Sunday, November 11, 2012

WHITE CHOCOLATE POUND CAKE


 The recipe came from the November-December 2012 "Tea Time" magazine. I brushed raspberries with egg white, then sprinkled with sugar and let them dry overnight. Mr. Mountain Breaths gave the raspberries 10 stars :-) I sugared some fresh thyme by spraying lightly with Pam, then I sprinkled with extra fine sugar.


If you on a desktop computer, click on the photo below and the recipe will enlarge.


Thank you for stopping by! 

Debbie





16 comments:

  1. Your cake turned out beautiful! That really is a great pan-enjoy:@)

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  2. Happy to hear that your family is safe and powered back up! I connected with family in LI, and they are safe, have light and heat, but no phone, cable or Internet. This cake is a beauty, sounds delicious and I love the "rosettes" decorating it. How do you make those? xo

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    1. Barb, I should have mentioned that they are raspberries that I brushed with egg white, then sprinkled with sugar. I will add that to my post :-) xo

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  3. OK, took a second look, I think they are raspberries! :) xo

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  4. What a beautiful cake and one that I need to dust of my heritage bundt pan to make! I can't read the recipe but will save your photo and enlarge ;)

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    1. Susan, the recipe is large enough to read on a desk top computer. You're probably viewing from your iPhone?

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  5. Such great cake..yummy! Today was my dessert day, come over and look! Thanks for the recipe and for the tip on the error too.
    Have a great week.
    FABBY

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  6. Debbie,
    This looks wonderful. Who wouldn't love a piece of that pretty cake.

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  7. If I lived at your house, I would weigh 300 pounds or more.
    I love sweet desserts and yours are always so incredibly tempting :) Yum!!!
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

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  8. Debbie, I like to eat any type of pound cake so thanks for sharing this recipe. The cake pan is one of my favorites, but not one that is in our kitchen. ;-( It's on my list though........Sarah

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  9. What a beautiful cake, Debbie! I love that your hubby gave the raspberries 10 stars. I don't have that particular bundt pan, but I do have a couple. It sure makes an outstanding presentation. xo

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  10. So happy you stopped by my blog! This cake looks so tasty. I look for forward to following your blog.

    Smiles,
    Carol

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  11. It looks delicious! I use my pan a lot, even when I make banana bread!
    My sister finally got power Mon. No phone yet.
    So many without homes, whole neighborhoods gone.

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  12. Two of my favorite things--pound cake and white chocolate. I love this. Hope you have a great holiday!

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