Buttermilk Pound Cake

I’ve been making a cream cheese pound cake for years that’s a family favorite, but I’ve never tried a buttermilk pound cake.  I came across this recipe and it looked too good to pass by.   It didn’t disappointment!   It has a great, tender crumb thanks to the buttermilk and cake flour – as well as great flavor.   I’ve topped it with a lemon curd cream cheese frosting that my lil’ sis introduced me too – fantastic!  It would also be lovely topped with fresh berries.

Keys to success: 1) The recipe calls for beating the batter, in total, for 11 minutes.  Make sure you beat for the full amount.   2) Bring the butter, eggs and buttermilk to room temperature before mixing.  3) Don’t rely on the clock alone to determine when the cake is done – make sure you test for doneness starting at 1 hour.

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Comments

  1. Oh, this looks fabulous! I’ve never thought of filling or frosting a pound cake, but now I will 🙂

  2. I love cooking with buttermilk, and always have some hanging around from previous uses.

    Nice looking cake!

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