When will it be over, no more cold weather…..please!!In case you haven’t heard the news, there’s going to be a food bloggers conference in Asheville, NC, July 8th and July 9th, and I’m part of the team bringing it to you!! So those of you within driving distance we expect to see you there! (or you can fly into Charlotte)So let’s get to the real reason everyone is here today, its Guest Post Friday, and today I get to introduce you to Kim from Liv Life. From the very first time I visited Kim’s blog I saw a passion for food in everything she did, and it made me smile…..she was one of us! Her passion is evident in her writing, especially when it comes to her family (say hi to Liv) and her two little guys, Tavo and Kona….
If you have never been to Liv Life before, your in for a treat. But I have to warn you, if your not hungry when you get there, I can promise you Kim’s delicious creations will have your stomach rumbling before your done reading her post!
So my friends, sit back, relax, put your feet up and try not to drool on your keyboard, as I give you…..
Thanks so much for stopping by, and please be sure to head on over to Liv Life and say hello. Just remember to tell Kim, Chef Dennis sent you!
Hi .does it have to be low fat cheese and yogurt ? Thanks . just found this page looking foward to make this and the tiramisu . Look amazing Thanks
Chef Dennis Littley
no you. can use full-fat dairy
Some friends asked that I host the day after Wedding Day Brunch. We just had a tasting brunch this past Sunday to ensure that the bride and groom approved of all the different foods. Among the quiches and shrimp, biscuits and cinnimon rolls this pound cake took the prize.
I am first going to say that I am NOT a baker. But, I am really good at following directions. That being said, there have been several baking recipes lately that have NOT worked as written. I cannot say the same for this one. The only change I made was to use full fat yogurt and cream cheese. It is delicious just as written.
Recipe was spot on, came out beautiful and ohhhh to tasty. The tartness of the lemon and blueberry was a wonderful combination. Thanks so much for the posting. I took some pics with and without icing it was sooo pretty.
I also have used this recipe since 1998 and it is now 2020! (And I still have my tattered copy out of the magazine.) It’s also a hit at the farmer’s market where I sell it. Truth be told, I don’t use low fat butter (really?) and usually plain yogurt and add some lemon yogurt. Tastes better days. Thanks for sharing it again so I can share it with others who ask for it.
Best blueberry pound cake ever! Is it possible to send me the original recipe please? They are both great and I misplaced my copy 2017 holiday season.
Chef Dennis Littley
I’m glad you enjoy the pound cake, unfortunately I don’t have the original from cooking light
I have made this cake many times. One of my favourite recipes.
I made the cake this weekend. It’s definitely a keeper. I did make one small change. I had used sour cream instead of the lemon yogurt. Everybody loved it. Thank you for sharing this recipe! ~ Dawn