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Lemon Sprinkle

cewcooks

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I did not see a post about this so I have to share how I used the sprinkle, I make a cake for a co workers b day, I put some in the batter, and ontop of the icing and everyone loved it, they asked for the icing recipe and all I did was add the lemon sprinkle and they thought it was homemade....

next I will be trying those lemon drop cookies!
 

esavvymom

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Nice idea!! Thanks for sharing!
 

Jolie_Paradoxe

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Nice...thanks! Think I'll use the frosting tip over lemon poppyseed cake!
 

ChefBeckyD

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Nice...thanks! Think I'll use the frosting tip over lemon poppyseed cake!

Mmmmm - I have a great recipe for a lemon poppyseed bread w/ a lemon glaze. I bet the lemon sprinkle would be wonderful on top of it!
 

esavvymom

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Mmmmm - I have a great recipe for a lemon poppyseed bread w/ a lemon glaze. I bet the lemon sprinkle would be wonderful on top of it!

Make sure you share that recipe sometime you have a free moment! I'm trying to find recipes for these sprinkles and sauces, and that sounds delicious!
 

ChefBeckyD

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Make sure you share that recipe sometime you have a free moment! I'm trying to find recipes for these sprinkles and sauces, and that sounds delicious!

Bobbi - I'll post the recipe - maybe tomorrow? It's funny, because I got the recipe from someplace else, and the name of it is "Becky's Famous Lemon Bread"....but it's not me. That was the name of it when it was given to me. :D

It is really yummy though. My little guy LOVES it!
 

Jolie_Paradoxe

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Oh please do share! I LOVE Lemon Poppyseed cake....I have a good one too, need to dig it up.
 

ChefBeckyD

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Oh please do share! I LOVE Lemon Poppyseed cake....I have a good one too, need to dig it up.

When you say cake - is that the same as bread? Do you make it in a loaf pan, or as an actual cake? Mine is like a Tea Bread - so maybe we need to share both recipes! :D
 

Jolie_Paradoxe

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Mine is for Poppy Seed Cake....perfect for our fluted pan. We had this every Saturday night, at the Rectory, while in High School. It was loved by everyone that it was the star recipe in a collaborative cookbook. Here's the recipe, from Rectory Recipes - St. Paul's School:

Serves 24

1 Yellow Cake Mix, plain
1 Vanilla instant pudding mix
1/3 c. Poppy seeds
1 c. Sour Cream
1/2 c. Cream Sherry
1/2 c. Oil
4 eggs
Confectioner's sugar

Preheat oven to 300 degrees. Grease and flour 1 bundt pan. Mix together eggs, sherry, sour cream and oil in mixer bowl. Add cake mix, pudding and poppy seeds. Blend well for 2 minutes. Pour into prepared cake pan and bake 70 to 80 minutes or until done (pulls away from sides of pan). Unmold on rack. Cool completely. Cut into 24 slices, the dust with confectioner's sugar.

I'm going to play with this and see if I can make it a micro cake....hope you love it as much as I remember loving it. :D
 

esavvymom

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Laurie - Ok...maybe a dumb question but what is Cream Sherry?
 

pampered1224

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I do an apple muffin with a cream cheese frosting. I have used the caramel and cinnamon sprinkles in the cream cheese frosting to boost the flavor. If I make a lemon muffin, that same cream cheese frosting with the lemon sprinkles will make them really pop! And no, I will not use the apple sprinkles in the frosting with the apple muffins. To much apple! Maybe for a spice cake though! I think Cream Sherry is a smoother tasting sherry. It would be like comparing Coke to Vanilla Coke. It gets a smoother, sweeter taste with the addition of something. Or like Tequila compared to tequila Rose.
 
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I would love to have the apple recipe and the recipe for the lemon drop cookies! If you could email them to me at [email protected] that would be GREAT!

Thanks!
 
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I would love to have the apple recipe and the recipe for the lemon drop cookies! If you could email them to me at that would be GREAT!
 

legacypc46

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This is not the thread to open and read when you're already hungry! I am going to make the cake recipe this week...and the bread one as well....as I know Becky will get it posted. ;)
 

chefcharity

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Sooooo... any chance you could just cut and paste those recipes into this thread or a new one? I'd love them too! :) or if you have time [email protected]
Thanks!
 

flemings99

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Does anyone else's lemon sprinkle smell odd? My husband and dad think mine smells like saw dust. doesn't have a great smell to it and it also really doesn't taste like much.

Was disappointed b/c all the other sprinkles smell so yummy.
 

doughmama

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does anyone know what the shelf life is for the sprinkles? I looked and unless I missed it, did not see an expiration date but went to use my cinnamon sprinkles but they did not smell good so I threw them out. thanks.
 

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