Chocolate Peanut Butter Bundt Cake is a chocolate cake with a peanut butter filling, drizzled with chocolate ganache, a peanut butter topping, and Reese’s peanut butter cups. If you prefer all chocolate, be sure to try my Death by Chocolate Bundt Cake!
If you love decadent desserts, this cake is for you! And, if you are someone who craves the combination of chocolate and peanut butter, you definitely need to try this cake! The chocolate cake is dense and moist and you get the peanut flavor from the filling, the topping, and Reese’s peanut butter cups!
This showstopper dessert is going to be requested again and again, so be prepared! Luckily the moist chocolate bundt cake is easy to put together.
Then it is filled with peanut butter filling to make your mouth water and your eyes pop out of your head! Of course a drizzle of peanut butter glaze and some chopped peanut butter cups make this cake a beauty without a ton of effort. Trust me, you want to make this one!
By now you know we are chocolate and peanut butter fans, right? I mean it shouldn’t really come as a surprise.
The amount of Reese’s treats we bought for Easter is embarrassing. We had the big eggs, medium eggs, small eggs, cups, clusters and even some of the Reeseter bunnies.
I blame it on the fact my maiden name is Rees. Oh, and the other fact that me sweet tooth is about as big as it can possibly get without exploding sugary goodness all over the place.
I am known for frosting after all, so I feel like none of this should come as a big shocking revelation to anyone!
Bundt cakes are always a nice change, even for this frosting loving mama. The best part is they make a really nice looking dessert without a ton of decorating effort.
here aren’t any layers to torte. You don’t have to worry about putting together a level cake or making sure the frosting is smooth and even.
In general you just bake the cake, drizzle a glaze and end up with a wowing dessert. Easy peasy!
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