2-Ingredient Pumpkin Cake

2-Ingredient Pumpkin Cake

Updated 3/26/21

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2-Ingredient Pumpkin Cake
2-Ingredient Pumpkin Cake

When it comes to easy cake recipes, it doesn't get much simpler than this 2-Ingredient Pumpkin Cake! All you need is a box of cake mix and a can of pumpkin. Not only is it one of the easiest pumpkin cake recipes around, it's also cheap to make. With an apple cider glaze on top, this cake is irresistibly moist and full of fall flavor. Try this cake next time you're looking for a yummy new fall dessert - it's a true family-pleasing treat.

Cooking Time28 min

Cooking MethodOven

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Perfect. I was hoping to find something new to prepare this year for my Thanksgiving meal and this is going to be it. I was undecided yesterday while shopping and catching all the sales so I settled on nothing, but as soon as I saw this recipe, I knew it was the one my family will be having.

cakes are pretty simple but where in sam's hell do u get pineapple

Most grocery stores sell pineapple in the produce department?

Oh Goddddddd this looks SO good. I want to try it right now! My favorite local smoothie tosses a can of pumpkin into it, and I love that, so I'm sure I'd love this too.

I wondered how a pumpkin cake could only have two ingredients. What a great idea to add a can of pumpkin to boxed cake mix. I love ideas like this. What I especially like about this cake though is the apple cider glaze. I do think it would be extra delicious with some chopped pecans on top.

Love pumpkin? Don't have a lot of time to bake? This is the dessert for you. The cake base is literally cake mix and canned pumpkin. It cannot get any easier than that! The author tops theirs with an apple cider glaze, which is yummy, but sometimes I like to make a cream cheese icing and put it on top. I promise you it is delicious! This is a nice fall entertaining recipe. I bet it would also be good if you added some chopped nuts (pecans or walnuts?) in the batter or sprinkled on top in the glaze or icing.

This sounds super yummy! ...and nobody has to know it's only two ingredients at the next family gathering. Ha!

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