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Made this for a friends birthday, and almost everyone came for a second piece!!!! So yummy! When u add the peanut butter frosting since it is so thick I found it worked well to flatten the frosting into little sheets with ur hands and press them on top, no tearing the cake that way!
This cake is just what my son wanted for his birthday. I used the Reese's minis. They come unwrapped and can be used whole. Also, you can add a little parafin to your chocolate chips and the chocolate will set but won't crack.
I love PB & chocolate, but for some reason those PB cups don't really do much for me! However, I made this cake for a friend of mine who is totally addicted to PB, chocolate AND those Reece's thingies, & he was elated at the IDEA AND THE TASTE of this cake, so who am I to quibble! Another time (& just for myself) I'd make this, using extra chunky PB, but leave out the PB cups! Definitely a keeper, Reece's or not! [Tagged, made & reviewed in New Kids on the Block tag]
Really good, quite easy! I just made a horrible mess when cutting this (at room temp) - the chocolate still cracked like crazy!
WOW is all i can say! I used devils food cake and made two 8 inch cakes instead. everything else i used what the recipe called for and it was enough for both! (with a little extra) chilled mini reeses and chopped them for the top. posted a pic! Thanks for this! will be added to my collection!
Wonderful, Wonderful, It's the best recipe for this cake. Simply SINFUL
Made mine with devil's food cake and it was gone in no time flat. Thanks for sharing this great recipe.