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Chocolate & Peanut Butter Cake

Karen Weber

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I've been selling a lot of Rice Cookers since reading about the 9Minute Cake. It is my "show stopper". At my show last week, the host's husband suggested peanut butter instead of the frosting. Well, I had to try it and am happy to say that it is very good. The peanut butter doesn't get gooey and spread so put once scoop in the middle and 4 scoops around it. Enjoy
 

Lisa2Boys

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Can you send me the recipe for the Chocolate & Peanut Butter Cake?
 

pampermeRai

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Karen Weber said:
I've been selling a lot of Rice Cookers since reading about the 9Minute Cake. It is my "show stopper". At my show last week, the host's husband suggested peanut butter instead of the frosting. Well, I had to try it and am happy to say that it is very good. The peanut butter doesn't get gooey and spread so put once scoop in the middle and 4 scoops around it. Enjoy

Hi do you have the 9-minute rice cooker cake recipe? Thanks!
 

Karen Weber

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Jan 26, 2006
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9 minute cake

I'll post the recipe for the cake. However, If you need more info. read all the threads about the 9 minute cake on this site. That's where I got my information. There was quite a lot of suggestions and comments and I don't think we want to spend a lot more time on it.

1 cake mix (without pudding in the mix)
1 can of frosting.

Mix cake mix according to pkg. directions right in the Rice Cooker. I used the new double balloon whisk. Add 3-4 scoops of frosting using Medium Scoop. Cook on High for 9 minutes (every microwave is different so adjust times. I've been using ones that have a turntable) * I do not put the lid on the cake while cooking. Take it out and let it cool for 5 minutes. Invert on serving plate. *Celebration Plate is great to use.

For Peanut Butter: I put 1 scoop in center of cake and 4 scoops around it.
Any kind of peanut butter will work.

I recommend that you just buy some cake mixes and play around with combinations. This is what I did after reading all the posts about the 9 Minue Cake.

My own quick tips: The microcooker is 2qts and the rice cooker is 3 qts. I did not have any luck using the microcooker to bake the cake. Also, unfortunately, Brownie Mixes do not do well baked in the Rice Cooker. I was really looking forward to a brownie cake!!
 

pampermeRai

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Mar 12, 2006
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Karen Weber said:
I'll post the recipe for the cake. However, If you need more info. read all the threads about the 9 minute cake on this site. That's where I got my information. There was quite a lot of suggestions and comments and I don't think we want to spend a lot more time on it.

1 cake mix (without pudding in the mix)
1 can of frosting.

Mix cake mix according to pkg. directions right in the Rice Cooker. I used the new double balloon whisk. Add 3-4 scoops of frosting using Medium Scoop. Cook on High for 9 minutes (every microwave is different so adjust times. I've been using ones that have a turntable) * I do not put the lid on the cake while cooking. Take it out and let it cool for 5 minutes. Invert on serving plate. *Celebration Plate is great to use.

For Peanut Butter: I put 1 scoop in center of cake and 4 scoops around it.
Any kind of peanut butter will work.

I recommend that you just buy some cake mixes and play around with combinations. This is what I did after reading all the posts about the 9 Minue Cake.

My own quick tips: The microcooker is 2qts and the rice cooker is 3 qts. I did not have any luck using the microcooker to bake the cake. Also, unfortunately, Brownie Mixes do not do well baked in the Rice Cooker. I was really looking forward to a brownie cake!!

Thank you!!
 
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