They first gave us the Turducken. And now the American’s have come up with another stuffed creation, much to the delight of dessert lovers.
Known as the Piecaken, it consists of three different types of pie baked into a cake.
Pastry chefs at David Burke Fabrick in New York are the original masterminds behind the creation and developed the recipe as a Thanksgiving treat.
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Their piecaken consisted of a spiced pound-cake with layers of pecan pie and pumpkin pie, topped with upside-down apple pie, slathered in cinnamon buttercream and edged in oat streusel.
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Many home bakers have been inspired by the masterpiece and have since shared their take on the Piecaken on social media. Take a look at some of them below:
They call me #piecaken ? Cinnamon spiced cake stuffed with half pumpkin and half apple pie #friendsgiving #toomuchfood #lookscoolerthanittastes A photo posted by Erica Yu (@yuerica) on
Also we made a #piecaken – cherry pie in a chocolate cake. It was as good as they say. #omg #dangerous A photo posted by Sara Madera (@eventlucky) on