Cream Cheese-Coconut-Pecan Pound Cake

  • Furies Posted: 11/17/08
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    I made this cake for an office Christmas party and received outstanding reviews from the entire office. Unlike some other reviews, I loved the consistency and it was not too much flour. My partner loved it so much that she asked for me to make it again this Christmas. I think it will probably become a Christmas standard in my house.

  • MissDish Posted: 12/07/08
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    Made this cake as written and garnished the serving platter with rosemary and dried cranberries. The baking time seems off... I thought the cake was a little dry and I took it out after 1 hour 15 minutes. Will make again and will check the cake after 45 minutes. Thank you. It looked beautiful.

  • Robin910 Posted: 01/08/09
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    This is the driest cake - it crumbles when you cut it -it is so dry - I was so disappointed. The icing hardened and flaked off of the cake. It would be better to split the batter between two bundt pans and double the icing to make two smaller cakes. The flavor is good but I now wonder if anyone tests the recipes before they are published.

  • dessertlover100 Posted: 02/06/09
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    Best pound cake you'll ever put in your mouth. Truly wonderful and very EASY to make!

  • DianneH Posted: 03/17/09
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    Wonderful cake - easy to fix

  • CinInGa Posted: 12/24/09
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    Just made this cake, and was especially wary of the dryness issues mentioned. The key: Coarsely chop the pecans (see photo). If you chop the pecans too much, they become powdery and soak up the moisture from the cake. I chopped mine too much... but still, the taste is wonderful, and with coffee, it's still delicious. But DO make coffee :)

  • shawana22 Posted: 12/13/10
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    Oh my goodness!!!!! I have been looking for this recipe for years. I made this cake 3 years ago for Christmas and everyone loved it. It was Fantastic. The density, texture, and flavor were all to our liking. This was the first cake I had ever made from scratch and everyone was impressed. The icing was a fabulous presentation. I did add some extra pecans and coconut on top. I am excited about making this cake again for Christmas!!

  • awparadoxx Posted: 04/07/11
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    I made this cake for Christmas and I received rave reviews. I love the combination of pecans and coconut. What could be better?

  • sherrie521 Posted: 11/20/11
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    does anyone have the frosting to the coconut cream cheese pound cake. i have searched everywhere, thanks

  • 1CouplesKitchen Posted: 12/28/12
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    This cake is fantastic! We added a teaspoon or two of bourbon to the icing as well. Be sure to watch the cake towards the end of the cooking time as well as to not over bake. For a full review and pics check out our blog: http://onecoupleskitchen.blogspot.com/2012/12/bourbon-coconut-cream-cheese-pound-cake.html

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