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  1. I LOVE THIS BUTTER PECAN šŸ° POUND CAKE RECIPE AND CAN’T WAIT TO SEE N TRY OTHERS… THANK YOU

  2. This looks like a good solid recipe for bundt cake, I’m always on the lookout for new bundt cake recipes and I can hardly wait to make this cake this Fall!! Thank you so very much for sharing this awesome recipe!!

  3. What size holes should be ‘poked’ in the cake. Small like a fork or skewer? Or larger holes like a wooden spoon?

    1. Author

      I make smaller holes with a fork because I don’t want to destroy the integrity of the Bundt shape of the cake.

    1. Author

      I don’t know what your opinion of “real sweet” is but in my opinion it is not. My husband doesn’t like cake because of all the sugar sweet taste and this cake isn’t like this. I find the butter pecan glaze that soaks in to be more flavorful than real sweet. Hope that helps.

      1. Thank you so much. I’m going to try it for Thanksgiving.

  4. The holes are made and the sauce is poured on the bottom of the cake since I am using a bunt pan and cake is to be kept in pan when doing this. Is that correct ?

    1. Author

      Yes, poke holes in the cake when you take it out of the oven and while the cake is still in the pan. But don’t poke the holes all the way through the cake. Pour the butter slowly so it soaks through as even as possible.

  5. Wow…really, really good. Easy to make and everyone raved about it.

  6. Oh Jennifer i am so anxious to make this awesome lookibg caje, thanks for posting!!!

  7. Can you do half the recipe and make it in a traditional pound cake pan?

    1. Author

      I don’t know what a traditional pound cake pan is. Do you mean a loaf pan?
      But to answer your question, yes you can half all the ingredients if you need to. Make sure to lower the baking time as well.

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