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PHILADELPHIA Pound Cake

PHILADELPHIA Pound Cake recipe
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Cream cheese is the reason this cake is, pound for pound, more moist and deliciously dense than any other you've tried.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 35 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
2/17/2006
this cake was very moist, and my family loved it.
posted:
1/14/2006
I was put to a challenge by a man who told me if I could make a pound cake as good as his mother's pound cake, I have a chance at becoming his wife, I just haven't told him the recipe comes from Kraft.com just yet and he enjoys the cake each and every time I make it for him.
posted:
12/13/2005
a very good and moist cake...
posted:
10/21/2005
The pound cake was excellent, very moist. I made it for work and everyone loved it. I made sure I used the 9 by 5 loaf pan. And I did not have any trouble with the cake spilling over. I have been elected to make it for all our parties.
posted:
10/13/2005
This was soo good!!! My mother said I have to make it often. I used a tube pan and also used the sugar and added chopped strawberrys!! I will definily make it again!!
posted:
10/11/2005
I was attracted to this recipe because of how simple and tasty it sounded. I have baked this cake three times following the directions step by step and while it's in my oven it over flows over my loaf pan. Although it is very tasty, whatever is left of the cake, I am having trouble baking it without the over flow and the sink in the middle of the cake. Please reply. <<< From Mary, Kraft Kitchens Expert ~ Please check you loaf pan size to make sure that it is the 9x5-inch size and not the smaller 9x4-inch pan. Also, make sure to preheat your oven to 325 degrees. >>>
posted:
6/11/2005
I added a cup and a half of blueberries to create a blueberry cheese pound cake and used a bundt pan. You could also use some raisins and cinnnamon too for another variation.
posted:
5/31/2005
Everyone in my family loved it, I put some strawberries and whipped cream on before serving. Wonderful!!
posted:
5/18/2005
Hey Guys, This pound cake is the bomb! I don't consider myself to be a great baker either. This recipe was very simple. I added lemon extract and lemon frosting to it. Mmmmm mmmm good!! No doubt! If I could do it, you can do it. Give a try! You be glad you did... :-)
posted:
3/4/2005
Thank you for this delicious recipe, is hevenly, my friends and family love it.
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