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I made the recipe exactly as posted, and it was great. I served it on Super Bowl Sunday, as a finale to the feast before. It is not too heavy, and makes the perfect ending to a big meal.
N I C E alternative to "homemade" pound cake. I've made it twice now and yes, you can use almost the whole bag of c.chips and it's not too much. Also, I was concerned about so much dry sugar and cinnamon on top (the way the recipe suggests) but it turns into a nice crunchy topping. I REALLY liked that! I'll be using this recipe again. THANKS!
I took this to a club meeting, and it got rave reviews. I made it exactly according to the recipe. It's very moist, where some pound cakes can be a bit dry. A great recipe!!
I substituted unsweetened appleasauce instead of the oil (always do) and it turned out great. I baked it in 2 loaf pans instead of a bundt pan - baked for about 45 minutes. I forgot the sugar and cinnamon on top though!! I'll have to try that next time. Still tasty and easy without it! A great cake to use for snacks or desserts. Thanks!
This is a good cake. I really liked the sugar and cinammon mixture that was poured on the top of the batter. It gave the cake a nice added touch of flavor. Thanks, MustangeMom!
I followed this recipe exactly as it stated. Turned out delicious! My family loved it. The cooking time for me was exactly 60 minutes as recipe stated. This is a very moist pound cake and tasty as well. This will be a new keeper in my household and the Holidays coming up. Thanks for sharing. Melanie Davis
This recipe was fairly easy to make and delicious to boot! In an effort to make it lower in calories though I did substitute sugar free pudding, fat free sour cream and I also used 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil instead of regular. It still turned out wonderfully scrumptious! It was still a very rich tasting cake. The family loved it too.