Homemade Cream Cheese Pound Cake is classic deliciousness made with a few simple ingredients. This moist pound cake is enclosed in an amazing crust that melts in your mouth!
EDITOR’S NOTE (June 14, 2020): PIN here on Pinterest. Link to video demonstration is below in Recipe Notes. The flour in the demo was sifted/leveled BEFORE being poured into sifter. Sifting twice is optional.
The baked pound cake is dense with a thick crust. Tasty all by itself or with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
I made adjustments to a classic recipe posted online by All Recipes because two thousand people made it. Most of the reviews were positive.
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This recipe calls for 1-1/4 cups of unsalted butter which is two sticks plus 4 tablespoons. The photo is helpful for beginners.
I decreased the butter and replaced it with buttermilk which is a secret ingredient for moist cakes.
Cake turned out great the first time I made it. Love when that happens.
Keeps well in the freezer. Place slices in a freezer bag before freezing. Warms well in the microwave or in the oven.
I like to keep cake slices in the freezer for when I need quick dessert. Just warm and enjoy homemade from scratch deliciousness.
Glaze if desired. Excellent with fresh fruit.
I prefer plain. Tastes fabulous.
Baked in my lovely cast iron fluted cake pan provided by Lodge Manufacturing.
Be sure to follow manufacturer’s baking instructions before adding cake batter!
You may also enjoy my Cream Cheese Pound Cake made with a yellow cake mix. Perfect for when you need a quick pound cake.
Cream Cheese Pound Cake, made with a cake mix, is good warm. MUCH better after 24 hours in fridge.
I do love homemade from scratch cakes. However, I will whip up a cake mix cake when I need a quick dessert.
Options are good to have. This wisdom applies to life, business and baking. Hmmm… food for thought.
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