Weekly Photo Challenge: Work of Art
I really love capturing food. This is my second post for this week’s photo challenge.
Here is a three stage production of a lemon pound cake in wait.
I will even include the recipe for all those blogosphere bakers.
This is what your “Work of Art” should look like just before placing it into a pre-heated oven at 325°
Here you will find the “Work of Art” resting for at least 30 to 45 minutes until the pan is cool to the touch.
Now, with a plate securely atop the Bundt pan, firmly grip each side of the pan and plate and flip to show your completed masterpiece.
Enjoy or Let them eat cake!
Lemon Pound Cake Recipe
What you will need:
3 Sticks of butter
3 Cups of sugar
3 Cups of flour
1 Tablespoon of vanilla flavoring
1 Teaspoon of lemon Flavoring
1 Tablespoon lemon juice
1 Pinch of salt
8 oz of cream cheese
What you will do:
- Pre-grease and flour the Bundt pan and set aside for later.
- Mix sugar, cream cheese, & butter until creamy
- Add one egg at a time until yellow is gone (Do not over process unless you want a crispy shell of a pound cake)
- Add flavoring
- Add sifted flour
- With a large spoon place the cake batter into the pan in even portions and smooth
- Place the pan in the oven
- DO NOT OPEN FOR AT LEAST 1 HOUR AND 15 MINUTES
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