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Rice Cooker Pancake

Blossom Lady
Feb 14, 2022 03:51 AM
Rice Cooker Pancake

With their love of pancakes, it’s no surprise that the Japanese came up with an inventive way to make epic pancakes in their tiny kitchens: in a rice cooker. Yup, you can use your rice cooker for more than just rice! The pancakes kind of end up more like a steamed sponge cake, but they’re easy to make and fun to eat.

This enormous pancake is made in a rice cooker! No need to stand over the stove and flip individual pancakes. Instead, just pour in the batter and let the rice cooker do the work. All you need is a basic pancake batter recipe or even pancake mix if you prefer. There are a lot of article discussing the rice cooker pancake but very few recipes provided, or even how much mix/batter to use. I experimented with different amounts before finding what I think is the ideal amount and it’s the recipe I’m providing below. It doesn’t rise as high some of the others I’ve seen out there, but it cooks very evenly.When it’s finished, the pancake looks a bit like a Japanese souffle cake. I love that the top is evenly browned. It tastes like a thick pancake, though a bit denser and chewier than normal sized pancakes. This is definitely a recipe I’ll be making again. It’s great for a weekend breakfast or brunch, and I love that you can just let the rice cooker do the work while you go about your business.


  • 2 cups all purpose flour
  • 2 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 2 tbsp granulated white sugar
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 1/2 cups low fat milk
Prep Time:
5 minutes
Cook Time:
45 minutes
Total Time:
50 minutes
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