How to make a Bundt cake in a pressure cooker
1 box Lemon Duncan Hines cake mix
Sprinkled Confectionery sugar
Hey there! Welcome to Home pressure cooking. Today I am going to share with you how I made a Bundt cake in a pressure cooker.
I actually made this dessert for our Bunco night. If you never heard of Bunco, look it up. It’s a really fun dice game. I have been a part of this group for over 10 years now. Each month we rotate a different house to play at. It’s sort of a pot luck evening, we all bring a dish or dessert to share. I seem to always go for something sweet to make for the evening.
If you missed my last post where I shared how to make a Blueberry cheese cake, you can get all the details there on my new Home pressure cooking line coming soon. This was the last test I needed to do on one of my products before moving forward. It certainly passed the test and I am excited for you to be able to test it out soon for yourself.
When my husband sampled the dessert, he actually said WOW..I think this is the best dessert you ever made. He said it tasted like Nothing bundt cakes. Say what?! yes, he was sort of right, it really did.
I made it look so pretty too. I just sprinkled on a little confectionery sugar and colorful sprinkles.
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Follow the cake mix box instructions accordingly.
Spray a 7 inch Bundt cake form pan lightly (preferably my new pan coming soon:)
Add cake mix to pan.
Add 1 1/2 cups of water to the inner pot of your pressure cooker.
Place pan on trivet or home made foil wrap and place the cake in the pressure cooker. Place loosely a piece of tin foil over cake. I am not sure if this step was necessary, but I did it anyway.
Set pot to manual for 25 minutes. Do a Quick release once count down complete.
Remove cake from pot and let cool down for at least 20 minutes. Release the latch on the form pan and remove inner portion. Take a plate and place over cake and gently flip over.
Sprinkle or frost.
|1 box Lemon Duncan Hines cake mix|
|Sprinkled Confectionery sugar|