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The fluffy peanut butter frosting on this layer cake will bring out the kid in you.
Dietary Fiber: 2g
Did not make the cake, but needed a peanut butter frosting recipe instead. This is the very best peanut butter frosting I have made. Even the men at work wanted the recipe
Loved the cake. The frosting was too oily. If I make the frosting again, I'll leave out the butter.
The peanut butter frosting is awesome. I used a mix for a two layer dark chocolate cake. I took it to our Supper Club and got rave reviews. I wll be cooking for a church supper soon and am planning to make the cakes in 9X13 pans. The frosting will be a hit!!!
I use this recipe every time I make a chocolate cake and it is perfect! soft and light on the first day and then it goes slightly fudgy the next. I use chocolate ganache as a topping instead of the peanut butter frosting.
This is the best peanut butter frosting I've ever made! It's not overly sweet like the Wilton one I've made. It taste great and everyone loved it! I can't wait to try the cake too!
I loved the cake recipe although did not try the frosting. The cake came out very moist and I felt it was a very simple recipe to make from scratch.
My family didn't like the chocolate/peanut butter frosting combo. The cake was very good, in fact I may make that again and frost it with chocolate frosting. But I won't make it with peanut butter frosting.
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