Puttin’ on the Pounds

November 13, 2007


I told myself that this holiday season I would not gain any weight. Well, here it is, only the middle of November and I’ve already been in baking overdrive. Now, this wouldn’t be such a problem if I could resist eating all of the things I bake. I’ve tried and tried each year to have a little will power and have failed. So, I’ve finally decided that the only logical answer is that I have to work out to counteract my over indulgence of sweets during the last few months of the year. Tonight was not a holiday or special occasion, but I decided I wanted to bake anyway. I had made this pound cake once before but it wasn’t in my blog. This cake isn’t a soft pound cake but a little more “bread like” and dense. It has a really good flavor though. I really chose to make it because it was quick and easy, and I just wanted some dessert tonight. So here it is. The pound cake that will ultimately be the beginning of me putting on the pounds this year. Hopefully I can talk myself into getting on the treadmill tomorrow to avoid that. We’ll see. ; )

EASY POUND CAKE---------------

2 c. sugar2 c. flour1 c. butter6 eggs1 tbsp. flavorings (almond, vanilla and butter)(I just use 1 Tbsp vanilla)

When all ingredients reach room temperature place togetherin large mixing bowl. Blend for 10 minutes at medium speed.Pour into greased and floured tube pan or 2 loaf pans. Bakeat 325 degrees for 1 hour.

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3 Responses to “Puttin’ on the Pounds”

  1. Elly Says:

    oh my goodness, that looks SO good. it looks so delicious and moist. mmmm.

  2. Ally Says:

    I love pound cake. It isn’t too rich, and you can either eat it plain or add other ingredients. It looks so moist, I most definitely will have to try this!

  3. MrsPresley Says:

    mmm… your pound cake looks so wonderful and moist! perfect for some strawberry shortcake 🙂


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