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I don’t know about you guys and gals but I love a good lemon dessert. There’s just something refreshing about the slight zing paired with a complimentative sweetness that a lemon bread or cake gives you. Now, when I was a young girl I did not feel this way in the least. In fact, I hated lemons with a passion. It’s funny how things change as we get older. Presently, I’d hug a shark for a piece of lemon poppy seed cake smothered in strawberry rhubarb glaze. I’m very pleased that I came across this recipe.
When you think of lemon poppy seed cake you probably envision bakery items or cakes that line the store shelves. I mean, after all, lemon poppy seed cake would be just too darn hard to make on your own, right? Wrong!
The following recipe on the next page is very simple to execute and the ingredients are quite common. You’ll find that your entire house will smell of lemon poppy seed cake baking in the oven in no time flat. Enjoy!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Just A Pinch.
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