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I'm sorry, but have I missed something? I thought this was about cherplumpiwhatever?
post #17 of 26

A pre-baked shop bought pie encased in a box mixed cake, mmmmmmm deeeeelicious.

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post #18 of 26

So for Christmas this year I had set in my mind to make a Cherpumple. I made my own pies. Layers the cherry in chocolate cake, the apple in vanilla cake and the pumpkin in spice cake. Besides a few hiccupcs of too much batter in the first cake and a longer baking time, it turned out pretty good. It was huge and even with very thin slices no one was able to finish a slice but everyone loved it! If I were to ever make this again I would use tarts and make a smaller version.

 

 

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post #19 of 26
SwtCanuck, The Cherpumple you made looks pretty cool. I heard about those a few months ago, but was afraid to try it, thinking I might waste a lot of ingredients if no one would eat it. I like your idea of using tarts and making a smaller version. I think I might just try it sometime. It just seems fun!

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post #20 of 26
I've made an apple in a white cake. Kids thought it was good. I made my apple pie the day prior and let it sit in the fridge overnight. I put batter on the bottom of the pan and around the sides only, I found the batter does not bake on top, so I leave it off.
post #21 of 26

Not as disturbing as the "piñata cake" icon_confused.gif

post #22 of 26

Perfect dessert if the main course is a turducken.

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post #23 of 26
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Perfect dessert if the main course is a turducken.

I don't want to eat anything that starts with "turd".

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post #24 of 26
*snork*
post #25 of 26
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Originally Posted by Annabakescakes View Post I don't want to eat anything that starts with "turd".
Not a very appetizing name, I'll agree. And I don't find it especially appetizing even knowing that a Turducken is a boneless chicken stuffed inside a boneless duck, stuffed inside a turkey.

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post #26 of 26

Why not just use those pies flavors for a filling.  Like Cherry filling, pumpkin creamcheese filling, etc.  I don't think it would be appealing to guest as a cake otherwise.

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