Recipe by Opossumgravy
This is a strange concoction for one person. It has a taste much like the peanut butter cracker of a peanut butter and cracker snack pack. You can use either crunchy or smooth peanut butter and it should end up like a fluffy no crunch cracker tasting fluffy biscuit creation.
Top Review by flower7
What an interesting recipe! I did as the previous reviewer suggested and used the larger amounts of water & p.b. (though I didn't actually measure anything exactly) and reduced the vanilla by about 1 tsp. Sprinkled with semi-sweet choc. chips after cooking. This was an awesome, quick peanut butter cake. Will be made again, for sure. Thanks so much!
- 1⁄4 cup all-purpose flour
- 1 pinch salt
- 1 pinch baking powder
- 1 pinch baking soda
- 2 -3 tablespoons water
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
- 1 -2 tablespoon peanut butter
Directions See How It's Made
- Use a small bowl that is microwavable to put the ingredients into.The baking powder and soda are practically optional. And for those who don't like vanilla quite so much you can do without or cut back on the amount suggested.
- Combine your ingredients in no specific order in your bowl.
- Stir extremely well but don't bother with a mixer.
- Smooth out the mix evenly along the bottom of the bowl or container for even cooking.
- Place in the microwave on about a 30 second period then examine it and determine the remainder of cooking time needed. Time will vary due to different microwaves. It should look like a fluffy caramel colored biscuit all the way through when it is complete.
- Make sure no to burn yourself if you dig right inches.
- Try toppings such as marshmallow creme, puddings, syrups, or icing if you desire more of taste combination. Chips of different flavors are also a mice addition to the recipe as well.
- A great idea is to put mini m&m's on or in the cake before or after heating.