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Great Pumpkin Cake

Great Pumpkin Cake recipe
photo by:kraft
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:
11/1/2007
Although mine didn't turn out as pretty as the picture, my family was still impressed. Next time I will probably use a different frosting. I plan to take it to Thanksgiving.
posted:
10/31/2007
Half the frosting would be more than plenty for this cake. It came out fantastic and was a big hit at our Halloween party! I piped black frosting for a Jack-o-Lantern and placed fall leaves from the garden around the base of the pumpkin. Super cute!
posted:
10/31/2007
This was a hit at my company party and for someone who doesn't bake that much it was surprisingly easy. Great addition to any fall gathering!
posted:
10/31/2007
I enjoyed making this cake. I took my time frosting it, and it turned out pretty good. I used a plastic bag for the piping and it worked great. The trick is to cut off a teeny tiny piece from the corner of the bag. So the cake was easy to make. I thought the frosting was just okay. I will definately make this cake again, but I will use a different frosting.
posted:
10/31/2007
I made this cake with my 10 yr old daughter - it was alot of fun and she did most of the baking. I brought the cake to work and my co-workers were very impressed that a non baker could make such a thing. My cake pan had a larger opening then the cone so we put a shot glass in the middle so that the cone would not fall thru. It was a very sweet cake also.
posted:
10/30/2007
This turned out so cute. The frosting was a little bit runny so I added more powdered sugar. Then for an added touch, I added plastic spiders onto the cake. I plan on making this again for Thanksgiving.
posted:
10/29/2007
I made it with my favorite chocolate chip cake. My granddaughter (age 9) helped and she frosted it.
posted:
10/29/2007
I took this cake to a Halloween party and everyone loved it!
posted:
10/28/2007
I made this one just as a way to be festive during this season. I added a package of chocolate instant pudding to a spice cake mix..taste great! I agree that the recipe for the icing was a bit thin and difficult to work with. i aslo agree with the reviewer who said the ice cream cone didnt fit well, the hole is too big..I used 2 cones stacked...I love the look of the cake though. My husband was also pretty impressed. I will make it again..Maybe for Thankgiving dinner.
posted:
10/28/2007
This a great idea. I have added a pudding tunnel with chocolate squares which surely will get some oohhhs and ahhs. But, like other poster, the frosting is too liquidy and even refrigerated, the frosting was hard to keep in place while frosting. Just too runny. Next time, I would use grocery store recipe frosting-it helps with decorating like leaves and vines to it!
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