Pumpkin Crunch Cake

 This Pumpkin Crunch Cake is amazing. Its easy to make.. it uses a cake mix…If you need a fall dessert to bring to along this is a crown pleaser!
Pumpkin Crunch Cake
 It does take an hour to bake…
And then you have to let it cool, or it falls apart easily.
 Warm or cooled…. its a great pumpkin dessert.
Pumpkin cake
I knew as soon as I saw this on FLOUR ME WITH LOVE that I had to make it. I literally made it that same afternoon and it was AMAZING! So easy, you have to try it!
You can find the recipe on her site at the link above…
 I made it even easier by using pumpkin pie mix… I was able to leave out the spices and white sugar by doing this.
 My first batch was SUPER dry because I forgot to put the butter over top! It was sitting in the micro, where I was melting it. Didn’t even remember until we were trying the cake hours later…and I was wondering where all the moisture was! haha! Don’t forget the butter.
This pumpkin crunch cake is a new easy favorite!
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Emily is a stay at home mom to two crazy boys {which she adores} , one equally crazy daughter and one amazing husband. She loves to sew, but also dabbles in crafting and recipes. Her faith, friends and family keep her going and motivated. Come along for the ride!


  1. Thanks for hosting! I posted a recipe for curried pumpkin soup and a profile and recipe idea for raspberry leaf

  2. Lovely party, thanks so much for hosting.

  3. Hi Emily! Today I’ve linked up two posts. One to a recipe for beans and rice and the second one is a 3-day emergency meal plan post. I hope you have a super day:)

  4. Anita Stafford says:

    Emily, I have shared Chicken and Dumpling Bake, Chocolate Cranberry Bars, and Sunflower Wheat Muffins. Thank you for hosting!

  5. I have shared Chicken and Dumpling Bake, Chocolate Cranberry Bars, and Sunflower Wheat Muffins in my blog and I hope, you visit their once.

  6. Hi,
    I shared videos for making GF DF Banana Waffles and my GF DF Banana Coconut Cream Dessert. I also shared an article about CoQ10 and the heart.

  7. Thanks for the feature girlfriend! Linked up some more treats for you!

  8. Thank you for hosting! This week I have shared the following seasonal farm-to-table recipes that promote the benefits of good health through nutrition from eating fresh unprocessed seasonal produce:

    fried egg salad

    potato and leek soup (vegan)

    wild rice salad

    Happy cooking!
    The Intentional Minimalist

  9. Morsels of Life says:

    Parmesan breadsticks look good!

  10. I just realized that I might not have ever thanked you for featuring me on this post. I seem to be so swamped. I already had your button on my sidebar but I moved it up. :) Love your blog.

  11. Thanks for hosting! Pumpkin Crunch Cake sounds mighty fine to me.

  12. Oh how sweet :) Thank you so much for featuring my Pumpkin Crunch Cake and for the kind comments. It has become a family favorite of ours too and I can’t wait to make it for my company at Thanksgiving! I’m so happy you enjoyed it…after the butter was on, lol :)

  13. So glad you found me! We’re just a bit north of you… I’ll let you guess since I can’t say 😉 So fun to find other people over here. Two of my friends here were in HK last week to go to a better hospital, and were blown away by how nice it was. We really want to come down there this year over the EA new year sometime. Thanks for finding me! I’m happy to link up!

  14. Thanks for the invitation, Emily. I’m linked up!! Have a great week!

  15. Thanks for inviting me; I linked up my shrimp veggie pasta!

  16. oh man! that cake looks really good. I have some pureed pumpkin left in the fridge… shame about the diet I am supposed to be starting tomorrow…

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