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Lickity Split! That’s How Fast You’ll Devour This Dessert
Are you a lemon lover? If so, this amazing pound cake is just what the dessert doctor ordered! It is so darn tasty! For some, lemon pound cake has become a southern family tradition.
“Our family was blessed to have a wonderful Great Aunt Beulah. She had a big heart, and she loved all of her nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, as if we were all her own grandchildren. She never forgot a birthday, and she celebrated every special achievement and event with loving pride. This is her famous lemon pound cake recipe.”
I must say Great Aunt Beulah sounds a lot like my grandmother! She made sure to remember everyone in our big, ever-growing family. And grandma also loved baking, almost as much as we loved eating her cakes and other delightful treats! Her signature lemon cake was very much like this recipe here – and that’s why I was so happy when I first tried this. Unfortunately, her recipe has since disappeared but this is as close as it gets!
Are you ready to whip up your very own lemon pound cake? We promise it’s not as hard as it sounds!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Mellissa’s Southern style Kitchen.
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Quick tip: Feeling adventurous? Try another pudding flavor instead of lemon!