I have been searching for a great coconut pound cake! I can't wait to try this one... thanks so much for sharing!!
Is this the tripled recipe, or the original recipe?
Going to have to try this one!
Where do I find Davinci coconut gourment syrup? Never heard of it.
I'm pretty sure the Davinci syrup is the kind you use for coffee. Mos places sell them. Try your Walmart,Sams, or probably any other major grocery store. Can't wait to try this recipe!
This sounds great and so easy !! Thanks for sharring !!
Sounds great...what did you ice it with?
This sounds fabulous....I think I'm going to try it with a lemon curd filling. Do you have any suggestions for the frosting? I was thinking of using IMBC...
i did the cake it was great, everyone liked it . :) thanks
I'm glad you liked the recipe. Davinci Gourmet Coconut Syrup is the same stuff the use to flavor coffee. I got mine at Sam's Club. This recipe has been tripled. I used the Cream of Coconut instead of the Coconut Milk on a whim. It paid off. The Cream of Coconut has more fat in it then the Coconut Milk and made for a nice textured pound cake. I hope you enjoy!
Oh yes! I forgot! I iced the cake with bc icing and only put flaked coconut half way up the sides of the cake for something different. There's a photo of the cake in my photos. It's a 2 tiered with pink roses. cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=gallery&file=displayimage&pid=1765688
thanks so much for sharing
i would love to try this recipe, but i will be a lot of cake for me. how can i balance the other ingredients using just one box of cake
I too need to make this on a smaller scale? Any ideas? I am thinking probably only need it to be doubled. But I do suppose that if worse comes to worse I can always just make some cupcakes with it too. When I find I have a lot of batter left over from a cake after making my layers I usually make up cupcakes and take them to work, school, or to just friends and family. I usually have some icing left over too, so it works out beautifully. They always love it and it nothing goes to waste! Plus it's a good way to network for business, and get good feedback. I've got quite a few good orders out of doing that :).
Please what's half and half??
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