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Luscious Four-Layer Pumpkin Cake

Luscious Four-Layer Pumpkin Cake recipe
photo by:kraft
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.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 30 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
10/22/2004
I made this for a fall family dinner and everyone loved it! From the picture it looks like it would be very complicated and take lots of time but it was so quick and easy! I will certainally make this again! YUMMY!
posted:
10/22/2004
This is a very impressive-looking cake to make, but oh, so easy. I liked that I did not have to frost the outside!
posted:
10/22/2004
This cake tastes as luscious as it looks. My sister baked it for our family, and I just had to get the recipe! Thanks Kraft!
posted:
10/22/2004
I made this cake and it is heavenly. I served it to family and co-workers, and everyone loved it. Very easy too!!
posted:
10/21/2004
I've made this cake twice in 2 weeks, recieving great comments on its appearance and taste. It is an easy cake to make with an appealing and impressive look and rates me as a "great cook". Will definately become one of my favorite desserts to make.
posted:
10/21/2004
Yum yum! This cake was delicious, and disappeared within 1 day. I especially liked the filling, because I can't stand the usual icky-sweet frosting. I froze the cake before splitting the layers, and that made the job much easier. My cake was nearly as beautiful as the one in the picture!
posted:
10/21/2004
the best cake i have ever had my family request that i make it once a week
posted:
10/21/2004
I want to share, with all of your cooks, a simple, fool-proof way to separate the cake layers. I used dental floss. You surround the cake layer with the floss, and gently pull through the layer. Works like a charm. You can also use a heavy duty thread.
posted:
10/21/2004
I took this cake to a dessert meeting and got rave reviews! We have some members that do not like overly sweet things (!) and they enjoyed it as well. I did find that I had to cook it longer then it stated, but it turned out delicious!
posted:
10/20/2004
I have made 3 of these,eveybody loves it!
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