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I love experimenting with recipes. I love cake! Cookies & Cakes are my thing! Sunday Nights are our Small Group Night. We generally meet every other Sunday. However, lately we have been doing the Zoom Meetings. I usually like to bake a sweet treat to take with me to share.
I am beyond ready to get back to meeting in person. For this extroverted, hyper blonde, it is time to move on from Zoom and get back into the groove of meeting people in person. I am a firm believer that you should trust in the Lord, and do not fear this virus to the point it overwhelms your every move! Now, that doesn't mean taking precautions. I do wear a mask when I am out in public shopping, etc. I sanitize my hands, car, purse, etc. throughout the day.
These are the precautions we can take. But, it is time to get this Country back up and running or COVID will be the least of our problems or worries. If you have noticed, I have taken off most all affiliate links. They have pulled out of sponsoring or sharing commissions with Bloggers for the most part. Sponsored links will be far and few to come by. However, I started this out as a hobby, and I am thankful for any Sponsors or paid commissions I have received to date. I know that for the Bloggers that this is their job, it is a difficult time for them. I am very thankful and blessed to have kept my full time job. It is nice to get some extra income to help cover the wedding expenses for our only daughter that is coming up. Now, we just pray that by October 30th, we will be able to all meet for the wedding. We have paid for most everything, so I sure want us to be able to have it. My daughter and fiance deserve the wedding of their dreams!
Now on to the recipe as promised. This is an exceptional lemon cake. Lemon cake to me is a "southern" staple. This recipe I added in some white chocolate chips, and some slivered almonds. DELICIOUS!
Pour evenly into your greased bundt pan.
Bake for around 25-30 minutes or until the cakes are baked through. To test to see if it is done throughout, insert a toothpick into the center of the cake. If it comes out clean, it’s done. Let cool and then transfer to your cake stand to ice.
Cream Cheese Buttercream Frosting
P.S. – I sprinkled a tad of powdered sugar on the cake. I just frosted the cake gently like a glaze.
I didn’t want the icing to overwhelm the cake. ENJOY!
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