Chocolate Cakes in sandwich maker

This is an easy and quick recipe for kids lunchbox and for tea time.

Chocolate cakes made in sandwich maker


Egg 2

Flour 1 cup

Milk 3 tbsp

Oil 1/2 cup

Castor sugar or grinded sugar 1 n1/2 cup

coco powder 2 tbsp

Baking powder 1 tsp

Vanilla essence 1 drop


Take a bowl and beat eggs and castor sugar till becomes add the remaining ingredients and beat for 2 minutes on medium speed.

grease the sandwich maker and pour batter.Now  close the lid and leave it cook for  5 minutes.

Take out sandwich cakes from sandwich maker.


For better result must sift powdered sugar and grease sandwich maker carefully.Egg and sugar must be flufy beaten.Otherwise the batter will stick and spoil your sandwich maker and it will be a great mess.

Serve with chocolate sauce. 


14 Comments Add yours

  1. ZIA says:

    Nice Idea

    Liked by 1 person

  2. muslimah says:

    Wow this is such a great idea, I never thought to use a sandwich maker like this thanks for sharing


  3. Whoa this actually works? It probably could too, with a waffle maker. Thanks for sharing.


  4. Rimsha says:

    This is such a cool idea! Would definitely never have thought about it myself. Wish I had a sandwich maker so I could give it a try


  5. lubnakarim06 says:

    That’s yum…I have saved this recipe long back…but keeps on forgetting…thank you for reminding me..


  6. sainab says:

    Now this is genius. The best part is, you can convince people you’re eating a sandwich when it’s actually a cake!


  7. Nasra says:

    This is an awesome idea, I never thought to use a sandwich maker like this. Now I need to try it.


  8. Afra says:

    This looks interesting. It looks like a sandwich though despite you using cocoa powder?


  9. Zainab Dokrat says:

    Hmm looks interesting 🙂 need to give it a try!


  10. Never knew we could make cakes in the sandwich maker! awesome creativity.


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