Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. We love 'em, but they're gone in two bites--12 if you're a baby bird. If only there was a way to prolong the peanut buttery goodness . . .
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Enter the Reese's Peanut Butter Cake. No, not a cake decorated with the Reese's cups (been there, done that), but a cake that looks like the candy blew up in a Honey, I Shrunk The Kids-like experiment.
The supersized confection is made by Napa Valley's Perfect Endings bakery and sold by Williams-Sonoma for--ouch--$79.95. (Officially, it's called the Perfect Endings Peanut Butter Cup Cake, presumably for copyright reasons.) According to the description, the "moist, intensely chocolate cake is layered with house-made peanut-butter filling and wrapped in a tender shell of rich dark chocolate."
Perfect for birthday parties, break-ups, and death-row meal requests.