I shared this epic cake last fall and I still think it might be the BEST dessert you could eve make this season. With all of the epic cake recipes I have on the site (hiii peanut butter banana cake) you know ya girl had to throw down.
This incredible healthy pumpkin cake is perfectly moist thanks to my fav siggi’s pumpkin & spice yogurt, filled with cozy pumpkin pie spices and just so happens to be gluten free and naturally sweetened.
Mind-blowing? I mean, just LOOK AT IT. Fluffy and delicious with a thick cinnamon cream cheese frosting. I tested this one for you quite a few times, so trust me when I say this one is pumpkin perfection. You know the drill: bake this beauty up, snap a photo and let me see your cake creations on social.
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What makes this pumpkin cake “healthier?”
I lightened up this pumpkin cake with a few ingredients you can feel good about. Don’t worry, it tastes just as indulgent as it looks!
- Gluten free. We’re using a mix of almond flour and oat flour to keep the pumpkin cake more nutritious and also gluten free (GF friends rejoice!). Please know I haven’t tested it with other flours.
- Naturally sweetened. This cake is naturally sweetened with unrefined sweeteners like coconut sugar and pure maple syrup to give it a wonderful flavor.
- Filled with vitamins. We’re using pure pumpkin right in the batter of this cake, which gives it a boost of vitamin A and C, fiber plus antioxidants.
Everything you’ll need to make this healthy pumpkin cake
Whenever I say “the best” I really mean it! Not only is this gluten free pumpkin cake loaded with pumpkin pie spices and flavor, but it’s also made with ingredients you can feel good about. Win-win-win. Here’s what you’ll need to make it:
- Pumpkin puree: be sure to use 100% pumpkin puree and not pumpkin pie filling. It gives the cake plenty of moisture and wonderful pumpkin flavor, plus it’s easy to make yourself with our helpful tutorial here!
- Eggs: you’ll need 2 eggs in this cake recipe.
- Sweetener: as I mentioned, we’re naturally sweetening the pumpkin cake with coconut sugar and some pure maple syrup. Don’t forget the vanilla extract, too.
- Yogurt: the key ingredient to super moist pumpkin cake is yogurt! I love it with siggi’s Pumpkin & Spice flavor. It’s SO delicious and adds a wonderful boost of protein. Their vanilla flavor would also be perfect!
- Coconut oil: for a little extra moisture you’ll also need some melted coconut oil.
- Flour: we’re keeping this healthy pumpkin cake gluten free with almond flour and oat flour. Best combo.
- Spices: get that true, cozy fall flavor with pumpkin pie spice! See below for tips on making your own.
- Baking staples: you’ll also need baking soda & salt.
- For the frosting: fall in love with this luscious cinnamon cream cheese frosting made with cream cheese, butter, powdered sugar, vanilla, cinnamon and a little milk to thin it out.
Make your own pumpkin pie spice
Don’t have any store-bought pumpkin pie spice? It’s so easy and fun to make on your own! Simply add the following to the dry ingredients:
- 1 ½ teaspoons cinnamon
- ½ teaspoon nutmeg
- ½ teaspoon ground ginger
- ½ teaspoon allspice or ground cloves
Customize your pumpkin cake
As always, I recommend baking up the recipe as-written, but here are a few simple ingredient swaps that will still make this healthy pumpkin cake delicious:
- Swap your sweetener. Feel free to use brown sugar for the coconut sugar and honey for the maple syrup.
- Skip the coconut oil. You can also use melted butter or vegan butter instead of coconut oil in the cake.
- Keep it dairy free. I’ve actually tested this pumpkin cake using the siggi’s plant based cups and it worked amazingly well (vanilla and cinnamon was perfect). Then be sure to use dairy free cream cheese and vegan butter in the recipe.
- Try it vegan. I think that 2 flax eggs should work well in this cake but please note that I haven’t tested it. Let me know in the comments if you do, and then follow the instructions for keeping it dairy free, too!
A note on flours
I would not recommend substituting the almond flour or oat flour in this gluten free pumpkin cake as the texture will change. Good news: you can make your own oat flour right at home! Check out our full tutorial and measure out 1 cup.
The best healthy pumpkin cake made in one bowl
- Prep your pan. Line an 8×8 inch pan with parchment paper and spray it with nonstop cooking spray.
- Mix the wet ingredients. In a large bowl mix all of the wet ingredients together (except the melted coconut oil) until smooth. Mix in the melted and cooled coconut oil last.
- Add the dry. Mix in all of the dry ingredients with a wooden spoon until the batter is smooth and combined.
- Bake it up. Pour the pumpkin cake batter into your prepared pan and bake it up!
- Cool, frost & devour. After the cake has cooled, beat together all of the ingredients for the cinnamon cream cheese frosting. Frost the cooled cake, sprinkle a little cinnamon on top, slice and enjoy!
Essential cake-baking tips
This gluten free pumpkin cake is easy to make right in one bowl, but I also have a few essential tips & tricks to ensure that it comes out perfectly every time:
- Use room temp ingredients. Be sure that your eggs are room temperature and your coconut oil is cooled before you mix the wet ingredients together otherwise the cold eggs will coagulate with the hot coconut oil. Simply run your eggs under warm water for a few minutes to bring them to room temp. This goes for the cream cheese and butter in the frosting, too, so that you can easily beat it together! Do not microwave the butter or cream cheese or it will ruin the frosting. Simply set out the ingredients before you begin baking your cake and by the time it’s done baking and cooling they’ll be ready to go!
- Pack your almond flour. That’s right, you’ll want to pack the almond flour just like you would with brown sugar, No need to pack the oat flour.
- Cool the cake. Before adding that fluffy cream cheese frosting, be sure that your cake is completely cooled otherwise the frosting will melt on top.
How to store & freeze this pumpkin cake
- To store: feel free to keep the healthy pumpkin cake at room temp for one day. After that, I recommend storing the cake covered in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
- To freeze: feel free to freeze this cake either frosted or unfrosted for up to 2 months. I recommend freezing it unfrosted for best results. Wrap the cake in plastic wrap, then aluminum foil and then place the pumpkin cake in a zip-top freezer bag. When you’re ready to serve it, simply thaw it in the refrigerator overnight, let the cake come to room temperature, frost it and serve it.
Tools you’ll need
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More fall treats you’ll love
- Brown Butter Apple Coffee Cake
- Salted Maple Bourbon Sweet Potato Pie
- Brown Butter Pumpkin Snickerdoodles
- Best Healthy Apple Crisp Ever!
- Grain Free Cinnamon Roll Cookies
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I hope you love this healthy pumpkin cake! If you make it be sure to leave a comment and a rating so I know how you liked it. Enjoy, xo!
Blow Ya Mind Pumpkin Cake with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting (gluten free!)
The best healthy pumpkin cake with luscious cinnamon cream cheese frosting that’s seriously blow ya mind delicious. This one bowl, gluten free pumpkin cake is naturally sweetened, perfeclty moist thanks to yogurt, and filled with cozy pumpkin spices. An amazing fall dessert that’s great for holidays!
- Wet ingredients:
- 1 cup pumpkin puree (not pumpkin pie filling)
- 2 eggs, at room temperature
- 1/2 cup coconut sugar (or sub brown sugar)
- ¼ cup pure maple syrup (or sub honey)
- 1 (5.3 oz) container yogurt (I like siggi's 2% pumpkin & spice or 0% vanilla)
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/4 cup virgin coconut oil, melted and cooled (or sub melted butter/vegan butter)
- Dry ingredients:
- 1 ½ cups packed fine blanched almond flour
- 1 cup oat flour, gluten free if desired
- 1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- For the cinnamon cream cheese frosting:
- 4 ounces cream cheese (or dairy free cream cheese), at room temperature
- ¼ cup butter, at room temperature
- 3/4 cup powdered sugar (add an extra ¼ cup if you like a sweeter frosting)
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
- 2-3 teaspoons milk of choice, to make creamy and spreadable
- To garnish:
- Extra cinnamon
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line a 8x8 inch pan with parchment paper and spray with nonstick cooking spray.
Add pumpkin puree, eggs, coconut sugar, pure maple syrup, siggi’s yogurt, vanilla extract to a large bowl and whisk together until well combined. Finally stir in melted and cooled coconut oil until well combined.
Next, add dry ingredients: almond flour, oat flour, pumpkin pie spice, baking soda and salt. Mix together with a wooden spoon until well combined.
Pour batter into the prepared pan. Bake for 30-40 minutes or until a tester comes out clean. Allow the cake to cool completely before frosting.
To make cinnamon cream cheese frosting: Beat cream cheese, butter, powdered sugar, vanilla, cinnamon and milk together on medium speed for a minute or until smooth. Spread over cooled cake. Sprinkle a little dusting of cinnamon on top to make it extra pretty. Cut the cake into 12 slices and enjoy! Cake should be stored covered in the fridge after a day or so.
To make dairy free: use plant based yogurt such as siggi’s vanilla and cinnamon plant based cups. I’ve tested it with this and it is delicious! You can also use dairy free cream cheese and vegan butter. Or feel free to make my simple vanilla buttercream from my almond flour sugar cookie recipe using vegan butter sticks, but I do suggest doubling the frosting.
To make cake vegan: I think this cake would work well with 2 flax eggs but please know I have not tested this version.
If you don’t have pumpkin pie spice: you can sub 1 ½ teaspoons cinnamon, ½ teaspoon nutmeg, ½ teaspoon ground ginger and ½ teaspoon allspice.
Wanna get crazy? Add a ½ cup of chocolate chips to the batter before baking. YUM.
Recipe by: Monique Volz // Ambitious Kitchen | Photography by The Mindful Hapa
WOW I CANNOT wait to make this – it looks absolutely stunning and delicious!!!
Thank you so much! I can’t wait for you to try it 🙂
You’ve posted some amazing gluten free, dairy free, and refined sugar free recipes lately! I would, however, love to see a simple and delicious dairy free and refined sugar free frosting recipe as well. It seems a shame to omit dairy and refined sugar until you get to the topping. Thanks for all you do; I love your recipes!
Hi, Jerusha! I’d recommend using a DF cream cheese + my paleo powdered sugar (made with coconut sugar!) in the frosting here 🙂
Is there any way to replace the coconut sugar by using all maple syrup? Looks delicious!!
Hmm I haven’t tried it, and it might make the cake more moist! You could try it and add a little extra oat flour if the batter seems wetter than in the photo above^
Literally blew my mind!! So soft and fluffy and moist from the yogurt. It’s cake for breakfast!
Right?! So moist! 😊
Looks and sounds delicious! Question: if I’m not going gluten-free and do not have the almond and oat flours on hand, can I use regular unbleached all-purpose flour instead? Do I use the same amount as the almond and oat flours combined? Thanks!
Hi, Marcie! I actually haven’t tried this one with AP flour so I can’t be sure. Let me know if you try it!
So moist and delicious! Followed the recipe exactly but used plain, unsweetened yogurt as I didn’t have the Siggi’s Pumpkin Spice on hand. Batter came together easily. I baked mine for 30 minutes and it came out perfect. I skipped the frosting and just sifted some powdered sugar on the piece I ate. But, honestly, it’s great without any topping. (I ate another piece as I was wrapping it up!)
Nice! So happy it turned out well 🙂 And agreed that it’s great on its own!
This cake was so delicious, and that cinnamon cream cheese frosting is bomb! Every bite needs to have it on there lol. The only thing I swapped was I used regular vanilla Greek yogurt since I didn’t have pumpkin yogurt. Still turned out great, I’m sure with the pumpkin yogurt it adds even more delicious flavor. Thanks for the awesome recipes as usual!
Totally fine to use vanilla yogurt! Happy you loved it, Brooklyn, and thanks for leaving a review!
UHHH-MAZING. I mean all the recipes on this site are, but if you are looking for an easy, loved by everyone, impress the family/friends dessert? this is it! Not only is it healthier, but it has all the pumpkin happy goodness that satisfies the fall feeling. I had this for dessert, but then because it was not too sweet, it went perfect paired with my morning coffee. Cake for breakfast on a crisp fall day? sign me up! So, please, make this because it is so fantastic that you don’t need any other pumpkin cake recipe. Tender crumb, spiced of pumpkin and cinnamon, and topped with a deliciously sweet cream cheese topping. what more could you want?
Omg best review EVER! Thank you, Bridgette! So glad that you loved it.
So good!! I used sour cream instead of yogurt and plant-based coconut cream cheese instead of normal (because they were both on sale!) and it was DELICIOUS. I would highly recommend this recipe!
Couldn’t wait to make this! It is delish! Nice and moist and flavorful. I just need to figure out where I went wrong with the frosting. Mine was a bit thin. Now, full disclosure I did use my own homemade pumpkin puree, dairy free cream cheese and monkfruit powdered sugar, but i still used butter. Not sure if any of these swaps made the difference in the texture of frosting, just wanted to share in case anyone else tried to make some swaps. It is still so good though. Thanks again Monique 🙂
Hmm my guess is that the DF cream cheese or monkfruit powdered sugar changed the texture of the frosting. Happy you enjoyed the cake, though!
A moist but crumbly, not-too-sweet, delicious pumpkin cake! The combo of almond and oat flours makes this cake have a great texture (which is difficult with paleo cakes). The flavor is natural and delicious, you can really taste the pumpkin and the spices, and the cream cheese frosting isn’t overly sweet, pairing nicely with the cake itself. Absolutely perfect for this time of year! As I’ve discovered, not all paleo pumpkin cakes are created equally, and this one is a winner 🧡 thank you Monique!
This turned out great! I used butter and brown sugar and it was perfect. My non-gf friends liked it, which I consider a success. Thank you!
This turned out so well! I couldn’t find the Siggy’s but Oikos had a pumpkin spice yogurt that I was able to get at Walmart. My whole family loved this. Everything I’ve made from your site has been fantastic and I’m looking forward to finding some healthy low/no-sugar cake, pie, and cookie recipes for Christmas! Thanks for this delicious recipe!
Hi! This looks so delicious! Can you use a full fat yogurt like vanilla Greek yogurt instead? We don’t have Siggi’s yogurt where I live!
Yes that’s a perfect sub! Hope you enjoy it 🙂
My husband has celiac’s disease and also cannot eat gluten free oats. Is there a good substitution for oat flour?
I used rice flour (1:1) and it turned out really well!
Sorry to hear that! I haven’t made this with any other flour so I can’t be sure, but possibly a GF 1:1 all purpose flour!
Could you make this into a 2 or 3 layered cake? If so what would you change for baking time and temp?
Those both depend on the size of your pans. Should be fine to keep the oven at 350ºF, and then bake the cakes until a tester comes out clean.
Made this whole recipe gluten free and vegan and it still turned out so delicious!! I replaced the eggs with flax eggs and rice flour for oat flour (didn’t have any), and used vegan cream cheese and butter. Was a huge hit with the family, thank you AK!
Hi Monique! What would you change to make cupcakes instead? Same oven temp and baking time? Thanks!!
I haven’t tried it with this recipe! I’d do the same temp and start checking them around 20 minutes, baking them until a tester comes out clean.
My family declared this cake better than pumpkin pie; and we like pumpkin pie! Super moist and delicious and it felt guilt free since it is actually really healthy.
Delicious! My husband doesn’t even like pumpkin treats but ate half the pan 😂 subbed oat flour for all purpose and coconut oil for olive oil bc I didn’t have those on hand and turned out amazing!
Your healthy pumpkin cake recipe says a can of pumpkin but what size of a can of pumpkin?
Is it 1 cup or 1 can? The recipe currently says 1 cup. Thanks!
You’ll need 1 cup! Sorry for the confusion, the size of can doesn’t matter!
Made this for a friend for her birthday yesterday and she said it was f***ing delicious!
The more I tell people about you and your recipes, the more I find out that everyone already knows and loves you!
Can I use a bundt pan instead of an 8×8 pan? Additionally, I only have gluten-free flour (don’t have almond or oat). Will this be OK to swap?
I haven’t tried any of that so I can’t be sure, sorry! Let me know if you try it 🙂
Hi. This was delicious. I used plain Greek yogurt since that’s what I had on hand and added a little extra cinnamon. I will definitely make this again but I’m wondering if I could just use AP flour and what the measurement would be for that swap? Thank you!
So happy you loved it, Jess! I haven’t tried swapping the flours and think the almond/oat flour combo makes the best texture, but let me know if you try it!
This is the best pumpkin cake I’ve ever had! You would NEVER know it’s made for better for you ingredients either!! I’m making it for the second time right now. Amazing.
So so good!! Little kids all the way to gluten free grandma loved it. Awesome recipe that I’ll definitely make again!
It’s UNREAL how incredible this cake is. It tastes just like the sugary and gluten filled pumpkin cake that my mom made growing up. The texture is amazing and the taste is out of this world. All I had on hand was unsweetened greek yogurt which worked perfectly. I doubled the frosting and highly recommend if you want something a little more decadent.
Absolutely amazing! One of the best pumpkin cakes I’ve had!
I turned this recipe in to 2×6′ rounds for a stacked birthday cake and it was delicious! Trader joe’s has a cashew pumpkin spice yogurt this season so I subbed that.
I also made a vegan cashew cream cheese frosting instead and wow, new favorite holiday dessert! Thanks 🙂
That should say 2×6″ (inch)
Amazing! So happy it came out well and that you loved it!
This cake is simply divine. Everyone I’ve shared it with has been so pleased as well. This cake will not disappoint especially since it’s grain free. Thank you for sharing your delicious recipes.
the best pumpkin cake i’ve ever had! was a huge hit at this years halloween party!
Yay!! So happy everyone enjoyed it!
Glad you loved it, Peyton!
This is amazing! I used almond milk instead of yogurt and flax eggs instead of regular, and HOLY YUM! DELISH!
Monique never disappoints and this cake is no exception. Super delicious: moist, just the right amount of spice, not too sweet, and the frosting is fresh and decadent but not overwhelming. I was craving a pumpkin dessert and this one is hands down the most delicious one I’ve ever had. I had it after dinner last night and with coffee this morning–yum!
Thank you, Charlene! I’m so happy you enjoyed it so much. And YES to eating it with coffee for breakfast 🙌
Super easy to throw together. The cake is moist and has a nice pumpkin flavor. This cake recipe will be on repeat!
Wow! This dessert is amazing! I often have difficulty getting pumpkin recipes to taste pumpkiny enough for me (other than pumpkin pie), but this recipe was spot on with the flavors! And the cinnamon cream cheese frosting is to die for. I wanted to lick the bowl clean…and maybe I did…LOL thank you for the recipe!
Quick question-A store I go to sells flour in bulk but only all natural almond flour, not blanched. Do I need to make any adjustments to recipes while using all natural or is it a simple swap?
Haha I licked the bowl clean, too!! So glad you loved the flavors 🙂 And hmmm I’d have to see the almond flour you’re talking about. It needs to be a fine almond flour, not meal (because meal is much coarser and heavier).
Can I prepare this and then freeze it?
Yep, check out the “how to store & freeze” section above 🙂
This was SOO good!! The cake is nice and moist and the cinnamon cream cheese icing is perfect. It’s not too rich and the right about of sweet. I may have eaten 3 pieces after icing the cake… 😬 Totally worth it!
Wooohoooo! Happy you loved it, Lisa!
This cake is AWESOME! My husband recently found out he has Celiac disease so I was so happy to find this recipe- this cake made his day! I baked it to kick off Thanksgiving week and to have on hand when the kids got back from college. Everyone loved it! No one would have guessed it’s gluten-free. My only substitution was honey yogurt because I couldn’t find the pumpkin spice version. Thank you!
Best pumpkin cake!!!
Yaaaay, happy you loved it!
Hi!!! Do you think only using cinnamon would work well as I don’t have the other spices? Should I increase the amount of cinnamon? Thx!! Love allll your recipes— seriously the bomb!!!! ;D
Totally! I think you can just use 2 teaspoons of cinnamon 🙂
I made this tonight and it came out so delish! Not too sweet, but full of flavor and so soft. Perfect weeknight dessert ☺️
Amazing! I’m so glad you loved it 🙂
Wonderful cake, the best cake I have eaten in a while.Thank you!
Oh I’m so glad!! Thanks for the nice review, Katja 🙂
This recipe is easy and absolutely delicious. I have made it several times following the recipe as is and it comes out perfect every time. I am a fan of all of AK’s snack cakes. They have a soft, fluffy texture while other’s made with oat flour can tend to be gummy. You won’t regret making it!
Thank you so much, Alisha!! SO happy it’s come out perfect every time 😍 Appreciate your comment!
Looks yummy! Can it be made with regular all-purpose flour for a nut allergy?
Hi! I haven’t actually tested regular flour in this recipe and I’m not sure how the texture would be. Sorry! I do have a pumpkin bread recipe you might like, though 🙂
I used quinoa flour mixed with all purpose (1 cup + half a cup) instead of the almond flour (because I didn’t have any) with 1 cup of oat flour and the texture was amazing! we looooooved it and will definitely make it again!
I’m so glad that worked well and that you loved it! Thanks for the comment 🙂
I would love to use this recipe however you never list the amount of any of the ingredients except for the eggs. Also I didn’t see an oven temperature that works for this recipe. Please respond with this information so that we can enjoy this cake along with you.
Thanks for sharing.
Hi, Paulette! You need to keep scrolling to get to the full recipe with the ingredients list. Or just click the “jump to recipe” button at the top of the post 🙂
One of the best pumpkin desserts I’ve ever had. Will be making this recipe on repeat. Love all AK recipes but this one is a MUST try in the fall. Yum!!!
I’m SO happy you love this one, Sarah! Thank you!!
I know you don’t recommend swapping out the almond flour, but we have a tree nut allergy in the house. Any allergy safe recommendations for the swap? Or the conversion to white whole wheat flour with the full acknowledgement that the texture will change? Thanks!
Sorry, I haven’t tested anything else so I can’t be sure! The closest nut-free recipe I have to this one is my pumpkin bread which should be fine to bake in a shallower pan, and it would be great with this frosting 🙂
Hi there, I’m looking forward to making this. Just wondering, what would you recommend as a GF alternative to oat flour? Thank you!
Hi! Sorry, I wouldn’t recommend subbing the oat flour. You can, however, make your own oat flour by blending rolled oats (you can get certified GF rolled oats in the U.S.!)
Hi, this recipe looks delicious. Could I replace siggi’s yogurt with some greek yogurt? I’m assuming that the yogurt is for texture.
Hi! Yes regular greek yogurt will work well in here 🙂
I made this today and my 83 year old dad said it was the best thing I’ve ever made- and we make Sunday dinner and dessert every week! So good!!!
I just made this for the second time for a different get together. I love how easy and quick it is to throw together. I didn’t have the siggi’s yogurt mentioned but I measured the same ounces of plain greek yogurt and it turned out well. I just sprinkled some extra pumpkin pie spice on it.
Can you post the ingredient amounts in grams for those of us who prefer the accuracy of using a scale? How many grams is a packed 1 1/2 cups of almond flour? All recipes should have the amt in grams. Better consistency.
So sorry, I don’t weigh my ingredients so I can’t give accurate gram measurements. I hope to be able to include this on my blog in the future 🙂
OMG just made this cake for the second time & it’s so delicious! Doubled the recipe & made 1/2 into muffins (16 medium size). Sprinkled pumpkin seeds on the top of cake & muffins (serving icing on the side). Thank you Ambitious Kitchen for another excellent recipe!
I made a few modifications solely based on what I had at home and it turned out delicious.
Changes made: melted butter instead of oil, light brown sugar instead of coconut, honey rather than maple syrup, instant oats rather than oat flour (ill admin this was just being lazy), more cinnamon and omitted the frosting. I also added chocolate chips since I left out the frosting
The cake was light and fluffy. Will make it again, and hopefully with the icing.
Glad to hear those subs all worked well!! Thanks for sharing 🙂
Well I must say that this cake literally “blew my mind!” The cake was moist, tender and flavorful- the amount of pumpkin spice was perfect! Plus the cinnamon cream cheese frosting was right on point! I will definitely make this cake again! It’s perfection!
How many cups is 5.3 oz of yogurt?
It is .66 cups which is why I recommend the 5.3 oz container.
I’d love to make this cake, but I can’t find this flavor of Siggi’s yogurt. I know this is a paid post, but do you have suggestions of how to modify this recipe since I can’t find that yogurt? Thanks!
Do I pack the brown sugar if I use it instead of coconut sugar?
I just made this cake last night. I can’t wait to try it later today! I loved that it was easy to make and cleanup was a breeze since it was pretty much all made in one bowl.
YAY! Can’t wait to hear how much you love this recipe, Toni. It is SO good! ❤️
Just make this cake!! It is so good, I’ll be making it for all my fall gatherings and friendsgiving
YAY! SO happy to hear you are loving this recipe ❤️
I think it is an amazing recipe to share with my kids! They usually don’t like pumpkin,, but they will sure love it this time…
Thanks so much! Hope you all enjoy! 😊
What would you recommend using in place of the eggs to make this vegan?
I think that 2 flax eggs should work well in this cake but please note that I haven’t tested it.
I LOVE this post. Very interesting info! Perfect just what I was looking. Nice PICS. I’m so glad you enjoyed this recipe. Thank You !!!
Thank you so much!
This cake is truly amazing! It has the perfect amount of spice and is so moist and delicious. I found that the cake took much longer than 40 mins to bake in the center- I lost track of the total time but it was over an hour. And for frosting I made the frosting from Monique’s gingerbread cake recipe, but made it dairy free by swapping out the cream cheese for two spoonfuls of dairy free yogurt (only because I made it recently and it turned out so perfectly). Thank you for a wonderful recipe! Will definitely be making again!
Absolutely! SO glad you found this one and are loving it ❤️🙂
This looks delicious and I will likely give it a go when I get some yogurt. I have enjoyed other recipes from your site, but I would really like to see measurements for all flours and sugars (other than white granulated sugar) in grams or ounces. When I see ‘packed almond flour’ it makes me reluctant to try a recipe. I realize not everyone has or wants to use a scale, but there are many of us who would like to have the option. Thanks for a your site which has many delicious items!
I’ve tried this recipe before and I loved it .Could I use dare syrup in place of the maple?