How To Make A Giant Oreo Cake In A Rice Cooker


Typically, when baking a cake, you'll need a bunch of different ingredients. With Josh Elkin's latest cake recipe, you'll only need three.

The host of Snack Back, and Canada's premier bad boy, swung by the Foodbeast Kitchen the other day to show us how to make a giant Oreo cake in a rice cooker. Even better, you pretty much only need three things to make this happen.

Here's what you'll need:

For the cake, you'll need: Oreos, 1 cup of pancake mix and 1 cup of milk.


For the frosting you'll need: 1/2 cup of shortening, 1/3 cup of water and 3 1/2 cups of powdered sugar.

Here's what to do:

Throw some Oreos in a blender and grind them up. Then, mix them with the pancake mix and the milk. Coat a rice cooker with cooking spray and add your Oreo cake batter. Set it for an hour.

While that's cooking you can get started on the frosting.

Mix together the shortening, water and sugar. Once your cake is cooked, remove it and frost to your heart's content. Add an additional handful of crushed Oreos to the top of your cake.