Slow Cooker Molten Lava Cake

slowcookerlavaI am so stoked to bring you guys this FANTASTIC giveaway today (and not to mention, this equally fab molten lava cake recipe!)

First of all, as a Hamilton Beach Brand Ambassador, I am proud to introduce you guys to yet another genius, innovative Hamilton Beach product that you’ll soon realize you cannot live without. Today we’re talking about the Set & Forget Programmable Slow Cooker and folks, it’s simply amazing. I’m honestly wondering how I survived with regular ol’ slow cookers in the past. This one is AHMAAAAZING.

hamHamilton Beach’s Set & Forget Programmable Slow Cooker is probably the smartest slow cooker on the market right now. The Set & Forget Programmable Slow Cooker has three easy, modern and convenient cooking settings: manual, probe, and program. For busy days, program the cooking time and the Set & Forget will automatically shift to warm once the time is up. If you’re cooking larger cuts of meat, like pot roast or tenderloin, simply insert the probe, set the desired meat temperature, and the Set & Forget will automatically shift to warm when the desired temperature has been reached. And for traditional slow-cooking, manually set a HIGH, LOW, or WARM temperature for items that don’t have specific cooking times.

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DSC_0754AAnd one of my favorite new features of the Set & Forget happens to be that the folks at Hamilton Beach have made traveling with a slow cooker a breeze. Set & Forget has a clip-lock lid that ensures the product is airtight inside, meaning no messes in transit. And the top handle of the lid is a spoon rest. SO BRILLIANT, Y’ALL.

Not to mention the entire slow cooker is sleek and sophisticated, with an easy to read control panel on the front, grip handles for easy transport, a glossy black stoneware sleeve, and a clean and modern silver and black finish.

DSC_0749AHave I piqued your interest yet? Good! Because this gorgeous, state-of-the-art Hamilton Beach Set & Forget Programmable Slow Cooker can be YOURS! Simply enter through the Rafflecopter widget below. I’ll randomly select a winner on October 7, 2014 to receive their very own slow cooker!! Good luck!!

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DSC_0766ANow… speaking of slow cookers, you know I had to create a highly decadent dessert to christen this new slow cooker… and what better dessert to make than an indulgent, sinfully delicious Slow Cooker Molten Lava Cake!? Molten Lava Cakes were one of my favorite desserts to order as a kid because of that irresistible, highly anticipated gooey lava center and the rich, spongy cake surrounding it. Add a dollop of whipped cream and I was in heaven. This cake transports me back to those days as a kid when calories didn’t count and lava cakes were aplenty. And it couldn’t be easier when you’re using your Set & Forget Slow Cooker!

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5.0 from 12 reviews
Slow Cooker Molten Lava Cake & A Hamilton Beach Set & Forget Slow Cooker GIVEAWAY!
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Recipe type: Cakes/Cupcakes
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Serves: 10-12
 
Decadent, indulgent, rich... have I got your attention yet? This Slow-Cooker Molten Lava Cake is made SIMPLE and is every bit as divine as the restaurant version.
Ingredients
  • 1 box chocolate cake mix (I used Pillsbury Devil's Food)
  • 1 & ⅔ cups water
  • ½ cup oil
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 box instant chocolate fudge pudding mi
  • 2 cups milk (I used 1%)
  • 1 cup chocolate chips
  • Whipped cream and berries for topping, optional
Instructions
  1. Liberally grease the inner sleeve of your Set & Forget Programmable Slow Cooker by using a nonstick cooking spray. Set it back into the slow cooker.
  2. In a large bowl, beat the cake mix, water, oil and eggs with a handheld electric mixer for 2 minutes or until completely blended. Pour the cake batter into the greased slow cooker sleeve.
  3. Using the same bowl, whisk together the pudding mix and milk until combined. Let the mixture sit for a minute or two until the pudding is slightly soft-set. Pour the pudding mixture directly onto the cake batter; immediately top with an even sprinkling of chocolate chips. Do NOT mix in - just leave it poured right on top!
  4. Set your Set & Forget Slow Cooker to MANUAL, 3 hrs on HIGH HEAT. Secure the lid and click start. Scoop portions of the cake onto plates and top with berries and whipped cream, if you'd like. Serve immediately.

 

DSC_0767AOh. My. Heavens, guys. This cake is insanity! Rich, fudgy, gooey and so chocolaty, it is not for the chocolate faint of heart. But for everyone else: dive in!!

HB_OCT_33967_slowcooker_blogger_7For more information on Hamilton Beach products, including news, recipes and more, be sure to visit their website! You can also connect with them on FACEBOOK, TWITTER, & PINTEREST .

 

Have a fantastical day!!

xo, Hayley

In the interest of full disclosure, as a Hamilton Beach Brand Ambassador, I was generously provided with this new Hamilton Beach Slow Cooker to review. All opinions are 100% my own.

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Comments

  1. Lisa Brown says:

    I would make chili in the slow cooker

  2. I would make Portuguese Kale Soup in the slow cooker, my favorite meal.

  3. this cake, obviously! #chocolate #chocolate #chocolate

  4. molten lava cake!

  5. I would make THIS, or some dump cake. Dessert for sure!

  6. I would make a beef stew!

  7. I’ve had this slow cooker on my Amazon Wish List forever! I want to try out the probe, so I would make pot roast with carrots & gravy in this bad boy.

  8. I’d make this wonderful looking molten lava cake!

  9. This cake! Was there any question? 🙂

  10. Denise M. says:

    This cake of course! Ive been looking for a slow cooker recipe that involved chocolate.

  11. That cake looks so delicious and easy! It’d be first on my list of many things!

  12. I would 100% make this lava cake first!! Lava cake is like….the best thing ever, and I love the ease of making that decadent goodness in a slow cooker!!

  13. I would definitely make this lava cake!!

  14. Melissa Miller says:

    I would make pulled pork!

  15. Sandy Headtke says:

    I would make a pot of chili.

  16. Cheryl Newton says:

    I’d probably make taco meat. Throw in some frozen chicken breasts, taco seasoning and salsa, and — voila! — a few hours later, dinner is ready.

  17. Brooke T. says:

    I’d love to make slow cooker chicken noodle soup! So warm and delicious <3

  18. Jessica DeMay says:

    The first thing I would make is chili- my favorite for this weather!!

  19. Mariaelena says:

    I would make taco soup.

  20. Chili

  21. Tia Holmes says:

    I would make chili for a fall night dinner!

  22. Some type of Indian food.

  23. Baked potato soup

  24. The first thing I’d make in this slow cooker is a big pot of yummy beef stew full of healthy veggies! Mmmm!

  25. I can’t believe you made something so delicious in a slow cooker! I hate my slow cooker…or maybe it hates me. I’m not sure. Regardless I want to eat this cake right now! In a new slow cooker I would make chili because maybe if I wish it hard enough and eat enough Fall foods, the weather will cooperate!

  26. slow cooker macaroni & cheese!

  27. Lori Andor says:

    First thing I would make in this slow cooker if I won would be a roast, ohh that sounds so yummy right now 🙂

  28. This looks so amazing! I could almost lick the screen!

  29. brownies

  30. Pauline Gudas says:

    I would make a pot roast with fresh fall vegetables

  31. Sarah Lewis says:

    I have never made white chicken chili so what better way to try a new recipie than in a new slow cooker

  32. I can’t wait to make the molten lava cake in the slow cooker!

  33. Katrina L says:

    Our weather has turned cold, so I think a big crock pot of soup is in order!

  34. You couldn’t possibly know this, but… this is my FAVORITE dessert in the whole world – EVER!

    I’ve never made it in the slow cooker yet… I didn’t know I could.

    So I would try this in the slow cooker first – then chow down on some chicken tacos.

  35. Beef stew! I’ve been craving some beef stew LOL

  36. I want to try a cheesecake and some bread! This crock looks Fantabulous! !

  37. Michelle Bowers says:

    This cake!!! It looks Amazing!!

  38. Kristy Carr says:

    I would make potato soup! This crock pot looks amazing!!

  39. Sarah Lambert says:

    I would love this slow cooker! Your food is awesome!!

  40. Kayla Shields says:

    This cake and crock look amazing!

  41. Molten lava cake! Looks delich!

  42. Christine Ilari says:

    I want to try making homemade applesauce in a slow cooker!

  43. Tina Maria Ratzke says:

    Apple butter is what I’d make. I have always wanted to try it. I hear it makes the house smell amazing.

  44. I would make bbq chicken.

  45. BBQ pork needs to happen soon.

  46. Genelle Pretty says:

    What a fantastic recipe and giveaway!! Thanks!

  47. I would make BBQ pulled pork.

  48. Elsie Nicolette says:

    I would make this molten lava cake recipe. Sounds great!

  49. I’d make some pulled pork. I’m craving pulled pork tacos!

  50. I’d make a pot roast. I’ve been drooling over the thought for a week now & would definitely be the opening dish for this crock pot. What a beauty!!!!

  51. I would make beef stew

  52. Michelle Mork says:

    I would make crockpot lasagna! I have been craving that and I heard it’s super easy in a crockpot.

  53. This cake!

  54. I’d make chicken curry.

  55. I would make BBQ ribs

  56. Amanda Nehls says:

    I would make shredded BBQ chicken in this bad boy! Of course, this cake looks awesome too! 🙂

  57. First off, that cake is amazing! Second, I would make this cake if I won. Mama needs a new slow cooker. Mine is old and only has one handle left. Great giveaway!

  58. I’d make some kind of pork-and-butternut-squash combo, because I am craving both so hard right now.

  59. A slow cooker is the only way to keep my favorite sausage dip warm all day on game day!!

  60. wendy rozema says:

    The first thing I’d make is Crockpot Lasagna!!

  61. barbacoa

  62. Christina says:

    I would make a nice roast or a whole chicken! 🙂

  63. Karen Urias says:

    I would ddefinately try this molten cake, it looks yummy. I have never cooked a dessert in the crock pot before!

  64. I’ve had a slow cooker on my personal wishlist for ages and this recipe just really conviced me again that I need one of those in my life.

  65. Some sort of hearty soup.

  66. I would make a hearty beef stew to help kick off the fall season.

  67. Mary Anne Niebyl says:

    Hmm…Irish stew with Guinness!

  68. Sheila Rutter-Anderson says:

    I would make this chocolate cake, why not start off with something I want to try & is delicious!

  69. Sticky chicken wings

  70. Sandy Lasher says:

    Chile or soup with the weather changing!

  71. I’d love to make an Asian form of pulled pork. Like hoisin pulled pork!

  72. I would make pulled Pork BBQ, super easy and delicious!!

  73. I’ve always wanted to try a dessert in my slow cooker so that’s what I would make first!!

  74. cindy jones says:

    I would love to make a beef roast with carrots, potatoes and onions in my new slow cooker.

  75. Leigh Anne Borders says:

    I would def. cook this molten lava cake. I never knew you could do a dessert in a slow cooker! That never even crossed my mind!

  76. I hopped on over from Thoughts in Progress. Potato soup is my new favorite meal so would try that, but the cake looks delicious too.
    Ann

  77. I would make chicken noodle soup.

  78. I’d make a big pot of chili

  79. I love making pot roast in my slow cooker. Turns out great every time!

  80. The first thing I’d make is pot roast.

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