Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (2024)

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (1)


Rating: 5 stars


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Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (2)


Rating: 5 stars


Love, love, love this recipe. I'm a cake lover!!! Tastes great at room temp and tastes great chilled.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (3)


Rating: 4 stars


This is awesome

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (4)


Rating: 2 stars


I made the following changes, per earlier reviewer's suggestions: swap lemon extract for the vanilla and reduced the sugar by half in the frosting. Curious why fresh lemon juice wasn't used in the recipe, instead of the lemonade concentrate?

To increase the lemon flavor, I will criss cross the top of the cake with CL's lemon curd (which is easy, delicious and affordable to make....also a good use for the lemons left over from this recipe - which only called for the grated rind) and top with mixed berries. Meh, as made.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (5)


Rating: 5 stars


The common complaint amongst most of the three or fewer stars reviews is that this cake "was too dense", "not fluffy/light/airy" as with most other cakes. Well here's a little (not so) secret characteristic of lemonade cake.... It's SUPPOSED to be dense. That what sets it apart from all the other run of the mill cakes out there! Personally, that is what I love MOST about this cake. It feels luxuriously heavy on the palette, like it's actually made of something other than air and sugar, and that heaviness is what leaves a feeling of satisfaction after just one small slice so that seconds are rarely needed in the same sitting. That density is also what makes this such an excellent cake to freeze and save for a later date so that none is ever wasted! My sister had a lemonade cake made for her wedding reception and ended up freezing the leftovers, which we were able to enjoy months later at a family birthday, just as much as we had enjoyed it the first time! Those of you looking for a light and fluffy cake, try approaching this one with a different expectation of the final result, and I think you will be pleasantly surprised! Or just pick a different cake 😋

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (6)


Rating: 5 stars


This is a family favorite despite the lack of chocolate. I use lemon extract instead of vanilla to bump up the citrus tones. I cut the sugar in the frosting by half so the flavor of the cream cheese comes through. The sweet frosting can overpower the lemon so less is better.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (7)


Rating: 5 stars


There are 6 birthdays in one month in my family and I needed a different cake recipe and made this with the frosting. Both were perfect. My entire family ate two slices (and we are all healthy-dieter eaters, so seconds on dessert rarely happens)

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (8)


Rating: 5 stars


I made this for a July birthday party and it got rave reviews. It is a dense, moist cake, and that's what I liked about it. I followed the recipe exactly, but had to bake an extra 5 minutes. The only thing I will do differently if I make it again is line the pans with parchment, because the cakes did release from the pans very well.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (9)


Rating: 1 stars


This recipe is a waste of ingredients. I knew something was wrong when I saw the amount of liquid that was listed but I thought surely you knew what you were doing. I should have read the reviews first,this cake is heavy and the lemon flavor is barely there. Into the trash it goes,you should do the same with this recipe.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (10)


Rating: 1 stars


this cake was heavy and didnt have a very lemoney taste to it.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (11)


Rating: 5 stars


Just made this and it turned out amazing. I used self rising flour was the only change. Perfect!!!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (12)


Rating: 5 stars


I love this cake, the crumb, the lightness and the lemon..... I love that you can halve it easy for a nice dessert for 2 people. I have made this cake many times and once for a birthday I put blackberry filling between the layers and frosted with the icing on the recipe. Everyone loved it...

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (13)


Rating: 5 stars


This cake was a big hit with all the lemon lovers in my family!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (14)


Rating: 1 stars


Sigh. This was supposed to be my birthday cake. I wish that I had read the reviews before I baked it. I wanted it to be a light, fluffy cake, and it was . . . drumroll . . . a dense, over-moist cake. It was cooked all the way through, but "wet" nonetheless. I think 5 minutes is too long to cream the butter mixture. And why do we tap the pans? I feel like that deflated my cakes before they even went into the oven. Also, I ended up with way too much frosting----and wow, it seemed like an enormous amount of powdered sugar. Yuck. Unhappy birthday to me. :(

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (15)


Rating: 3 stars


I need help with this recipe. It sounded so good, I decided to enter into the fair next week. In the past few weeks, I have made it twice. The first time I used all purpose flour, not fluffy enough. Almost as dense as carrot cake and the layers didn't rise like they should. So, I did switch to cake flour. Reading the comments here, if I was to exclude the lemon concentrate, how much extract should I use? Since both the frosting and the cake have the concentrate.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (16)


Rating: 2 stars


Since there are so many dense cake complaints. Here are some adjustments to try for a lighter cake. Use cake flour in place of all purpose. Use lemon extract in place of lemonade concentrate(don't use too much). Use one whole teaspoon of baking soda instead of 1/2 like the recipe says. Leave out one whole egg. Be careful not to over mix the batter. When mixing the batter. Cream just the butter and sugar together until pale and fluffy. THEN mix in the whole egg first then mix in the whites and the zest and lemon extract. Other than that, follow the rest of the recipe for mixing the flour mixture and adding the buttermilk. Just don't sharply tap the cake pans. Be a little gentle. You don't want all your air bubbles to pop. You just need to get the big air bubbles out if any. If your batter is too dry, just add milk in teaspoons until your batter is right.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (17)


Rating: 1 stars


This recipe is so bad and I should have know when they say it needs to be refridgerated. The icing is like liquid and sops all over the place. I know how to bake and I am not very happy about this recipe at all should have read the comments. Everything tastes great the presentation just well. Sucks.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (18)


Rating: 5 stars


This past Easter was my first time making this wonderful cake.I would definately make it again!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (19)


Rating: 1 stars


There is something very wrong with this recipe. Like so many people commented, it did not rise and it was very very dense. What puzzles me is that half of the people who tried it loved it but for the other half it didn't work at all. What's wrong here??

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (20)


Rating: 5 stars


I absolutely adore this cake, and it's been a family favorite since it originally came out! My mom just made it again for my birthday on Saturday, and it was fabulous, with us all angling for the leftovers! It is wonderfully rich-tasting, lemony, sweet, with great icing, but not too heavy at the end of a meal. We often have it for family birthdays, and love it every time. It has the perfect amount of icing on as a layer cake. I don't understand why some people have such difficulty with this cake, as we've never had it fail, it always turns out like the picture, and always tastes like something from a gourmet bakery or Starbucks. Maybe overbeating? Leavening past their prime? Less than careful measuring or packing down flour? Rushing due to waiting til the last minute, making mistakes? Substitutions? Miscalculations? So much can go wrong with baking, even when you"followed the recipe exactly"! If you love lemons, try this cake! Follow the recipe carefully, and it'll come out perfectly!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (21)


Rating: 1 stars


I would describe this cake in one word: horra-awful. That's horrible and awful put together. Seriously. As others have already said, this recipe makes a thick, spongy goo and the flavor is downright nasty. What a waste of time and ingredients. Run away!!!!!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (22)


Rating: 5 stars


I make this cake every summer. Perfect!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (23)


Rating: 5 stars


This is one of the best cakes of all time -- always a hit when I make it. It's moist, flavor-full, sweet and tart, perfect in summer and delicious all year round. Has anyone tried it as cupcakes?

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (24)


Rating: 5 stars


Do you need to change anything for high altitude???

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (25)


Rating: 5 stars


I made this for a summer party and it was perfect! I overheard guests at the party talking about how delicious it was. Yes, the cake was dense as reviewers noted; however, it wasn't offensively so. I did not have any issue with cook time - in fact, I pulled mine 5 minutes early. I did adjust the powdered sugar down a bit in the frosting (only because I only had two cups & was too lazy to go to the store), so there's plenty of wiggle room with it still tasting amazing.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (26)


Rating: 5 stars


Just made this cake for my husband's birthday. After reading the reviews I doubled the baking powder and I did half vanilla and half lemon extract. I also added 1 TBS of fresh lemon juice to the cake and the rest, about a TBS + 1tsp, of the fresh juice to the frosting along with lemon extract instead of vanilla. It baked and was done in exactly 20 minutes. The results were outstanding! It looked just the like the photo and the texture was moist and decadent. I'm not sure why some people had to throw theirs away. If you know how to bake and follow the directions to make it well......it's a piece of cake. I did mine from start to frosted on the plate in about 1 1/2 hours. Recipe is definately a keeper.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (27)


Rating: 4 stars


I made this cade for a family gathering. I had several compliments and requests for the recipe. I thought it was delicious and you can never go wrong with cream cheese icing!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (28)


Rating: 5 stars


Just made it for the first time and I didn't have any problems. The cake turned out perfect. It cooked a little longer than 20 minutes but that was the least of my worries. I added a little more cream cheese to the frosting, but that is just how I like it. Also I put strawberries inside my middle layer and around the edge of the cake. Gave it a little something extra. This has become a family favorite and a great summer dessert!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (29)


Rating: 5 stars


This turned out fantastic! I actually made little individual cakes ( pinch bigger than a cupcake, more mini-bundt cake size). They turned out super. I did have to bake them for a few min. longer than the recipe calls for ( could be my oven?). I used almost every oz of the icing because it was soooo good, the 5-6 tblspoons that were left were consumed by yours truly as a treat with a cup of coffee a few nights later. Pure heaven! The only thing I'd change next time is I'd add more lemon to both the cake and to the icing next time, lemon flavor was great but I'd personally like it a bit more lemony. Rave reviews from family.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (30)


Rating: 1 stars


very dense, but moist. lemon flavor is not apparent. different type of instructions for regular layer cake, maybe that is why it is so heavy

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (31)


Rating: 5 stars


My sister-in-law makes this occasionally. It is truly my favorite cake!! So moist, dense cake.....and frosting beyond belief!!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (32)


Rating: 1 stars


My cake turned out just like the picture. However, I didn't care for the texture, sort of heavy/sticky and the icing was too sweet for my taste. Won't make this one again.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (33)


Rating: 5 stars


I made this 3 days ago and everyone requested I make another one for Easter dinner. It's really, really good. I didn't have a problem with it falling. We loved the density and the flavor. YUM!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (34)


Rating: 5 stars


This was a big hit at my house! I made this recipe for a family dinner and my 30 yr old son, who hates cake, ate 2 slices and asked to take the leftover cake home. Everyone else loved it as well. This is in my favorite dessert file.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (35)


Rating: 1 stars


I followed this recipe exactly and it did not rise and was very heavy and dense. It sunk in the middle. It tasted OK, but I don't think I would make it again. The frosting however turned out really good, I probably would try a box mix of lemon and use this frosting. I read other reviews and noticed some turned out really good and I just wondered what I did wrong. What a bummer, I was so excited to have it turn out great !!!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (36)


Rating: 5 stars


This recipe is excellent! Definitely would recommend making this layer cake!! Very happy with it.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (37)


Rating: 1 stars


It fell flat as a pancake. I've been baking forty years and never had that happen.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (38)


Rating: 5 stars


This cake is amazing. Its got a great summertime taste to it. I added raspberry preserves as the middle layer to change it up a bit. Perfect! Like one of the other reviewers said this cake is dense, but it is suppose to be that is what makes it so good. Not like the box mixes.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (39)


Rating: 1 stars


I gave this a fair shake. I even baked it two times thinking it must have been my fault it was so dense. It weighed a ton and didn't rise much (my leavening was fresh). It would have been better to just buy a lemon cakemix and add lots of fresh zest to it. The frosting was O.K. but I think it could have been improved upon, too. Maybe not as much cream cheese (can't believe I'm say that!!) and not so sweet? Anyway the photo and the actual finished product are two totally different things.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (40)


Rating: 4 stars


I'm not a baker, but I tried this and it was a success! Very good and light.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (41)


Rating: 5 stars


Evertime I make this cake I get favorable comments.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (42)


Rating: 5 stars


This cake is absolutely delicious! I love it, we make it all the time for my family's birthdays. The cake is moist and has the perfect flavor of lemon while the cream cheese frosting is amazing! Great flavor and so refreshing, I recommend it to anyone!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (43)


Rating: 5 stars


A great cake. Everyone loved it. The lemon flavor isn't overwhelming which is good. The icing is very sweet. But that was okay by us.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (44)


Rating: 4 stars


I have made this cake for years. In fact, my husband just asked for it this week. It is a dense cake, but moist and yummy. I make it according to the recipe and remember the frosting amount to be skimpy. But I just credit that to the Cooking Light calorie/nutrition standards.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (45)


Rating: 4 stars


I thought this was good, though I made a few changes. It was relatively dense, but not much.It had a pretty nice crumb, if only a bit denser than I would like. Not too bad, though. After reading all the reviews of it being too dense and spongey, I substituted cake flour, and used 2 1/4 cups instead of 2c of regular flour. I also used 2 more T of butter when I creamed it with the sugar. I one and a halved the frosting recipe because I didn't want to skimp on it. I also used maybe quadruple the lemonade concentrate in the frosting! I just kept adding it until it was tart and lemony enough for my tastes. I would make it again!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (46)


Rating: 5 stars


I first made this recipe when it came in my Cooking Light magazine. I fell in love with it, but I have to admit that it was quite dense. However, I do know that from-scratch cakes are denser than box-cakes, so that gave it a little unique-ness to me. I lost the magazine, and I was excited to find out that I could get it online!! Love this...I am actually going to make it using regular ingredients. I expect the frosting to be a little less runny - I will let you know!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (47)


Rating: 5 stars


I also do not know what people are doing to make this cake so bad. I have made it several times over the last few years and never had a problem. One thing I have discovered is that when I make it as cupcakes I need to fill them more, as it doesn't rise much. I regularly get requests for this recipe.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (48)


Rating: 1 stars


I spent an inordinate amount of time making this layered dessert and ended up with a dense and dry cake, with gritty / sugary frosting; yuck! I took one bite after all my labors and sadly put the whole cake down the drain. It was probably one of my most regretful recipes to have gone so poorly because this sounds like a wonderful dessert. I made the recipe exactly as prescribed; I won't be trying this one again....

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (49)


Rating: 5 stars


I must disagree with those who didn't like this cake! I baked for 25 minutes, at which point the cakes were perfectly cooked - moist and fluffy. I also liked the frosting as is - sweet but a nice contrast to the lemon flavor. You could easily get away with increasing the amount of lemon rind and lemonade concentrate for more lemonade flavor in every bite, but even so, I found this delicious.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (50)


Rating: 1 stars


Sorry, but I didn't care for this recipe. I found the cake to be dense and the frosting was gritty. I purchased a container of frozen lemonade concentrate, but it seemed silly not to use the juice from the lemons after zesting them. That was the one change I made to the recipe. The recipe states not to overbeat the frosting, but based on past experience, I think cream cheese frosting needs to be mixed for a good while to prevent the sugar from being gritty. My mother and I both tried a small piece and the rest went into the garbage.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (51)


Rating: 2 stars


Cake was a little dense. May have over baked. Next time I'll stick to the desired bake time. Good flavor overall. Will try again.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (52)


Rating: 5 stars


This is an amazing cake! I made it for my grandma's birthday. Everyone loved it! It was super moist but still light and fluffy. The picture is deceiving because it doesn't rise as much as it looks like it would. The lemon flavor is great, using the lemonade concentrate made it a lot easier than squeezing lemon juice. For the icing, I used a little more than half the amount of powdered sugar because I think it becomes way too sweet. I had a lot of icing left over after I finished icing the cake though. I would definitely make this again. I think maybe a layer of some kind of fruit in the middle would add a nice touch next time.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (53)


Rating: 4 stars


A very refreshing and light cake. I made the night before and stored in the fridge and it turned out tasting great the next day. Beats Starbucks Iced Lemon Pound Cake by far. A favorite among my lemon-loving family!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (54)


Rating: 5 stars


Time intensive for sure but hits the spot for summer. Is supermoist and just amazing. I love how the tang of the lemon is offset by the cream cheese frosting.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (55)


Rating: 5 stars


Terrific recipe! Everyone asks me for it. I don't understand those who commented that it was dense! It was light and fluffy and delicious!! I did bake it (in 9" layers) for 25 minutes. The top tends to be sticky, so I inverted it on the plate, frosted the layer, then inverted the second layer. It was easier to frost the bottoms and looked just lovely swirled on top. (Didn't refrigerate the frosting as it was stiff enough). I think the frosting recipe is a little stingy - just made it for the two layers, but it was okay. I also once-and-a-halfed it for three layers, and it was spectacular! Got raves from all who ate it!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (56)


Rating: 2 stars


I am not sure if I did something wrong but the cake turned out VERY dense. The taste was good, but the texture was very heavy. Also, 20 minutes was not nearly enough time to cook it. Because I checked it and it was not done, the cake fell as well in the centers, causing the frosting to pool. I am not sure I would make it again.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (57)


Rating: 2 stars


Frosting is excellent. But the directions in the recipe are incorrect. The cake will not bake in 20 minutes - it needs double the time. And the batter is very liquidy which makes for a very dense cake - not light and fluffy as show in the picture. Cake batter needs improvement. I like the lemon theme but will use a different cake batter recipe next time.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (58)


Rating: 4 stars


This is an excellent cake - probably best for summers. I made in a 9x13, cooked for 35 minutes at 335 degrees - convection. Probably a bit too long. The icing made enough for about 1/2" worth on the whole of the 9x13, so I'd probably cut down the quantity next time. The amount of sugar ratio in the icing was fine, and if you follow it, the icing sets up beautifully very quickly. I did 1/2 lemon extract and 1/2 vanilla extract - really liked this, still wasn't overly lemony so could go even more depending on your preferences. Make sure you beat the first set of ingrediants until insanely fluffy. I think this is the problem others have been having with texture issues. I had no problems, and the cake didn't fall.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (59)


Rating: 5 stars


My husband has to have a lemon cake for his birthday every year. I made this the third year and finally found a winner—I have to make this every year. The first year I made as the cake version but since then I've been making it as cupcakes for him to take to work and they're always a hit. No one can ever tell that it's from Cooking Light and it has enough lemon flavor to satisfy my husband. The recipe turns out perfectly every time.

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (60)


Rating: 1 stars


I was VERY DISAPPOINTED with this 'cake' recipe. I wanted to like it, I really did. But, to be fair the results were extremely discouraging. As others have also witnessed, the texture is incredibly "spongy" and not dissimilar to a giant lemon crumpet. The cream cheese frosting needs only 80 grams of icing sugar NOT 3 1/2 cups, unless of course your intention is to cause diabetic fits. My 'cake' has found a good home - IN THE BIN!

Lemonade Layer Cake Recipe (2024)


What does lemon juice do to a cake? ›

Lemon juice naturally contains citric acid which quickly reacts with the base present in the baking powder producing CO2 and sodium citrate. This may lead to undesirable flavors and poor crust color due to lower pH of the product after baking.

What do you put in cake layers? ›

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What is layer cake made of? ›

A layer cake consists of multiple stacked sheets of cake held together by frosting or another type of filling, such as jam. It is served for birthdays, anniversaries, and other celebratory events. Only your imagination sets limits for fillings and toppings.

What happens if you put too much lemon juice in a cake? ›

Cutting too much lemon for a recipe can result in a dish that is excessively sour or acidic. This can overpower the other flavors and make the dish unbalanced.

Can you use lemon juice instead of fresh lemon in cake? ›

Can I just use lemon juice instead? You will get far better, more intense lemon flavor with zest than you will with juice. If you don't have zest, a good substitute is lemon oil, which is the source of the flavor in the zest.

How do you increase the flavor of lemon in a cake? ›

Add up to a few teaspoons of zest to your baked goods to provide background flavor notes. It can be used to boost the overall lemon profile of your bake or accent additional flavors, similar to vanilla extract. Add the zest to your recipe when called for or when adding the fat (butter, oil, etc.)

Can you add flavoring to boxed cake mix? ›

Boxed cake mixes can take on a lot of extra flavor and a little more liquid, so don't be afraid to add a splash of vanilla or almond extract to a white cake or a little coffee extract to a chocolate cake. Fresh lemon or orange zest is wonderful in a lemon cake and also divine in a yellow or white cake.

Can I put juice in cake mix? ›

Switch up the liquid.

Or turn to citrus, from lemon to orange to lime to grapefruit, or even clementine. Add the zest and juice to vanilla cake batter and frosting for a supercharged citrus cake. You can also swap in canned coconut milk anytime your recipe calls for whole milk.

What do you put in the middle of a layer cake? ›

Filling: Filling is what goes between the cake layers. Cakes can be filled with frosting (like in this tutorial), mousse, ganache, whipped cream, fruit preserves, custard, and more. Frosting: Aside from being used as a filling, buttercream frosting is used to decorate the outside top and sides of the cake.

How do you keep a layer cake moist? ›

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  6. Bake in Sheet Pans Instead of individual Cake Pans.
  7. Use a Simple Syrup or Glaze.
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What can I put in between cake layers to keep them moist? ›

The simplest version of simple syrup, or soak, is nothing more than equal parts granulated sugar dissolved into water. The basic soak alone will do great things for your cake, especially in terms of moisture.

What is a wedding cake layer? ›

Cake Layer: A cake layer is the layer of cake that comes out of the pan. Sometimes the cake layer can be sliced to create thinner cake layers. Between each of the cake layers is the filling. For wedding cakes, usually 3 or 4 cake layers are used.

What is devil food cake layer? ›

Devil's food cake is a moist, rich chocolate layer cake. It is considered a counterpart to the white or yellow angel food cake.

Can I use all purpose flour instead of cake flour? ›

Can I substitute all-purpose flour for cake flour? Yes, you can. You'll wind up with a similar cake, just with a slight difference in texture and crumb. Both flours perform the same in recipes — they'll mix into identical batters — but the final results will differ to a small degree.

Does lemon cancel out baking soda? ›

When you mix lemon juice with baking soda together, they not only balance each other out, but they also. produce a potent mixture that has all kinds of. household and personal care uses.

What happens when lemon juice is added to baking soda? ›

Explanation: When baking soda is mixed with lemon juice the bubbles are formed. The bubbles are formed with the evolution of Carbon dioxide gas. This is a chemical change.

What can I use instead of lemon juice in a cake? ›

Vinegar. Apple cider vinegar, white wine vinegar, and rice vinegar can all be substituted at a ½:1 ratio. If your recipe calls for 2 tablespoons of lemon juice, then, sub 1 tablespoon vinegar and replace the rest with water if needed. Usually you won't need to add any extra liquid but it depends on the recipe.


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