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Microwave desserts

leannvv

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May 17, 2006
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New here and keep seeing micro cake mentioned. My 1st show is mid month and I would love to have a recipe- this lady is a micro queen! Thanks!
 

jdavis

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May 20, 2005
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I would just type in the search micro-cakes, there are lots of threads devoted to this making them in the fluted stoneware pan, or the micro-rice cooker. All I do is use any cake mix I usually omit some of the water and oil it says to use, add a few scoops of frosting around the top, (1/2 can or less) then throw it in the microwave the stone takes about 12 to 15 minutes depending on the microwave and the rice cooker takes about 9 to 13 minutes again depending on the microwave.

As the cake bakes the icing melts faster and sinks to the bottom of the pan, so when you turn it out the icing just oozes down the sides of the cake. Basically the cake is done when it starts to pull away from the sides of the pan some. I read someone else had made it before they left for a meeting and so it sat at least 15 minutes on the drive and when she flipped it out it was more solid than usual so she said she would do it that way from now on. I personally like it when it's hot and gooey, but I am never at home with ice cream to throw on top, :( when I make it, lol.

HTH
Jen
 

leannvv

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Thanks, Jen! :) I'll search!
 

lacychef

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There was also a thread here awhile back about the 'sunshine cake'. It's found in the Casual Cooking cookbook, made in the micro in the fluted pan... and is awesome this time of year!
 

Chef susan

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The Micro queen should also have a To Die For Cheese Dip---made in the pie plate----u can use crackers or little nacho chips

I have a 5 to a sheet recipe e-mail --if u want it I can send it privately--don't know how to attach it here
To Die For Cheese Dip
8 oz. cream cheese
2 thinly sliced green onions
12 crushed Ritz crackers
1/2 cup, cooked crumbled bacon
1 cup mayo
8 oz shredded colby jack cheese

Mix cream cheese , mayo, onions and cheese in batter bowl. Spread in stoneware pie plate.Top with crushed crackers and bacon--Microwave 4 minutes or until bubbly. Serve with crackers or little nachos.

I take this and the ice cream sandwich torte in the summer..
NO oven.
 

ChefBeth2

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Mar 21, 2006
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3-2-1 Cake (VERY EASY!)

3 eggs
2 cups sour cream (16 oz. container)
1 cake mix

Whisk eggs and sour cream together in Classic Batter Bowl, add cake mix and mix thoroughly with Small Mix 'N Scraper. Spray Fluted Stoneware with oil and pour mixture in, spreading evenly. Place Fluted Stoneware in microwave with turntable. Microwave for 13 minutes on High. It's done when cake pulls away from sides of pan. Let cool for five minutes. Invert onto a plate and let cool completely. Sprinkle with powdered sugar and serve with ice cream and fresh fruit!

(Note: If microwave does not have a turntable, then turn 1/4 turn every 3 minutes).


Beth in PA
 

leannvv

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Would love it, Susan!
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thanks!

I don't have the fluted pan- would anything else work for the cake?
 

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