Better Than Starbucks Lemon Loaf

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Way Better Than Starbucks Iced Lemon Pound Cake tastes fabulous, and has no chemicals, strange additives or preservatives. Why go to Starbucks and pay for a slice when you can make an entire loaf  that’s much healthier for about the same price?  If you like Starbucks Lemon Loaf, then you’ll love this moist, delicious Lemon cake!  This easy to make recipe is loaded with delicious lemon flavor, and topped with an amazing lemon frosting. The key ingredient is the lemon extract, so don’t skip it.  It gives more lemon flavour than lemon juice  and zest by themselves can. The Best Lemon Loaf (Better-Than-Starbucks Copycat) – Took years but I finally recreated it!! Easy, no mixer, no cake mix, dangerously good, and SPOT ON!! So as an after-school surprise, I thought I’d make her a homemade version, which she’d also be able to take to school in her lunch. I started my baking endeavor by looking at the ingredients in Starbucks’ own lemon cake. I must say, I was extremely disappointed after reading the list. Let’s just say we’ll be skipping the pound cake purchases in future— Several weeks ago, I had a bit of a baking dry spell and really felt the need to bake. Since my friend Scott just sits over the wall from me, I asked him for a baking assignment. He thought for a moment and then explained how he’s really been into Starbucks Lemon loaf and suggested that I try to recreate it. This moist Lemon Cake Recipe is fluffy, tangy and so easy to make from scratch! Every bite of this supremely moist pound cake is bursting with fresh lemon flavor and the easy lemon glaze on top will have you hooked after just one bite.  Yesterday I came across this post for “Better Than Starbucks Lemon Pound Cake” from Dozen Flours. I was so excited about this recipe because #1) I love lemon cake #2) this recipe doesn’t use artificial flavoring, and #3) it uses the membranes of lemons! I bookedmarked the site for future use.

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