1Preheat oven to 350°. Grease and flour a Bundt pan or angel food cake pan well.
2In a large bowl beat the sugar and oil with mixer on mefium speed. Add in the eggs, and continue to beat until well incorporated. Mix in the pumpkin on low speed.
3In another bowl. Whisk together the flour, salt baking soda, baking powder, and spices. Slowly beat dry mixture into pumpkin mixture. Mix until well combined.
4Add in the vanilla, (coconut, raisins,optional) and half of the toasted pecans. Mix well with spoon.
5Divider batter into thirds.
Place one third of batter evenly on bottom of pan. Top with half of the apples. Cover with a third of pumpkin mixture. Place remaining apple mixture evenly around batter into pan. Top the apples with the remaining pumpkin mixture.
6Place on sheet pan in oven and bake approximately 60 to 70 minutes. Toothpick should be clean rwhen testing or a few crumbs remsining on pick when inserted.
7Run your tap water as hot as possible. Place plug in Sink. Lay a dish towel on bottom of sink. Add enough hot water just to get the towel wet about half inch of water. Place hot bottom of bundt pan on top of the towel in the sink. Let it cool for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes. Remove cake from sink. Run a dull knife around outside edges of cake in Pan. Place a platter over top of pan. Turn cake upside down on top of platter. Cake should slide out.
8Make icing : beat all ingredients well in a bowl until smooth. Drizzle icing over top of cake sprinkle remaining toasted pecans on top of icing. Let cake cool completely. To speed the process. You may refrigerate the cake. It could take up to four hours to cool. Slice and serve.
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