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Great Pumpkin Cake

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Tired of waiting for that perfect pumpkin to rise out of the pumpkin patch? Make this great cake version instead with our step-by-step video.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr 20 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
10/29/2004
I AM GOING TO MAKE AS GIFTS FOR THE CHILDREN I THINK THEY WILL LOVE IT THANKS KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK
posted:
10/28/2004
I am planning on trying this recipe for a party. My problem is my cake pan isn't a 12 cup but a six. Should I nitch the whole idea? Just wondering! I'm on my way to the store to get some ingredients.
posted:
10/27/2004
alot of fun to make and eat..keep these great recipes coming please...thank you.
posted:
10/27/2004
this is a very creative idea!! the kids loved to help me make this for a party. the icing was a wonderful change from buttercream icing.
posted:
10/27/2004
a comet cup is the ice cream cone
posted:
10/27/2004
In response to the low calorie dieting husband... I made this with Splenda and just beat it with a mixer until it became powdery. It works just the same! Hope that helps.
posted:
10/27/2004
A comet cup is an ice cream cone. I believe comet is the brand name. It is the shorter cone, not a sugar cone. Hope that helps.
posted:
10/27/2004
I had no trouble making it. I did not pipe the green frosting down the sides, however. I did use the edge of my spactula to make lines down the pumpkin instead. It looked more like a pumpkin to me this way. It looks perfect!!!! I am going to make this every year from now on. Thanks!!!1
posted:
10/27/2004
A comet cup is the basic cake ice cream cone cup. You use it for the stem portion on the cake. Insert it upside down in the hole of the cake and ice it with the green frosting.
posted:
10/27/2004
This recipe sounds very yummy, but before I make it I'd have to make some changes. My husband is on a low cholesterol diet, so, I'd have to use low fat or nofat cream cheese and a margarine that comes in a tub. I have a question. Is there a substitute that I could use for the powdered sugar? Maybe half powdered sugar and half the substitute.
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