Vanilla Pound Cake – Ice Cream-like

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Vanilla pound cake---- ice cream-like texture Practice

Please refer to the tips below before making it

Pound cake, also known as cream cake, is a common basic cake. The status of pound cake in the cake world is the same as vanilla ice cream in the ice cream world. Pound cake originated in England in the 18th century. A pound cake at the time consisted of only four equal parts: 1 pound of sugar, 1 pound of flour, 1 pound of eggs, and 1 pound of butter. Because each ingredient accounts for 1/4, it was spread to France, and similar cakes were also called quarter cakes.

The recipe for this cake comes from “Mr. Kojima’s Cake Teacher”, because it uses fermented butter and vanilla pods, and the butter is fully whipped, making the cake very delicate. It melts in your mouth and even tastes like vanilla ice cream.

The amount of the recipe is the amount of one rabbit lily pound cake mold, you can adjust the amount according to the size of your own mold.


fermented butter100g
powdered sugar100g
Low-gluten flour100g
vanilla pod1/4 root
baking powder1g
water (for syrup)50g
Caster sugar (for syrup)10g
vanilla pod

Vanilla Pound Cake – Ice Cream-Like Taste

  1. Return the butter to room temperature to the point where you can poke your fingers into the butter.

  2. Put butter, powdered sugar, and vanilla seeds into the mixing bowl and press evenly with a spatula. Switch to an electric mixer and beat on high speed for five minutes. The head wire of the mixer is next to the wall of the pot and stirs in large circles at the speed of one second or two weeks.

  3. Stir until the resistance in the basin is reduced and the butter turns white and expands like a cream. Then pour the eggs into the basin four times, and beat at high speed for two minutes each time.

  4. The bottom of the basin is exposed when the butter is finished, and the volume of the butter doubles, making it slippery and shiny. The butter basically sticks together into a fluffy and creamy consistency. If the state is close to liquid, it can be cooled by ice water, then remove the ice water and stir for a while to become creamy. At this point preheat the oven to 190 degrees.

  5. Sift in the flour and baking powder. Insert the knife at the two o’clock position, scrape the spatula to the eight o’clock position, lift it up when it is loaded with a large amount of butter paste, and quickly flip the spatula to shake off the butter paste. Then, after repeated stirring 30 times, the flour basically disappeared, and the stirring was continued for 60 times until the batter appeared glossy as a whole.

  6. Put the cake batter into the mold and put it in a preheated oven at 170 degrees for about 40 minutes. After 20 minutes of baking, use a knife dipped in water to cut a slit in the middle of the cake. Please adjust the time and temperature according to your own mold size and oven habits.

  7. Make the syrup while baking the cake. Heat all the ingredients for syrup in a small pot until it boils and cook for a minute or two.

  8. The cake is baked and unmoulded. Brush the surface of the cake with a brush dipped in syrup before cooling. Be sure to brush all the syrup into the cake, then wrap in plastic wrap and store in the refrigerator.


1. It tastes better with fermented butter. I used the Isney Butter Roll myself and it was delicious. The President’s unsalted butter rolls are also great.
2. The butter must be fully softened. Now that the temperature is relatively low, you can use a hair dryer to blow the butter a little first, and then use an electric egg beater to whisk at the fastest speed.
3. The eggs are heated to 20 to 30 degrees in advance.
4. It is best to add the powdered sugar in two times, after the first addition and beat for dozens of seconds, then add another time. Also, no sugar reduction is strongly recommended. Don’t cut sugar, don’t cut sugar.
5. The butter should be completely beaten. If you are not sure, you can follow the time in the book. Before adding the eggs, beat for about five minutes, and then add the eggs for about two minutes each time before adding the next time.
6. Eggs must be added in batches, three to four times. If you add too many eggs at one time, the oil and water will separate easily.
7. The batter of the pound cake must be mixed in place, and the finished cake batter should be very shiny. According to the stirring method in the book, the dry powder will not be seen after about 30 times, and then continue to stir for 60 times, for a total of 90 times.
8. After roasting, it can keep its sweet taste from the day to a week. Store in the refrigerator and return to room temperature when serving. If stored properly, it can be stored for 20 days.


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