SheilaJo Gillingham Recipe

Alabama Cream Cheese Pound Cake

By SheilaJo Gillingham Jacksjojo


Got this recipe from a GUY Cook in Alabama ... Pound Cake is my favorite ... this is the best one I've ever had ... in case you wonder - no baking powder or soda needed when using cream cheese.


Recipe Rating:
 2 Ratings
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Cooking Method:
Bake

Ingredients

2 stick
salted butter,room temperature
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1 stick
margerine - ( i use imperial brand) other spreads just do not work as well!
8oz pkg
cream cheese, room temperature
3 c
sugar
6
eggs - one at a time
3 c
all purpose flour
1 Tbsp
vanilla extract
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
Preheat oven to 300
Cream butter,margerine and cream cheese ... mix until a pretty creamy yellow color
2
mix adding sugar ... then mix @ low speed adding one egg at a time
3
mix @ low speed adding flour 1 cup at a time,mix just until well blended ... stir in vanilla
4
pour into greased and floured Bundt or Angel Food pan -or- 2 maybe 3 loaf pans ... depending on pan size ... if you do use loaf pans adjust baking time.
5
Bake @ 300 about 1 hr. 15 mins

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cakes
Main Ingredient: Sugar
Regional Style: American
Hashtags: #Cream, #cheese, #pound
  • Comments

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    Monica H MonisiaH - Aug 12, 2011
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    Mary a mjallen - Aug 24, 2011
    Can I use all butter ?
  • user
    SheilaJo Gillingham Jacksjojo - Aug 26, 2011
    Hey Mary, Yes you can use all butter, I have tried both ways ... because I really like to use butter in most recipes ... But I can't tell the difference in this cake, so I just do it the way he gave the recipe ... I figure it saves a little fat and calories and I can eat another piece ;) ... I just LOVE this cake!
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    Shemmy H onigiri101 - Jan 19, 2012
    This recipe sounds so delicious. I am going to make this tomorrow afternoon. I just wanted a little clarity. When you say 2 sticks of butter, does 1 stick = a cup or half a cup of butter? Thank you so much. :)
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    SheilaJo Gillingham Jacksjojo - Jan 20, 2012
    Hey Shemmy, 1 Stick = 1/2 cup. Hope you enjoy this cake ... my family loves it!