While the taste is fantastic, I struggled with getting the cake out of the pan once I put the glaze on it. I used individual bundt pans and followed the directions exactly. When I make this recipe again, I will remove the cakes from the pans first and then add the glaze. Thanks for a great recipe!!
So easy yet so GOOD.
I made this with a cream cheese icing and it was a hit in the office. Very moist.
I used a Duncan Hines Lemon Cake mix. Also increased the amount of poppy seed to 3/4 cup, Everyone raved about this cake.
Thank you, Engrossed! I misplaced the old family recipe and wanted to make it for St. Patty's day this year...yours is exact and it is WONDERFUL!! Awesome with a little bit of half-n-half, a little sprinkle of sugar...yum!!!!
excellent 5 stars
Very easy..........very good!
This is one of the most successful cakes I have ever made (I'm cake-making impaired I swear!)!! I took to a BBQ tonight and everyone had two pieces AND the host took the remaining cake and left me one itty-bitty piece to bring home tonight - which I have hidden and plan to eat all by myself!! I followed the directions and ingredients exactly - although I would flour the pan next time, cuz I did have a bit of trouble with sticking (that darn cake-making impairment I think). Next time (and I've already promised I would bring this cake again) I'll include the zest of the lemons in the cake batter or possibly some lemon extract to give the cake more of a lemony flavor. Truly wonderful lemon poppy seed cake this Spring.
Best cake ever!!!
Moist, delicious and easy! I made a glaze with powdered sugar, milk and a little bit of lemon juice. I poked a bunch of holes (with a fork) in the top of the cake right after taking it out of the oven, then poured the glaze over the cake while it was still in the pan.