I just made this as is and it. Pour into a lightly … Well my years of searching are over!! However it doesn’t say when to add the dry ingredients. Also I chopped the peanuts that I put over the icing. I halved the recipe to make some mini cakes for my friend’s birthday. It’s now part of my family’s recipe book. The 9×13 cake can serve up to 24 people, right out of the pan. I was home on a Sunday morning when I remembered a coworkers birthday. https://www.ambitiouskitchen.com/how-to-make-homemade-buttermilk/. My Grama used to make my Poppy peanut butter cake every year on his birthday. My friend came over to help and learn and when she walked in I had the peanut butter with all the other ingredients in the sauce pan and she was like “oh wow what is that smell! What butter are you using? I just fixed the recipe instructions so it should be all clear now. Few ingredients. The frosting is cooked in a saucepan, and then literally poured right over the cake. I work in corrections and am known for bringing in treats. My husband and kiddos just devoured this cake. Do you think I need to change anything besides bake times? I believe this is the first icing recipe that turned out exactly like it was supposed to. So good! 1.4k. This cake recipe is definately a keeper. It is called “that famous peanut butter cake” around here….and we ALL know what which cake that is! Instead of buttermilk…..delicious! Cook and stir water, 1/2 cup butter, vegetable oil, and 1/2 cup peanut butter together in a saucepan … I haven’t purchased buttermilk in decades, though it is readily available here. So excited to try this cake! ), but would it be lighter with less oil? Don’t know if you tried it yet but I did and they turned out perfect! Of course, the pan itself (regular metal surface, no-stick, glass, or dark) can affect cooking time and what temp you should use. It’s a very moist cake, but I think you could make a 2 layer cake. I cooked them for 15 minutes in my oven. This Peanut butter Sheet Cake is super easy, moist and takes just a blender! Made this cake today I halved the recipe because it’s just myself and my husband ,I’m glad I made a smaller version. 3 tbsp Milk This cake is, AMAZING, DELICIOUS, MOIST,FLAVORFUL, SCRUMPTIOUS, I could go on and on, do not change anything in the recipe, thanks for sharing, Bless your Grandmother, I think your recipe needs a teaspoon of baking powder, mine rose much better when I added a teaspoon. The older this blog gets, the longer my favorites list gets, but I’m looking you straight in the eye when I say this cake is a goodie. Please make recipes printable for us old folks…….thanks. Anyway, the cake is moist and while the peanut butter flavor is mild, the cake wa’ll is perfect paired with peanut butter buttercream. This is probably the best cake I’ve ever tasted. Blessings You can substitute any milk for the buttermilk, Deb, it should be fine. Haven’t tried it yet and wanted some opinions before I do. Than you so much for sharing. My No Bake Reese’s Peanut Butter Cheesecake is an over the top peanut butter lovers dream. He at the whole cake by himself with in a week. If you love to eat, you’ve come to the right place because I dish it up fast and fresh here at TVFGI. This sounds uh-mazing. Could this be made into a 8in layer cake? Super moist, rich (without being too sweet), with loads of peanut butter flavor. 1/2 cup Butter I think I need to make another. Pour frosting over cake, spreading evenly to edges. I didn’t have any peanuts for the topping, but I did have peanut brittle! Do you leave it in the baking dish after it’s cooled or take it out? Today, I’m sharing a recipe with a big old root system behind it- Yellow Cake with Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Icing. This cake is down right DELICIOUS! Remember this sets up really fast. Once cakes are done, allow them to cool in the pan for about 5 minutes, then remove from pan and … It is a winner in every way. http://www.onlineconversion.com/weight_volume_cooking.htm, https://www.ambitiouskitchen.com/how-to-make-homemade-buttermilk/, https://theviewfromgreatisland.com/submit-favorite-family-recipe/. And remember this cake is baked in a 9×13 pan, not a sheet pan. This cake is soooooooooooooooo flavorful you may be sorry – because it is honestly wonderful. Thank you!! Maybe you could do the mini cupcakes! I made this cake last week. My mother in law made it for me. My kiddos gobbled the one I made this past week. ….Marj. Delicious! Sheet pan cakes are great but there is something about a thick moist cake topped with a layer of thicker frosting. Please save me a slice . I am going to make this for my daughter’s shower – if it doesn’t get eaten by me before it makes it there. It’s baked in a 10×15-inch pan and can easily be cut into 20 pieces so it is perfect for bringing to a summer potluck or picnic. I followed the instructions to the T and my cake sunk in the middle. More Old-School Dessert Gems. I have a lady who wants a old fashioned peanut butter cake with this type of frosting for her soon to be husband. What would be the best way to store this cake if I am making it the night before? So excited to make this cake. I had some chunky peanut butter and yogurt that were about to expire, looked for help to use them up, and ended up here. I will definitely make this a gain………….Thanks so much …….delicious !! And my mom ONLY does chocolate, so she got “mad” at me when I made this (I evened the cakes for my friend and shared the cake tops with my family) and she liked it so much. Peanut Butter and Banana Cake is often referred to as Elvis Cake – after his love for fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches- he liked bacon with the combination too but as much as I LOVE all things Elvis, I’m not putting bacon in my cake! :)). 2 Tablespoons = 25 grms or 1 oz. Continue until all of the sugar is in and the frosting is blended to the right consistency. https://www.southernplate.com/old-fashioned-peanut-butter-icing MAYBE I WILL TRY AND HIDE IT IN THE ICE BOX NEXT TIME, It can sit out on the counter for a couple of days at room temperature, no problem…. Hope you love it! Why do you not recommend using natural peanut butter? It came out perfect and it’s addictive too. I am a major PB fan and will be pinning this to my real food desserts board. Sue – You must stop posting that Peanut Butter Cake recipe!