Best Pound Cake Ever...Seriously!

Joanne Bellezza-Loughlin


This is my Aunt Gloria's pound cake recipe. It really is the best pound cake I've ever had. I try not to make it too often because my husband tends to eat the whole thing!!!!!!


★★★★☆ 5 votes

30 Min
1 Hr 15 Min


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3/4 lb
butter - room temperature
2 1/2 c
eggs, room temperature
1 1/2 tsp
1/4 tsp
3 tsp
baking powder
3 c
3/4 c
milk - room temperature

How to Make Best Pound Cake Ever...Seriously!


  • 1In a standing mixer, beat the butter and sugar.
  • 2Add eggs - one at a time.
  • 3Add the vanilla.
  • 4In a bowl, combine the salt, baking powder and flour.
  • 5Add the flour mixture and milk, alternatly.
  • 6Beat for 20 minutes. (Note: I only beat for another 5-10 minutes and it's fine.)
  • 7Place batter in a greased/floured tube pan.
  • 8Place in cold oven and set temperature to 350 degrees. Bake for 1 hour and 15 minutes.
  • 9Remove cake from oven very carefully and place it carefully where it can cool. You want to prevent it from dropping.

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