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Quickie Lunch Show?

Feb 19, 2006
My boss has invited me to do a show during lunch at our small law firm. Any suggestions for something I can make quickly, cook in a toaster oven or small microwave? I plan on providing a dessert; she's providing lunch.

I'd like to do this is about 45 minutes.

Thanks for your help!
Dec 9, 2005
Two recipes that my costumers always love that are Microwave are Mom's Apple Crisp (All the Best) and the cake made in the Fluted stoneware pan.

The cake is basically a chocolate cake mix and ingredients to make it. Mix and pour into the pan. Then by the spoonful drop a can full of chocolate frosting on to the batter. Then Microwave for 10 minutes. Let sit for 5-10 minutes and turn out onto a platter.

I believe recently I saw posted a file that had several Microwave cakes. And there was also one that could be done in the rice cooker. That might have been a quick tip a few weeks back.

Or you could do Tuxedo Brownie cups (Celebrations). Make the brownies before hand and even mix up the cream cheese filling that goes on top. Quick and easy.


Legend Member
Silver Member
Oct 11, 2005
I love to do both of those recipes! You could also cut up, slice or grate some vegetable while those items are cooking, and demonstrate the ice on a plate and in the cookware. Good luck and have fun!


Veteran Member
Feb 17, 2006
The rice cooker cake would be perfect...it's actually the Warm Hazelnut Chocolate Cake in the new Season's Best (pg 29). It's made in the microwave and it is one of the best cakes ever!

Chef Kearns

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Gold Member
Feb 8, 2005
Brownie Banana Split Pizza

At my most recent office party I made the brownie banana split pizza. It was yum-yum-yummy!! and super easy. I made the brownie ahead of time at home the night before. It was very easy to prepare the rest in front of the attendees. I did the demo and a quick game in 30 minutes (that's all they had for lunch).