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This is wonderful-

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Kellie H March 28, 2012

So yummy! The poundcake was so nice and soft, a real treat! Don't have a panini grill, so just seared it in a skillet with a pat of butter. Had no problems with it crumbling. I cut the recipe to make only 2 sandwiches (one for each of us) and found myself wishing I'd made more! Great treat for Nutella nuts!

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BerrySweet February 19, 2007

I loved this too! My pound cake crumbled a little bit but it was spectacular tasting!

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nsomniak6 December 16, 2006

This was AWESOME! My daughter just went wild for it! What a great and unusual idea! Made it exactly as written, Thanks a million for posting!

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blueguitargirl1985 August 04, 2006

I had seen these prepared on Everyday Italian and thought that they looked good. However, television did not ready me for the richness of this sandwich. It was incredibly sweet and the Nutella and strawberries are a great combo with the pound cake. I couldn't finish my sandwich, though. A little goes a long way with this.

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Ms B. May 30, 2006

I saw Giada make this a long time ago and kept the idea in the back of my head. Last week, DBF wanted to make paninis. I don't think this is what he had in mind, but it was definitely our favorite. I made mine pretty much as written above and I made his with bananas instead of strawberries. Instead of non-stick spray, I buttered the outsides of the pound cake. I served them with whipped cream.

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PaNik March 27, 2006
Chocolate-Strawberry Panini