Making Cake in a Rice Cooker

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About: Site about cookware - specifically electric kettles, water boilers, and electric rice cookers.

Hi everyone

Did you know that rice cookers can be used to make all sort of food and not just rice? Its really quick and easy and I promise it tastes great!

Going to step by step chocolate cake and its pretty much the same process you're used to doing in any other cooking environment as far as mixing the ingredients but its so much easier with a rice cooker.

Ingredients:

-2 eggs

-2 chocolate bars

-Pancake mix 150 g

-Whipping cream 200 ml

Supplies:

Step 1: Step 1: Preparation

First cut the chocolate bars into pieces and put it in the rice cooker. After you placed it, press start button with lid open to melt the chocolates.

Step 2: Step 2: Mixing Ingredients

After it melts, pour the whipping cream in and blend it. When its mixed, turn off the rice cooker.

Step 3: Step 3: Crack Eggs, Add Pancake

Crack the eggs and mix it up, Pour in the pancake mix and stir it. When it’s completely mixed, Press the start button!!!

Step 4: Step 4: Mix Baby!

Step 5: Step 5: Waiting and Checking

Wait for one hour….. and open!!

Before you take is out, poke with a stick to make sure its is baked. If you think you need to heat it up again, press the button again.

Step 6: Step 6: Enjoy!

There you go you are done with chocolate cakes!!

(*Be careful not to burn your fingers because it can be really hot)

Instead of a traditional oven, you've just used a rice cooker to make a delicious cake in no time, saving space, energy and time! Enjoy

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    Ysabeau

    7 days ago

    I believe that in this sentence "Did you know that rice cookers can be used to make all sort of food and not just cake?" you mean rice :-)

    My rice cooker is my favourite cooking tool, I cook a lot of things in it. And thank you for having given one more way to use it.


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    edwardcdYsabeau

    Reply 6 days ago

    Good catch! Yes, I meant to say rice and have changed that sentence. Thanks!