With this Banana Cake with Peanut Butter Frosting, your favorite sandwich is turned into dessert!
Around these parts, school starts TODAY! The Tall One is starting second grade, and we’re all looking forward to getting back into the school routine. We celebrated the last weekend of summer with this Banana Cake with Peanut Butter Frosting. If you like peanut butter and banana sandwiches, you will LOVE this tasty, easy cake recipe! I love sheet cakes because, as I’ve told you before, cake decorating is not my strong suit. I also am a pretty lazy baker, so I usually stick to simple recipes. When I can bake a cake in one pan, spread some icing on the top, and call it dessert, I am one happy lady! This banana cake recipe is adapted from The Barefoot Contessa’s Old-Fashioned Banana Cake. I reduced the sugar a little and made it somewhat healthier with raw sugar and whole wheat flour. I followed Redbook’s recipe for Peanut Butter Frosting exactly, so please head over there for the full recipe. (All you need to make it is butter, peanut butter, powdered sugar, and a little milk. Very easy!) You could also choose chocolate or cream cheese frosting or just eat it on its own as a healthy snack cake. (Think of the smile on your child’s face if they found a piece of that in his or her lunchbox!) I’m sure you will enjoy this simple banana cake no matter how you top it!