The Ins and Outs of a Showstopping Pumpkin Roll

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PUMPKIN ROLL Trisha Yearwood Trisha’s Southern Kitchen/Trisha’s Tricks and Treats Food Network Eggs, Granulated Sugar, Canned Pumpkin, Lemon Juice, Allpurpose Flour, Ground Ginger, Salt, Baking Powder, Ground Cinnamon, Pecans, Confectioners’ Sugar, Cream Cheese, Butter, Vanilla Extract

Photo by: Matt Armendariz ©2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Matt Armendariz, 2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

While your friends and family are likely to appreciate any sweet treat you send their way, chances are you'll receive hearty oohs and aahs when you present Trisha Yearwood's impressive Pumpkin Roll (pictured above).

Once you've baked the cinnamon-scented cake, the trick to executing this recipe lies in rolling it. To make the process easier, Trisha recommends flipping the cake out of its pan while it's still warm and using a sugar-dusted towel to roll it up. She lets the cake cool in the refrigerator, which will help the dessert settle into its log shape, before unrolling it to fill it with fluffy cream-cheese frosting. Just reroll the cake before slicing and serving for an extra-special presentation.

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