1. Ooh yum! This sounds so scrummy Jenny. I can certainly vouch for the fact that you can’t detect sweet potato in a cake even though it may have it in the ingredients list; we were really pleasantly surprised with the one we tried too.
    You know, I had no idea that a nut free peanut butter is available in the supermarkets these days, I wonder what goes into it 😉
    Gorgeous cake Jenny

  2. This looks gorgeous Jenny! I quite often bake with vegetables, I think they’re brilliant in cakes. Must give this one a try. Thanks for linking up to #CookBlogShare X

  3. You make everything look and sound so yummy. We have sugar free peanut butter too so I may try this – if nothing else to get sweet potatoes in my youngest.

  4. hijackedbytwins

    This cake looks and sounds delicious Jenny. I have recently seen recipes for cakes using both white potatoes and sweet potatoes, I think I need to have a go! Thank you for sharing with #CookBlogShare x

  5. Wow what an inventive recipe Jenny! I love how Sweet Potatoes are becoming more and more popular to use in sweet cooking. I have to admit I’ve buried my head in the sand with regards to the sugar controversy – even our dentist said we could give the girls lemonade once in a while, which really confused me. Thanks again for joining in with #BakeoftheWeek

  6. Zoe Darling

    I’ve just made this and it looks nothing like yours! I cooked it in a square silicone pan and it only took about 18mins to cook, but it’s flat as a pancake and feels kind of rubbery, lol. I’ve made a sweet potato frosting to go on it that tastes delicious, but I’m thinking the kids might suspect that this cake is one of mummy’s weird things again 😀

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