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jayney-O
Wednesday, November 8, 2006, 11:20pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Just before going grain free (we'll see how long it lasts) I made a wonderful cake with spelt flour and fresh baked pumpkin:

1 1/2 c. fresh baked pumpkin (I baked mine 2hr. at 325 then scooped out the seeds and scooped the flesh out of the shell....was done the day before so it was chilled when I used it)
1 3/4 c. sugar
3 Tbs dark molasses
1 c. oil (canola)
1 1/2 TBs. baking pwd
1 tsp baking soda...I almost forgot spices...Tbs cinnamin, T. allspice, tsp cardam0n
2 1/2 c. spelt flr.  Oh, yeah, and a pinch of salt
4 eggs
mix wet ingr. for a few min. in one bowl, dry in another, fold together, bake at 375 for 50-60 min....I used a bundt pan.

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sounds wonderful!
thanks for sharing your recipe!
jayney,
just edit your title from pumplin to pumpkin, ok? lol


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lol.
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Sounds really good.  Yes, please add your recipe to the Recipe Index.

This pumpkin cake could be used for Thanksgiving instead of pie.

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Jayney,

Do you grease and/or flour the pan before putting in the cake batter?

Thks...


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jayney-O
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AB/joe, yes, I did.
Alia, I haven't figured out how to do that yet...( ) so sorry.

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you just go to typebase and click on pumpkin.....
scroll all the way down to
'Would you like to add a recipe featuring this food',
that s all......it s quick and easy
you ll find all these recipes there:
Tasty Tofu Pumpkin stir fry
Pumpkin Muffins
One Bowl Muffins
Pumpkin Pie
Pumpkin Pie
Pumpkin salad
Pumpkin Cookies
Pumpkin Cookies with egg
Mom D's Pumpkin Pie
Pumpkin Bars
Pumpkin fresh salad
Pumpkin Scones - Type O Secretor
Simple Pumpkin Soup
Jill's Spelt Pumpkin Waffles
pumpkin chiffon pie by daisymay O
Pumpkin Dessert Cups


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Thanks for you recipe Jayney!
I have got a big pumpkin in my kitchen.  


znowu próbuje!!!
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Can't wait to try out the recipe!

Last year, Starbucks had a wonderful pumpkin type upside down cake shaped like a muffin and glazed with............better not tell. Anyway, I got addicted to this dessert and would go every other day to buy one. Not too good for BTD or my waistline. But it was so------o delicious.  
These pumpkin cakes were only on sale for about 2 months. I was hoping they would be offered this year again. No luck! But good for my body.
Now, armed with your recipe Jayney, I will make something healthy and at the same time satisfy my craving for Pumpkin cake.

Thanks for sharing.


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