Triple Berry Pound Cake
Living in New Jersey, we are so lucky to have so many wonderful local farms that can offer fresh produce. As a family, we spend a lot of time in the warm months picking berries. We look forward to coming home and making jams, baked goods and other delicious recipes with our harvests. We’ve picked strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, this year even cranberries! There is just one berry I have never been able to pick — the lingonberry!
Found in the beautiful forests of Sweden, the Lingonberry has been picked and enjoyed since as early as Viking times! Just like my family, Swedes pick their own berries and have very high standards in what they pick. Lingonberries make a delicious jam, with Felix Jams being the number one choice.
Felix Lingonberry Jam is delicious in sweet and savory recipes alike. Because it is made with pure and simple ingredients with no artificial ingredients or preservatives, I have found it to be a delicious addition to so many of my favorite recipes! I was so very excited that Felix Jams was a sponsor of the Mom Blog Tour at the Winter Fancy Food Show this past January in San Francisco, California.
For the Summer Fancy Food Show, I made a savory recipe: Lingonberry Lamp Pops.
So, for the Winter Show I figured I’d do something sweet: A Triple Berry Pound Cake
If you know me, you know I am obsessed with bundt cakes. Bundt cakes and mason jars are my jam. Get it? Jam?
This is a super simple recipe and I know you will love it too.
Triple Berry Pound Cake
- 1 tsp baking soda
- 3 cups all purpose flour
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- Pinch of salt
- 1 cup softened butter unsalted
- 1 1/2 cup sugar
- 4 eggs
- 2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 cup vanilla yogurt
- 1 cup Felix Lingonberry Jam
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
In a bowl, combine flour, baking soda, cinnamon, salt; set aside
In a large bowl, cream butter and sugar together
Add eggs one at a time, mixing in between
Add vanilla extract
Add 1/4 cup of yogurt and some of the flour mixture into the large bowl.
Repeat with all of the yogurt and flour mixture.
Pour into a prepared bundt pan.
Top with Felix Lingonberry Jam.
With a butter knife, swirl the jam throughout the batter.
Cook for 35-40 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.
Cool on a cooling rack before removing the cake from the pan.
Serve with fresh strawberries and blueberries.
For an added sweetness, add whipped cream.
Here is why I love using a bundt pan for this recipe:
The Lingonberry Jam bakes right into the top of the cake, which becomes the bottom, crunch that you get in a bundt pan.
This is truly the perfect pot luck dessert or afternoon tea sweet treat. The Lingonberry Jam adds a dimension that will have your guests really wondering what it is.
Felix has been bringing Swedish Lingonberries to the American table for over 50 years. Made from fresh wild berries, this delicious tart-sweet jam was recommended on the Dr. Oz TV Show as a super fruit, loaded with antioxidants, and is the winner of a 2016 National Parenting Products Award (NAPPA). Available across the USA.
I would love for you to try Felix Jams yourself! Felix Jams is offering one lucky reader an assortment of their Lingonberry Jams. To enter, follow the steps in the giveaway form below. US Residents, 18+, one entry per household. Giveaway will end on ET. Momma Lew is not responsible for prize fulfillment.
For more Felix Lingonberry Jam recipes check out the #MomBlogTourFF bloggers:
Steph from A Grand Life made this delicious Lemon Semifreddo.
From Val’s Kitchen there is this Gluten Free No Bake Lingonberry Cheesecake
Sarah from Savoring the Good made Homemade Fruit Gummies!
Kylee Cooks whipped up these Lingonberries & Cream Hand Pies