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This dessert will be on my tasty top ten when I do it for desserts. I love the pucker it gives you, along with the denseness of the pound cake and the creaminess of the frosting. Cream cheese with key lime is genius! This really comes out as if it’s from a high-end bakery; the contrast of sour and sweet is divine. Seriously, I think if the amazing Chef Gordan Ramsey himself gave this luscious pounder a try he would actually have something nice to say about it.
I made this amazing key lime cake with cream cheese frosting for a party that I went to last summer. It’s light and refreshing and perfect for a balmy day treat. All of the ladies loved it. I found that the cake went well with iced sweetened tea. Everyone enjoyed the cake and was buggering me for the recipe. I was writing it down on paper napkins!
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Quick Tip: This cake is best served when chilled.