Top Rated Pound Cake Recipes

Whether plain and with coffee or dressed in chocolate or strawberries, pound cake is a delicious dessert or snack in all its avatars. This lemon yogurt pound cake is no excepetion. The addition of yogurt makes it moist till the last bite. Try different yogurt flavors such as strawberry, raspberry, blueberry or vanilla for a tasty variety.   
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For a sweet twist on traditional French toast, try using pound cake instead of bread. Recipe courtesy of Kristyn Merkley at www.lilluna.com
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Try mixing in brown sugar and pecans with your pound cake for a fun and new twist on the original.
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This easy dessert uses store-bought pound cake and dresses it up with lemon and raspberries.  Recipe courtesy of Trish Rosenquist at www.momontimeout.com
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For an elegant and easy dessert, try these chocolate and peanut butter stacks.  Recipe courtesy of Keri Bassett at www.shakentogetherlife.com
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The toasty flavor of lightly grilled pound cake is great with summer berries. Basil-kissed strawberry cream cheese is a delightful change.
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Try my Buttermilk Pound Cake with Balsamic Strawberries for your next BBQ. After you bake the pound cake, just cool then wrap and freeze for 30 minutes, slice, grill, and enjoy. I love using my KitchenAid for this recipe! All of the ingredients in one mixer. This recipe fits a 10-inch Bundt pan or you can use a standard loaf pan but there will be extra for a mini-loaf as well. Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.
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I love discovering new products at the grocery store. So when I found I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter® Deliciously Simple™ on the shelves, I was excited to try it out in a recipe. When trying an ingredient in a recipe for the first time, it’s important to review the basics like taste and texture in order to understand how those will work in the final product. What I liked about Deliciously Simple™ is that it’s made with simple ingredients I recognize and frequently use in my baking, like non-fat yogurt and vegetable oil. So I first tried it on my morning toast. The taste was buttery and the texture was creamy – even straight out of the refrigerator. Deliciously Simple™ has no artificial ingredients, and that’s something I look for in every product I bring into my home. So I decided to incorporate Deliciously Simple™ into a new recipe for peanut butter-banana nut pound cake. The buttery taste and creamy texture would work well with either sweet or savory foods, and this pound cake straddles that line well because of the balance of the peanut butter, banana and pistachios. Together, this pound cake is slightly sweet and slightly savory.
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Grilled Pound Cake
Grilled pound cake is my signature dessert. It’s a perfect match for my style of cooking, which is heavy on barbecue, the real, slow-smoked kind, as well as when I fire up the grill. Sure, you can make your own pound cake and ice cream from scratch or you can save some time and pick some up at the store. The great thing is that you can replace ingredients as needed. No strawberries? Use pineapple, peaches, or mandarin oranges. Flavored pound cake and your favorite ice cream and toppings will help you make this dish one of your own. You can also trim calories by using low-fat, sugar-free items and dropping the butter and brown sugar. If you fear placing slices of pound cake directly on a grill, try using a grilling basket or use a sheet of heavy-duty foil to make a griddle-like surface. See all cake recipes.
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Few can resist the dence, rich texture of pound cake, but when paired with persimmons, it takes on a moist texture with a sweet flavor profile that reinvents the flavors of a pound cake altogether. 
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Harrison Keevil, executive chef at Brookville Restaurant in Charlottesville, VA., used this recipe, along with carrot cake, when making his own wedding cake.Click here to see Should I Make My Own Wedding Cake?
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Classic Pound Cake
This recipe was inspired by my mother, Anthesia White. It's exactly the way she would serve it, without any fluff or garnish. This pound cake goes on the menu at my restaurant, FIVE Restaurant, whenever I get homesick. See all dessert recipes. Click here to see the Mother's Day Brunch in Bed story.
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