Home bakers are raving over a simple but indulgent three-ingredient Mars Bar Lava Cake made using a slow cooker.
Thousands of Australians across the country said the gooey cake looked delicious after images were shared to the Slow Cooker Recipes and Tips Facebook page.
The dessert is simple to make and only uses three Mars Bars, one box of Chocolate Cake Mix and one packet of instant Chocolate Pudding Mix.
Thousands of Australians across the country said the gooey cake looks ‘so tasty’ and ‘delicious’ after images were shared to the Slow Cooker Recipes and Tips Facebook page
The chocolate creation can be made by following the instructions on the cake packet mix, then cooking in the slow cooker.
It only takes minutes to prepare, but needs to be baked in the slow cooker for one to two hours.
The ‘lava’ is created by adding the chocolate pudding mix and chopped Mars Bar pieces on top.
The creation is simple to make and only uses three Mars Bars, one box of Chocolate Cake Mix and one packet of instant Chocolate Pudding Mix
‘If you love a creamy, calorie-filled dessert tonight, try this. Delicious,’ one person said online.
‘My type of slow cooker meal!’ another said, a third added: ‘Definitely going to try this!’
‘My god that looks good but I can feel my butt getting bigger just looking at it!’ another person joked.
HOW TO MAKE A MARS BAR LAVA CAKE IN A SLOW COOKER
1 x packet/box Chocolate Cake Mix
1 x Instant Chocolate Pudding Mix
3 x Mars Bars
1. Make cake mix following the instructions on packet
2. Put cake mix in slow cooker
3. Make chocolate pudding according to instructions on the packet
4. Pour on top of cake mix – DO NOT STIR
5. Cut up Mars Bars and sprinkle over the top – do not stir together
6. Cook on high for 1-2 hours until cake is cooked
Earlier this month another home cook revealed how to make a similar three-ingredient Nutella cake
Earlier this month another home cook revealed how to make a similar three-ingredient Nutella cake using her slow cooker too.
The woman also shared the recipe to the Slow Cooker Recipe and Tips Australia Facebook page and revealed she used Nutella, self-raising flour and eggs.
The woman said if she had more Nutella she would’ve added a glaze over the top instead of icing sugar.
By using the slow cooker, the cake turned out perfect and wasn’t too dry.
Soon after sharing the recipe online, other home bakers praised the woman and were eager to try make the cake themselves.