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Mounds of peanut butter and chocolate heaped over a moist and buttery pound cake.
Read that first sentence out loud. How does that not make your mouth water and your tummy growl? You guys, this cake is absolutely uh-mazing. It turns out so well! It truly isn’t that hard to make, either. My grandma used to make pound cakes all of the time but even she did not make one as special as this peanut butter pounder. Sorry grams!
This is one of those cakes that you eat every day until it is gone. The kids and I even had a slice for breakfast. I know my husband took some to work with him as to make his co-workers a little jealous haha!
Are you curious as to how to make this yummy recipe? If so, and I know you are, flip on over to the next page for the ingredients and instructions. Enjoy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Making Memories With Your Kids.
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Quick Tip: This is the perfect cake to take to a party.