Dump & Bake Microwave Cake uses only 3-ingredients, bakes in less than 10-minutes, is incredibly damp, and has an amazing texture. There are thus many delightful combinations that you can create ; black afforest, hot apple, blueberry, the combinations are dateless.
The microwave is one of the most underutilized appliances in our kitchen. Most of us use it primarily for re-heating food, but the microwave can do so much more, like baking a patty in less than 10-minutes .
I used to teach a course on how to use the microwave for baking and believe it or not for cooking kernel. People would look at me like I had two heads when they found out that I used my microwave for cook and baking .
Have you ever used your microwave for baking ?
DUMP & BAKE MICROWAVE CAKE
You ’ re going to be so surprised at how damp and yummy this cake is. The best depart about it is you only need 3-ingredients and about 15 minutes. It ’ s a great dish to serve when unexpected party arrives. While you ’ re visiting you can pop one in the microwave and have something warm and delectable to serve in a matter of minutes, they ’ ll never know that it came out of the microwave .
As I said, this cake requires only three ingredients : a cake mix, some proto-indo european fill, and 3 eggs. The cake that I made today was a Black Forest patty. I used a dark chocolate cake blend and cherry proto-indo european satiate, this is one of my favored combinations. The big thing about this recipe is that you are only circumscribed by your imagination. These are some of the combinations that I have made :
- Lemon Cake Mix/Peach Pie Filling
- Lemon Cake Mix/Pineapple Pie Filling
- Spice Cake Mix/Apple Pie Filling
- Spice Cake Mix/Peach Pie Filling
- White Cake Mix/Blueberry Pie Filling
HOW TO MAKE A DUMP & BAKE MICROWAVE CAKE
- In a large bowl, combine the cake mix, pie filling, and eggs. Mix with a fork or spoon. DO NOT use a mixer, it add to much air to the batter.
- Pour batter into a 3-quart microwave safe bundt pan, spread evenly.
- Microwave on high for 9-12 minutes, or until a toothpick insert into the center comes out clean. Rotate every 3-minutes if the microwave doesn’t have a turntable.
- Remove from microwave, and cover for 5-minutes. Turn out on to a cake plate to cool, frost if desifed, and serve.
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Dump & Bake Microwave Cake
This recipe uses only 3-ingredients, bakes in less than 10-minutes, is incredibly moist, and has an amazing texture. There are so many delicious combinations that you can create; black forest, spicy apple, blueberry, the combinations are endless.
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- 1 cake blend
- 1 can proto-indo european filling
- 3 eggs
In a large bowl, combine the cake mix, pie filling, and eggs. Mix with a fork or spoon. DO NOT use a mixer, it add to much air to the batter.
Pour batter into a 3-quart microwave safe bundt pan**, spread evenly.
Microwave on high for 9-12 minutes, or until a toothpick insert into the center comes out clean. Rotate every 3-minutes if the microwave doesn’t have a turntable.
Remove from microwave, and cover for 5-minutes. Turn out on to a cake plate to cool, frost if desifed, and serve.
- chocolate cake mix/cherry pie filling
- lemon cake mix/pineapple pie filling
- spice cake mix/peach pie filling
- lemon cake mix/peach pie filling
- spice cake mix/apple pie filling
- white cake mix/blueberry pie filling
**If you don ’ t have a microwave-safe bundt pan, use a straight-sided microwave-safe dish with a sugar cone in the middle.
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