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Summer is in full swing here and each sale ad I receive in the mail reinforces this in my mind. Each week as I open my sale ad, I see great prices on some of our favorite summer fruits. Most of these prices are stock up prices.
Recently, I have been seeing awesome prices on strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries. We all know these prices don’t come around often so I do my best to stock up when they come around for the year.
We enjoy frozen berries preserved from the summer, often with just a dollop of homemade whip cream but once in awhile I like to take it to the next level. You know, the one that includes Homemade Pound Cake. I know it’s easy to snag one from the frozen section, but I promise it’s just as easy to make your own.
I often will double the recipe and if you wrap them well in saran wrap and aluminium foil they will stay good until you need another Homemade Pound Cake.
Another delicious way to enjoy homemade pound cake is with a delectable sauce drizzled over the top. My easy strawberry sauce is makes this homemade pound cake a delectable summer treat!
As you are mixing the eggs in, I know it’s tempting to put them all in at one time and mix just until incorporated. However, it’s very important that when doing this step you mix thoroughly between each addition. If you don’t you will end up with a much denser pound cake. This same rule applies to the first step of beating the butter and sugar. Skipping this on either step will not do your homemade pound cake any justice.
A Little History On The Traditional Pound Cake
Pound cake refers to a type of cake traditionally made with a pound of each of four ingredients: flour, butter, eggs, and sugar. However, any cake made with a 1:1:1:1 ratio of flour, butter, eggs, and sugar may also be called a pound cake, as it yields the same results.
Homemade Pound Cake Recipe