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Warm Winter Lemon Cake

Warm Winter Lemon Cake recipe
photo by:kraft
Gently falling snow, good. Unrelenting icy rain, not so much. Tame winter with a forkful of lemony sunshine in a warm, moist pudding cake with a citrus tang.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
1/25/2006
This cake was wonderful and delicious.When I made the cake I used a yellow cake mix that didn't have pudding added to it. It made this cake very light. I had a friend that used a cake mix with the pudding added to it and she said it was ok but more of a pound cake consistency. Also when pouring the pudding over the cake I would use a ladle next time to have better control on pouring it all over the cake.
posted:
1/25/2006
I make a recipe that is simular to this one. The only difference to the one that I make is that I use canned peaches or fresh ones to make this easy dessert.
posted:
1/25/2006
Like KimC112, my pudding also turned quite rubbery even when still warm. We warmed up the leftovers one serving at the time in the microwave. By adding just a tsp or so squeezed lemon it became "gooy" as requested by my husband! I plan to add lemon zest in the cakemix next time.
posted:
1/24/2006
I made this cake and thought it was very good. It reminded me of a similiar one my Mother made many years ago. I would make it again it's a nice winter comfort food.
posted:
1/24/2006
I made this cake and it is just delicious! It's not real sweet, just very lemony. I plan to make it again soon. I placed a baking sheet under it to catch the drips and there weren't any. I'm careful to check the temperature of my oven before trying a new recipe. I have already given the recipe to two friends.
posted:
1/24/2006
I made this cake and I followed the recipe in the magazine and it didn't look anything like your photo. It was good but the pudding turned very rubbery once it got cold. I also wonder if the pudding mix should go on the bottom first, then the cake mix.
posted:
1/24/2006
I made this recipe for a Pampered Chef show that I hosted over the weekend. Everyone loved it. I had to bake it longer than the recipe stated. I thought far too much of the pudding flowed out. As a matter of fact, so much pudding bubbled out that one end of the cake really sunk in after it cooled. Nonetheless, it received rave reviews from my guests and from my husband.
posted:
1/22/2006
The family LOVED this cake, but it sure looked NOTHING like the picture. The majority of the pudding mixture stayed on top. I wonder if I put the pudding on the bottom next time if it would look like the picture?
posted:
1/22/2006
I made this cake exactly like the recipe and was very good but next time I make it, I will use a lemon supreme cake mix as it didn't have much of a lemon taste
posted:
1/22/2006
Great recipe! Everyone was asking for more. I would absolutly make this again.
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