Condensed Milk Cake Recipe Without Oven | How to Make Condensed Milk Cake

Are you craving for that sweet and tasty condensed milk cake? You can cook and prepare this dessert without an oven! Steam it using a pan. After an hour, this sweet dessert is ready to eat!


• oil for greasing
• 1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
• 1 tsp baking powder

• 1/4 cup softened butter
• 4 eggs
• 1 x 300 ml can condensed milk

• powdered sugar (optional for garnishing)


Prepare a 6-inch round baking pan.
Grease it lightly with cooking oil.
Set aside.

In a mixing bowl, add 1 3/4 cups of all-purpose flour and 1 tsp baking powder.
Mix well to combine.
Set aside.

In another bowl, add 1/4 cup of softened butter.
Whisk until butter smoothens.
Add 4 eggs.
Whisk until well combined with the butter.
Add a can of condensed milk.
Mix well to combine until smooth and without lumps.
Gradually add the flour mixture while continuing to mix.
Continue to mix until smooth.
Pour the mixture into the round baking pan.
Set aside.

Set a pan over medium heat.
Place a wire rack in the pan.
Cover the lid.
Preheat for 10 minutes.
After 10 minutes, put the baking pan on top of the wire rack.
Cover the lid.
Switch to medium-low heat and cook for 60 minutes.
You can insert a toothpick in the middle of the cake to check if done.
If the toothpick comes out clean, then your cake is ready.
Remove from the pan and let it cool.
Sprinkle with powdered sugar on top.
Slice into servings.

Condensed Milk Cake Recipe Without Oven - How to Make Condensed Milk Cake
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