This lovely cake, fondly named “Goin’ Bananas,” is actually a Rice Cooker Hotcake. Flavored and topped with fried banana slices, this hotcake / cake can be easily made by children (and adults) using off-the-shelf grocery items.
Taking inspiration from the Japanese Rice Cooker Pancake, the folks at The Maya Kitchen decided to raise the bar and come up with not just an ordinary hotcake, but an an epic cake using a rice cooker.
Yes, if you didn’t know, rice cookers are used for more than just rice. The resulting rice cooker-cooked hotcake is similar to a steamed sponge cake, but really fun to make, and delicious of course.
The whole process is also very simple. Follow the instructions on your Maya Hotcake Mix box and pour the mixed ingredients into your rice cooker, and cook for 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Once you have your hotcake, divide it into three layers (1 rice cooker hotcake, cut into parts).
Brush maple syrup in between the layers, and cover it with your favorite whipped cream. Add some home-made banana chips and you’re done. For the complete recipe, click here.
There you have it — The Goin’ Bananas Ultimate Rice Cooker Cake. Who knew making cakes could be this easy? We hope you enjoy making this hotcake / cake together with your entire family. For more recipes, visithttp://themayakitchen.com/recipes.