Hello, everyone! Welcome to my YouTube channel: Life of Pang. Can you guess what we’re making today? If you want to find out, make sure you watch this ’til the end. Let’s just mash our bananas. And you don’t want it too mushy or- Yeah, just don’t mash it too much. Just break it down like this. Let’s start out with our 8 tbsp of softened butter, which is about half a cup, and I did soften this in the microwave. And then mix in- now I substitute 1/2 cup of honey. And with my honey here, I usually like to put honey in my tea. And so I usually add some cinnamon inside it, too. Let’s mix that up. For this, we’ll add two eggs. And then three ripe banana that’s mashed. Let’s go ahead and add those. Mix that well, keeping consistency and then let’s go ahead and add our dry ingredients. 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract. Now it did ask for half a cup of raisins, but I’m doing a full cup of raisin and cranberry mixture… and then a cup of walnuts, chopped walnuts. As you can see, it’s really, really easy to make. All right, and that is our batter and we’re ready to bake. And guess what? We’re baking it in our rice cooker. Spraying my rice cooker, let’s pour in our batter. Let’s plug it up and time to just plug in our rice cooker… and go for our first cook. This will go into a cook for about five minutes and they will turn off and go into a warm state. And this is where you just have to let the rice cooker sit in that warm state for about 15-20 minutes…, come back, and press that cook button again. The reason it does that is because with rice cookers, it requires a lot of liquid in order to keep cooking. And so with baking it, it doesn’t have a lot of liquid so it keeps turning off. And that’s fine. We’re kind of slowly baking our cake in that warm state, anyway. I usually check about the third or fourth cook cycle. You don’t want to open your rice cooker too often because then you’re releasing all the warm air out of there that is cooking your cake. And for me, I keep forgetting to come back. So what I’ve done is… I pretty much put a timer on for about 20 minutes… And when the alarm goes off, I come back and just push this cook button again. And while this is cooking, let me explain to you as to why I used my rice cooker to bake instead of an oven. Here’s a picture of my kitchen. This is very typical of a Thai kitchen. What you notice is just a small counter space, a sink… The sink is a nice size. And that’s it. There is no stove…, there is no oven. And so if I do want to bake, I have to either go buy an oven… and, for the most part, I don’t have the room. Oh, my alarms going off. Time for another cook. Time for our second cooking. I’m smelling it, so every time I start to smell it, I want to just go ahead and… check it to see how we’re doing. Oh, look at that. Isn’t that beautiful? Smells so good. I’m just gonna test it with a chopstick here Hey. Look at that, it’s coming out clean already. Let’s just test more space. Well, looks like we still need maybe one or two more cycles, and then we should be done. Back to cooking. So, this just went through one more cycle. I want to go ahead and just check before I go for a second cycle. As you can see, it looks pretty good. I’ll just go down the middle here. And it looks pretty clean. Let’s try it in another area. And that looks pretty clean, too. So, you know, I don’t think I will go for another cycle, I think we are done. I’m going to go ahead and unplug the cooker and let it sit for 10 minutes or so. The best way to get it out is just actually to flip it upside down onto a plate. Upside down. Look at that. It is a little bit dark, but hey. It’s not burned and it’s gonna be tasty. Flip it over. I usually just use my hands. Let’s cut into this cake. It feels super moist. Beautiful. Thank you for watching my video. If you liked it, give me a thumbs up. If you did not like it for whatever reason give me a thumbs down. It’s okay. But make sure you put a comment down below and let me know how I can get your thumbs up. Okay? Whatever you do, make sure you hit that subscribe button and the notification bell so that you don’t miss any of my future video uploads. Until next time, see you later!

100 thoughts on “EASY RICE COOKER CAKE RECIPES: Why I Bake in My Rice Cooker”

  1. I copied your recipe as close as I could except the cranberries I couldn't get as they are out of season here in the UK so I used Blueberries all cooked in my rice cooker . No need to turn it off just leave it on 1hour .First time I have used to cook cake.It tasted Fabulous. Thank you for video . 👍

  2. WOW! What a great idea! Now I can cook other things using my rice cooker. AWESOME!👍👍 Thanks for sharing.

  3. 😱😱😱 This is a good idea… I'm sure….. I would try tomorrow… Thanks for sharing…

  4. I love it !!! Please do more things in your rice cooker. Gonna send this to my daughter, she’s vegetarian. She can substitute a few things in this recipe to make it work for her. Thanks again for this video.

  5. Oh my gosh! What a wonderful idea! Thanks so much now i can bake something for my loved ines even without an oven. This helps so much 😊

  6. I would try your recipe… I just wish you'd leave out the music or at least turn it down… Could hardly hear your voice …

  7. I just tried your recipe and it turns out great!!!! Thank you so much!! Eventhough the batter mix texture is a bit different it still came out good and delicious. Love from indonesia 👌👌💕💕

  8. Pang…!! I tried this cake for my life partners birthday 🎂🎉 n it worked well..!! Only thing is yu sprayed something before putting the batter into rice cooker. Watt was that..? First time I tried n really it came out well. Thanks pang..:))But I struggled in the matter of checking whether tat cake has cooked. Is there any tip to find out pang..?

  9. If you have the money, you could also buy an Air Fryer. Even the big ones don't take up much counter space, and you can grill, steam, bake, pretty much cook anything in them (helps if you get one with all the accessories). The bigger Air Fryers can take a whole chicken (roast), and you can double the cooking space inside with racks etc. Just a thought. People also cook desserts and cakes, bread and bread rolls in them too.

  10. You did an excellent job! I will try this and I am subscribing. I love how clearly you showed this and explained it all!!! Thank you. 🙂

  11. Hi! I love the idea of baking using the rice cooker. May I know the thing that you sprayed in your rice cooker before you put the mixture?

  12. wow never knew one could bake with a rice cooker…looks interesting ,easy n a challenge.Looks delicious too😄 Going to try this new method n let's see.Thanks for sharing

  13. tq. i use my rice cooker for baking..cooking soup..boiling water to keep my room heated n moist in winter. basically its my survival kits.

  14. Thank you very much for giving me the idea of using a Rice Cooker for baking purposes. I'm a renter & lately I'm having a headache with my Oven/ Cooking Range that came with my apt.. the oven doesn't work well anymore & my landlady doesn't do anything to replace it. Everytime I bake it gets burn. Now, with my RC, l could bake again! Thank you so much! Good bless you!!!

  15. You are so creative🔥😍. At least I can beat my boyfriend this time, his a chef he cooks & bakes way better than me🙁. I must subscribe for more tips. Imagine if we ever get married one day:
    "Daddy u cook way better than mommy"😂😂

  16. Yes it did work for me awsome..though I added candied ginger n red cherries took away the banana taste and tasted a little sweeter…,but it was a good try n loved the challenge…baking with a rice cooker.Thanks Pang

  17. My rice cooker cover is the glass type and it is not attached to the cooker. It is a separate glass lid. Is it still possible to bake the cake? Kindly advise pls. Thanks.

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