Tuesday, September 30, 2008

PEANUT-BUTTER CAKE


Welcome to another week of Tempt My Tummy, we hope many of you were tempted with the banana nut bread last week, if you love peanut butter & if you love chocolate ohhh my goodness you're going to love this cake! I got this recipe out of the new "TASTE" magazine, sister(Pickett) has made it twice for our dinners that we do for our parents & ohh is it ever good!




PEANUT-BUTTER CAKE


1/4 c butter(softened)

1/4 c peanut-butter

1& 1/2 c brown sugar(firmly packed)

2 large eggs

1/2 c warm water

1 c buttermilk

2 c flour(all purpose)

1 tsp salt

1 tsp baking soda


preheat oven to 350, grease & flour 2 9" cake pans or 1 13x9x2 sheet cake pan

combine all ingredients, beat on low speed, scrapping bowl frequently, increase speed & beat 2 more min or until smooth, pour batter into cake pans


Bake 25-30 min, let layers cool in pans for about 10 min, remove from pans & cook completely on a baking rack(groc. sack, wax paper, whatever I have works for me) lol

frost cake with chocolate peanut-butter icing


**NOTE...IF YOU'RE IN A HURRY & DON'T WANT TO DO THE SCRATCH VERSION DO LIKE SISTER & GO TO THE STORE & BUY A BOX OF BETTY CROCK ER OR DUNCAN HINES LOL LOL LOL


CHOCOLATE-PEANUT-BUTTER FROSTING


1 (1oz) square unsweetened chocolate(melted)

2 tbsp butter (softened)

2 tbsp. peanut-butter

2 c confectioners sugar

1/2 tsp van

3-4 tbsp milk


In large bowl combine all ingredients & beat on med until thick & creamy

be sure to go by http://blessedwithgrace.blogspot.com/ where you'll find more fantastic recipes to tempt your tummy with!

8 comments:

Somewhere In Time- Christie (yardsalequeen) said...

Hey Helen! It sounds so yummy!
Hope you have a great week!
xoxo,
Queenie

Lisa@BlessedwithGrace said...

Oh my. That is awesome! We love peanut butter and chocolate. I am saving this recipe, for sure!

Picket said...

Morning sis...can't be telling people I use the box cake mix...ruin my 'Martha' image! lol I been making the chocolate fudge one alot lately..ohhh I love that one! lol Holler at you later sis!

Jennifer said...

Oh wow! That sounds very good!

lana said...

I LOVE peanut butter. THis sounds yummo!

Cheryl said...

This sounds so yummy!!!! Thanks for sharing!

Thanks for the visit and your lovely comments.

My uncle is 87 years old. He has had a great life and has never had any sickness, until this. So unusual in this day. We are thankful for that.

Thanks again. Can't wait to see what you have next week!

Blessings!
Cheryl

jeanne said...

Nanna, I have not been able to visit much because of company. They are gone now and I can see I need to catch up with your wonderful recipes. This sounds so good. Thanks for sharing. Have a happy day.

Hugs...Jeanne

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