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Pumpkin Cream Cake

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Kürbiscreme Torte Titel

Halloween Special with spider web - perfect for the haunting to start!

Kürbis Creme Torte
Kürbis Creme Torte


Prep Time
60 Minutes

Total time
At least 8 hours

Dressing up has always been one of my hobbies. Especially for Halloween there are such great costumes and you can really go above and beyond with your makeup! But until then there's still some time left, so for now I'll only style my cake! I'm really proud of today's recipe. The cake base is fluffy and tastes like orange. The cream is beautifully airy and sweet and you will want to eat it directly from the cake. Decorating my pumpkin cream cake with chocolate was really fun. Maybe I'll decorate with skulls next time? As always, there are no limits to your creativity. Which design will you choose to make your friends shudder ;)? Are you craving a savoury Halloween recipe? Then take a look at my yummy tarte flambée here...

By the way, the recipe is for a small cake mold (about 20cm) and this pumpkin cream cake will keep in the refrigerator for a few days. I hope you like this recipe and look forward to the next weeks with Halloween specials! Let's get spooky!

Ingredients cake base:

2 Eggs
35g Butter
50g Powdered sugar
60g Flour
1tsp Baking powder
Orange zest
Pinch of salt

Ingredients cream:

230g Pumpkin
80g Powdered sugar
3,5 Sheets gelatine
250ml Cream
1 Orange
1tsp Cinnamon

Ingredients Decorations:

About 30g Dark chocolate
Some cream

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230g Pumpkin

To make this pumpkin cream cake, first peel the pumpkin, cut it into small pieces and boil in water for about 10-15 minutes.


2 Eggs · 50g Powdered sugar · Orange zest · 35g Butter· 60g Flour · 1tsp Baking powder · Salt

For the base, grease the mold with butter and dust with flour. Beat eggs, powdered sugar and some orange zest for at least 5 minutes until fluffy. Gradually add the softened butter, stirring continuously. When no more pieces are visible, gently add in flour, baking powder and a pinch of salt through a sieve. Pour the mixture into the cake mold and bake for about 10 minutes at 160°C. Then take it out and let it cool down completely.


1tsp Cinnamon

Strain the cooked pumpkin, let it cool and blend it with some cinnamon.


250ml Cream

Whip the cream and chill in the refrigerator.

Gelatine in Saft

3,5 Sheets gelatine · 80g Powdered sugar · 1 Orange

For the cake cream, soak gelatine in cold water. Mix the pumpkin puree with powdered sugar and orange zest. Squeeze the orange and warm up the juice. Squeeze out any water and add the gelatine. Stir until completely dissolved. Then mix with the pumpkin puree and let it cool down.


Carefully mix together with the whipped cream and fill the cake mold. Chill for about 7 hours.

Schokolade geschmolzen

30g Dark chocolate · Cream

Melt the chocolate over a water bath and mix with a dash of cream. Allow to cool slightly.

Schokolade in Spritzbeutel

Pour into a piping bag or a small plastic bag and cut a small hole in it. Carefully remove the pumpkin cream cake from the mould.

Design Torte

From the center, "draw" thin lines to the edge of the cake.

Design Torte

Then connect them with rounded lines to create the spider's web. Small mistakes can easily be corrected by letting the chocolate set and carefully removing it with a knife.

Design Torte

Draw short lines with spiders on the side of the cake. Keep the finished pumpkin cream cake in the refrigerator until serving.

Kürbis Creme Torte
Kürbis Creme Torte
Kürbis Creme Torte

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This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Emma

    Ich bin ja ein Fan von Kürbis und freue mich immer über originelle Rezepte. Das werde ich mir mal merken 🙂

    1. Luisa Zungenspitzengefühl

      Ich liebe Kürbis auch und kann das nur empfehlen! Echt mal was anderes 🙂 LG Luisa

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