Date of publication: 2018-02-26 17:05
I made this for Thanksgiving. It was excellent. It was better than any pumpkin bread I've ever had. It was moist and flavorful. I made exactly according to directions, except I did not add the pumpkin seeds on the top. I just didn't have time for that. The 7 ½ cups of powdered sugar was just the right amount. People commented that it had the right amount of sweetness and not too sweet. I highly recommend this.
The cake should freeze just fine (many commercial bakeries do just that!). Wrap it tightly in plastic then in a plastic bag or metal tin to prevent it from picking up flavors.
You can make the frosting ahead, fridge it in a tightly sealed container, and bring to room temp before spreading it on the cake morning of, then chill until closer to serving time.
You can make the pumpkin brittle today as well. Let cool completely on a plate, then store in a loosely covered container at room temp until serving time, to keep it crunchy (unless it’s humid in your area).
I made it two layers with a spreading of apricot jam in between. Pumpkin butter would be good too.
Making this tomorrow for a crowd. There will be an amazing cheesecake there, so I want to bring something healthy! Will leave the nuts out because I don 8767 t now about allergies. Have been surfing for strawberry salads and the quinoa is a great idea, and the lemon vinaigrette should be awesome. Thanks!
It's simple and REALLY good. Moist, nice and spiced, and light. Add the cream cheese frosting (a few pinches of cinnamon and about half the sugar for me) and it's perfect! Didn't have pumpkin seeds but I bet they would be super yummy on top
This salad is a lively blend of sharp arugula, tangy goat cheese, mellow pecans and tart pomegranates. If you can't find arugula. substitute any salad green.
I cut a whole bar of white chocolate, mixed it into the cookie dough, and the experiment was totally successful. After half an hour, on my table was a plate full of sweet cookies, which looked great and simply melted in the mouth. Only one step was left…
Hello, I 8767 m planning to send a cookie care package to some of my friends and I was wondering if these cookies would be safe to mail? Or would the fruit and creamcheese prevent that?
Lacinato kale, often called dinosaur kale because of its crinkled, bumpy texture, grows year-round in the Pacific Northwest. Massaging the leaves with your hands tenderizes them and tones down their bitter edge, which is a little more pronounced with summer harvests.
This salad was amazing! Substituted organic Feta for the goat and pine nuts for the almonds to make the hubby happy. What a fantastic way to use seasonal produce.
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