I am going to try this today. I will let you know how it turns out. Thank you.
What do you mean, make buttercream as usual? I am a little new to this, can you explain?
Do you add your ingredients listed above to an already made buttercream batch?? Thanks! I LUV peanut butter and this sounds delicious~
I think multilayered means that, you start this recipie just like you would your buttercream. You cream the butter and shortening together adding your vanilla, just like you do for regular buttercream. Someone can correct me if I am wrong, but if I was new to this and was going to make this recipe, I would leave out the first statement ( Make buttercream as usual) and follow the directions from there.
WONDERFUL! My 5 yr. old daughter ate some and said, "tastes just like a peanut butter cup!" I agree. Only change I made was substituted whipping cream in place of the milk. Already in my recipe box as a "keeper".
I made this expecting to get a "Funny-Bone" cream (nobody sells them in the south and I miss them...it's like a swiss cake roll but with pb cream). It was amazingly light and fluffy even though I forgot about adding milk or water, but I ended up quadrupling the amount of peanut butter. We really couldn't taste it much with 1/2 cup, worked our way up to about 2 cups. Consistency still seems fine, I am pleased with the recipe even if I did need to adjust!
I made this for my friends birthday, I used chocolate cake with the frosting as a filling with chopped up reeses peanut butter cups. Everyone loved it. The only thing different is I used 1 cup of peanutbutter and 2 tsps of vanilla. I loved this frostings, thanks for sharing.
really good! i had to add a lot more pb to get it to taste the way i wanted but if was fantastic. i also added vanilla, vanilla butter nut, and butter extract to get a depth to the frosting to go well with the rest of the cakes. im doing a chocolate cake with bannana cream filling and the pb frosting!! mmmm yuuuummm
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