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Lemon Pound Cake Recipe

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  • Hands-On Time:1 Hour
  • Total Time: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
  • Servings: 12-16 servings
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Ingredients

  • Makes 12-16 servings
  • 350 degree oven
  • greased and floured tube pan or 10 inch or fluted
  • 1 package Signature Lemon Cake Mix
  • 1 Package lemon instant pudding Mix (4 serving size)
  • 1/2 cup vegetable oil
  • 1 cup Water
  • 4 Eggs
  • GLAZE: Blend 1 cup powered sugar with either 2 tbsp. milk or 2 tbsp. lemon juice (I use juice of 3 lemons, we like it tart).

Baking Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Blend all ingred in a large bowl; beat at med. speed for 2 minutes.
  3. Bake in a greased & floured tube pan, 10" or fluted at 350 degree for 45-55 min, until center springs back when touched lightly.
  4. Cool right side up in pan for about 25 min., then invert onto serving plate.
  5. GLAZE: Drizzle over cake. I poke holes in then drizzle...

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Butter or margarine

Butter or margarine

When a recipe calls for butter...ALWAYS ALWAYS use butter. When it calls for butter OR margarine, then use either. Here's the biggest reason. It is the difference between a cookie that has a cakey kind of texture and one called a shortbread that MELTS in your mouth and is crumbly. The reason is margarine has water in it. You could use shortning in place of butter with maybe butter flavoring


cutting brownies

cutting brownies

cut with a plastic knife - works wonders, brownies do not stick to knife.





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