Aunt Sue’s Famous Pound Cake
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I’ve lost count of how many folks have asked for this recipe after I posted a photo of it with Mama’s Custard Sauce last week. I’m on book tour right now so I thought I’d share this phenomemal recipe for Aunt Sue’s Pound Cake with y’all as a bonus. This one appeared in my first cookbook and is truly the best pound cake I have ever tasted. It is an absolute must have at our family Thanksgiving and Christmas and we serve it in thick slices with Mama’s custard sauce poured over it – sublime!
If you don’t have a tube pan, no worries! I make mine in a bundt. It will turn out just as delicious but you will have the delicious crunchy crust on the bottom instead of the top
Normally I show step by step photos of each recipe but since this one is a little bonus, I’m just sharing a final picture and the recipe at the bottom. Scroll down to print it or save it to your recipe box for Thanksgiving.
If you’d like the recipe for the homemade custard sauce pictured with this, please click here.
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I’ll be doing a signing and a canned food drive tonight (Nov 14, 2013) in Columbia, South Carolina and then it’s on to Lexington, Kentucky tomorrow. Next week I’ll be in Nashville, Dallas, and Houston and then back to my babies! If you’d like details on any of my signing events, please click here.
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