Makeover Lemon Pound Cake
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 50 min. + cooling
Makes1 loaf (16 slices)
Excellent recipe, my husband loved it. Doubled the recipe, knew 1 loaf wouldn't last long. I didn't have enough Greek yogurt so I used 1 cup of Greek & 1 cup of Mango. The flavors were very good. Plan to make it again next week. Thank for sharing your recipe Lauren!
My family enjoyed this very much. It's not as heavy as a traditional pound cake, and at first I thought it wasn't lemony enough. I might try using lemon extract the next time, but one of the things I like about this recipe is that the flavor wasn't overpowering or "fake," like some store-bought cakes can be, for example. I especially liked that all the ingredients are real--no artificial sweeteners or "substitute" things. I'll be keeping this recipe in my collection for use this summer.ETA: I made it again, using lemon yogurt. That added the lemon taste I was looking for. In fact, a foodee friend had seconds.
I knew going in that this recipe would be more of a Lemon poppy seed bread instead of pound cake. I appreciate less calories and carbs; however, sometimes it's just best to have the *real* thing. I will use my favorite lemon pound cake from now on and I will be using my regular lemon poppy seed bread . Again, I applaud less calories.
I used 2% vanilla Greek yogurt because that is what I had on hand. I also added the optional poppy seeds. This lemon bread/cake was delicious and moist. I will definitely make this again.
Made it as written. My husband and I thought it was excellent. Will definitely make again.
The cake is delicious, but it does have a spongy texture as one reviewer commented. It is to be expected with only 1/4 c of butter. I suggest that you under bake it - mine was ready in 40-45 min. Served with a dollop of yogurt and fresh berries and it was divine. It is not quite as good without it so just 4 stars. Note: I did not think the cake was too salty in the least!
I read the reviews prior to baking this so I cut the salt in half and used regular yogurt over Greek bc it's what I prefer. I thought it turned out great!
My family really liked this cake. We tend to have a sweet tooth, so having a recipe that satisfies that and does not require four sticks of butter is awesome! I did not find it too salty, but I used unsalted butter.I would recommend this for a weekday dessert, but not special occasions.
Turned out beautiful but way too salty. Sorry I wasted all the ingredients. I double, triple checked the ingredient list and was hesitant on putting in a teaspoon of salt but followed instructions anyway. This cake doesn't need that much salt using the yogurt and salted butter in the recipe . Loved the texture. Even tossed some sliced strawberries in a little flour and added to the cake. When you read a recipe and think there is a typo or missing ingredients , go with your instinct. Have a blessed life.
I'd made this cake and I really liked the recipe! I made four 7-1/2x3-1/2" loaves and retained the glaze from the lemon slices which I'd drizzled over the baked loaves-just enough to moisten them. I'd also used lemon yogurt the first time and vanilla yogurt the 2nd time-5.3oz. cartons. I baked the loaves less time-40 to 45 minutes, greasing and flouring my loaf cake pans. I'd used candied lemon slices on my first batch of breads! The balance of the lemon glaze, I'd used for another purpose! Thank you for yet another great recipe for a lemon cake! This is a keeper for me! delowenstein