I made this sheet cake for my book club a couple of weeks ago. It was amazing. Seriously, who does not love peanut butter and chocolate together? Okay- my mom doesn't,but she might possibly be the ONLY person I know who does not.
My grandma made Texas Sheet Cake for me quite often when I was young. She also used to make it for my one cousin who always refused to share it when she made it. No- I am so not kidding. She would eat the whole thing by herself.
Grandma's Texas Sheet Cake was an amazing treat. And this cake is such a fun spin on it. The peanut butter frosting adds an amazing level to this cake. I will make my Grandma's Texas Sheet Cake soon and share the recipe with y'all. Okay I feel just a little silly for saying that. Being an Ohioan and all.
Look at the beautiful crackles on the top of this cake. And ignore my bad photography skills. I need camera lessons ASAP.
Let's just take one more look at this amazing cake. Keep in mind this cake is a thin cake and bakes in a jelly roll pan. And you pour the hot frosting on top and let it cool.
Are you drooling yet?
If you want to try out this recipe- I made the one shared by Iowa Girl Eats. I did add quite a bit more peanut butter to my frosting though. I wanted it to be super duper peanut buttery. I added close to a 1/4 cup more peanut butter. But, this is one recipe where either way is amazing. And because it is a sheet cake it makes a large pan of cake. So make this cake when you plan on sharing it with a large group. Please don't eat the whole pan like my cousin. Well- I guess you can if you want to.....
Can you believe it is almost December? I can't wait to share the cutest pictures from Thanksgiving with you.