"funny Bones" Cake

"funny Bones" Cake created by Laurey K.

This is a chocolate bundt cake with peanut butter "tunnel". Made to taste like Drakes Funny Bones.

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  • For the filling: Beat the cream cheese and peanut butter until combined.
  • Add the powdered sugar and vanilla and beat until combined.
  • Beat in milk, 1 T at a time, until you reach desired consistency.
  • Set aside.
  • For the cake: Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Spray a 12 cup bundt pan with cooking spray for baking.
  • Mix cake mix, oil, sour cream and eggs in a bowl. Beat 1 or 2 minutes at medium speed.
  • Reserve 2 cups of the batter.
  • Pour remaining batter into the prepared pan.
  • Put peanut butter filling in a ring on top of batter (DO NOT ALLOW FILLING TO TOUCH THE SIDES OF THE PAN)
  • Spoon reserved batter on top.
  • Bake for 40-50 minutes. (Some coated pans only take 30-35 minutes).
  • Cool 20 minutes and remove from pan onto wire rack.
  • For the glaze: Mix powdered sugar, vanilla and lt. cream until smooth. Add more cream as needed to desired consistancy.
  • When cake is cool, place on serving platter and drizzle with glaze.
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  1. Laurey K.
    "funny Bones" Cake Created by Laurey K.
  2. brid747
    I love this recipe, although I didn't cook the filling. when the cake was done in a 9x13 pan. I just cut it in half. then I spreaded the filling and placed the other half on top. I used regular chocolate frosting for the top. Tasted best when it was chilled..Thank You!!
  3. Susy Q
    Really good cake. I took the suggestion of baking the cake in a 9 X 13 inch pan. I then frosted with the peanut butter filling. I did change the glaze to a chocolate glaze and put that over the peanut butter filling. Yum is all I can say!!!!! Thank you so very much!!!!
  4. janice.delong_13164
    This cake tasted just like funny bones but the filling does not hold up to heat, if I was to make it again I would probably make it in a 13x9x2" pan and frost the cake with the filling after it cooled and put a chocolate glaze on it. You would get the same effect but not the hollow tunnel that is created from the filling melting. Would be a little embarrassed to serve to company.
  5. Julie Bs Hive
    Five plus I should say! This was awesome, and the filling tasted like the real thing too. I needed to bake a full 60 minutes and didn't glaze the cake. Will most definitely be doing this one again. Made for New Kids on the Block.

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