lemon pound cake recipe?

my boyfriend has recently told me he loves lemon pound cake- does anyone have a good recipe I could try out? thanks in advance :)

Emily Love


Nancy September 9, 2015
haven't followed all the suggested links, so this may be a duplicate. If not, there's a classic combination of lemon and poppy seed, which you can have in a loaf or a cake or a pound cake. here's one:
ChefJune September 9, 2015
I guess it's time to enter my Lemon Pound Cake on Food52, eh? It's really my favorite cake of all time. I'll try to do so today, so you can look on my page for it, if you like.
Emily L. September 9, 2015
will keep my eyes peeled :)
PieceOfLayerCake September 9, 2015
I have a recipe on my profile for "quatre quart", which is a French pound cake. Its quite versatile. I'd add the zest of a lemon into the batter and then put a simple glaze on top with the juice. A cup of confectioners' sugar and a few tablespoons of the juice should do.
PieceOfLayerCake September 9, 2015
Emily L. September 9, 2015
saved and will be trying this out! thank you!
Ali S. September 9, 2015
This one! http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2006/10/lemony-persnick/
Emily L. September 9, 2015
awesome thanks :)
HalfPint September 9, 2015
This is my favorite pound cake and it's perhaps the easiest one that I've ever made:

Just omit the almonds and substitute lemon zest or lemon oil (food grade) for the vanilla. This even works with all purpose flour (plain flour). It makes a huge cake (it's sized for a 10-cup bundt pan).
Emily L. September 9, 2015
thank you! and seriously not joking about huge, 10-cup!? more the merrier... :)
HalfPint September 11, 2015
Sorry, it's should be 12 cup. Yeah, it's one big cake. I've halved the recipe and it works just fine. No major adjustment to the baking time.
inpatskitchen September 9, 2015
Although I haven't made this it looks extremely good:
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