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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.
30 min
2 hr 30 min
24 servings
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I watched the video as well, and in the video it is very clear from the finished product that a Bundt pan was used - but in the picture above, the cake is nice and plump and much more rounded. Not sure if there is yet a different cake pan that should be used (and wasn't mentioned in the video), but the photo above looks far better than the final outcome of the cake prepared in the video. Perhaps just digital enhancement of the photo?
Directions are needed to make the cake as pictured!!!
I want to know how to make the cake in the picture also. The one in the video looked nothing like the picture. What's up with that?
I cant believe they are showing a different method of making this cake than what they actually did. The cake on the video doesnt look anything like the cake in the picture. I want to know how to make the cake in the picture.
I have a solution for rounding off the bottom of the cake. I sprinkled just a tad bit of baking soda on the top of the batter before baking it. That part rose enough to make the cake rounded.
Every Halloween I make a pumpkin cake. I use two large/medium size pyrex baking glass bowls to bake my cake mix. Once baked and completely cooled I slice off any crusty edges, lay one up like a bowl frost it to hold the other placed on top. You have a round pumpkin.
I was wondering what type of cake pan was really used. I have a regular tube/bunt pan, but my cake didn't end up as rounded as the one in the picture. I watched the video of the cake being made and that cake didn't look like the one in the picture either. How did the cake in the photo get so rounded at the bottom?
I would have to agree with the cook who feels clueless. How do you get it to look like a pumpkin? I assumed that you used 2 bundt cakes and iced them together to get the shape but apparently not. Please let me know, I really would like to try to make it.
It came out looking a bit more like a spider than a pumpkin, but my 3 year old still loved it for her Halloween/birthday party.
My daugther's birthday is in October this is a good idea for her party. Thank you and I plan on making this for her school class too.
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