Monday, April 2, 2012

Peanut Butter Chocolate Bundt Cake

 
I was lucky enough to make several bundt cakes. My friends son was leaving on a mission for the LDS church. Shortly before the Missionary leaves he speaks at our Sacrament Meeting, kind of a farewell address. After the church meetings family and friend are often invited to the missionaries home for lunch or treats.
I offered to make a Bundt Bar, several yummy bundt cakes, sliced strawberries and whipped cream completed the dessert table. It did look inviting. We use cake pedestals of different heights to display the goods. Each cake had a flag in it, the shape of the state Elder G was going to with the variety of cake.
Luckily my girls were here to help. We had fun. I wanted to post the cakes in November--National Bundt Month. But life often gets the best of me. So I'm posting them now--they would make a great Easter Dessert.


Today we will talk about a delicious chocolate bundt with a tunnel of peanut butter. I do love peanut butter so this was my first pick.
Mary the Food Librarian is the resident authority on all things bundt, she has 128 bundt recipes on her blog! I will just send you to her blog for the recipe, the photos are mine. And she will send you to Culinary in the Country for the recipe.
So enjoy this delicious Bundt cake--I would serve it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, delicious!


7 comments:

Kristin@gratefulbelly.com said...

That looks delicious, and the pics are so pretty! I wish I had some right now:)

cupsbykim said...

Oh my word! This looks so good! Anything chocolate and peanut butter I'm all for!! I'd love for you to share this at my link party!

http://www.cupsbykim.blogspot.com/2012/03/sweet-simple-sunday-3.html

Hope to see you there!

Little Mommy Kim said...

Yummy! Love it!

mireia badia said...

Beautiful!!!

Gloria said...

Cindy, I love the idea of a bundt bar! How clever. I love the last photo and how the light is shining down on the cut cake. I want a piece.

Grandma Scott said...

Most people just send a dozen cookies, but a Bundt bar... What a feat...

Cakelaw said...

Yum, an Elvis bundt!