Virtually delicious!

This month the Cooking Light Virtual Supper Club enjoyed a meal made with fresh herbs.  I decided to bring a dessert and went with Pound Cake with Lemon Basil Glaze.  The pound cake turned out wonderfully – it was light and had an awesome texture.  The glaze was definitely different but not unenjoyable!  If your looking for a tasty but different dessert – this is a definite way to go.  I took this to our memorial day family gathering.  About half of it was eaten that day (there were several desserts that day) – however, when I arrived at mom and dad’s the next day – it was all gone and I was very disappointed!  I am almost ashamed to say how much baked cupcakes, cakes, quick bread, pie and ice cream was consumed in the last 3 days!  Egads!  Good thing at least one of the recipes was from Cooking Light eh? 

 The rest of our virtual meal consisted of:

Basil Parmesan Dip and Garlic Herb Dip – Jamie of Mom’s Cooking Club
Chicken Stuffed with Herbs – Sandi of Whistlestop Cafe
Olive and Asiago Rolls – Val of More than Burnt Toast
Risotto with Fresh Mozzarella, Grape Tomatoes and Basil – Pasty of Family, Friends and Food
Pound Cake with Lemon-Basil Glaze – Shelby of The Life & Loves of Grumpy’s Honeybunch
(links will take you to other member sites while the link to my recipe will take you to myrecipes.com)
Thanks to all of my virtual friends for joining in!  Come join us next month for our virtual Barbecue!

Comments

  1. says

    I am captivated by the sound of lemon basil glaze…I really want to start adding herbs into my baked goods. This looks fabulous!

  2. says

    A perfect slice of pound cake to end a meal. Yes, herbs with a dessert does sound different but thanks for introducing it to everyone.

  3. says

    Oh, this sounds fabulous! I love using fresh herbs with sweets. Have an old recipe for a rosemary pound cake where the herb is steeped in milk before adding to the batter. A quite unique preparation. Thanks for sharing this one!

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