With just a slight bit of lemony sweetness from the glaze, the glaze is a great complement to the base. I’m pretty sure that nothing would be better than making this great recipe, tucking it into a fabric-lined basket, and heading over to a neighbor’s house or a good friends, or anyone else who could use a bit of cheering! Pair it with a cup of good coffee from a local coffee shop and you have got it made. Just don’t expect too many leftovers. Although it kept pretty well for the three days it lasted in our house, one slice of this proved irresistible.
Our family enjoyed it so much that it didn’t last long enough to share with the neighbor! Maybe next time. I think I’ll be making this recipe for Lemon Poppy Seed Cake many times over. If you want your glaze to look pretty, make sure that you don’t add too much milk to the powdered sugar. You can always add more milk but you can never subtract! Wait until the cake cools or it will melt and turn into thin, ugly little rivers instead of the fetching thicker drizzles. Not that I know this from experience or anything. I would never rush in and throw a glaze on a cake while it was still far too warm. Sarcasm aside, you need to bake this one. This recipe is from The Perfect Pantry.com.
Lemon Poppy Seed Cake Recipe
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