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Has anybody made the Chocolate Peanut Butter Torte that is featured in the catalog? If so, was it easy and yummy? I have a host that wants to make that as a second recipe. She was going to bake the cake herself before I got there. It looks really good!
i have made it twice the first time i didnt double the recipe since i did it in my bar pan not the small the 2nd time it tasted so much better and it was pretty easy if it does not end up sticking on the stone
I have made it and it is...I can't even think of a delicious enough word to describe it!! My husband could not stay out of it the first time I made it; amazing, because his resistance is very high. It shows a lot of products too. I doubled the recipe, but might even double it again and use two cake mixes for a big crowd...and I would have liked a little more glaze, so I'm going to play with those amounts a little. It totally lives up to a "Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate" theme, because it's sooo decadent.
The 9 ounce cake they are talking about is "Jiffy Cake Mix". It must be very available in Chicago and I have seen it in the stores here in NC but not often. I usually mix the whole thing and then put half in the small batter bowl and bake it along side the recipe. If I'm at home the family gets an extra treat and if I'm at a show I get to show another use for the small batter bowl and the WOW's that accompany it.
Are you not able to get the recipes from our cookbooks on the website?? I would love the recipe for the Chocolate Peanut Butter Torte & the Pumpkin Ribbon Cake, but when I go into the CC, the only thing that comes up is the
cookbook it's in and on what page. These would be great recipes for my
the recipe says if you want to double it, use the med. bar pan...so, if the small bar pan feeds 2, does it follow that the med. par pan serves 4? I am interested in doing this at a show and using the bar pan (lg). Has this been done- successfully? If so, any tips?