Hi there. I experimented w/ the family this weekend & baked a pumpkin pie inside of a pumpkin spice cake (yum) & everyone's asking what I'm calling it...? Would like any ideas, not specifically for these flavors but an overall ANY pie inside ANY cake flavors...What would you guys call it? Thanks
My 13yo son just calls then cakepies
on the tv show drop dead diva the chick makes a cake baked in a pie crust and calles it Pake, probablly don't wanna use that one though might have some kind of infrigment, I will have to ponder this one, get back with you if i come up with anything good
Awesome!!! That sounds like a fun idea
Along the same lines as "Upside down cake" or "Chocolate covered raisins" ... what if they were called .... "Cake covered pies"
Pike (Pie + Cake), PIC (Pie in Cake), Cakesturd (Cake w/custard) I don't know about this one cause it looks like cakes turd , Cuscake (custard + cake), Pie-in-a-blanket, Wrapped Cream, Creamed Cake, Stuffed Fluff.
Cakesturd... I'm immature enough to giggle at this one.
Cakesturd...lol. I was thinking Pike too but wanted something catchy. Thanks for you guys input
APiecaken, you know like how a chicken baked inside of a duck baked inside of a turkey is a Turducken. Perfect! :)
APike is a kind if fish, isn't it? Personally I wouldn't want people associating my baked goods with fish. I would call it a pumpkin pake.
My husband says it's sounds like "Pumpcaken."