Praline Pumpkin Torte
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 30 min. + cooling
This is a wonderful tasting dessert, and it's perfect for special fall dinners. It would make a great Thanksgiving dessert. I loved the flavors and textures, and it was worth the time and effort. Delicious!
Very good. I cut the recipe in half to try as only two of us and worked well. I might try adding thinly sliced apples just for a variation especially since apples in abundance. Definitely a recipe worth making again and again and the parchment is a must. Thanks Esther for sharing.
This is my second review as I wanted to say this recipe is wonderful as gluten free. I switched to gluten free all purpose flour and added 2 extra beatened egg whites. I choose the egg whites instead of xanthum powder or gar gum because it's more natural and had excellent results as far as moistness and crumb.
I took this to a meeting last night and it was an instant hit! This decadent torte is absolutely delicious. Be sure to line your pans with parchment paper and the cakes will fall out easily. Another tip is to get all ingredients out and measured before beginning and it will go quickly. I highly recommend this delicious recipe.Volunteer Field Editor
Made this last week. Think it might have tasted better if I had added vanilla instead of Worcestershire sauce. I no longer keep them in the same cabinet ??
To the reviewers that had issues with the topping sticking in the pans. I ALWAYS use parchment paper when I bake any layer cakes. Especially these types. End of problem.
This recipe has a lot of ingredients but was actually quick to whip up, you will not be disappointed. This recipe caught my eye because of the presentation and the great reviews, so glad I made it, praline gives just enough sweetness and the whipped topping was light and tasty. I made it for my coworker birthday and she loved it as the rest of the team did too. I will be making it again for Christmas.
Best pumpkin cake I've ever made or had. If some of your praline layer sticks to the pans, put the pans back in the still warm oven one at a time for a couple minutes and it will soften up again and you can easily scrape it back onto the cake.
Love, love this torte. But every time I make it he praline topping sticks to the pan. Does anyone have a suggestion? Would it work to put a parchment circle in the pan first?
Always get asked for the recipie its a tried and true winner.