Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Toffee Pecan Caramel Pound Cake

Toffee Pecan Caramel Pound Cake - You have to check out this cake!  Are you a fan of Pinterest?   I love Pinterest and that's where I saw the recipe for this cake.  Here's the link back to the original post.  Go over and look at her photos and I think you'll agree.   I couldn't wait to make this cake and shove it in my mouth   taste it.

It's extremely easy to mix up....




It took almost 90 minutes to bake.  My problem with Bundt pans is always getting the cakes out in one piece.  The recipe tells you to grease and flour the heck out of the pan, which I did, and it still stuck to the pan.  Most of the cake came out in one piece, but a little of the top of it stayed in the pan.  I just picked it out and slapped it back on top of the cake.... 


Then I did what I do best - covered it up and made it pretty with some sprinkled powdered sugar.  Doesn't that look nice?  You can barely tell....



Here's the link to the original recipe for the Creamy Caramel Sauce.  You do not want to omit the sauce.  I was seriously sneaking spoonfuls of the sauce and just eating the sauce.... by itself....  I'm kind of nutty that way.  I bet it would taste really good over ice cream altho I don't know if it's going to last long enough around here to actually make it on top of some ice cream.  We'll see.




The recipe calls for pouring the Caramel Sauce over the whole cake, but I was afraid that would make it mushy and kind of gross after a day or two.  So I just made the sauce and let everyone pour as much as they wanted on their individual pieces of cake.  Altho some people who shall remain nameless took way more than their fair share of the caramel sauce.  Just saying....


In the meantime, go make this cake - It's excellent!  I think I'll go eat another piece.

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16 comments:

  1. Hi Kim! Oh, I love pound cake and this sounds wonderful! I want to wish you and your family a blessed Thanksgiving.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

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    1. Thank you Shelia. Enjoy your first Thanksgiving in your new home - I wish you many blessings! xo

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    1. Exactly! Happy Thanksgiving to you and Becky! xo

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    1. Oh, it is - highly recommend it! Happy Thanksgiving!

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    1. A perfect recuperating snack. :-) Happy Thanksgiving!

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  5. Oh wow - that looks wonderful! I will definitely have to make this for the family!
    I laughed out loud when I read your first paragraph. you are so funny! xo

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  6. Yummmmm! I'm pretty sure an involuntary whimper escaped my throat when you got to putting caramel sauce over ice cream.

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    1. Happy Thanksgiving! I haven't gotten that far with it yet either. LOL.

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  7. That looks so good! It's nice to try new recipes for the holidays. I made yeast rolls....and cinnamon rolls today! Happy Thanksgiving my friend! Sweet hugs, Diane

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    1. Oh, those sound good - you may have to share some recipes. Happy Thanksgiving! xo

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