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Peanut butter cake with dark chocolate
Peanut butter cake with dark chocolate
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If you like peanuts, chocolate and have a sweet tooth this cake is for you! It is sweet, crispy, chewy and has a hint of salt at the same time. The cake is fast to prepare and doesn´t require much effort. This recipe gives you approx fifty pieces and is perfect when you have many guest for a birthday party for example.

Ingredient List for 12 servings:
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700 gr Peanut butter
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400 ml Light syrup
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50 gr Coconut flakes
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100 gr Corn flakes
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450 gr Dark chocolate
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100 gr Dark chocolate with sea salt
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4 teaspoons Rapeseed oil
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200 gr Sugar
Instructions:
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Put baking paper in an big oven form approx 30x40 cm, cover the edges as well with paper.
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Pour the peanut butter, sugar and the syrup in a casserole. Let it almost boil while stirring at the same time.
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Take away the casserole from the stow and add the coconut flakes and the cornflakes in the casserole. Stir it well together.
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Spread the mixture evenly in the baking form, and let it cool down for a few minutes.
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While the peanut butter cake is resting, it is time to continue with the chocolate.
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Cut the chocolate in small pieces and melt it in a casserole together with the rapeseed oil while stirring with a spoon at the same time.
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Pour the chocolate evenly on the peanut butter cake.
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Let the cake cool down, and then place it cold for minimum one hour before serving.
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Cut the cake into squares in the size you prefer.
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