Banana Chocolate Chip Cake

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My little sister celebrated her 26th birthday (26th!!!) last Friday and I so wish I could have been there with her in Virginia, where she’s currently attending med school. But not so much because I wanted to spend time with her…mostly because I just wanted to devour the Banana Chocolate Chip Cake she made from The Baker Chick. :P

True to form, my baking-obsessed sister—she used to intern at Sweet & Saucy Shop, the amazing Orange County bakery with hands down the best cupcakes, in my humble opinion—made her own birthday cake. And it also has a peanut butter frosting! She texted me photos of her creation just to torture me, of course.

“The cake was really moist and a perfect combination of all three flavors—the bananas tasted delicious and the chocolate and peanut butter complemented it perfectly without being too overpowering,” she said about the recipe. “The mini chocolate chips were also super cute and anything with buttermilk is bound to be amazing.”

Sigh. Now I have to add this recipe to my baking list. And did I mention she also made Magnolia Bakery’s Banana Pudding without me? She gets a birthday pass but just this once…happy 26th to my sis!!! :)

UPDATE: My sister says this recipe for Magnolia’s pudding is even better!

{photo via The Baker Chick}

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