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Peanut Butter Chocolate Pudding Cake, a slow cooker recipe

Welcome to Our Sunday Café, we are pleased you stopped by for a visit. Today we are offering another delicious recipe from our kitchen. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did…

The weekend was quiet and delightful. I was treated to a wonderful home cooked dinner, the kids made grilled pizzas and it was a lovely day. Sunny, surrounded by family and having a nice meal together. As I have said before, I have been blessed as a Mother, a big Thank You to all my kids!

Some of the wonderful gifts received, all my favorites, cookbooks and hand picked flowers. 

Saturday offered a bit of time to go thrifting and I found this birthday celebration plate. The honored guest will be served on this plate in the future! 


It is still chilly and rainy here. Honey left this message for me this evening. It will be nice to sit and enjoy a fire tonight. 


If you look close, you can see the 20+ foot branch that fell from the tree. The green boughs filled a large yard recycling can. So far we have been real lucky, no one has been present when these have fallen. We will cut this up in a few days and put it in the camping wood pile. 

Honey is reading this book on sailing. His Portland Brother now has a boat, and they will be sailing as soon as is possible. Honey is very excited, he wants to camp from the boat. The man loves the water!

Speaking of the boat, Portland Brother is rebuilding all the electric stuff and Honey is rebuilding all the wood stuff. This is one of the drawers from the galley. It looks like there is no bottom in the drawer, but it is rebuilt with plexi-glass as the bottom. Since galleys tend to be darkish, this will help when trying to find something in the bottom of the drawer.

Agate is usually camera shy, but while trying to capture a shot of the sailing book, for some reason He wanted to be in the thick of things. This shot of him turned out fairly well.

And now something more!

I had mentioned this crockpot pudding cake on Friday. I even gave the link to the recipe. And then I made it! I ate some warm, and honestly I did not like it. For some reason I do not like the flavor of warm peanut butter. But when this cooled, YUM!

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Pudding Cake
Use a 4 Qt cooker

1 c flour
1/2 c sugar
1 t baking powder
 1/2 t salt
Stir dry ingredients together in a large bowl.

1/2 peanut butter(warming the PB in the micro for 30 seconds will make this easier)
1/2 c milk
1 T oil
1 t vanilla
Carefully whisk together in a medium size bowl. When smooth pour over the flour mixture and combine. 


Spray the cooker insert with Pam and spoon the batter into the bottom. Smooth the top. 


1/2 sugar
3 T cocoa
1 c boiling water
Carefully stir together until smooth, pour slowly over the cake batter in the cooker. 


Cover and cook on high 1 1/2 - 2 hours.
Let cool, serve with ice cream.
Serves 8

Enjoy!

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