Friday, June 19, 2009

Summer of Cake - Part Two

You've waited so long. I know it's been hard, but I promise this cake is worth the wait. So, without further delay, I give you:

Teri's Lemon Cake

This is it you say? Foolish, foolish reader! Don't you know that a cake cannot be judged by a picture? Trust Annie on this! Teri's Lemon Cake is oh so lemony. It's beyond those lemon bars. It will ravish your taste buds and you'll beg for more. I know this because it happens every time I make it. They always ask for seconds. Preachers, teachers, mom's and dad's, they always want a second slice of Lemon Cake. Ahhhh, beloved Lemon cake! Thank you dear Teri for sharing this amazing, crowd pleasing cake.

The key ingredient is something you just might already have in your kitchen.

Teri's Lemon Cake

1 pkg lemon gelatin 3oz
1 cup boiling water (dissolve gelatin and let cool)
4 eggs
3/4 cup veg. Oil
1 pkg lemon cake mix

Beat eggs, oil, and dissolved gelatin - add cake mix and blend at med speed for two minutes.

Bake 350 degrees for 30-45 min.


Blend well 2 cups powdered sugar and 1/2 lemon juice.

Poke small holes with toothpick into top of cake. Pour lemon juice mixture slowly over cake.

Gently spread with back of spoon until all juice is evenly spread over-cake (let some run down the side of cake)

Serve cold

The Singer llllooovvveeedd her some lemon cake!

Bake it. Eat it. You know you want to!

Then come back and leave me some sugar.


tootie said...

I'm a lucker for lemon-flavored desserts. Looks delish!

Patti said...

you can leave a slice on the floor for's where i'm spending all of my time these days.

amy said...

Looks easy and yummy!!!

Bee and Rose said...

Thank you for sharing this recipe! My dad would LOVE this! I think I will give it a go for July 4th!