And if so, is there anything I need to know? Thanks, everyone. ;o)
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There should be no problem doubling the recipe as long as you bake them in 2 same size loaf pans as the recipe calls for. In fact, many pound cake recipes are for 2 pans.
Whoa, thank you so much! ;o)
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I've found pound cakes to be the most forgiving in terms of halving or doubling the recipe. I frequently double my Coconut Pound Cake recipe and both cakes (bundt size) always turn out fine.
(And the creamiest, too.)
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