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Giada De Laurentiis puts her spin on all basic dessert recipes, this time with a cake that’s perfect for summer.

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On July 19, De Laurentiis posted a mouth-watering summer dish that we’re ready to devour. She posted it with the caption: “Embellish a pound cake the Italian way with zabaglione, a delicious custard sauce. This one got the Amalfi Coast treatment with a shot of limoncello in both the sauce *and* the macerated summer berries. 🙌🍋🍓 Get the #recipe in the profile link!”

Who doesn’t love a good moist cake? And this one might be one of our favorites. For a “quick and fun dinner party dessert,” De Laurentiis recommends grabbing a store-bought pound cake to dress up with her limoncello zabaglione and berry recipes.

To achieve berry-filled goodness, you need to separate the ingredients you need for the berries and the Limoncello Zabaglione. For the berries, grab a few ingredients, such as mixed berries and lemon juice. For the Limoncello Zabaglione, buy ingredients such as limoncello, sugar and lemon zest, just to name a few.

You start by mixing a bunch of ingredients in a bowl and in no time you cool it to room temperature so you can serve it.

What’s super cool is that De Laurentiis showed this recipe on Giada in Italy, specifically “Episode 12: The Sweet Spot.”

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Buy De Laurentiis’ full Pound Cake with Limoncello Zabaglione recipe HERE.

And before you go, check out her best-selling cookbook called Giada at Home: Family Recipes from Italy and California: A Cookbook
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Looking for more summer recipes? Giada De Laurentiis has enough:

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