I just love lemon, so I knew I had to try this cake!!! I loved the mixture of sour/tart with the sweet, but others felt it was too tart, what is wrong with them, lol!!! I loved that this is a smaller cake, so not a huge amount of leftover cake, perfect now, for us empty nesters, lol!!! Made for "The Best of 2014" tag game!!
Wonderful cake. Omitted the frosting (we do not like frosting) but for the rest made as stated. Extremely pleased I found this recipe. Thanks for posting.
Made for your Football Pool win & served as part of our multi-family Thanksgiving menu as it met the need for a lactose-free dessert. I made 2 chgs - 1 of necessity & another as a pers preference. Pan sizes in Iceland are not consistent w/the US, so I used a 9-in sq baking pan & cut the cake in 16 sq pieces to serve. Frosting is often viewed as overkill, esp if 2 desserts are eaten after a heavy meal. So I creatively turned the glaze & frosting into a combo of the 2. This is an easy-fix & was well-rec'd. The crumb is tender, moist & full of the lemon flavor. This was a real DH-pleaser dessert & will definitely encore by request for spec occasions. Thx for sharing your recipe w/us.
Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful recipe breezer, we really enjoyed it. It was quick and easy to make with terrific results. The cake was tender and full of lemon flavor. The glaze really enhances the flavor of the cake while the frosting is to die for. Made as written and wouldn't change a thing.
LOVE!! A tender, moist yellow cake with just the right amount of lemon! Unfortunately I didn't have a 9-inch round cake pan deep enough to hold all the batter, so I baked in a 8"x8"x2" Pyrex dish for 30 minutes at 325F. My lemons were large, so I also garnished with zest. Tagged for Spring Photo Tag, due 05/25 (with extension).