I'm hoping someone has the "Pillsbury Kitchen's Family Cookbook"? and if so can PM the recipe for the lemon pound cake?
I can't remember the page number but it was the on the left facing page...
Had it and now can't find it ;(
I don't have the book, but these were both on their website:
I have it and I will pm you the recipe for the Lemon Delight Pound Cake pg. 127. HTH
Thank you very much GatuPR but that is not the one I use .... starting to cry now... it was great! and now I can't remember if it was called 'lemon pound cake' or just 'pound cake' that I added some lemon zest to....
cs_confections - the second link has the right ingredients but I don't recall anything about a glaze .... but I do know that it was all from scratch (no cake mixes) and used butter not oil...
I'm sorry you're not having any luck so far
Here is a plain pound cake on their site:
*crossing my fingers*
closer! but I'm pretty sure it only had 3 or 4 eggs max.... I have to find my book ;(
The other recipes they have is for One-Step Pound Cake with grated lemon or orange peel, sour cream, margarine or butter and 3 eggs. They also have Kentucky Butter Cake with buttermilk, margarine or butter and 4 eggs. Those are the only ones I can see are pound cakes. Let me know if you want the recipes.
THANKS GatuPR! - that One Step Pound Cake is it!!!!
Hi there. I was searching the Web for an old favorite family recipe that came from the Pillsbury Kitchen's Family Cookbook and came across this old request from that cookbook.
Sadly, I owned this cookbook since the 80s but sold it at a yard sale a few years ago due to downsizing. There is one recipe that I really miss. It's called something like Applesauce Snack Cake. It might have had "After School" in the title. I can't find it on their website. I am so sad about having let this cookbook go and would love to have that recipe to make for my grown kids and grandkids. It sure would bring back some memories! Any chance you can help?
Thanks so much!