I wish I had a picture to show you.It is an awesome cake. I found the recipe in Woman's Day magazine, I changed the cake to a cake mix to make it easier.My family loves it and all the neighborhood kids love coming in and having cake and hot chocolate on Halloween.There seems to be a lot of adults coming with the kids since I've started making this cake.lol It would be great for Halloween parties. HAPPY HALLOWEEN
1Pre heat oven 350-lightly oil then dust with flour 10 inch bundt pan.
2in a large mixing bowl mix cake mix and all ingredents together,pour in bundt pan and bake for 55 or 60 min or until tooth pick comes out clean. cool in pan 15 min then turn onto wire rack to cool completely. rinse out the pan and repeat for second cake.
4Beat cream cheese,butter,and vanilla together in large bowl until smooth.add confectioner's sugar a cup at time. beat until fluffy about 3 min.
5cut each cooled cake in half horizontally.spread 3/4 cup icing on the bottom half of each cake and sandwich with the tops.
6put 1/2 cup icing in a small bowl tint with green food coloring
7tint the remaining icing orange.place one cake on cake plate rounded side down.spread the top with 1/2 cup orange icing then set the 2nd cake flat side down on top of first cake,rounded side up.
8frost the entire cake with the remaining orange icing.refrigerate for 15 min.
9using green icing,frost the wafer cone.refregerate until ready to serve.
10crumple a piece of foil into a loose ball,insert into middle of cake and place the frosted cone on slightly at an angle on top to resemble a stem.
11note: you can make any kind of cake you like that goes with the cream cheese icing. I have made it with red velvet cake.I make eyes and a mouth out of black poster paper and stick on the pumpkin,then I start serving from the back.
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