Rice Cooker Chocolate Cake | Japanese Hot Cake Mix
Hello friends, today we’re making rice cooker chocolate cake. I use this Japanese hot cake mix in a lot of my recipes. Take the hot cake mix, cocoa powder mix that together in one bowl. Ollie’s helping me in the kitchen today. You can’t really see it but we’re wearing aprons that say Umma and Ollie on them. in another bowl, take your sugar and coconut oil and two eggs. give it a good whisk If you’re wondering if it’s messy to cook with a toddler… the answer is YES But it’s fun for all and the clean is fast and easy. Take your wet ingredients and add it to the dry. Also add your sparkling water. Ollie wanted to help so I like him stir for five seconds. Then Umma stirs for five seconds. It’s fun to count and cook together. Use a paper towel to rub some coconut oil inside the rice cooker pot. So the cake doesn’t stick to the sides. go ahead and add your batter. and I had my little chef add chocolate pieces. Just make sure those chocolate pieces are nicely covered with the batter. Ollie is taking the rice pot over to the rice cooker. We put it on the cake setting and I had him press the button. When it’s all done you will have a nicely steamed chocolate cake. The top is a bit round but you can cut it level so that it sits flat after it’s been cooled. Place the plate on top and flip it over. let it cool down to room temperature before decorating. Ollie’s favourite part of cake making is decorating. Isn’t it everyone’s favourite part though? we use sprinkles, strawberries and whipped cream. we don’t use frosting to keep it relatively healthy. The cake itself isn’t too sweet and have a lot of flavour. And it’s soft and springy. Ollie had a lot of fun decorating and even more fun eating it. The whole family loved this recipe and I like it because it’s easy to make. Hope you enjoyed that, thank you for watching. Bye bye.