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Luscious Four-Layer Pumpkin Cake

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First pie, now this: A jaw-dropping cake with pecans, caramel and cream cheese seals pumpkin's place in the baking hall of fame as best ingredient ever.
20 min
1 hr 30 min
16 servings
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Came out just like the photo. I used more than 1/4 cup pecans though, and I toasted them first. Delicious.
the cake's flavor is great, but the receipe has several flaws. First, if you make it in the 9" pan as directed, it is only about 1/2 in high and you could not split it in two no matter how clever you are. Secondly, the filling was a gooey mess and even by adding more confectionary sugar, I could not get it speadable. I'm an excellent cook and followed the directions carefully.
I am not a great baker, and made off like a pro with this recipe. It was insanely delicious and got rave compliments. Unfortunately set the bar too high from the family, and I can't duplicate my success elsewhere. I always go abck to this one to impress. It is beautiful, delicious, and best of all, super easy!
My friend calls this cake "Jesus cake" She said that if Jesus made a cake it would taste like this! Easy and delicious!! Have made it several times!!
I made this for Thanksgiving 3 year in a row. It is addictive...
Impressive appearance and delicious. Worth the effort to make!
I have made this cake three times and it is a marvelous cake. The latest was for a Mother's Day Appreciation at work. The cake was made in a 11 x 15 sheet cake pan and it was an eye catching display of a cake. Better than that it was delicious with the caramel and extra pecans. The talk spread around the job before the event started.
Great if you love pumpkin, which we do.
This is my family's new favorite to replace pumpkin pie! They all love it. I left the pecans and sauce out to the side for people to garnish as they choose for those who are not nut lovers.
I have made this recipe twice now and it was a hit both times! The first time I was a little nervous about putting too much filling between the cake because I did not want it to gush out the side when I put the cake on top, but it did not do that at all.
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