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This Cake Might Not Look Like Much But Let Me Tell Ya, It Tastes How Benjamin’s Feel In Your Pocket
Pound cake. We all love it, right? Well, I know that I do. I like to call this recipe the million dollar pound cake because I think after you taste it for the first time you would be willing to pay one million dollars for another bite. Okay, maybe not one million big ones but I bet you’d kick, scream, and cry like a baby until you could get another taste of this sweet treat. There is something shockingly smooth going on within this pound cake. I don’t know what it is but the inside of the cake is very creamy and rich feeling on your tongue.
I think it could be the pudding. Who knows, but it surely tastes amazing. This is one of those recipes you know you’re going to hold on for years and years!
Who knows, maybe I’ll even pass this on to my children one day. My family enjoys eating this pound cake with fresh fruit and cream. How will you eat yours?
Recipe and image courtesy of Matarazzo Design.
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Quick Tip: Make sure to liberally coat your baking pan in Pam Cooking Spray to avoid sticking.