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This tender cake is loaded with lemony flavor.
It is homemade from scratch with simple ingredients.
Perfect for lemon lovers.
The Lemon Cream Glaze has a wonderful creamy texture and tangy taste.
Not sponsored. It’s a favorite product.Before using baking powder, test for effectiveness. Simply drop 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder in a 1/4 cup of hot water. Effective if it bubbles vigorously. Discard if it doesn’t bubble.
If glaze is not your thing, I’ve got good news.
This moist, tender lemon bundt cake is fantastic without glaze.
Superb with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
I love baking bundt cakes for a variety of reasons.
Did You Know?National Bundt Day, also known as National Bundt Cake Day, is observed every year on November 15.
They’re easy to make and to decorate. Stacked cakes are not my thing (for now any way).
To make a lovely presentation with this Lemon Cream Bundt Cake, place a bowl of lemon cream glaze in center of cake before serving. Top glaze with pretty lemon slices.
TIP…Use a long knife to test a bundt cake for doneness. A toothpick is too short. Remove bundt cake from oven, insert knife in center. Press to bottom. Remove. If knife comes out clean, bundt cake is done.
Placing bowl of glaze in center is a creative way to allow individuals who do not like glaze, to enjoy some cake.
As for those who love glaze, simply drizzle their slice(s) with lots of lemon cream glaze.
For example, my aunt likes glaze. “Sometimes” I don’t. Really depends on my sweet tooth (smile).
Rather than bake 2 cakes, I place a bowl of glaze in the center. Voila!
I also LOVE to bake pound cakes. Check out my Homemade Cream Cheese Pound Cake (made from scratch) and Cream Cheese Pound Cake (yellow cake mix).
The difference between a pound cake and a regular cake is a pound cake has one dairy (butter). No milk.