Pineapple Cake | Cooker Cake | Eggless Baking without Oven

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Hey Foodies,

Can you resist over this luscious Pineapple Cake? I cant! No! It is ought to be one of my favorite things!

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That lace in pineapple cake looks good isn’t it? I know its not even! :p

Let us have a look at the simple recipe of this extremely luscious Pineapple Cream Cake which is ofcourse eggless and made without oven!

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Pineapple Cake | Cooker Cake | Eggless Baking without Oven
 
Ingredients
  • Dry Ingredients: All Purpose Flour - 1 Cup
  • Powdered Sugar - ¼ Cup
  • Baking Soda - ¼ Tsp
  • Baking Powder - ½ Tsp
  • Salt - Tiny Pinch
  • Wet Ingredients: Butter - ¼ Cup
  • Condensed Milk - ½ Cup
  • Vanilla Extract OR Pineapple Essence - 1 Tsp
  • Water - 50ml/3Tbsp
  • Salt - 1-2 Cup
  • Icing: Whipping Cream - 550-600ml
  • Powder Sugar - 5-6 Tbsp
  • Vanilla - If desired
  • Filing: Canned Pineapple Slices - Finely Chopped - ¼ Cup
  • Syrup: Syrup from tin - ½ Cup
  • For Lace: Melted Chocolate: 75ml or as required
  • Pineapple Slices/Wedges - 5 or as desired
Instructions
  1. Sponge: Add the salt to a cooker, use a idli cooker or a normal cooker(without whistle). Then keep a rack, cover and heat in low flame!
  2. Take a bowl and add in the room temp. butter, beat it. Then add the sugar and cream until light and fluffy. Takes 2-3 mins! Now add condensed milk, whisk for good 3-5 mins.
  3. Take a sieve and sift in the flour, baking powder, baking soda. Fold the flour into the wet ingredients using a spatula or a spoon.
  4. Tip in the water and make thick and creamy cake batter.
  5. Apply butter to a cake tin of 6"(depending upon height required) or a steel/aluminium container of such diameter. Then a butter paper(for smooth, perfect, cake!) in the bottom and again butter it.
  6. Add the batter to the cake tin and then tap it twice!
  7. Keep the tin in the cooker which must be preheated by now, Cover it and make sure its in low flame!
  8. Bake for 25-30 mins*. Check after 25 mins with a toothpick, if the toothpick comes out clean, cake is ready! If not, bake for another 5 mins.
  9. After cake is baked, take it out and let it cool for 10 mins. Loosen the sides with a knife and then transfer the cake into a plate then a cooling rack!
  10. Our Sponge Cake is ready.
  11. Icing: Make sure the cream is chilled!
  12. Add the chilled cream to the bowl and whisk until soft peaks! Add the sugar, and beat until stiff peaks. Refrigerate until you are ready to use it. Whipped Cream is ready!
  13. Lets Assemble: Take 3-5 bowls and keep a plate over it. Or simply use a turn table!
  14. Cut cake into three layer horizontally by turning the table. Transfer the layers to a plate.
  15. Touch the turn table with cream to ensure safe decoration and then add the bottom sponge layer to it.
  16. Spread 3-4 tbsp of syrup to it. Spread a good ½ inch layer of cream to it. Then some Chopped pineapple. Now the middle layer, syrup, cream and pineapple.
  17. Now the final layer, keep it upside down and then spread syrup!Take a big dollop of stiff cream and then spread it on top as well on sides. Then make it smooth! If crumbs are seen, do a crumb coat!
  18. Keep the cake in freezer for 10 mins(optional). Makes easier to transfer to serving base!
  19. Transfer the cake to Cake base using palette knife. Be careful!
  20. Lace: Melt some chocolate over a bowl and then transfer to a piping bag. Cut a Butterpaper/Parchment Paper in the size of the cake's circumference. And then make some design in the sheet. Let it dry for 2 mins and then stick in the cake.
  21. Transfer the cake to the freezer for 5 mins and then peel the butterpaper.
  22. Now add the remaining cream to a piping bag fitted with a star nozzle. Make some shell design as shown in video.
  23. Decorate with pinepple slices or as you wish.
  24. Enjoy!!
Notes
For Electric Oven: Bake at 180 C for 25-40mins!
The tin i used is a spring form tin of 17 cm diameter. I wanted some more height in my cake so i multiplied the sponge recipe by 1.5. That is increased the ingredients by 1.5. Like 1.5 cup maida and so on!
Baking time: As i made a little bigger cake it took 40 mins to bake!
Over baking can yield to a hard cake. So as soon as the toothpick comes out clean, switch it off and take it out!
I've made a lace of chocolate and applied for a different look in the simple looking cake. If you wish to skip it, you can ofcourse skip!
 

Here’s a slice for you!

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Isn’t the recipe so easy? So what are you waiting for? Make this and enjoy! Oh

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24 thoughts on “Pineapple Cake | Cooker Cake | Eggless Baking without Oven

  1. Reply
    chandrika - October 30, 2013

    The cake looks yummy. How do we bake the same cake using oven(time & temp). Im sure thats a lot more easier. Thank you.. Keep up the good work. YOu are truely inspiring….

    1. Reply
      Yaman Agarwal - October 31, 2013

      Hie Chandrika,

      Thanks! You can Bake the cake at 180 C For 25-30 mins 🙂

  2. Reply
    chandrika - October 30, 2013

    The cake looks yummy. How do we bake the same cake using oven(time & temp). Im sure thats a lot more easier. Thank you.. Keep up the good work. YOu are truely inspiring….

    1. Reply
      Yaman Agarwal - October 31, 2013

      Hie Chandrika,

      Thanks! You can Bake the cake at 180 C For 25-30 mins 🙂

  3. Reply
    chandrika - October 30, 2013

    The cake looks yummy. How do we bake the same cake using oven(time & temp). Im sure thats a lot more easier. Thank you.. Keep up the good work. YOu are truely inspiring….

    1. Reply
      Yaman Agarwal - October 31, 2013

      Hie Chandrika,

      Thanks! You can Bake the cake at 180 C For 25-30 mins 🙂

  4. Reply
    kiran - January 14, 2014

    Hey..

    the cake sure looks yummy 🙂 certainly does not look to be make by a 12 yrs old… love your website and your channel.. you are a very talented child.. good luck 🙂

    1. Reply
      Yaman Agarwal - January 15, 2014

      Hie,

      I’m 15 now 🙂

      Stay Tuned for more of CookingShooking 🙂

      Thanks
      Yaman

  5. Reply
    kiran - January 14, 2014

    Hey..

    the cake sure looks yummy 🙂 certainly does not look to be make by a 12 yrs old… love your website and your channel.. you are a very talented child.. good luck 🙂

    1. Reply
      Yaman Agarwal - January 15, 2014

      Hie,

      I’m 15 now 🙂

      Stay Tuned for more of CookingShooking 🙂

      Thanks
      Yaman

  6. Reply
    kiran - January 14, 2014

    Hey..

    the cake sure looks yummy 🙂 certainly does not look to be make by a 12 yrs old… love your website and your channel.. you are a very talented child.. good luck 🙂

    1. Reply
      Yaman Agarwal - January 15, 2014

      Hie,

      I’m 15 now 🙂

      Stay Tuned for more of CookingShooking 🙂

      Thanks
      Yaman

  7. Reply
    Ronak - March 28, 2014

    Made this for my colleagues in a farewell party who raved about the cake. I personally loved how soft the sponge was. Altered the recipe a bit, but was certainly very pleased with the results!
    Cheers!
    Love,
    BandraGirl.

    1. Reply
      Yaman Agarwal - April 16, 2014

      Happy to hear that! 🙂

  8. Reply
    Ronak - March 28, 2014

    Made this for my colleagues in a farewell party who raved about the cake. I personally loved how soft the sponge was. Altered the recipe a bit, but was certainly very pleased with the results!
    Cheers!
    Love,
    BandraGirl.

    1. Reply
      Yaman Agarwal - April 16, 2014

      Happy to hear that! 🙂

  9. Reply
    Ronak - March 28, 2014

    Made this for my colleagues in a farewell party who raved about the cake. I personally loved how soft the sponge was. Altered the recipe a bit, but was certainly very pleased with the results!
    Cheers!
    Love,
    BandraGirl.

    1. Reply
      Yaman Agarwal - April 16, 2014

      Happy to hear that! 🙂

  10. Reply
    UTSAV - June 28, 2014

    Hi, I baked a Pineapple cake, which was soft and fluffy. But the problem lies with the Icing, I made the icing with Heavy Whipping Cream (Tropolite), added Confectioners Sugar, Vesco Pineapple Essence. I used an Electric Beater, when I whisked the mixture its so smooth and frothy and Yumm! But when I apply it on the cake it doesn’t hold up, it melts like Ice! I used a 6 Star Nozzle to make the Borders, but the cream started dripping from the nozzle, and making designs was out of question! I even thought of using Crisco shortning, but it’s not good for health. It’s warm and humid at Kolkata, the weather might have caused it. Could you Help? I’ll be really grateful if you can!

    1. Reply
      Yaman Agarwal - July 2, 2014

      Hie

      Tropolite is a great cream afaik.. It must be the weather which made this happen or make sure you whip it to very stiff peaks.. Nothing happens to this tropolite cream even if we overbeat as its Non Dairy.. All the best for next time..

  11. Reply
    UTSAV - June 28, 2014

    Hi, I baked a Pineapple cake, which was soft and fluffy. But the problem lies with the Icing, I made the icing with Heavy Whipping Cream (Tropolite), added Confectioners Sugar, Vesco Pineapple Essence. I used an Electric Beater, when I whisked the mixture its so smooth and frothy and Yumm! But when I apply it on the cake it doesn’t hold up, it melts like Ice! I used a 6 Star Nozzle to make the Borders, but the cream started dripping from the nozzle, and making designs was out of question! I even thought of using Crisco shortning, but it’s not good for health. It’s warm and humid at Kolkata, the weather might have caused it. Could you Help? I’ll be really grateful if you can!

    1. Reply
      Yaman Agarwal - July 2, 2014

      Hie

      Tropolite is a great cream afaik.. It must be the weather which made this happen or make sure you whip it to very stiff peaks.. Nothing happens to this tropolite cream even if we overbeat as its Non Dairy.. All the best for next time..

  12. Reply
    UTSAV - June 28, 2014

    Hi, I baked a Pineapple cake, which was soft and fluffy. But the problem lies with the Icing, I made the icing with Heavy Whipping Cream (Tropolite), added Confectioners Sugar, Vesco Pineapple Essence. I used an Electric Beater, when I whisked the mixture its so smooth and frothy and Yumm! But when I apply it on the cake it doesn’t hold up, it melts like Ice! I used a 6 Star Nozzle to make the Borders, but the cream started dripping from the nozzle, and making designs was out of question! I even thought of using Crisco shortning, but it’s not good for health. It’s warm and humid at Kolkata, the weather might have caused it. Could you Help? I’ll be really grateful if you can!

    1. Reply
      Yaman Agarwal - July 2, 2014

      Hie

      Tropolite is a great cream afaik.. It must be the weather which made this happen or make sure you whip it to very stiff peaks.. Nothing happens to this tropolite cream even if we overbeat as its Non Dairy.. All the best for next time..

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