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Old 05-11-2010, 06:57 PM   #11
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Everyone love a success story. Congrats on your cake. You are now officially one of us. Oops. Wait. You have to try something grand and have it absolutely flop to truly be a foodie. And have I ever had some flops in the long road to what I know today.. Now let me see, what really strange thing can I try next that will either be brilliant, or turn out truly disgusting?

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Old 05-11-2010, 10:01 PM   #12
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Pumpkin Pie Cake

I have made a similar cake.
You use a can of pumpkin and make a standard pumpkin custard cut the liquid by 1/4. In a 9x11 pan grease and flour then pour in the custard.
Take one package of yellow cake mix reserve 1/4 of that. Pour the dry cake mix into the pan.
Mix the reserved mix and mix it with brown sugar and very cold butter chunks in very small chunks.
Place these on top and bake as a pie 350deg. for 40 or so minutes check for set. Let cool and pig out.

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fruit filling, mixes, too moist

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