I am sure they will be a hit...the look absolutely delicious and turned out too cute:)
I'm sure they will love them. They look yummy! Have fun at your pumpkin carving party. I hope you take photos!
the pumpkin cakes look delicious. You really know how to celebrate Halloween over there - we are a bit lacklustre with it here, although we make up for it with bonfire night.
I'm sure they'll love them! Kids mostly eat the frosting anyway, and these look delicious.
Those look amazing - wow Darlene! Was there pumpkin in the cake too, like carrot cake?
They look AMAZING! Shame you can't send them in the post!Hope you had a lovely time at the party.
Book Psmith, They were a hit...report to follow!Danielle, Some of my lady friends were eating them BEFORE dinner!Bloomsbury Bell, Burning the Guy is one of my favourite annual episodes of Coronation Street as it's something we don't have over here. JoAnn, There were two that were brought back to Mum to deal with, icing and candy pumpkin top missing. Too funny because it was expected.verity, Yes, you can use tinned pumpkin (not pumpkin filling, there's a difference) or use the pumpkin pie pumpkins and really do the job from scratch. I used the former. Last week, a customer at the library told me that she will only make pumpkin pies using the pumpkin pie pumpkins as the taste is vastly superior. I'm curious now and would like to give it a try!
Rachel, They were delicious, perfect with a cup of tea. I can send you the recipe if you like, not sure if you have tinned pumpkin available though.
They look fabulous! And I see from the reply above they were indeed a big hit. Looking forward to the full report. K x