Easy Pound Cake Recipe



Easy Pound Cake Recipe

Check out this super Easy Pound Cake Recipe!  We made it using a box recipe but we added some cute Valentine’s hearts in the middle.  Don’t get intimidated by how difficult this looks to make because it’s not hard at all!

Easy Pound Cake Recipe for Valentines Day

The trick to this recipe is to make two separate pound cakes.  Then use a cute cookie cutter to cut out the hearts, then place the cooked pound cake hearts in another pan and add the other pound cake batter on top of it.  We used a double hearts cookie cutter like this one here. Easy-peasy!

We also added a super simple yummy glaze to go over the top of this pound cake recipe.  It’s optional but definitely a nice added touch.

Easy Pound Cake Recipe
 
Use pre made pound cake box mixes to create this amazing Valentine's Day idea!
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Recipe type: Easy Pound Cake Recipe
Ingredients
  • 2 boxes Pound Cake mix
  • ½ cup Butter softened
  • 4 Eggs
  • 1⅓ cup Milk
  • red food coloring
  • GLAZE:
  • 1½ cup Powdered Sugar
  • 2 tbsp Milk
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Spray loaf pan with cooking spray.
  3. Prepare your first pound cake following box directions. Add food coloring to get good pink color in batter.
  4. Pour batter into prepared pan and bake for 45 minutes (about 10 less than box directions.
  5. Let cool on rack for an hour.
  6. Remove cake from pan and refrigerate for several hours.
  7. Slice cold cake into slices no thicker than your cookie cutter.
  8. Use cookie cutter to cut heart shapes from each aand stack to side.
  9. Prepare the other box of pound cake mix following box directions.
  10. Spray loaf pan with cooking spray.
  11. Pour ¼" of batter in the bottom.
  12. Place your heart cut-outs down the middle, keeping them straight and together.
  13. Pour remaining batter over the heart cut-outs in the pan. Ensure it gets down the sides and covers the top. (There will be a lot of batter left!)
  14. Bake according to box directions.
  15. Let cool on rack for an hour.
  16. Remove from pan and place on platter.
  17. In a medium bowl, put powdered sugar and slowly add milk until desired consistency is reached.
  18. Drizzle icing over cake and serve.

Easy Pound Cake Recipe

 

Don’t miss our other Valentines Day recipes and crafts:

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Valentine’s Day Lollipop Bouquet made with Candy Canes and chocolate!

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Valentine’s Day Easy Strawberry Fudge (only 2 ingredients)

Rice Krispie Hearts Recipe (easy)

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Comments

  1. I think these are super cute and totally “boy” friendly! I am the only female in my home and find it difficult to do holiday themed desserts and things that are acceptable and not too frilly for males. My question on these is, do the hearts/CUTOUTS that you choose to re-bake, get hard or does the moisture from the new batter keep them from over-baking/drying out?

  2. That’s adorable! You could do bunnies for Easter and shamrocks for st pats and pumpkins for Halloween… I’m going to have lots of fun with this one! Thanks for sharing it.

    What do you do with the excess batter? I hate wasting… could i make little cupcakes? Was thinking i could use the leftover from the colored one for a parfait or trifle or something.

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