Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A rich sweet cake, so named because its principal ingredients are measured by the pound.
- n. Alternative form of pound cake.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A kind of rich, sweet cake; -- so called from the ingredients being used by pounds, or in equal quantities.
- n. rich loaf cake made of a pound each of butter and sugar and flour
“Mark being Mark, he immediately thinks (hopes) that "poundcake" is code for something dirty.”
“I love Bakewise, and the idea of this poundcake is stellar.”
“I bought some dried lavender over the weekend for baking into a poundcake, which is something I'd never tried before.”
“I will bake him a lemon poundcake and take it to him and his wife they're parents of my daughter's friend and thank him.”
“Her early books focused mostly on chocolate; in her 1994 "Chocolate and the Art of Low-Fat Desserts," she developed lower-calorie recipes for indulgent-tasting chocolate mousse, poundcake and cheesecake.”
“Can't wait to see about your whipped cream poundcake later, but as for now, that chocolate peppermint chocolate chip bundt cake sounds out of this world good.”
“I must say ... it did need butter, it reminded me of Sara Lee frozen poundcake - if thats what you like, then this recipe is for you.”
“You'll also pay less than you would in Manhattan for treats such as caff latte and lemon poundcake.”
“Because the shop's hours start early, morning commuters can pick up doughnuts, individual coffeecakes, poundcake slices, biscotti, brownies and sugar cookies.”
“First, he ate a plate of sandwiches; then he ate a handsomely iced poundcake; then he gobbled a dish of chicken salad, after which he ate a roast pig; after that a quantity of blancmage; then he threw in several glasses of punch to fortify his appetite, and finished his monstrous repast with a roast turkey.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘poundcake’.
Looking for tweets for poundcake.