It’s a Reese’s Cup, In Delicious Cake Form
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If you like a good blend of peanut butter and chocolate, this Reese’s Peanut Butter Poke Cake is a good recipe to try. It’s easy and quick to bake. Fudge and cream cheese both make for some good desserts on their own. Turns out, when combined, they make for over-the-top dessert deliciousness.
I don’t think I’ve ever been in such a hurry to finish making a dessert! I simply just couldn’t wait to have a bite of this amazing cake. And I have to say, it was everything I had dreamed of, and more! If you’re planning on serving this at a family gathering, make sure you grab a piece for yourself first before it’s too late!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Six Sisters Stuff
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