Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Peanut Butter Chip Bundt Cake


I've been on a bit of an American baking spree lately. Probably due to the fact that I unpacked my box which contained all the goodies that I brought back from America last year. I decided to make a simple peanut butter chip bundt cake as I wanted to use my peanut butter topping as a drizzle. I have been patiently waiting for the right moment to open this bottle of peanut butter goodness. If you've not tasted it before, you really have to get yours hands on one as it's divine. Its basically like smooth, melted peanut butter. It worked really well as a topping to the cake. I had extra on my slice :) The cake itself was light and tasty and the peanut butter chips gave the cake a 'sweet and salty' taste which everyone enjoyed.



  amazing peanut butter sauce



 adding peanut butter chips

 ready to go in the oven

 fresh from the oven

 with peanut butter topping


 a slice of heaven

250g butter
230g caster sugar
250g self raising flour
4 eggs
2 tablespoons yoghurt
150g peanut butter chips
peanut butter topping

  • Preheat the oven to 180C.
  • Cream the butter and sugar until light and fluffy. 
  • Add in the eggs, one at time and mix well.
  • Add in the flour.
  • Finally stir in the peanut butter chips.
  • Pour into a bundt tin and bake for 45 - 50 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean. 
  • Allow to cool completely before adding drizzle. 


14 comments:

  1. YUM! I'm loving all your American posts...as you can imagine! I haven't seen this sauce here in Canada...booo, but when we lived in the Caribbean we used to buy it and every day when I got in from work we'd make vanilla ice cream cones and add this sauce on top and walk to the beach eating it! so it holds very good memories for me indeed! I love the fact it's a peanut butter whammy with the chips and the sauce!

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    1. I knew you'd love the American bakes :) I am totally in love with this sauce and am trying to organise another trip to America so I can stock up! :)

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  2. WOW!!! This looks amazing and oh so easy. I love the light and dark colour of the cake and pattern caused by your bundt pan.
    The texture looks really moist too.

    xoox
    Angela

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    1. Thanks! If you have the ingredients to hand, do give it a go - it's well worth it x

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  3. Delicious! That sauce and peanut bunnet chips look fantastic, wish they sold them here

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    1. I think you can get the chips here but not seen the sauce anywhere.

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  4. YUM! This look so yummy & inviting ! ;)

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  5. This looks tasty - I've never even heard of peanut butter topping, but it certainly adds a great touch to the cake! :)

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    1. Thanks - it was perfect for the cake :)

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  6. You know how I've never really been a HUGE fan of PB well guess what LATELY I have been converted hahaha and now I really like PB desserts maybe not spread on my toast but definitely PB Cakes! So I'm sure I'd love this one!

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    1. I'm trying to convert you to PB and I know you're trying to convert me to coconut!

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  7. Sounds amazing! I am peanut butter mad now when it comes to baking, those chips look fab, definitely on my shopping list for my next American goodies haul!

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    1. If you like peanut butter definitely grab a few bags of these chips - you can use them in cakes or cookies.

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