Friday, April 18, 2014

Simple and Delicious!

Caramel Drizzle and
Brown Sugar Pound Cake

I came across this photo of this
absolutely delicious cake she had posted.
Doesn't this photo make you want one?

It reminded me of when I was a small girl
and I would ask my Mother for a brown sugar sandwich.
Just two slices of bread, buttered, with brown sugar
delicately sprinkled in the middle.
Oh, it was so delicious.

This cake is made with everyday ingredients
we all keep on hand in our pantry,
and went together easy as I followed
her instructions and (yummy) photos.

My photo taken the next morning: I left out the pecans
because my Big Brother doesn't like them.

Here is my review:

I would make this cake again.
It was delicious.
However, I would prefer to serve it warm
with the caramel drizzle icing
poured warm over the cake as you serve it.
We ate our first piece warm and
it was absolutely the greatest cake
I had ever eaten. The next day
the caramel drizzle had set up and gotten hard.
It was still delicious but the frosting's texture
was hard and sugary.

I will be making this cake again
but I will be serving it warm with
large glasses of milk.

If you have a favorite icing recipe that you
think would be delicious
on this cake, please share?

Here are the links for the recipes.

Thank you to the
Lady Behind the Curtain!


  1. i would eat it warm or cold or any way you serve it, as long as i don't have to bake it. and i ate many sugar sandwiches in my life. they were a treat when i got home from school

  2. It looks yummy! I have a brown sugar frosting i make that i wil probably use on it when i bake this. Yes, tall glasses of milk all around!

  3. I am not sure but either I am really tired or I might have drooled into my keyboard because of how good this cake looks!!!! xo Daina

  4. yes, this sounds like an "ice as you serve" kinda cake!! looks yummy, i would serve this warm also, with a scoop of good vanilla ice cream!!

    LOVE your blue plates!!

  5. Oh my....this is making my mouth water!!! It looks wonderful!!! Thank you for sharing.
    Also...thank you for visiting Seashells and Lavender. I hope your Easter holiday was fun.

  6. I'm going to check out that recipe. It looks so very good.
    Laura of Harvest Lane Cottage


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