This torte is so, so good. There are just a couple of things I would recommend. Don't let the cakes cool more than two minutes in the pan, or the praline pecans stick to the pan rather than the cake, and that is just sad. Tip #2 is to add a little cream cheese and powdered sugar to the cool whip that you spread between the cakes, that way when you cut into it, the filling is a little more dense and doesn't just squirt out the edge of the cake. Otherwise, this recipe is wonderful!
mandajo Posted: 10/22/10
jtblepps Posted: 11/25/08
Made this for Thanksgiving years ago it is so much better than pumpkin pie! Everyone loved it. Now that I found the recipe again I will make it this year. YUM
cjones60 Posted: 10/25/09
I have made this cake several times, it is one of my favorites. Quick, easy and delicious! I took the recipe home to make for my family and they loved it. I actually had to make 2 because my mom loved it so much she ate 3 pieces of the first one and took the rest home with her! The only "advice" I have is to make sure you cook the praline until the brown sugar is completely dissolved or it will be granular and not at all the caramel texture you want. I have added a bit more spice a couple times, but honestly prefer it as the recipe is written.
bascabaker Posted: 11/13/12
ok-this is now a family classic - but don't use cool whip: whip 2 cups heavy cream w 1/2 c p sugar and 2 t cinnamon. FROST SIDES TOO. DO DAY AHEAD....it keeps fine in the fridge