Apr
30
2012

Iced Peanut Butter and Jelly Sheet Cake

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Desserts

Guess I’m a kid at heart, because I still love peanut butter and jelly!  When I was thinking about what I wanted to share with you today, I knew I wanted to make a fun cake and this flavor combo quickly came to mind.

I love that this cake can be whipped up in just minutes, which makes it perfect to take to parties, picnics or just enjoying right at  home with the family.

You are likely to have everything you need right in your pantry.  Hope you enjoy this simple yet delicious cake!

 

Here’s your line up!  Please picture a small box of vanilla instant pudding in the  photo as well.  Note that you do not have to use a sugar free cake mix.  Just cleaning out my ol’ pantry :)

Alright, it gets really tricky here, add all of your cake ingredients right to the mixing bowl :)

You know me and my egg shots.  I just don’t get tired of them, lol!

Add your oil, sour cream and pudding mix (not pictured).

Don’t forget the peanut butter!

Now that we’ve got everything in the bowl, time to mix until well combined.

Perfect.  Pour into your nice sheet pan.

Spread your cake nice and even.

Heat your jam for about 30 seconds then drizzle over your cake batter.

Run a knife through to swirl!

So pretty!  Now let’s bake!

Ahhh, there we go.

Whisk your icing then drizzle over your warm cake….and eat :)

Iced Peanut Butter and Jelly Sheet Cake

1 box yellow cake mix

1/2 cup milk or buttermilk

4 large eggs

1/2 cup vegetable oil

1/2 cup sour cream

3.9 ounce box vanilla instant pudding mix

1/2 cup creamy peanut butter

1 cup strawberry jelly

2 cups powdered sugar

1/4 cup heavy cream (plus more to thin out if needed)

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and line a 18×13 inch jelly roll pan with parchment or a silpat liner.

2. In a stand or electric mixer, mix the cake mix, milk, eggs, vegetable oil, sour cream, pudding mix, and peanut butter until well combined, about 2 minutes. Pour cake batter into prepared pan spreading evenly.

3. Heat jelly in a microwave safe bowl until loosened, about 30 seconds. Drizzle over batter then run a knife carefully through to swirl. Bake for 22-26 minutes, until baked through.

4. While cake is still warm, prepare icing by whisking powdered sugar and heavy cream until smooth and a nice drizzling consistency. Drizzle over cake. You can serve warm or let icing set and refrigerate to serve chilled. Store leftover cake pieces in refrigerator.

Makes 24 squares

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  1. 1
    Erin says:

    Hey!

    This looks amazing, I love everything pb&j. Also, I featured one of your recipes on my brand-new blog, madewithmolasses.blogspot.com. It would be incredible if you could check it out! Thanks.

  2. 2

    PB& J is always in season with me…in any form. Cake form sounds about perfect.

    And I love that you cleaned out some pantry items while making this recipe. Love that feeling when I can use up a box of this or that which was taking up space.

  3. 3

    What a pretty little sheet cake! :D Perfect flavor combinations…mmmm!

  4. 4

    I would love a giant slice of this, who doesn’t love pb&j anything?

  5. 5
    Anna says:

    I’m imagining a slice of this with my coffee in the morning!!!

  6. 6

    looks so perfect and who doesn’t love dishes and desserts that remind them of childhood?? i certainly love them!!

  7. 7

    It’s adorable :) Brooks has been bugging me to make one of those Texas sheet cakes. Perhaps I’ll show him this one and he can make a sheet cake of his own!

  8. 8

    Whether im really little or 100 years old, I think I will always have a special place in my heart of peanut butter and jelly … this is a cake that will be making a couple appearences in my summer menu :) ~ yumm!!

  9. 9
    Maria says:

    Such a fun cake!

  10. 10

    Oooh, this looks so delicious Jenny! What a yummy and easy treat. Thanks for sharing!

  11. 11
    Jill says:

    Fantastic! Beautiful pictures, and I would love a piece of that cake right now! Yum, yum!!

  12. 12
    Kristen says:

    What a great idea for a recipe – and I love your pics too! So appetizing!

  13. 13

    peanut butter and jelly is such an amazing combo and I always love your sheet cakes so I’m sure this would not disappoint!

  14. 14

    so fun! My kids would be all over this! Miss you!!

  15. 15

    Looks delicious! I have some peanut butter that I need to use up and I can’t wait to try this.

  16. 16

    Jenny, I can’t think of a single person who wouldn’t love this! I’m guessing it would be a new family favorite in my house. :)

  17. 17
    sara says:

    Yum! That cake looks awesome – pb&j is the best combo…this sheet cake looks seriously delicious! :)

  18. 18
    Cassie says:

    This is so fun, Jenny! I love the swirls of Jelly. What a great kid-friendly cake!

  19. 19
    Georgiana says:

    This looks amazing; amazing to eat and amazing to look at (love the pattern on top)… and then to eat ;)

  20. 20

    This looks so good! And so simple! I bet the sour cream makes it really moist. Thanks for sharing- I will definitely need to try this recipe!

  21. 21
  22. 22
    Chels R. says:

    Since I’ve become pregnant, this is something I’ve been craving. PB&J- but made into a cake! I think I could eat the whole thing!

  23. 23

    I love the simplicity of all your recipes! They are the best! And really, who doesnt love PB&J??? Well, my husband doesnt, but I dont have to make it for him ;). Thanks for sharing Jenny!

  24. 24
    Laurie says:

    Looks yummy. One question… I noticed you used sugar free cake mix. Does it make a difference if I used regular cake mix or would it be sweeter? Just asking!

  25. 25

    Yum! I’m full from dinner, but I think I could find room for a piece of this right now!

  26. 26

    this looks incredible… gorgeous photos. you really pay attention to detail.

  27. 27

    This is so fun! I totally feel like a kid again just reading this!

  28. 28

    The red swirls and white drizzel are driving me bonkers! I love peanut butter and have yet to make a peanut butter cake…great way of sweetening it up with some yummy sweet jelly. This is a great recipe and I’m looking forward to giving it a try!

  29. 29
    Jennifer says:

    This looks great! Have you tried it with any different jellys?

  30. 30
    Jennifer says:

    What an awesome idea! I bet kids love it! Have you tried it with any different jellys?

  31. 31
    Christina Turley says:

    What a great recipe!!! In the oven now and my house smells heavenly:) Cannot wait to share with my teacher friends in the morning for a special breakfast treat!!!

  32. 32
    Deanna C says:

    I love this, I went and stocked up on these ingredients but then thought… What size pan is that? At the store I had a few size choices to choose from I tried to figure it out just by your pictures like “what’s the ratio of the pan to your stove” so hopefully I picked out the right one :)

  33. 33
    Alex Hamman says:

    What is the name of the mat you use in the bottom of the pan and how does it work?

    Looks delicious!

  34. 34

    Your creativity never ceases to amaze me — these look so delicious! And so much fun for kids and adults!!!

  35. 35
    Jane says:

    I notice that you made this on a Silpat. Would you mind if we posted this on our website at http://www.silpat.org/ ? We will give you credit.

  36. 36

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  37. 37
    Keri says:

    I made this, following your recipe exactly, and it was WONDERFUL!!! Stayed yummy and fresh in the fridge for several days!

  38. 38
    Nuha says:

    This looks beautiful & really yummy!
    I was wondering what purpose does the pudding mix serve & how can I substitute it?
    Thank you. :)

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