Sour Cream Pound Cake Recipe is a simple classic and always a crowd-pleaser! It’s creamy and smooth on the inside with a crispy crust on the outside and top. I love that!
This buttery cake is great with fresh fruit, fruit sauce, cool whip, caramel, chocolate or plain. It’s very versatile; this is one reason I like it for potlucks and parties. You can serve a Pound Cake Bar with various toppings and everyone will be happy!
This Sour Cream Pound Cake Recipe is another classic Pound Cake recipe I’ve made for my Pound Cake series. You can get all the recipes here.
Sour Cream Pound Cake Recipe Tips
- Always use real butter in pound cake recipes unless the recipe specifically gives you a substitution
- Use good quality ingredients. Premium flour, butter, and vanilla especially. It really does make a difference in taste
- The standard in any recipe is to use Grade A Large eggs. If you use a smaller egg use this guide for substitutions
HOW DO YOU STORE LEFTOVER POUND CAKE
I recommend storing leftover pound cake on the counter at room temperature in an airtight container. I usually wrap it in plastic wrap or cut it in slices and keep it on a covered cake plate. It will last anywhere from 3 to 4 days at room temperature.
CAN I FREEZE POUND CAKE?
Pound cake freezes nicely. Wrap it up tightly with aluminum foil or plastic freezer wrap and store it in the freezer for 4 to 6 months.
You may enjoy these pound cakes
- Butter Beer Pound Cake
- Coffee Cake Pound Cake
- Orange Creamsicle Pound Cake
- Sheet Pan Pound Cake
- Can I Bake a Pound Cake in a 9×13-inch Pan?
Sour Cream Pound Cake Recipe
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- Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.
- Add eggs one at a time beating each one in before adding the next. Stop the mixer and scrape the sides. Mix to combine.
- Stir in sour cream.
- Stir in vanilla. Stop the mixer and scrape the sides. Combine again.
- Spoon batter into prepared pan.
- Bake 325°f for 80 to 85 minutes. I always like to start testing at 75 minutes. Carefully insert a long wooden pick into the center of the cake. The cake is done when dry crumbs or no crumbs stick to the pick. (I recommend you Calibrate your Oven once a year so that the time showing is the actual temperature inside. The cooking time stated is for my oven and my pan both affect cooking time. Therefore, I recommend you watch your cake closely the first time you bake this recipe. Make notes for when you make it again. As well as using the toothpick test to determine when a cake is done, you may want to get this cake thermometer. It is done when the cake reads 210°F
- When you remove the cake from the oven, run a thin knife around the edge. Then place the cake (in the pan) on a wire rack.
- Allow the cake to cool in the pan on a wire rack for 20 to 25 minutes before inverting on a tray to cool completely.