Peanut Butter Tandy Cake

Peanut Butter Tandy Cake created by Jennie M.

This is a clone of Tastycake's "Peanut Butter Tandy Cake" snack cakes. It is easy, inexpensive, and tastes just like the real thing. Great to put in lunch boxes! I guarantee the kids will adore you for this one! Wrap individual pieces in wax paper to put into lunches. Peanut butter, chocolate, and cake...now who could ask for more!?!?!

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  • Beat eggs until nice and yellow.
  • Add other cake ingredients, except peanut butter and beat well.
  • Spread batter onto greased 12x15-inch cookie sheet, and bake at 350 degrees for 12-15 minutes.
  • Remove from oven and spread with peanut butter while still hot.
  • When cool, frost with icing.
  • To prepare icing, combine all icing ingredients and beat with electric mixer until smooth.
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"This is a clone of Tastycake's "Peanut Butter Tandy Cake" snack cakes. It is easy, inexpensive, and tastes just like the real thing. Great to put in lunch boxes! I guarantee the kids will adore you for this one! Wrap individual pieces in wax paper to put into lunches. Peanut butter, chocolate, and cake...now who could ask for more!?!?!"

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  1. sarahjolly
    Is 2 teaspoons of margarine in the cake correct or should it be 2 tablespoons? Thank you!
  2. msschwa
    For the frosting, I prefer Hershey bars. I melt 5 or six bars in the microwave (slowly) and spread the over the cooled cake.
  3. Jennie M.
    Peanut Butter Tandy Cake Created by Jennie M.
  4. Jennie M.
    Peanut Butter Tandy Cake Created by Jennie M.
  5. Jennie M.
    Delicious! I had a recipe that turned out just a tiny bit better (maybe a smudge of salt would have pepped it up) but this is very very good. I baked the cake for 19 minutes and heated the peanut for 30 seconds so I could spread it very easily on the warm cake. Let it sit overnight and frosted the next day. This picture is post-peanut butter, pre-frosting. There wasn't much left post-frosting ;)
    • Review photo by Jennie M.
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