Tagged: ‘pudding cake’

Desserts That Cook Slow and Never Fail to Delight

Desserts in a slow cooker sounds kinda weird, but once you have gotten used to using the appliance, the sky’s the limit. When Julie and I went to research and test dessert recipes we had a problem we had not predicted—there were too many things to make instead of not enough.

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Hot Fudge Sundae Cake with Cocoa Whipped Cream and Amaretto Cherries

Hot Fudge Sundae cake is an old-fashioned pudding cake where the ingredients naturally separate during baking. When you take off the lid, the rich fudge sauce will have sunk to the bottom, with a gooey, spongy layer cake on top.…

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Hot Fudge Spoon Cake

Normally baked in a hot water bath for slow, even baking, the pudding cake is one of the best desserts to make in the slow cooker. It separates during baking, forming a custard-like sauce on the bottom and a sponge layer cake on top. You serve it right out of the slow cooker (with an oversized spoon) warm, room temperature, or chilled. If you can’t find the ground chocolate, you can use cocoa powder; if all you’ve got is unsweetened cocoa, increase the sugar to 2/3 cup.

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