Stovetop Cake with Pomegranate Cream

This stovetop cake with pomegranate cream is easy to make and you don’t need an oven! Chocolate and pomegranate come together to make a rich but fresh dessert.

So I just came back from a trip to Maui to visit my husband’s family. I haven’t posted in TWO WEEKS! Which I guess isn’t that long, but by the end of the trip I was itching to get back into the kitchen and make something.

The day I got back from Maui, I went to the store to restock the kitchen and came across some pomegranate arils. I usually am not a huge pomegranate eater since they are a tad expensive (especially when they are just the arils), but something stopped me from walking away that day. I thought, I just flew for almost an entire day with three little kids, so I should treat myself. So into the basket they went. And then I added a container of pomegranate juice, because I had a dessert idea brewing in my mind… with a delicious pomegranate cream on top.

Stovetop Chocolate Cake with Pomegranate Cream

Aren’t pomegranate arils just beautiful? I knew I wanted to pair that rich ruby color with chocolate, to make a perfect Valentine’s day dessert… although this could work any time of the year. I mean, fruit and chocolate. Can’t go wrong.

This cake is extra special because it’s made SANS OVEN! So, yes, basically it’s kind of sort of a pancake cake, but, not really. It’s a cake, and it’s made in a pan, but it doesn’t have the texture, bite, or flavor of a pancake. It’s much better!

Stovetop Chocolate Cake with Pomegranate Cream

It’s easy to make. You mix up the batter, and then you cut out a parchment paper to fit in the bottom of your skillet (I used my 9 inch). You heat it over medium low, pour some batter, throw on the lid, and let it cook through. Peel off, repeat. I used the one piece of paper for all my layers. Then, to make it pretty, I used my big round cookie cutter. It’s a little over 5 inches in diameter, so actually, it’s probably not for cookies… I wonder what it’s for?

You can choose to make your cake whatever diameter you want. Just make sure you pour bigger than the diameter of the round cutter you are using. Smaller diameter means more layers and a taller cake. Don’t get too crazy or you’ll get the leaning tower of cake!

Stovetop Chocolate Cake with Pomegranate Cream

As for the pomegranate cream, just whip some cream, and some syrup and vanilla, and you’re done! So simple to make and so delicious! This was so much fun to come up and I love desserts. If you can’t tell already, go look at my other dessert recipes. I hope you love them as much as I do!

Stovetop Chocolate Cake with Pomegranate Cream

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