Theme Red 3 Recipes : Pound cake with cranberries (2)

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This cake recipe, so flavorful and moist. Perfect for any occasions! 

There are lot of pound cake recipes. The name “pound cake” refers to a type of cake traditionally made with a pound of each ingredients : flour, sugar, butter and eggs. But using these ingredients  may also called a pound cake. Because our theme is RED, we use cranberries for this cake! Honestly we don’t really like cranberry, because it has this bitter taste. But these berries are super healthy! Lots of vitamin C, fiber and vitamin E. And with the cake its Yum. Of course you can use any other fruits you prefer like blueberry, also delicious! We love this recipe!

Ingredients :

240 gram butter
300 gram sugar
2 Tablespoons orange zest
3 eggs
½ teaspoon vanilla
180 ml cup buttermilk
350 gram fresh cranberries
320 gram flour
2 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt

Directions:

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees
  2. Cover pan with parchment paper
  3. Beat the butter, sugar and orange zest for about 5 min
  4. Keep mixing and add the eggs one at a time, per egg about  1 min
  5. Add the buttermilk, flour, baking powder, vanilla and salt to the egg mixture
  6. Add the fresh cranberries to the mix

Pour the batter in the pan and bake 55 min to 60 min

Make sure to keep an eye on it.

ingredients

mixing

crush cranberries

baking

Pound cake

cake 1

Check our other 2 red themed recipes! Gooey red velvet cupcake and red velvet fudge.

 

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52 responses to “Theme Red 3 Recipes : Pound cake with cranberries (2)

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    • Hello Red Velvet Snow! Thank you so much for your nice comment! We really love this recipe, because its so moist and not dry! Maybe because of the buttermilk 🙂 And using orange zest, makes this cake so fresh! Xoxo

  2. Looks like it turned out nicely. Sounds like a delicious recipe. Ladies Prism is coming soon to romance the world. Scotian Breeze is the movement, and Treasure Words, Collect Figures is the movement. History in the making; stay tuned.

    • Hello Miriam, how are you? Thank you for your sweet comment, glad you like this post. Cranberries and using orange zest makes this cake so fresh and delicious! 🙂

    • Hi Sue! Glad you like this post! Yes, this recipe is great! And your welcome, we didn’t know this either, but after some research, we thought let share this info hihi.

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  5. I like the look of this cake and recently discovered how tasty cranberries are in recipes. I might well have to give this one a try. 😉

    • Hi Kitty! Thank you. We are sure you will love this one. Its so moist and this orange flavor in it with the cranberries makes it a good match. Let us know how it went 😀

  6. that looks and feels so sumptuous. Would want to try making desserts of these kinds soon. Thank you for enjoying my post. Please help me spread the word out for the Food Trail and share the Gastronomic experience with the like-minded people. Have a great weekend. Cheers !

    • Hi Janaknmistry! Thank you, we are sure you will love this cake! You have a great blog, nice post you have there. You too have a great weekend. Thanks for stopping by 😀

    • Hi Brilliantviewpoint! Your welcome and thank you so much for your compliment! Pound cake always has this tender, moist texture than the regular cakes. Especially if you use fruits in it. And to be honest, we don’t have a recipe for a dryer version of a pound cake. But we would love to try this version as well hihi. So we are going to do some research, and we will let you know if we hav a dry pound cake recipe! Btw, thanks for stopping by our blog. Xoxo

      • Hi Cewinta — Nice to hear from you. Oh, I like moist pound cake too and am looking forward to trying your recipe. I also like the pound cakes that are a little dryer, because my mother is from Italy and their cakes tend to be dryer. My mother was not much of a baker; otherwise, I could have shared a cake recipe with you. Thanks for sharing.

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