Lemon Layer Cake

April 17, 2008 at 8:53 am | Posted in Dessert | 11 Comments
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I made this Lemon Layer Cake in honor of LiveStrong Day. LiveSTRONG is part of the Lance Armstrong Foundation working to help fight cancer and encouraging all to live life to the fullest.

This Lemon Layer Cake is a six layer white cake with luscious lemon curd filling. You can find the recipe at America’s Test Kitchen, just make sure to bake it in three 9-inch wide cake pans.

This Lemon Layer Cake is being served up for the LiveSTRONG With a Taste of Yellow event is being hosted by Winos And Foodies.



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  1. Very nice Karen! And you even have a bracelet!

  2. more layers = more places for filling. nice. 🙂

  3. Looks very lovely, and it’s a perfectly wonderful event to participate in!

  4. Oh, that looks so good…*_* I can almost smell it!

  5. Yum! Beautiful photos and what a great event to raise cancer awareness. Nice job.

  6. The cake sounds fabulous. Great photo.Thanks for supporting LiveSTRONG With A Taste Of Yellow.

  7. Hi- I am enjoying my visits to your blog and all that good food you make. Seeing how far and fast you run on your treadmill blows my mind, it takes me 20 minutes to run a mile!! I wanted to share this award with you as a compliment to your fine cooking and goal to Do Better! It is the Blogging with a Purpose award- you can see your blog written up on my site

  8. This looks great! I love lemon cake.

  9. I love the wonderful yellow color! Beautiful!

  10. That looks so beautiful. I love the photo with the bracelet on top. Very nice. The yellow is so nice.

  11. wow what a scrummy looking cake!

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