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Peanut Butter Cake

Peanut butter is one of my very favorite things to eat and cook with. This cake is scrumptious.

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  • Preheat oven to 350°.
  • Place butter, peanut butter and sugar in the bowl of your food processor.
  • Using steel blade, process till smooth.
  • While machine is running, add eggs one at a time; then add buttermilk.
  • Add dry ingredients which have been sifted together.
  • Pulse until combined.
  • Add vanilla and pulse once.
  • Pour into greased and floured 9x13x2-inch pan; bake 45 minutes.
  • Frosting: Place butter, peanut butter, sugar and vanilla in bowl of food processor; process until well blended.
  • Add Juice a small amount at a time and process till of a spreading consistency.
  • Frost COOLED cake.
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"Peanut butter is one of my very favorite things to eat and cook with. This cake is scrumptious."
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  1. sprue
    i made just the cake with a different frosting but the cake seemed too light and dry. if i made it again i would add some oats and do something to keep it moister. i did make it a sheet cake but i wasnt overly impressed. i topped it with delicious pb chocolate frosting though so that helped it a lot. i do like that it had less butter than other recipes.
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  2. emilynye
    I made mine into a 9" double layer cake... the layers were a little short, but no one seemed to mind (an 8" pan probably would have worked perfectly). I baked each layer for about 24 minutes at 325. I also made twice the amount of icing to be sure I had enough (I did basket weave and flowers so needed extra, but had plenty leftover) and also used the milk instead of juice-- whole or half&half might be better. thanks for a great recipe!
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  3. t-dub
    Awesome recipe! I am enjoying my 4th piece today :). I baked it for just 32 minutes and it came out perfect; I suspect 45 is a little too long. I also upped the peanut butter in the cake to a 1/2 cup, which doubtless affected the baking time (though I would have expected it to increase it...). Potentially because of my addition but maybe not, the cake ended up slightly dry. I'm really just nitpicking though; this is an excellent cake that tastes phenomenal!
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  4. Cincy1020
    Simply the best! I have been getting recipes from this site for quite a while, but had never signed up as a member. But this cake was SO good, I signed up just so I could rate it :) Thanks for the amazing recipe!!
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  5. loulachien
    I love peanut butter but I didn't think this had enough peanut butter flavor to it and I had added extra. I also checked it after 40 minutes and it was too long. We are eating it but I won't make it again.
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