This buttery lemon-lavender pound cake is simple to stir together and so satisfying. It’s topped with a thick drape of lemon glaze and garnished with a veritable bouquet of edible petals.

Each year in early June a neighboring town holds a festival dedicated to everyone’s favorite flowering herb. The lavender festival is held on a historic square, and vendors line the streets selling all manner of lavender-themed goods. My favorite part of any festival is the food, and this one is no exception. They serve lavender begniets, lavender lemonade, and a wide array of lavender jams and jellies.

It’s no surprise that this year’s festival has been cancelled due to health concerns, so I’ve decided to celebrate lavender in a big way at home, starting with these petal-topped pound cakes!

Lemon Lavender Pound Cakes

Like any good pound cake recipe, this one starts with lots of butter creamed with sugar. There’s no…

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