Pumpkin Bundt Cake

Recipe Rating:
 170 Ratings
Serves: 8
Prep Time:
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Cooking Method: Bake


1 box yellow cake mix (18 -1/4 oz)
1 box butterscotch pudding (3.4 0z) (instant)
1/4 c vegetable oil
1/4 c water
1 c canned pumpkin
2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
4 eggs
powdered sugar or whipped cream, opt.

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Candy Ayers Recipe
Well Seasoned
St. Paul, MN (pop. 285,068)
Member Since Jul 2010
Candy's notes for this recipe:
This is a nice moist cake good anytime of the year but particularly nice for the holidays.
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This cake has the smell of fall and it is just so beautiful. It makes me want cooler weather! It was a snap to prepare and I would be proud to include it on my holiday table. (Next time I might make a glaze with powdered sugar and milk... yum!)


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user Donna Thiemann Angelfoodie - Dec 1, 2010
Candy I am awestruck by the beauty of this cake and it looks good enough to eat right through the computer. Ok, I am saving this one. Just Awesome!
user Bonnie D. Utahn - Dec 1, 2010
I agree! How did you do the top, or is that the design in your bundt pan? Whatever, it looks amazingly Christmasy!
user Candy Ayers CookingChic - Dec 2, 2010
Awww, thanks Donna. Wish I could send you a slice.

Bonnie, I took one of those little paper doilies that you can buy at the $ stores and placed it on top of the cake. Then I sifted powdered sugar over it. Removed the doily and voila! Lacey design.
user Bonnie D. Utahn - Dec 3, 2010
Well, you are a clever lady, aren't you? I didn't know about that trick, but I will remember it! Thanks, Candy! (still loving your rice! LOL!)
user Candy Ayers CookingChic - Dec 3, 2010
Bonnie, seems I read about "using a paper doily" trick quite a while ago but don't remember where. It was to be used on a flat pan cake but I figured why not try it on a bundt and see what happens. Well that's what happened. I was pleased with the appearance. Glad you liked it too.

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