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Strangely I couldn't find a plain pound cake so had to use a raspberry one. I've never had Nutella, but DH is always raving about it. I found layering the pan with the foil made it super easy to slide it back in the pan. A very interesting combo! DH of course thought it was the greatest :)
You had me at Nutella!
This was awesome! I made this for dinner dessert last night. The filling was thick, but good. My DH usually doesn't eat pound cake, but he ate this and even hinted around for me to make it again. This was so easy to make and it seems like it should of been harder to make. I will be making this again.
This was so great. I used a 12 oz. frozen pound cake...and I forgot to thaw it before I wanted to make it, so I microwaved it to soften it up. And it didn't occur to me that I should let it cool before adding the fillings...whoops! It still turned out fine, but some fo the chocolate had melted out and was on the sides... I didn't use all of the filling becuase it looked like a lot, but I wish i did...next time I'll really load it on. I used the toffee bits too, but I would like this just fine without them too. This was a great dessert that was so simple to make. I'll be making this again! Thanks for posting!
Yum, yum, yum - what a great way to dress up a simple pound cake! You didn't specify the size of the pound cake and I used a 10.75 oz. frozen one. The filling layer was really thick but that's fine with me 'cause it's so good! Two tips for the assembly of this...once you put the nutella half on top, wrap it quickly because the nutella will begin to ooze out right away; and don't use too much foil or it won't fit back into the loaf pan (duh!) :) Simple to make and nice enough for company, this would be great for a holiday party - thanks for sharing the recipe!