Peanut Butter Sheet Cake–Celebrate 30

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There are some things that just scream “American”. Mac and cheese, apple pie…and peanut butter are a few of these. When I was a child growing up in Wales, my mom would always make my lunch for me to take to school. What did any normal American mom make for lunch in the 80’s?

The quintessential PB&J.

Now this was a perfectly acceptable lunch in the eyes of American kids, but to British kids – this was akin to eating bug guts and monkey brains. Let’s just say that peanut butter had not gone mainstream in Wales at that time.  While I may have been mercilessly poked fun at, and secretly wished to be eating the marmite sandwiches that everyone else was eating (gross by the way), I never lost my secret love for peanut butter.

Flash forward 20-some years, and this cake fulfills all my peanut-buttery dreams. The month of June is a big month for me. I will be turning 30 (gasp!), and it is my 1 year Bloggiversary on the 30th. So in a Sesame Street-esque way, I will be celebrating the number 30 the whole month.  I will be picking 30 of my most popular recipes during the last year to showcase, along with a few new ones. Let’s start with this Peanut Butter Sheet cake that I made last July 4th!

You can grab the recipe in my original post for this Peanut Butter Sheet Cake.

Enjoy!

Amber


22 comments:

Belinda @zomppa said...

Yay to Sesame Street and yay to 30 and yay to your anniversary...and yay to this cake!

Lauren at Keep It Sweet said...

Wow, exciting month for you! Love the idea of featuring your most popular recipes.

Vickii said...

You grew up in Wales? Cool! I went to university in Wales. Yup, we're not as big on Peanut butter here in the UK though I'm now a HUGE fan! However I remember my first memories of PB&J sandwiches weren't happy ones ;p

I hate marmite too! It's a fact, you either love it or hate it - there's no in between!

Sandra said...

I wish you happy B-day, and happy Bloggiversary...what a wonderful celebration and idea to celebrate both with 30 dishes..
You are so right about PB, I never tried that before I came to US:))) so now I can eat it with a spoon hahaha
Oh that recipe and picture..wowww just wowww.. gorgeous Amber!!!
Cheers to you!!!

Katrina {In Katrina's Kitchen} said...

What a wonderful way to celebrate!! I pinned this to my Pinterest Board! Yum! ♥- Katrina

Elyse @The Cultural Dish said...

Happy Birthday and soon to be anniversary! This cake looks delicious! I love peanut butter so much and your pictures are making me crave it so bad right now!

Meagan @ Scarletta Bakes said...

Oooh la la! Happy, happy, happy upcoming anniversary and birthday!!

This cake looks absolutely amazing - thanks so much for sharing.

I'm so excited to see your showcase over the coming month!

Evan @swEEts said...

Looks like you've got a fun filled month ahead of you :) This sounds delicious.. especially since I just ate a dollop of peanut butter out of the jar for a snack! ha

Steph said...

You had me at peanut butter...then I saw cake and I was hooked! Delish!

Cassie @ Bake Your Day said...

Sounds extremely wonderful and so American...PB is my favorite! Happy Birthday! :)

sara @ CaffeIna said...

Well, as a non American I am not fond on peanut butter. For sure I cannot stand too much of it. But I have to admit that this is the first, really first, peanut butter cake I see that REALLY entices me. I will have to make it for hubby (and myself).

Happy birthday and blogoversary.

A SPICY PERSPECTIVE said...

Yay for 30-- it isn't s bad. ;)


This looks amazing. :)

Lizzy said...

PB&J sandwiches have never appealed to me, but when you throw in some sugar, I'm all for a peanut butter treat. This cake looks so moist and perfect...beautiful~

baking.serendipity said...

Anything peanut butter is tempting, but peanut butter desserts have such a sweet place in my heart :) This cake looks fantastic!

Kate@Diethood said...

Happy Dirty Thirty!!! It's not that bad... I'm in my 3rd year of it, and having a blast. :)

I couldn't understand the PB thing, either :/ ... when we came to the States I thought that PB was the yuckiest thing ever. Then I went to college. Everything changed. :) Now I love PB!

The Mom Chef said...

What a fun way to celebrate 30 and 30th! Congratulations on reaching that milestone. I loved that decade.

kita said...

Wow! I can't fathom being made fun of for peanut butter. I hope that it is in every lunch box in Wales by now because they don't know what they are missing!
Ive never had a peanut butter cake before but my uncle loves pb! I'll have to keep this in the file for him.

Aarthi said...

This looks yummy....you have a lovely blog...I am having a giveaway in my blog..Y dont you check and join that
http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/2011/05/chocolate-recipe-and-chocolate.html

Mackenzie@The Caramel Cookie said...

Oh this cake looks like peanut butter heaven! YUM! Yeah, I haven't aquired a taste for marmite either, yuck.

Roxana GreenGirl said...

what a great way to celebrate your birthday and your first blog anniversary.

Love all the treats I've seen so far, looking forward to the next 26 :)

Have a great week Amber

blackbookkitchendiaries said...

Happy birthday and happy blogaversary!!

Lindsey @ Gingerbread Bagels said...

Happy birthday and congrats on 1 year of blogging! :) I absolute love your blog and am looking forward to more recipes from you.
This cake looks sooo good. I so want to eat the whole thing. :)




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