PEANUT BUTTER CHOCOLATE TEXAS SHEET CAKE

Sharing this Peanut Butter Chocolate Texas Sheet Cake recipe today.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Texas Sheetcake is an awesome dessert. The 2 kinds of sheet cakes are combined and topped with 2 kinds of frosting.

My favorite cake is Texas sheet cake and I make it every time that I need a dessert to serve a lot of people. A few days ago, I was in the mood to make one, but I was also in the mood to make a peanut butter sheet cake.  This crazy thought popped into my head that maybe I could make them both in one cake! That is how Peanut Butter Chocolate Texas Sheet Cake was created. It is so good!

I made a half recipe for each of the cakes when I created this recipe. Then, I made a full recipe of the chocolate icing and a half recipe of the peanut butter icing. 

Peanut Butter Chocolate Texas Sheetcake is an awesome dessert. The 2 kinds of sheet cakes are combined and topped with 2 kinds of frosting.

After the advice of my neighborhood taste testers, it was decided you have to make the full peanut butter icing recipe also.  I totally agree.

Anyone that loves peanut butter and chocolate together
will beg you to make this again.

Start by making the chocolate cake recipe.
I used my  11×17 inch stoneware pan from Pampered Chef. It looks very used because it has been, for many years.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Texas Sheetcake is an awesome dessert. The 2 kinds of sheet cakes are combined and topped with 2 kinds of frosting.

Prepare the recipe for the peanut butter sheet cake.
I just poured it over the chocolate layer.  I was going to 
swirl it through with a knife, but worried that it would all turn to chocolate.

 

Peanut Butter Chocolate Texas Sheetcake is an awesome dessert. The 2 kinds of sheet cakes are combined and topped with 2 kinds of frosting.

Bake. My cake was done in 20 minutes.

 

Peanut Butter Chocolate Texas Sheetcake is an awesome dessert. The 2 kinds of sheet cakes are combined and topped with 2 kinds of frosting.

Prepare chocolate icing and spread over the cake while still hot. Frost the entire cake.

 

Peanut Butter Chocolate Texas Sheetcake is an awesome dessert. The 2 kinds of sheet cakes are combined and topped with 2 kinds of frosting.

Prepare the peanut butter icing after the chocolate icing
has started to cool and become hardened. Pour or spread
over the chocolate icing.

Allow cake to cool completely and cut into desired size squares.

Don’t be intimidated by the ingredient list.
Except for the peanut butter, it is the same ingredients
for both cakes and frostings.

*This recipe was shared on link Weekend Potluck @
Sweet Little Bluebird

Peanut Butter Chocolate Texas Sheetcake is an awesome dessert. The 2 kinds of sheet cakes are combined and topped with 2 kinds of frosting.

 

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24 thoughts on “PEANUT BUTTER CHOCOLATE TEXAS SHEET CAKE”

  1. Oh my …… this cake looks amazing!!!! I just HAVE to try it!!!! Thanks for sharing this deliciousness, Pamela!!!!

  2. Congrats on having this lovely recipe featured at Weekend Potluck. I am making this today! These are 2 favorites with my family..it never occurred to me to mix the 2. Brilliant!

    1. Aww thank you so much. I hope your family/friends enjoy it. Please let me know if you have any suggestions or improvements. I never get offended..I love people’s ideas.

    1. It would work, I think,but just be thicker. Someone else asked me this and they are going to let me know when they try it. I think any cookie sheet that has a 1 inch side would also work fine. Thank you.

    1. Hi. In the recipe, I use 1 lb ( 3 1/2 cups)of confectioner sugar for each flavor of cake. The 2 lb bag is 7 cups total. The recipe has a total of 2 lbs (7cups)
      Thank you for visiting my blog and checking out the recipe.

    1. Hi. sorry if this was confusing. The way the recipe is written is the correct amounts for each cake. When I created the recipe I used half amounts of a texas sheet cake and a peanut butter cake. I see where that made it confusing. I’m sorry. Use the recipe as given. I need to go in and take out the sentences about making the half cake to clear it up. Thank you.

  3. One question – you say to prepare 1/2 of each cake – is the ingredient list then 1/2 of each or do I have to cut it half?

    1. Hi. sorry if this was confusing. The way the recipe is written is the correct amounts for each cake. When I created the recipe I used half amounts of a texas sheet cake and a peanut butter cake. I see where that made it confusing. I’m sorry. Use the recipe as given. I need to go in and take out the sentences about making the half cake to clear it up. Thank you.

  4. Dumb question but is this plain flour? Please respond for i really want to try this recipe thank you

    1. Not a dumb question at all! Yes it is just all purpose flour. Thank you for trying this.

  5. Looks incredible and I know the grandchildren will love it. Mine is nowhere as pretty as yours though! Although the grandkids won’t care! Lol. A question though. When boiling do you bring it just to a boil or let it become a rolling boil? Also, I had trouble spreading the peanut butter frosting even though I let the chocolate set until firm, any hints to help do it better next time?

    1. Thank you so much for making this, I hope the grandkids will like it! I bring mine to a boil, stirring it constantly, not really a rolling boil. When I was making this, I checked several other recipes out there and it seemed like everyone takes it off as soon as it comes to a boil. I’m sorry about the peanut butter icing. I don’t know what to say about it, mine worked good but that’s not always the case with icing. When I get some time this weekend, I’ll try to research it and see if I can come up with an answer. It sounds like you did it right.

      1. It was a huge hit!!! My granddaughter told me to keep this recipe FOREVER! Thanks for sharing!

        1. Thank you! Thank you! That made my day. I am always worried if something doesn’t turn out. This recipe is so rich but every place I take it, somehow it always disappears.

  6. Sounds delicious. My grandson won’t eat nuts. Can I omit the pecans or will that affect the flavor.

    1. Hi. Thank you for checking out the recipe. It will not affect the flavor to leave out the pecans. I think a lot of kids don’t like nuts like that. If he isn’t allergic to nuts from the peanut butter..yes..it will be fine to make it without the nuts. Thanks again.

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