Coffee cake in a slow cooker
Biscuit is a favorite treat for many. It can be enjoyed in the form of birthday cake, rolls and small cakes. It is impregnated with cream, sprinkle with powdered sugar. But most importantly the biscuit airy and flavorful. Today I made cake in a slow cooker One Form from Stadler Form, and that's what I did.


  • Chicken egg

    4 piece

  • Sugar

    1 cup

  • Sour cream

    150 ml

  • Vegetable oil

    2 Tbsp

  • Instant coffee

    2.5 tsp

  • Water

    2 Tbsp

  • Soda slaked vinegar

    1 tsp

  • Flour

    1 cup

  • Butter

    1 Tbsp

  • Salt


The ingredients in this just for the coffee cake. If you'll prepare vanilla sponge cake, take the same ingredients except the coffee and add vanilla or vanilla sugar (1 package). 1. Eggs vzbit mixer with a pinch of salt,
add the sugar and continue to beat until the increased weight.
Coffee dissolved in 2 tbsp water
mix with sour cream, soda (slaked),
and it all pour in beaten eggs. Add the vegetable oil.
Add gradually the flour, stirring gently with a whisk until smooth.
Bowl multi grease with butter.
Pour the batter in the bowl
and put on the "Baking" for 45 minutes, and that's enough time for a biscuit I have thoroughly. Flip, I did not. Biscuit pull out using the grid for steaming and cool. Coffee cake is ready!
This cake can be used for making cake and pastries. I have done differently. Kneaded of the same dough, but without the coffee and added vanilla sugar.
Coffee cake I cut into cubes. The multi bowl greased with butter, poured a little vanilla dough, then put half of the sliced coffee cake, filled with vanilla test and is distributed on the surface of the remaining coffee cake.
The result here is a biscuit. But the cake still is boring without treatment and without cream.
I cut the cooled cake into 2 layers (preferably 3), was soaked in coffee syrup, and missed your favorite chocolate cream. Give time for the cake to soak.
Turned out very tasty, but not a biscuit and cake. Bon appetit!
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