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Looks amazing! I will be giving this one a try soon with our farm eggs. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

Oh you are so welcome! I wish I had farm fresh eggs. What a blessing. Let me know how you like it.

Linda Kodet

This looks amazing! Do you think would it be possible to use the Dulce De Leche sauce made with the Instant Pot in place of the caramel topping?


Absolutely! You could use dulce de leche or make your own caramel like I do with the flan. I tried to make this recipe super easy and semi homemade, but I think it would be even better with homemade dulce de leche!

Linda Kodet

Thanks very much for getting back to me so quickly. I can’t wait to have the perfect event for which to make this!
I very much appreciate your making a “quick and easy” version, too.

Have a great 2019 and keep up the great work,

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Look lovely but could you use a Yellow cake mix or any other flavor?


That’s a great question. I’ve never seen it done with another cake other than chocolate so i’m not sure if the cake will rise the same. But if you do try it, I would pick a cake with a similar texture to devils food. I think something like angel or sponge might not work.


How do you make 2 at the same time?

Sandy Knapp

Has anyone tried this using a gluten free cake mix?

Jennifer Ragsdale

Per the recipe it says to do the cake 1st then the flan on top but per pics the flan is with the carmel and cake on bottom. Does the flan seep thru the cake batter to for the flan or is the flan to go in 1st?

Jennifer Ragsdale

Perfect, I plan on making this today!

John mcgowan

I tried this and followed the recipe exact. The cake did not rise. I put it back in the pressure cooker for 10 more minutes but no go. I finished the recipe and put it in the fridge overnight but as feared it was inedible. I should add that my cooking skills are adequate as long as I have directions.
i have not seen a post from any successful uses of this recipe.

Last edited 1 year ago by John mcgowan
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