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Sep 22, 2011


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Michelle Andrews

I came home and saw this recipe and immediately baked it up. It is so delicious!! Thank you for another great recipe. I'm a huge pumpkin fan and can't have enough recipes that use it.


Rachel - it's just 1 cup of pumpkin for the cake and 2 Tablespoons for the glaze.

Cindy - you can most definitley use pumpkin pie spices in this. I bet that would be a delicious alteration! Let me know if you try it!

Lancaster PA Shades

that cake looks so juicy!

Shaina (Food for My Family)

I am so ready for pumpkin season. I can't wait to bring this to our friends' fall party in a few weeks. Delicious.


Amanda, I'm so excited for this. I love your blog and I didn't think anything could make it better than it was but you just proved me wrong. I hope your life is going well, God bless you and your creativity!


Did you invert the cake immediately upon taking it out of the oven? or did you let it cool for a bit and then invert it?

Deepali Jain

Hi Amanda,

a great recipe from Kristen. Would surely try soon.

I would like to be a part of 'Baking with...'



Goodness what a stunning fall cake! And what a lovely idea Mandate to share your blog with us mere mortals! I'm hoping one day I'll turn out as blissful buttercream creations as you but until then, I shall just have to carry on Jo Blogs Jo Bakes ;)


This cake look delicious! And I love to bake with you, my blog is in Dutch but has an google translator on it :)



Lovely pics and the recipe looks delicious



I love this new series!!! ^_^
My blog is in Spanish, but I'd like to share it with you anyway :) There's a translator on the sidebar :)


Happy baking! ^_^

Miss Overballe

Great Idea! I would love to be considered (and I would be very flattered!)
This recipe looks really good :)

Jen M O

I love your blog and Kristen's pumpkin cake. Pumpkin is the best. I really loved the Halloween spider in the jar cake. I will be posting Halloween recipes starting in October. Halloween is so much fun.


Hmm...that looks so yummy and a great idea for pumpkin flavor ina dessert, since somehow the texture of pumpkin pie doesn't appeal much to me (to say it nicely ;)

I'd love to be considered for your new series http://specialtycakecreations.com/red-and-white-topsy-turvy-cake/

Love seeing all the other food blog links here, a great way to find quality food blogs to follow :D


Oh my this cake is gorgeous!! I bet it tastes as good as it looks!

I'd love to be on Baking With... http://www.greensnchocolate.com

Brenda @ a farmgirl's dabbles

This cake is perfectly lovely. What a gorgeous piece of fall dessert!


Hi Jeanette - I actually probably waited around 10 minutes, if that. Great question.

Kathy Goldman

Beautifully done. And your blog is one of my favorites. Very inspirational!

Kathy Goldman

Oops! Please do check out my blog at

Barbara | Creative Culinary

Totally love this cake, so perfect for fall.

I would love to bake with you, for you, next to you. I can share the wonder of high altitude baking with your readers. I say wonder when I really mean something else but want to make it sound fun. :)


I came here from Dine and Dish. This pumpkin bundt cake looks awesome. So much pumpkin right now, and that's perfect, because I love pumpkin anything!

Diane {Created by Diane}

Two great blogger at once :)
Love you new series. Kristen sure does take amazing photos. I'm looking forward to seeing more of you series.
I'd leave a link, and would love to be a part of it...but I don't do well under pressure and can't come up with one thing :) But I am going to try this cake it looks so delicious and I love pumpkin.


Looks delicious!

Jennifer @ Peanut Butter and Peppers

Oh man, your cake looks so good! I am book marking this and making it soon! Like maybe right now!!

Miri Leigh

Looks incredibly delicious, as always. Thanks for posting!


I made this today and it's fabulous!


Making this tomorrow! Probably modifying it a bit: two six cup cakes, and 6 oz of honey greek yogurt and 2 oz of sour cream instead of a full cup of sour cream. nom nom pumpkin time!
Thanks for the recipe!

Alexis @ There She Goes

this looks so yummy!!


Love Kristen and you both! Fantastic cake and beautifully photographed. What a great series. I'm looking forward to it.

Kristin Morris

I SO made this Friday night and it was amazing!! I even posted it on my FB, lol.


Love this "baking with" idea and segment. Kristen is really talented so she's the perfect fit for your beautiful blog. I'm not a big baker but I'd love come up with something to share here. I'm sure you have a hundred options thought. Either way, keep up the lovely work!

The Teacher Cooks

I love Kristen's blog and her cake is stunning! So glad to be introduced to your beautiful blog.


Cannot wait for your news! I hope the news is about your being offered the opportunity to do a book or TV show because I think your surprise-inside-the-cake idea and execution is the most genius thing I've seen since Cake Pops!

Always wishing you well!


Tickled Red

Kristen's photos always transport me to somewhere that is warm and safe. These are gorgeous and the recipe is nummy! I love your idea...hmmm, do you like cheesecake?


Love this new series! http://www.foodmamma.com/search/label/cake

Natalie@Deconstructing The Home

I really can't wait to give this recipe a try! Here are a couple of my favorite posts for you to take a look at. I'd love to bake with you! What a delicious offer!

This is one of my favorite cakes ever: http://www.deconstructingthehome.com/?p=307

And something out of the ordinary: http://www.deconstructingthehome.com/?p=513



I am super excited about baking and super excited about my blog and I'd really love to share that with a wider audience!



This is my favorite recipe that I've done so far (and that's a pretty long list at this point even if I am fairly new)! I baked the batter in little pumpkin shaped cake tins and piped a few green leaves with Cinnamon icing on top of the glaze and they were amazing. These have been a HUGE hit at dinner parties and such.
I made a batch as a thank you for a coworker and he keep asking when I'll get around to making more! I adore your blog! Thanks!

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