A lot of delectable desserts come in the form of lemon cakes. From Lemon Icebox Cake to Lemon-Lime Cake to Poppy Seed Cake with Lemon Glaze, lemon offers a light and refreshing taste to cakes.See Popular Lemon Cake Recipes
Add a special touch and fresh citrus zing to a cake mix treat. Fork-poking and pouring sweetened lemon juice over a baked Betty Crocker® cake is the delicious secret.
The original recipe for Ryan Hardy's delicious citrusy, nutty, and dense cake comes from London's River Cafe restaurant. He substitutes olive oil for some of the butter and insists that it be served with tangy creme fraiche and an espresso.
This tender lemon cake was inspired by one favored by Manhattan socialites of the '70s.
This beautiful three layer cake is elegantly light and beautiful to serve for a wedding or baby shower or for summer entertaining.
Stir up Betty Crocker® Gluten Free yellow cake mix with fresh lemon to create delicious cupcakes.
"The lemon-poppy seed combo is classic," says Vinny Dotolo. "When I was a kid, I ate lemon-poppy seed muffins for breakfast and with ice cream for dessert." Now he turns the pairing into lovely cakes: They have a tender cakey layer on the bottom, a luscious curd-like layer on top and poppy-seed creme fraiche to finish the whole thing off.
Serve these individual cups at a spring party or when entertaining.
Ideal for a decadent breakfast or sweet dessert, this Lemon-Berry Coffee Cake is THE way to welcome fresh, seasonal berries back to your table.
A small amount of dried lavendar makes a big impact in the flavor of these light single-serving pudding cakes. You can bake in any 6-ounce oven-safe dishes try heart-shaped molds for Valentine's Day or anniversaries.
Spring makes me have lemon cake on the brain, but not just any old lemon cake. I'm talking about three super-citrusy layers smothered with lemon frosting. This is not a new craving.
Olive oil keeps the cake layers nice and firm, yet the creamy lemon frosting makes this dessert still feel light as air.