Preheat your Char-Broil The Big Easy Oil-less Turkey Fryer for 15 minutes.
Pumpkin Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake
The Big Easy can be used for so much more than cooking a 16 lb. turkey. With a few simple accessories you can use your Big Easy to roast boneless ribs, “fry” chicken legs and/or wings, slow cook ribs, or roast kebabs. Even better, you can use the Stackable Oven accessory to convert your Big Easy to an outdoor oven! This means baking on the go! Imag...
The Big Easy can be used for so much more than cooking a 16 lb. turkey. With a few simple accessories you can use your Big Easy to roast boneless ribs, “fry” chicken legs and/or wings, slow cook ribs, or roast kebabs. Even better, you can use the Stackable Oven accessory to convert your Big Easy to an outdoor oven! This means baking on the go! Imagine being able to roast individual chickens on a family camping trip, and then following it up with a baked Apple Crisp! So many options!
Use The Big Easy with Stackable Oven to bake a perfectly seasonal and comforting Pumpkin Sticky Toffee Pudding Cake. Not quite cake, not quite pudding, but 100% pumpkin-spiced decadence, this dessert will fully satisfy your fall cravings. Pudding cakes are best ever-so-slightly undercooked, so the center remains gooey, but warm. Top this one with a buttery walnut streusel and then drizzled an exorbitant amount of sticky toffee sauce over the top.
Enjoy a warm slice with vanilla bean ice cream, or go crazy and try butter pecan. I’m
Combine pumpkin puree, eggs, vegetable oil, vanilla and maple syrup. Add the sugar and mix well.
Combine the flour, salt, baking soda, baking powder and spices. Whisk to combine and add to the wet mixture.
Combine all of the ingredients for the streusel topping and set aside.
Pour pumpkin batter into a greased 9-inch round cake pan and sprinkle evenly with the streusel topping.
Lower the cake plate into the Stackable Oven Accessory and secure the lid. Carefully lower the stackable oven down into the cooking chamber of the Big Easy. Do not put the mesh lid on the Big Easy.
Meanwhile, make the sauce by combining all of the ingredients in a small saucepan. Cook on medium and let come to a boil. Stir frequently and let cook for 3 to 4 minutes to thicken.
After 50 minutes, insert a toothpick into the cake and check for doneness. This can be tricky for a pudding cake, because it is normal for the toothpick to come out only mostly clean. As long as your toothpick doesn’t come out with wet cake batter, you’re good to go. If it needs more time to cook, check back every 5 minutes.
Serve cake warm, drizzled with warm sticky toffee sauce. You can also top with vanilla ice cream.