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Did someone say lemon poundcake?

Yes, someone did, ME! I'm sharing another recipe from Cinnamon Snail (did you catch in an earlier blog that there's an upcoming podcast episode with Chef Adam?)

This is a cake that feels fancy but it very easy to pull together and is so, so good. I am lucky enough to have a stand-up mixer but you can easily mix the batter with a wooden spoon. I've shared this cake with vegans and non-vegans and everyone, I mean everyone, LOVED it.

I don't have elderflower liqueur so I used the soy milk substitution. To make sure the icing wasn't boring without the liqueur I did mix in a splash of vanilla extract.

Are you excited to give this poundcake a try? Find the recipe here: Lemon Poundcake with Elderflower Cream Cheese Frosting

If you give this one a try, let me know what you think!


I had an incredible conversation this morning with Shabari Monica Das of World Vegan Market. Vegans and non-vegans alike can find something they love at the vegan market, especially if looking for more eco-friendly products. You can watch the conversation here.

Shabari was recently on Did You Bring the Hummus, listen to her episode here.

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24. Apr. 2023

I love lemon cake!! and now am going to check out this recipe to try for myself :) - vidya

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Tamara Gerber
Tamara Gerber
16. Apr. 2023

You had me at lemon 🍋 cake! The frosting would probably taste wonderful if you used elderflower syrup instead of liquor - not that it's easier to get your hands on the syrup ;-) Around here you can't buy it at supermarkets, it's usually a home-made product. You either have to know someone or look for it at "artisan markets". I noticed there's no egg substitute?

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