ELAINE: I bet Lemon frosting would taste good too.
TheFinemocha: The betty crocker cake mix i got states that there is already pudding in the mix. Please, can i still add the instant pudding mix?
Zandra Nelson: i have made this for my children and they love it!!! My question to is how do you get your pound cake to bake so high? I must be doing wrong because mine don't rise like yours. Please help!!
Khalid Ahmed: Thanks to you my sister broke our hand mixer by attaching a million attachments to one hand mixer
Tiff Stat: Made this cake tonight. It was so good!
marshafisch: Does the Icing harden up?
marshafisch: ? Do you you ice the cake before it is COMPLETELY cooled down? - Ice it right after you it has cooled for 10 minutes only? Have you ever tried to use the Lemon Extract in the Icing too for an additional pop of Lemon?
9mccloud: Amazing how few people know what these things are even after having cracked thousands of eggs.Even myself, until I looked it up. I still take out the chalazae ever since grade school many years ago, LOL .Egg hatching was going on in my science class. Stopped me from eating eggs for several years. Egg yolk is basically a bag of concentrated food for the development of a chicken embryo if the egg is fertilized. It doesn’t float around freely inside the clear egg white, but is anchored to the shell by two little twisted ropes called chalazae (pronounced cuh-LAY-zee), and these are the white things you are talking about. One chalazae connects the yolk at the more pointed end of the egg and the other at the rounder end. This tethering ensures that the yolk is protected against hitting the inner walls of the egg if the egg is moved around. A lot of people pick these things out when they crack an egg, but they are quite safe to eat. They can also tell you something very useful. As eggs age, these structures start to disappear, so clearly visible chalazae are a good sign your eggs are fresh. You can also see the spot that could develop into a chicken as a little white region on the yolk which is not one of the chalazae. This is called the germinal disk. If the egg were fertilized, it would have genetic information from the mother hen and from the rooster’s sperm, but it wouldn’t actually be rooster sperm. Anyway, most chicken eggs are unfertilized.Some people wonder why chickens keep laying eggs that aren’t fertilized. The way to understand this is to realize that humans ovulate once a month, and that happens regardless of whether or not the egg will be fertilized. Chickens are similar, but they ovulate about once a day and then push the eggs out of their bodies. The cake came out Deliciously!! Looking.Can not wait to try.Thank you for sharing.Be blessed.
k smith: Yummy!
Sheila Smith: Thanks...Looks Very Good !
jane lopez: Thanks you
Steve Stayton: you do realize i'm sure that you are using a "dry" measuring cup for your oil right? That may make a small difference :) Looks delicious, going to make it now, thank you!
Mary Nielson: I can't wait to try this! Thank you for sharing all your tips. There is a really great bakery near my home and they make the best Lemon bundt cake ever! I think your recipe will be very close to theirs. I wonder if adding some lemon zest would give it too much of a lemon flavor?
Dottie Trufan: Looks delish. Can I make it in individual loaf pans?
evelyn jones: Thanks for sharing
Phat Howard: Will be making this Christmas 2015
Lisa Moss: Do i Have to use sour cream
africanqueen555: What is the core that you take out of the eggs?
T Israel: this looks really good gonna try it ...thanks for the upload
Pennie Hartsfield: thank u it was awesome.
How to make a Moist Lemon Pound Cake from Betty Crocker Lemon Cake Mix5
out of 5