Pumpkin Spice Crunch Cake is the perfect autumn dessert.
Four ingredients gets you TWO BIG CAKES chock full of pumpkin pie flavor with the irresistible crunch of toffee bits. The cake is so moist it’s almost like a cheesecake. Cream cheese icing is the perfect match.
Over at Oh Bite It!, Amy frosted her cake while warm so the icing oozed over the slices. I loved how she stacked her cake slices, so I served mine like that. The ultimate easy way to serve up a layer cake from a sheet cake!
A funny thing about the cake: My almost 10 year old brought one of the cakes to a potluck and he couldn’t get the title right. He kept calling it “Pumpkin Crust Crud Cake”. Made me laugh. So what’s in a name? Nothing. He came home with an empty pan. :)
1 (29oz) can or 2 (15oz) cans pumpkin purée (unsweetened)
1 box spice cake mix
8oz toffee bits (like these)
16oz container cream cheese icing
1. Preheat oven to 350℉. Grease two 13 x 9 inch baking pans.
2. In a large bowl, mix cake batter according to the box directions.
3. Thoroughly stir the pumpkin purée into the cake batter.
4. Reserve 1/4 cup toffee bits for the top of cake. Add the remaining toffee bits to the cake batter.
5. Divide batter between the two pans.
6. Bake for 45 minutes or until a tester comes out clean.
7. Allow cakes to cool before frosting with cream cheese icing. Sprinkle the reserved toffee bits over the tops of both cakes.
Makes two 13 x 9 inch pans
Recipe from Oh Bite It!
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