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    Simple recipe for kids to start 'cooking' stuff. Easy to make and supervise

    Recipe #426938

    This yummy cake works every time and is a consistent favorite while also being a healthy way to get some vegetables into your diet. Top with your favorite frosting or just sprinkle with powdered sugar it is an everyday special treat cake.

    Recipe #398917

    This dark, rich, chocolate cake is perfect with coffee on a lazy afternoon or as a special treat for a birthday cake. It has no eggs or milk so is ok for Vegans. Top it with your favourite frosting, or just sprinkle powdered sugar on it to 'finish' it for the table.I love the recipe as I alway seem to be out of milk and eggs, so this recipe suits my house! I do not have an oven so need something that works in rice cooker. Rice Cookers vary but this recipe seems to work just fine in most. Set the cooker for slow cook if you have that function.

    Recipe #395536

    1 Reviews |  By circle3

    Banana bread is a favorite everywhere apparently! So if you have some old ripe banana's and a rice cooker you are on your way to a great treat. This recipe was adapted from one I saw in Japan. Asian banana's are much sweeter and smaller than the commercial ones found in North America or Europe so the sugar has been turned down in this recipe. If you like yours a bit sweeter substitute brown sugar for white sugar. Your banana's need to be very soft to touch, with black skins or very spotted to make this taste the best. If you do not have access to baking soda you may omit or substitute with 1/2 teaspoon more baking powder. Powdered milk is ok for this recipe if fresh milk is not available.

    Recipe #395511

    This quick and simple recipe works well in a rice cooker and tastes fantastic warm or cold topped with pureed canned pears. So simple your kids can make it. No eggs or milk, this recipe is 'ok' for vegans.

    Recipe #394716


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