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Crockpot Cake


Is it my imagination, or was there some conversation about a crockpot cake at the rally potluck?  I thought I saw something about a cake everyone was raving about, but I can't find anything now either here or on the RV Dreams Journal.

Does anyone know what I'm talking about?

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I don't know if this is the cake that was taken to the Rally but I got this from Tony & Jackie's blog:

Decadent Chocolate Delight - CROCK POT

1 package chocolate cake mix

1 cup (8 oz) sour cream

1 cup chocolate chips

1 cup water

4 egss

¾ cup vegetable oil

1 package instant chocolate pudding and pie filling mix

Ice Cream (optional)

1. Spray inside of Crock Pot with cooking spray

2. Combine cake mix, sour cream, chips, water, eggs, oil and pudding mix in slow cooker, mix well.

3. Cook on LOW for 6 to 8 hours or on HIGH for 3 to 4 hours. Serve hot or warm with ice cream if desired.




-- Edited by Readytogo on Sunday 16th of May 2010 10:51:20 AM

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This one is not from the Rally, but instead one that Linda got from "Gooseberry Patch" on the Internet.

18 1/2 oz. package white cake mix.

3.4oz instant vanilla pudding

3 eggs

1 cup oil

1 cup water

6 oz white chocolate chips


1. Grease slow cooker. Mix together all ingredients and pour into slow cooker.

2. Cover and cook on high for 5 hours

3 . Serve in a bowl topped with ice cream or whipped cream.

Serves 8 to12 people.

Can also be made with chocolate cake mix, chips and pudding, or experiment with other flavors like butterscotch or lemon.

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If you are looking for other crockpot recipes here is another one.  I have tried this one and it is delicious.  I got it from Nanette's and Ken's blog.

Butterscotch Apple Crisp

Prep: 10 min.   Cook: 5 hours

Sliced apples are sprinkled with topping made with Oats, Brown Sugar, and Butterscotch Pudding mix, then cooked in a Crock Pot.

6 Cups sliced peeled tart apples (about 5 large)
3/4 Cup packed Brown Sugar
1/2 Cup All-Pupose Flour
1/2 Cup Quick-Cooking Oats
1 Package (3-1/2 ounces) cook-and-serve Butterscotch Pudding Mix
1 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon
1/2 Cup Butter
Vanilla Ice Cream (optional)

Place apples in a 3-qt crock pot.

In a large bowl. combine the Brown Sugar,Flour, Oats, Pudding Mix and Cinnamon.

Cut in Butter until mixture resembles course crumbs.

Sprinkle over apples. 

Cover and cook on low for 5 to 5 1/2 hours or until Apples are tender.

Serve with Ice Cream!!!!

-- Edited by Readytogo on Sunday 16th of May 2010 10:52:08 AM

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Thanks everyone.  I ended up making the Decadent Chocolate Delight and it was delicious and well received by our guests.

Is anyone familiar with a cobbler type cake usually made in a dutch oven that uses fruit pie filling, cake mix and soda pop?

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 These sounded so good that I made a trip into town and bought the makins for the cake. It's in the crockpot now with 2 hours to go......mmmmmm!!!


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Gosh.. me too! Just rummaged through the cupboard and fridge to make sure I had all the makins!

You guys are NOT good for a diet ya know!

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Diet.....what diet?  evileye

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Oh...yummmmm...think I'll go see what fixins I have in our pantry. All recipes sound great~~

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Do any of you have that crockpot oatmeal recipe that Margie used? Can't find mine.

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Sure here it is.....

Spray crockpot with Pam

Add 3/4 c. old fashioned oats
1/4 c brown rice
1/4 c barley
1 teas. cinnamon
1 teas. vanilla
4 c water

Stir all together. Cook overnight. Add 1 cup frozen blueberries and cook another hour.

I find sometimes it is too dry so I add more water in the morning when adding the berries.



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Hungry!!!!  These recipes are making my mouth water!  I try to use my crock pot as much as possible - found this recipe today and can't wait to try it!  We're eating low-carb, so a quiche is just the perfect dish.

Southwestern Style Sausage & Egg Quiche Serves/Makes:   12

Ingredients:
18 eggs
1 small can green Ortega chilis
1 pound cooked breakfast sausage
2 1/2 cups grated Monterey Jack or Pepper Jack cheese
1 medium onion -- diced
1 green pepper -- diced
1 teaspoon butter

Directions:

Grease crock with butter. Starting with sausage, layer meat, chilis, onions, peppers and cheese, repeating the layering process until all ingredients are used and ending with a layer of cheese. Beat eggs, then pour over mixture in the slow cooker. Cover and turn on low. Cook for 7-8 hours. Serve with sour cream or fresh salsa.



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Yum!

I regularly make an "overnight breakfast casserole" but making one in a crockpot is an excellent idea! Thanks!


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Jo, we used to make a cake like that w/ bisquick, butter, milk, and pie filling (cherry, peach, or apple.).  Probably sugar too.  Now I can't find the recipe, but man was it good.  Just mix it all in a dutch oven.  Serve w/ vanilla ice cream.  Have to start searching for it.
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These all sound AMAZING!!! I have had a crockpot for years and only made a few things in it but we will be FT in our new RV and these will be fantastic for traveling! Thank you all for sharing!

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Made the Chocolate Decadence for a pot luck at the campground last night.  It was a huge hit!  Thanks all!



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I do not even have an RV yet and I am going to make one or two of these for a picnic next weekend. They all sound so good and easy...Easy is the key these days.smile



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dreamjosie wrote:

Thanks everyone.  I ended up making the Decadent Chocolate Delight and it was delicious and well received by our guests.

Is anyone familiar with a cobbler type cake usually made in a dutch oven that uses fruit pie filling, cake mix and soda pop?


 I make one alot in a dutch oven but not with soda pop.  

1 #10 can of peaches

1 yellow cake mix

1 stick real butter

Pour the #10 can of peaches into the dutch oven.  Sprinkle the cake mix over the top of the peaches.  Slice the stick of butter into patties and distribute them all over the top of the cake mix.  Cook at 350 for about 45 minutes.   It's great.  You can also use any fruit pie filling mix the same way but using a pie filling mix, you would need to use the soda pop for the moisture for the cake mix.  I use either sprite or 7up when I use pie filling.  Do it the same way.  Pie filling followed by the cake mix then the soda pop over the top.  Enjoy.



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