Pecan Pie Pound Cake !

















INGREDIENTS:
4 sticks butter
4 cups sugar
4 cups flour (cake or all purpose)
8 large eggs
8 oz. cream cheese
2 to 3 tsp of vanilla flavoring
1 cup pecans, chopped
1 cup brown sugar
1 jar of caramel ice cream topping

INSTRUCTIONS:
Leave cream cheese, butter, and eggs out to reach room temperature.
In mixer, cream butter, cream cheese, and sugar until smooth. Add eggs, one at a time. Then, add flour, one cup at a time. Last, add vanilla flavoring.

Grease and flour tube/bundt pan and pour in batter. Pour in batter first, then sprinkle pecans and brown sugar on top (a cup or little more of each). Lightly press into the batter.

Bake at 300 degrees for 1 hour and 15 minutes. (You may want to tent the top with foil to keep the nuts from scorching.) Then, increase the temperature to 325 degrees and bake for an additional 30 minutes. Test the cake with a fork or wooden skewer to check for doneness. The utensil should come out dry and clean (no batter). Bake 5 more minutes if not quite done.

Remove from the oven and allow a few minutes to cool before removing from pan. When you invert onto a plate, you may lose a few nuts, but most will bake into the top layer of crust. Then, turn the cake onto another plate so that the nuts are on top. Drizzle with jar of caramel ice cream topping. Heat from the cake will make the caramel melt over the pecans. Enjoy!

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45 commentaires:

  1. How much cream cheese? Not listed in ingredients but listed in instructions.

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  2. How much cream cheese? Not listed in ingredients but listed in instructions.

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  3. It is listed, right after the eggs, an 8oz pkg.

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  4. Pecans & brown sugar not listed in the ingredients?!?!

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  5. So if it's browning too much I'm to increase the temperature??? Where did these instructions come from?? Where is the original recipe? I'd really like to see that one.

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    1. You bake it for 1 hour at 300, THEN turn the oven to 325 and bake for 30 minutes more.

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    1. In instructions, she says about a cup of each, give or take a bit.

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  7. The original pound cake recipe was a pound of butter, a pound of sugar, a lb of plain flour and flavoring. Looks like she added cream cheese and a topping of brown sugar and pecans like you bake a pineapple upside down cake. I would put at least a stick and a half of melted butter in the bottom of the pan, top with pecans before pouring cake batter in. Timing sounds about right. Bake slow and low.

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  8. Very poor recipe. Waste of time

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  9. I followed recipe to the T and OMG this cake is amazing! I dont understand what all the confusion is about. Jus look and read and ut explains it self perfectly. I did have to add an additional cook time of 30 mins but all ovens varry.

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  10. The icing looks white not brown like caramel??????

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    1. apparently "clip art" from a recipe for a different cake.

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  11. What is the white frosting in the picture?

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  12. Looks delicious and I'm going to try this soon!

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  13. Looks delicious and I'm going to try this soon!

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  14. I saw that same copyrighted picture on Pinterest, for a lemon pound cake!

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  15. Where is recipe for the glaze ?

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    1. glaze apparently is bottled caramel sauce

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  16. The way this recipe is written reminds me of the old recipe books I collect from home cooks.

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  17. This looks delicious and I plan to make it at the end of the month.

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  18. Big waste of ingredients and time !!

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  19. what about icing or glaze that is in the pic, I know it says drizzle with Carmel after on plate, but the pic has a glaze on it

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  20. I have made this from this recipe and it is DELISH!

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  21. If people would read the instructions as printed, they would find the answers to all their stupid questions! Go the site it tells you for full instructions and Voilà... the answers are there! Smdh

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    1. Maybe there is a different site? The recipe and instructions above do not even mention pecans, either in the ingredients or the instructions. This seems to only be for a very yummy pound cake. I would like to try it with the pecan pie part included. It is not in the recipe on this page.

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  22. So yet another possible stupid question? So apparently the cake ends upside (so the pecans end up on top) down rather than as it would with a traditional bundt or tube cake?

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    1. Where do you even see pecans in the recipe above??

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  23. This sounds like an old recipe. I may have to try it out on my buncha cake zombies! lol Thanks for sharing.

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  24. Why do you people complain about everything. If you like the cake male it if you don't like it try something else. Don't try to make it look like something is wrong with the recipe.

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  25. Why do you people complain about everything. If you like the cake male it if you don't like it try something else. Don't try to make it look like something is wrong with the recipe.

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  26. my arteries are hardening just looking at the recipe, but YUM!! what a way to go!

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  27. Where is the recipe for the glaze???

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  28. There is no mention anywhere regarding the topping (pecans, brown sugar, ?) Is this prepared afterwards and drizzled over the warm cake or is it prepared like pineapple upside down cake? ...and I have been to the site and read the instructions.

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  29. I'm curious where you find a 10-foot angel food cake pan ... not to mention an oven big enough to fit it! FYI -- 10' is 10 feet; 10" is 10 inches.

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  30. Why is it called "Pecan pie pound cake" if there isn't any pecans in the ingredients??!??

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  31. This cake looks soooo delicious! I am so hungry for it now! The icing looks so scrumptious and the size of the cake is so fabulous! I wish I could have a piece right this instant and always! smile emoticon:) I will follow this recipe for surely! Thank You Carolyn! With love and prayers, Darlene

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  32. The cake was delicious, but there are a few problems with the recipe. Be warned this is not a photo of the cake in this recipe! It took me an additional 30 minutes to bake. The recipe is missing 1 cup pecans, chopped, 1 cup brown sugar, and 1 jar of caramel ice cream topping. (The ingredient list did include cream cheese, but it was hard to see -- it's an 8 oz. package.)

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