Sunday, September 26, 2010

Three Ingredient Pumpkin Spice Cake

Hi everyone! Ok, how many of us have one of these in the closet?
Yep, I grabbed one at the Walmart too and I think it's time to get it out again!
I saw something last year that intrigued me... Three Ingredient Cakes.
I tried a couple different flavors and this is the one I would make again, they really liked it at the office.
Full disclosure here... I did add an extra tsp of Pumpkin Pie Spice, so technically it's a four ingredient cake!
Just add it all to a bowl and mix well.
I suggest making one or two cupcakes and using the rest of the batter in the brownie pan. I just bake a small ramekin and that's my snack!
325 degrees about 28 minutes, out of the oven...
The key to this pan is to spray everything really well with cooking oil.
Let it cool and gently push the cake out of the slots.
I top it with Buttercream Icing, cause you know, that makes everything better!

Maybe the finishing touch...
You can make this in a 9x13, or two 9" cake pans too!
Hope you love it if you try it:@)


  1. Yum that does look good and delicious! I'm with you when it comes to Pumpkin Pie Spice...never have enough. Whip cream would also be good on this. Where do you find that type of canned pumpkin? Last year it was so hard to find plain pumpkin but I suppose if you used Libby's Pumpkin Pie mix in the can you might not have to add the extra spice...hmmm...something to think about. Thanks for the easy recipe!

  2. This looks delicious, Lynn!! Love the look of the butter cream frosting on it...

    Today is the perfect, blustery cold day for spice cake! Send over a piece!! ;-D


  3. I do have one of those pans- one of my boys gave it to me for Christmas last year. This cake looks really cute in it. It sounds so easy to co-workers may get one of these yummy cakes soon! Thanks!

  4. Love spice cake, and yours looks most tempting. I don't have one of these pans, but I need to get one. I like brownies with edges. ;-)
    Hope your day is fun! ~ Sarah

  5. Spice cake is a great classic and one of my very favortites! I just got the most brilliant tip from you. Baking cakes in ramakins! I'll have to try that. Sounds perfect.
    We are not huge sweet eaters... but I COULD probably eat a whole spice cake... anyway, I think making the cake in ramakins would be so adorable and just the right size for my hubby and me!
    Wonderful post. Very autumunal!

  6. Hi everyone! Roberta, any canned plain pumpkin is fine. This was just a brand my supermarket had last year:@)

  7. I love spice cake and pumpkin pie anyting and that recipe is soooo easy. I'm definitely going to give that a try.

  8. Looks delicious! That is a really cool pan!

  9. "Let the pan COOL" - Well that is ALWAYS my problem! I'm too impatient to eat it LOL! Holy yum I am off to bake something!!

  10. I could eat anthing made with pumpkin. I like recipes with 5 ingredients or less also. hugs♥olive

  11. Those look delicious and I'm for anything with only 3 ingredients. Thanks for the recipe. I love pumpkin so I'm going to give these a try.

  12. WHOA...this looks could have saved this to post on the PUMPKIN PARTY but, then again, you can make us ANOTHER batch!!
    I can't wait to try this but first.....a trip to WALMART. I do not have a pan like this and I just LOVE it. Can you love a brownie pan? Well, Shelia would say, "You bet your little beater-licking tongue, you can!!" haahhhaaa...I'm turning as silly as she is !! :))

  13. Yummy! Pumpkin anything, I'm IN!

    I'll post my chocolate pumpkin cake soon.

    We are travelling, will keep up as best I can ..
    TTFN ~ hugs, Marydon

  14. Oh my gosh, that is just perfect. I have to get myself one of those. Can I have a bite?? Char

  15. Those look super yummy! I actually have one of those pans- I won it in a silent auction with a bunch of other stuff including a box of spice cake mix. I am going to make these for my staff at school as a "thank you"-I'll post about it and link it back with you when I do. Thanks for sharing!

  16. Love that pan, Walmart has started carrying some wonderful things.

  17. That sounds and looks wonderful! I can almost smell it. I didn't buy one of those pans, in fact I didn't know Walmart had them. My husband asked why I couldn't just make brownies in muffin tins if I wanted them to have crusty sides. I tried it and loved them that way!

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and visiting while I was away on my camping trip. It was so nice to come home and find sweet comments from my friends!

    Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

  18. Oh Wow! This looks fabulous! My tummy is rumbling for it already (so glad I made a chocolate cake yesterday otherwise I would have to run out to the market right now to get the ingredients!) I will try this one next week!
    Please drop by my history blog - it's about St. Nicholas and Christmas and I think you just might like it (hope so)!

  19. I hadn't seen that pan yet! What a great idea! Your cake looks delicious - I love anything pumpkin but sadly the husband does not.

  20. Well, that looks awesome. Love the icing and candy corn addition. Yum!

  21. That looks so yummy! And I love the pan! thanks for the recipe!
    Have a terrific day!

  22. They look wonderful! Of course, the icing does it, and the candy corn can't hurt!

  23. As much as I'm at Wal~Mart, I haven't seen this pan! Now I need to make a quick trip ;D

  24. Just found your FUN and beautiful blog through Clear Blue Skies and am so happy I did! This looks delish and I can't wait to explore your older posts! Will look forward to joining your next barnyard bash as well.
    Happy fall!

  25. Well I don't have the pan, but these look cute!

  26. Oh YUM and what a beautiful presentation!!

  27. I have tons of gadgets, but I haven't seen this one before. What beautiful pieces it makes. This looks so good.


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