thumbprint cookies. This sounds like it would be just the ticket for these.

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    53. John Hutchens says

      doughnuts filled with jelly

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    65. I might get “voted off the island” for this but I would make toast! I love it. A nice wheaty, nutty bread toasted to perfection with a slight drizzle of honey and flavorful jam. The heel is an added bonus.

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    71. I follow you on FB.

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    73. I would make toast with jam.

    74. I pinned an awesome recipe, easy one too:

    75. alyce poalillo says

      I would probably make the classic thumbprint cookies or add it as a swirl in my pound cake

    76. I’d stir a spoonful in my hot breakfast morning oatmeal for some fruity sweetness!

    77. I like both Facebook pages!

    78. I’m an email subscriber as well thanks!

    79. Most likely some little tarts, yes that would do!

    80. I subscribe via email

    81. Your cake looks so yummy with the jam swirls! I’m sure I’d think up a cookie if I won the jam…maybe a thumbprint or bar cookie 🙂

    82. Thumbprint cookies filled with Stonewall Kitchen jam!

    83. I follow you and Stonewall Kitchen on Twitter!

    84. I follow you and Stonewall Kitchen on Facebook!

    85. I follow you and Stonewall Kitchen on Pinterest!

    86. I make jam jam cookies for the holidays and that jam looks like it would be something different to try and likely not available in Canada.

    87. I would make white chocolate truffles with a sugar plum jam filling. Yummy! I follow you on pinterest, and facebook. And I pinned this recipe. And I follow stonewall on facebook.

    88. Breakfast – Jam on toast.

    89. Quick thinking on the cake! I always panic in moments like those. I haven’t made thumbprint Christmas cookies for so long, but would love to use the Stonewall jams in a batch!

    90. This jam looks so delicious on its own that I would want to keep it simple and serve it on some homemade bread!

    91. i was thinking of thumbprint cookies would be the way to go but i saw someone else had spoken of biscuits and now i’m thinking of that….

    92. already a subscriber

    93. i’d love to put it on mysandwiches!

    94. A sugar cookie base, covered with jam or marmalade and then drizzled with white, mil or dard chocolate.

    95. That should be milk or dark chocolate.

    96. I follow you on facebook.

    97. I follow you on Pinterest.

    98. I pinned your Jalipeno pull apart bread recipe. Looks really good.

    99. The cake bites are perfect! And that jam sounds amazing! I think I would make some thumbprint cookies.

    100. And I follow you on Twitter!

    101. I would make jam-topped bagels!

    102. I would make linzer torte cookies.
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    103. This would be delicious on my whole grain bread and also stirred in my Greek yogurt cups too! Yum!

    104. I like you on Facebook

    105. I also like Stonewall on Facebook

    106. I also subscribe to your emails too! Thanks so much!

    107. Sonja Phillips says

      I follow all on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest! If I won, I wouldn’t get a chance to make anything…my 21 year old son is coming for Christmas and he would just want it on toast!! 🙂

    108. I would make PB&J sandwiches. I love them with good jelly.

    109. I follow you an facebook

    110. I would make a sugar plum gluten-free nutrigrain bars for my daughter. Your cakes look lovely too!

    111. I think it would be delicious with brie cheese in mini phyllo cups

    112. We would make pb and jam sandwiches

    113. Pinned more than one of your recipes!

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    115. I would make Thumbprint Cookies.

    116. I would love a fresh baked bread to highlight this jam! YUM!

    117. I would make some multigrain crackers to enjoy with those tasty flavors!

    118. jam cookies!

    119. thumbprint cookies

    120. Thumbprint cookies or some kind of tart!

    121. I would make delicious jam scones!

    122. mummytotwoboys says

      I think I would fill a Victoria Sandwich with the jam!

    123. mummytotwoboys says
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    126. I’d make thumprint cookies

    127. Like you on FB Susan Smith

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    129. Baked Brie with Jam – yum!

    130. plum jam sounds yummy

    131. I would make thumbprint cookies!

    132. The jam would be fabulous on toasted pound cake.

    133. I would make thumbprint cookies! And I would spread the jam on waffles and pancakes!

    134. Robert Pyszk says

      I would enjoy putting it on toast

    135. Robert Pyszk says
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    137. susan smoaks says

      i would use the jam on home baked biscuits

    138. I would love to make a jelly roll!

    139. I subscribed to your emails.

    140. I’m following @JenatPBandP and @StonewallKitchen on Twitter @lisalmg.

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    143. I pinned your Tomato Pizza Pie recipe:

    144. I would make thumbprint cookies to get big bites of the jam!

    145. I already subscribe to you by email!

    146. I’d try making some yummy jam-filled scones or sugar cookies!

    147. I would make linzer cookies!

    148. I would make a glazed sweet and sour chicken with the Holiday Jam!

    149. I am an e-mail subscriber

    150. I also follow you on facebook

    151. I pinned this recipe!

    152. I would make a beautiful Tartine. Thanks for the opportunity to win!


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