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Pumpkin Cakes With Amaretto Cream

When pumpkin cakes arrive with all their spiciness and splendor you have to work overtime to come up with the perfect compliment to be their host. In this gourmet treat we pair spicy pumpkin cakes with Amaretto cream. The pumpkin cakes are rich and dark with just enough cinnamon, nutmeg and clove to make your taste buds stand up and notice! These fluffy cakes are light and airy while also being so fully flavored that you wonder how so much can be going on all at once! Pumpkin cakes make us think of the crunch of leaves under our feet and crisp wind in our hair as fall comes to a close. We love to sit by the fire with one of these pies, just whiling away the moments as we enjoy the depth of all of this flavor. We hear the wind outside but we are so cozy by the fire it only adds to our enchantment.

We fill these lovely cakes with a cream that is Amaretto and just a hint of nutmeg to make it perfect. The combination of all this pumpkin and spice and Amaretto is sublime. It will surely make you want the whole year to be fall so you can sit by the fire and enjoy all of this flavor. Happily, here at Cape Whoopie, we understand your palate so we offer this flavor all year long. So, put on your wooly socks, don your turtleneck sweater, its fall in these parts and we’re baking up pumpkin cakes with Amaretto cream, just for you!

Here are the ingredients:

Pumpkin Cake Ingredients: brown sugar, cage free eggs, butter (cream and salt), flour (unbleached hard wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), cream cheese (cream cheese culture, whey protein concentrate, salt, guar gum, carob bean gum), pumpkin, baking powder (sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, corn starch and monocalcium phosphate), cinnamon, ginger, nutmet and cloves, salt. Amaretto Filling Ingredients:  sugar, water, butter (cream, salt), Amaretto, cage free egg whites, modified corn starch, tapioca flour, nutmeg.

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