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I cheated by using cake mix and it turned out great. Prepare 1 pkg. of yellow or butter recipe cake mix by using 4 eggs 2/3 cup water 1/2 cup peanut butter 1/2 softened butter or margarine and add the chopped candy bars. Then follow the rest of the recipe. Apologies to the submitter but I think this variation is just as good and a lot less time-consuming to make!
Extraordinarily good with the only downfall being the length of time it takes to make. I suggest playing around with the recipe. I actually made an almond joy cake instead substituting almond joys and almond butter for baby ruths and peanut butter. It was fantastic. I omitted the whipped cream for whipped chocolate frosting which might be too sweet for some but it was fine by me. Overall a good (even if tedious) recipe.
Though the end result of this recipe is a very deicious desert I can't say that it's really worth the time and effort it takes to make it. There are probably recipes out there that are just as scrumptious but take a lot less work.
Took some time-- but worth it... I would not ice the outside with whipped cream againg. When refrigerated the filling and topping get too hard needs to be room temperature-- but you can't do it with the whip cream.
DELICIOUS!!! It took me almost all day to make this cake for a family get-together but it was worth it. I won't put the whipped cream on the cake if I make it again I'll just put some on each slice when it's served.