Well, it isn’t J-E-LL-O, but it sure is pudding. What? Too corny?
Pretty much I am getting you ready for the holidays with the desserts I have made lately. Let me talk to you about this dessert particularly. First, let me give you a little background about me. I don’t like lemon desserts. I know your confused so let me explain my dislike for lemon desserts in more detail. It’s not that I don’t completely dislike lemon desserts, I don’t care for desserts that have a lite lemon flavor. You know, a fluffy taste. However, I love lemon desserts with a tart lemon flavor. Does that make sense? For instance, I don’t like Lemon Meringue Pie, but I love lemon tart bars. I don’t like lemon pudding or custard, but I do like this Lemon Pudding Cake. “What is the difference?”, I’m sure you are wondering. Well, although this cake has a pudding layer at the bottom, there is a cake that bakes on top of it that makes the cake more interesting and almost like you are not eating pudding at all, but a really moist lemon cake. Make sense?
I actually have tried to make this dessert for quite sometime now. I have seen and heard about this dessert at most of my family functions. It goes perfect on a table of soul food dinner options, right next to the Pound Cake, “Sock-It-To-Me-Cake”, and Pecan Pie. It is very lite, fluffy, and “lemony”. Yes I said “lemony”. It’s a word. I promise. So this year for Thanksgiving, you have to give this cake a shot. You can make it in a casserole dish or individual ramekins. If you like gooey and super moist cakes, this cake is great for you.