Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Harvest Bundt Cake Recipe!!

Hello everyone



I have been very busy here with our kids and their activities and getting ready for the big craft show this Saturday. We have not been in the field since one week ago when it started to rain. We only had about 100 acres of wheat left to combine but we just couldn't get it done before the rain. When it dries and the sun comes out we will be able to finish the wheat and move on to flax, corn and finally sunflowers.




Many people requested the Harvest Bundt Cake
recipe so I am here to please! :) This cake really does make your house smell wonderful!!!

1 1/2 c sugar
1/2 c brown sugar, packed
2 t cinnamon
2 t baking soda
1/2 t salt
1/4 t nutmeg
1/4 t ground ginger
1 c canola oil
1/2 t vanilla extract
4 eggs
2 c all-purpose flour
15 oz can pumpkin
1 apple. cored, peeled and chopped
1/2 cup chopped nuts--I used walnuts but pecans would be great too!
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Mix first 10 ingredients--add 1/2 cup of flour at a time. Blend pumpkin, fold in apples and nuts. Pour into a greased and floured Bundt pan. Bake at 350 for 70 minutes. Cool about 20 minutes in the pan; remove and complete cooling on a wire rack. Frost when cool.
Fall Harvest Bundt Cake FROSTING

2 t vanilla
1/2 c butter, softened
8 oz. package cream cheese, softened (I used 1/3 fat type
3 1/2 c powdered sugar
Blend vanilla, butter and cram cheese together; add enough powdered sugarn until desired spreading consistency is achieved! That's it!! Yummy!!!
Hope your fall days are warm and wonderful!! Drop me a note.....you know I love hearing from ya!!
Farmchick

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20 sweet chicks commented here:

shara said...

oh thank you for this wonderful recipe.. i've been waiting for you to post it... i guess me giving you a hard time about it worked :)! have a wonderful wednesday and just to let you know i just enjoyed one of your berry bread muffins this morning... yummy!

Farmchick said...

Shara~~~ it's because of you that I posted this recipe!! ;) Glad you are enjoying my berry bread muffin recipe--that makes me very happy!! Thanks for letting me know!!

West Side of Straight said...

I'm going to try this today! At least I have all the ingredients to do so; the quilting will probably not get worked on today! In the kitchen I'll be. Thanks,

The Wife said...

I will definately be baking this! It sounds and looks sooo yummy! Thanks!

Julie Harward said...

That is the most delicious cake I've ever seen! I love these beautiful cakes, every Christmas I make around 25 of them and give them to my neighbors. I'm going to make this one, I love anything pumpkin! Thanks
Come say hi anytime :D

Sharon said...

So sorry to hear about the rain that you are getting.
We have snow in our forecast for the weekend. This will not help the farmers with their crops.
I am glad that you posted the bundt cake recipe.
Best wishes on your craft sale.

Coloradolady said...

looks wonderful...perfect for fall! I am going to try this one!

Julie said...

You have the best recipes-I have tried most of them--thanks. Julie

Farmgirl Cyn said...

Yummo, as always. Too bad about the rain, tho we also have a bit of snow forecast for this weekend. Nothing that will stick as the ground is too warm yet, but just a teaser for what is coming our way.
You are one busy mama!

Nel said...

Thank you so much for posting the Harvest Cake Recipe. Cannot wait to try it! Good luck with the craft fair. Those are alot of fun but alot of work also!
Thanks again!

City girl turned Country Girl said...

Oh I can always count on you to put a rockin recipe up for us!! Absolutely cannot wait to try this one!!!

The Blushing Hostess said...

Looks fabulous. I made Martha's Pumpkin Cake with Brown Butter icing this week, it was also amazing! Will give this a try...

Twisted Fencepost said...

That looks delicious. But all your recipes do!
Wow, only 100 acres?! How many acres do you guys farm?

Carolyn (Harbor Hon) said...

Sorry to hear you've had so much rain, and thanks for visiting. I've put blogging on hold a little bit because things at work being so hectic that I started to stress out some. This looks like something I would really enjoy. Although without the icing ... diabetes you know. But that doesn't mean I can't make this and have it with a cup of tea. Oh my! My mouth is watering right now. Thanks for always sharing such perfectly delicious recipes. I'm still making the EZ Lasagna and, my friend, Andy upstairs is still loving it every time I share with him. He says 'thanks' too. xxoo

6p00d83454e99c69e2 said...

Hey Farm Doll cutie pie :) Thanks for the recipe....looks so delicious!! Can't wait to make this!!

Miss you and I'm so glad my boutique is over.....time to relax....at least for awhile :)

Talk to you soon....xo

Lisa said...

I want to fix this soooo bad, but I am sooooo afraid I will eat it ALL!!!

Cow Pies & Mud Pies said...

Looks DELISH! Can't wait to try..thanks for posting a recipe in the midst of a crazy time!!!

The Wife said...

Baked the cake yesterday. It is delicious! Thanks again for the recipe!

Sweet Blessings said...

Mmmmm...I can't wait to find time to try out that recipe! Thanks for your sweet note on my blog..and I'm so embarrassed to say this...but, cold to me was 36 degrees :( I'm just a cold girl...once I get a freeze going it takes me forever to warm up...good thing I don't live in your neck of the woods, right?!?! So, tell me more about this barn/craft sale...it sounds like a great event to me :D Hope you have a week filled with warm things...and many, many Sweet blessings!

John Deere Mom said...

Yay! I've been waiting for you to post this recipe! Can't wait to try it!