What is Butter Cake? 

There is a lot of speculation on when and where butter cake was invented. Our favorite story is that it was invented in the 1930s in St. Louis by a German-American Baker who mixed up the ratios of butter and flour.  The end result is the gooey treat that is a favorite in east coast and southern states. 

One Crafty Cat expanded on that history by adding fresh ingredients to create a variety of different flavors people at Farmer's Markets have come to love!

Our Flavors

Are you a purest? Love Lemons? Chocolate Lover? We have a flavor you are sure to love! Check back regularly for new seasonal flavors. 

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Orange Zing Butter Cake

Orange Zing is what started it all! It has a orange-citrus flavor followed by the gooey-ness of a traditional butter cake

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Lemon Shandy

Lemon Shandy is like a lemon bar but instead of a lemon curd finish it has a creamy finish.

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Carrot Cake

Carrot cake is a favorite among cakes so it only made sense to use local Washington carrots to create a unique butter cake that has all the spices and flavors of a delicious classic.

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Bourbon-Vanilla Bean Butter Cake

The original! For the people who love traditional in every sense of the word. Our new and improved recipe incorporates our home made Bourbon-Vanilla Extract. These delicious treats have a rich vanilla flavor! 

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Chocolate Butter Cake

Our chocolate butter cake takes the gooey-ness of our our butter cake and mixes it with bitter sweet-chocolate and a chocolate base. A great treat for chocolate lovers!

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Butterscotch-marshmallow  Gooey Bar

we have created a new exciting Gooey Bar it is soft and chewy with some great flavor of butterscotch and some chocolate chips and marshmallows to make it complete! this is a cookie lovers dream bar!

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Gluten Free Option Available! 

We are able to make any flavor of our butter cake gluten free.  We use a coconut and almond flour mix and it's pretty darn close to our original butter cake. Special care is practiced to keep utensils, pans, and product separate to prevent cross-contamination.  Pictured is our Lemon Shandy Gluten Free Cake!