Ever heard of blender cakes? If not, you’re missing out! Let’s remedy that, shall we?
The blender is a such a handy kitchen essential that allows you to puree ingredients and create a smooth mixture.
It’s a perfect gadget to make smoothies and shakes, as well as soups and stews. I use it all the time!
But I’ll bet you never thought you can use it to make cakes, too!
With a blender at your service, all you’ll need is to throw in all the ingredients and give them a blitz.
In a matter of seconds, you’ll get a perfectly mixed batter waiting to be popped into the oven. It couldn’t get any easier than that.
There’s no limit to the kinds of cake you can make, too. From citrus-flavored orange to decadent peanut butter, there’s nothing a blender couldn’t do.
Time to make your sweet tooth happy with these 10 blender cake recipes! Each one’s a must-try.
Favorite Blender Cake Recipes
Let’s kick things off with everybody’s favorite: chocolate cake.
A typical chocolate cake recipe calls for at least 7 things: cocoa powder, flour, sugar, eggs, oil, buttermilk, and leaveners.
This one only requires three ingredients, and it doesn’t include cocoa powder and sugar. I’ll give you a second to get blown away.
Who would’ve thought that a mix of pureed chocolate cookies, milk, and baking powder can make a stunning chocolate cake?
Upon seeing the recipe, I knew I had to give it a try, and it did not disappoint.
This ridiculously simple recipe resulted in a surprisingly moist and fudgy chocolate cake you can proudly present to family and friends!
Summer is the season for barbecues, picnics, and trips to the beach. It’s also the perfect time to enjoy this bright and citrusy orange cake.
What makes this cake undeniably orange-y is the use of a whole orange – peel, seeds, and pith included.
The trick is to blend the entire orange to get a smooth puree that you can then easily mix with the rest of the cake ingredients.
And believe me, this isn’t just one of your clickbait recipes that’ll make you feel like a complete fool after you’ve tried it.
I’ve tested it out for you, and I’m happy to report that it’s 100% legit.
This cake is a combination of peanut butter and chocolate, so you’ll already know it’s a hit.
Besides the flavors, this cake is also wonderfully moist, thanks to ripe bananas.
If you’ve used peanut butter to make cake batter before, you know just how hard it is to whisk it by hand.
Enter the blender. Thanks to this handy gadget, mixing has never been easier. Your batter will be ready to pour in a baking pan in no time.
It’s completely flourless, too, which makes it relatively guilt-free.
This carrot cake is extra spectacular because it has cocoa powder in it!
While the combination of carrots and chocolate doesn’t seem the most ideal, this cake is an exception.
Seriously, this cake is one for the books. It’s unbelievably moist and packed with chocolatey goodness!
Because of its flawless flavors and textures, it’s perfect even when naked. But top it with an airy cream cheese frosting and it gets more epic.
Also, with this blender recipe, you won’t have to go through the trouble of grating the carrots.
Just pop it in the blender and it’ll take care of everything for you.
The author wasn’t lying when they called this vanilla cake heavenly. There’s no other way to describe it!
Vanilla may be considered a basic flavor, and it is. But, it never fails to impress. As simple as it may be, this cake is 100% delightful.
First of all, it looks ethereal in its all-white glory. The flavors and textures don’t disappoint, either.
This cake is wonderfully light and airy. It’s very vanilla-froward, but the honey, coconut, and lemon juice contribute their own amazing flavors, as well.
As if it couldn’t get any better, this cake is also filled with cashews. There’s a textural contrast of tender and crunchy in every bite.
This apple cake is rich, yet very light. It’s sweet and buttery with just the perfect amount of spice. Chunks of apples add a lovely flavor and texture.
Most apple recipes will require you to cream the butter and sugar. With this one, you won’t even need to find out what creaming means.
If you don’t love your blender yet, this recipe will make you do so. Fall desserts have never been this breezy.
This banana cake is a classic. It’s light and moist and packed with sweet, buttery, banana goodness.
It even comes with a delectable coconut whipped cream frosting on top!
What makes it different is how surprisingly healthy it is.
There’s no refined sugar or butter involved, just wholesome ingredients such as whole wheat flour and Greek yogurt.
You’d think this cake won’t be anywhere near as good as a traditional banana cake, but nope. In fact, it’s even better.
This no-bake cheesecake is rich and decadent, yet light and airy at the same time.
Flavored with vanilla bean paste and lemon juice, it has the perfect balance of sweet, cheesy, and tangy. It’s a wonderful explosion of flavors and textures!
If you’re not new to baking cheesecakes, you’ll know that mixing cream cheese can be such a chore. But with the blender, it’s difficult no more.
Thanks to the blender, your cream cheese filling is guaranteed to be smooth and creamy.
You won’t get even the tiniest lump of cream cheese with this helpful hack.
This pumpkin cheesecake is a mind-blowing mash-up of flavors! Creamy cheesecake and sweet pumpkin pie combine to make the ultimate fall sweet.
It uses a blend of cream cheese and pumpkin puree to achieve that lovely combination.
You’ll think it’s a complicated recipe, but you couldn’t be more wrong. While it does have wonderfully complex flavors, the recipe is a cinch.
The classic cheesecake is taken to the next level with Oreo cookies.
This cheesecake has a sweet and buttery Oreo crust. It’s the easiest way to make cheesecake more delightful.
But it doesn’t end there. The cheesecake filling itself also has crushed Oreos in it! There’s no way to describe it other than divine.
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