Make a Tiny Cake In a Panini Press

Make a Tiny Cake In a Panini Press

Sarah Rae Smith
Apr 10, 2012

When you live alone or when it's just you and a significant other in the home, having large cakes and pans of brownies can be dangerous business if you have little to no resistance to the sweet stuff like I do. Forget having baked goods that taunt you for days — check out a simple way to make single-serving cakes with a panini press.

This idea for panini press cake at Betty Crocker making our attention. Many kitchens have this small appliance these days, and for good reason. That said, they can fall into the unitasker category and we're happy to put them to use in a new way.

The idea is pretty straightforward. You place a small amount of batter into greased ramekins and bake for 17 to 20 minutes in the press. You can then stack them up to make single layer cakes or keep them as is.

We love the idea of a snack that's not only quick to make, but doesn't hang out in the kitchen for very long. Is this an idea you're into or would you rather just bake something of normal size? Let us know below!

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(Images: Betty Crocker)

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