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Halloween Pumpkin Cake

October 28, 2010 - Halloween Cakes
Halloween Pumpkin Cake

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Halloween Pumpkin Cake

If desired, make a face on the pumpkin using gumdrops or jelly beans for eyes and nose, black licorice whips for the mouth, candy corn for teeth¬† Color the reserved frosting green and frost the cupcake stem. Insert the cupcake upside-down into the hole in the top of the bundt cakes to make the pumpkin’s stem. Frost both cakes together, using up and down motion to simulate the lines in a pumpkin.
Halloween Pumpkin Cake

Halloween Pumpkin Cake
Now place the second cake on top of the first, flat side down. Place one cake upside down on a platter and frost the top with the orange frosting. Adding more yellow will lighten the color, while adding red will deepen it. This is done by slowly adding drops of yellow and red food coloring until you have just the right shade of orange.
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Scary Halloween Pumpkin Cake
Reserve 1/2 cup of the white frosting and color the rest orange. Let the finished cakes cool completely. Make the second bundt cake (or use 2 bundt pans and bake together to save time). Keep an eye on the cupcake as it will cook and be done before the cake. Bake the bundt cake according to package directions. Pour the rest of the cake batter into the bundt pan.  Fill one of the cupcake wells 2/3 full with cake batter.
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Halloween Pumpkin Cake Design
Halloween Pumpkin Cake

Halloween Pumpkin Cakes