Lemon Sheet Cake from Scratch

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You will want to try this Lemon Sheet Cake from Scratch Recipe when you need an easy lemon cake recipe for company and friends. This lemon cake recipes is ideal when you need a sheet cake recipe that you can make in minutes. When the community or your kid’s school calls, this easy lemon cake recipe can bail you out. And this lemon desserts recipes is still made from scratch so you can feel good about that. Nothing can replace an easy lemon cake recipe made from scratch. Blending and mixing ingredients like butter, sugar and eggs simply add up to a lot more flavor and taste in the lemon cake recipe. And this lemon desserts recipes is super easy, and the perfect recipe for a novice baker to start to learn the steps that go into creating a perfect dessert recipe. There are important steps that contribute to a great cake, even from a simple recipe like this one. The lightness and fluffiness of the butter and sugar in this easy lemon cake recipe reflect the amount of air that you are putting into the cake recipe, and that can deeply influence the recipe results. This easy lemon cake recipe is topped with a light glaze or frosting recipe. You can alter the frosting recipe easily to suit your tastes or needs. This particular frosting recipe uses softened cream cheese, which brings some bite to the lemon cake recipe and offers a nice and contrasting tang to the vanilla flavor of this easy lemon cake recipe. Lemon juice is an ingredient that is used in both the lemon cake recipe and in the frosting recipe. If you can, use freshly squeezed lemon juice. You will notice a difference in the taste of this lemon cake recipe.

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Nutrition Facts for: Lemon Sheet Cake from Scratch from Back for Seconds
Ingredients: Unsalted butter, water, lemon juice, granulated sugar, all purpose flour, plain yogurt, eggs, vanilla, salt, baking powder, cornstarch, cream cheese, powdered sugar, lemon juice.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 28 servings *Per Serving Calories 265, Calories from Fat 105, Total Fat 11.7g 18%, Saturated Fat 7.3g 36%, Cholesterol 43mg 14%, Sodium 134mg 6%, Potassium 60mg 2%, Carbohydrates 39.2g 13%, Dietary Fiber 0.3g 1%, Sugars 31.6g, Protein 2.2g, Vitamin A 8%, Vitamin C 5%, Calcium 3%, Iron 3%

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