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I had this at a pot luck last night and this pan of bomb-diggity showed up and it was so good! The whole 13x9 pan was gone by the end of the night!

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YoumakeitWe'lleatit December 19, 2012

Delicious! Tried to make it a little low cholesterol substituting egg whites for the eggs. Used half sugar, half Splenda too. Actually liked it better than regular pumpkin pie!

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Donna from Las Vegas October 05, 2007

My family loved this dessert. I made the recipe exactly as it is written. The crust came out wonderfully crisp and the pumpkin filling was incredibly creamy and moist.

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Crisci December 30, 2005

I was looking for something with no or very little milk dues to sons' allergy. This has low amount of milk and the wonderful pumpkin pie taste! Will be making this again.

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Aunt Pam November 18, 2005

EXCELLENT! My hubby made this for a church picnic and it went over well, it was still warm when we took it. We did however have a problem. After we put the nuts on it and put it back into the oven after 24 minutes it scorched the nuts so we had to take all of the nuts off and put new ones on and to hide the blemishes we sprinkled powdered sugar on it. So my suggestion is to check it after 15 minutes after the nuts are on. It could've been my oven but that is what I am going to do now and I figured if you check it with a knife or toothpick after the first time you would know exactly what to bake it in your oven. Thank you for posting we will definately be making this one again, we are going to try and scale the calories and fat down in it next time.

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April1 August 29, 2005

mmmmmm.... I made this for my boyfriend who likes pumpkin. We both loved it, and so did everyone at the bbq I brought it to. This recipe makes a whole 13x9 inch dessert, so it's a LOT because you only need a little. I used golden brown cake mix instead of yellow because the store ran out, and I also used a whole bag of chopped pecans which added a lot of taste. It was great!

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chemekristen May 23, 2005

I found this recipe today and made it right away. The only thing I did different is I used a white cake mix instead of a yellow cake mix because thats what I had on hand. This is a excellent recipe. I give this recipe a high five. Thanks mary k

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texasmom61 May 17, 2005

This is amazing, everyone enjoyed it. We all loved the crunch. I had 2 cans of pumpkin so I was all set. Thanks for such a great treat. Its a keeper.

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Dancer^ May 05, 2005

This is amazing -- a family favorite in the fall. I do not usually use many mixes in my kitchen, but cake mixes are not easy to replace because of their speed and simplicity. They add a wonderful flavor to this. Try it!

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Daphne2002 July 18, 2003

This cake was so wonderfully delicious. It is kind of like a crumb cake on top of a pumpkin pie. We LOVED this! I made a mistake in the recipe and didn't read it like I should have and bought pumpkin pie filling instead of pumpkin but it was still so outstanding! This is a definite keeper. Before I close I also wanted to tell you that I honestly miss you on the boards. We never see you anymore. I wish so much that you would come back. Also, thank you so much for a great recipe, Mary :)

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Gingerbear March 04, 2003
Pumpkin Upside-Down Cake