Because of the numerous spices and other ingredients that can be used, the flavor combinations of spice cake are almost endless. A few recipes for this tasty dessert that you'll love include Dried Plum Spice Cake, Pumpkin Spice Cake, Chocolate-Pear Spice Cake, and Applesauce Spice Cake.See Popular Spice Cake Recipes
Chilling the prepared cake makes it easier to slice and helps it stand up tall for serving.
Oats add a nutty flavor to this aromatic spice cake recipe. Pile on the topping loaded with nuts for a crunchy, unforgettable dessert.
Once scarce and expensive, nuts have long been associated with special occasions. When North American settlers discovered an abundance of black walnuts, the nuts were often substituted for the English variety. In this spice cake recipe, use either one, toasted for best flavor.
Despite having savory olive oil stand in for the butter, this cake is still plenty sweet.
Lemon glaze and crystallized ginger add flavor sparks to moist gingerbread.
Amaretto, an Italian almond liqueur, adds an unexpected flavor component to this cinnamon bundt cake.
Everyday spice cake goes uptown when it's topped with whipped cream and adorned with homemade praline candies.
Molasses, cinnamon, and ginger add rich flavor to these simple dessert bars. They're great for a potluck or work party.
This aromatic spice cake, filled with dried fruit and walnuts and showered with coconut frosting, is a popular recipe for birthdays and holidays.
This fruit-filled spice cake is topped with cream cheese frosting then decorated with chopped pecans.
This dessert recipe is for caramel lovers. It's in the filling, the frosting, and it's drizzled on top.
The frosting for this fruity spice cake is a mixture of sour cream and whipping cream sweetened with sugar and a hint of almond extract.
Purchased gingersnap cookies and a cake mix make this coffee cake come together quickly.
This delicious cake recipe is the perfect dessert for company. The white chocolate pudding gives the cake added moisture and flavor.
This cake smells enticingly spicy-sweet as it bakes. The aroma of cloves and nutmeg that fill the house is released with each bite in this Christmas cake.
This cake mix fix-up is best served warm from the oven while the brown sugar topping is still gooey. Cut the cake so each piece includes an apricot half.
This gingerbread bar recipe combines pears and nutmeg for truly tasty Christmas treat.