PamperedGinger said:Turtle Fudge Skillet Cake is AWESOME and doesn't take too many ingredients. You need to family skillet.
Here are the recipes I have.
You could do just the cake part beforehand and do the rest at the host's house. But....the best part is having the guests see you bake a cake in the skillet and flipping it out of there onto a platter. That's where the "oohs and ahhhs" happen. Also, I think one of the best parts of the turtle fudge skillet cake is having it warm when you pour the caramel on it, right? I think so. It's been awhile since I made it. Now I'm thinking I may need to do this at my show on Saturday.ChefNic said:how do you do it in the Fluted pan? do you just micro the cake for the 10-12 minutes and the add the fudge and nuts and caramel when it comes out? does it taste just as good? It isn't possible to make this cake ahead of time-at my house- then do the rest at the hosts house...is it? I've only made it once, and didn't do anything different from the recipe directions. thanks for all the help!
The cookbook includes a variety of both sweet and savory skillet cake recipes, such as blueberry lemon, apple cinnamon, cheese and herb, and vegetable medley.
No, all of the recipes can be made with basic ingredients and a standard skillet or frying pan.
Yes, the recipes in this cookbook are designed for SS1 students, so they are easy to follow and require minimal cooking skills.
Yes, many of the recipes can be prepared ahead of time and reheated for a quick and convenient meal.
Yes, there are several gluten-free and vegetarian recipes included in the cookbook, and substitutions can be made for other dietary restrictions.