Hey Foodies, in case you are considering making Dora Cake at home, then you should definitely make it without thinking twice. They are loved by kids and it’s an ideal dish to make at your kids birthday party or on the Festivals. This Dora cake is made in Indian style without eggs and red bean paste. Smooth and flowing batter made with butter, cream and condensed milk. Cooked slowly until just brown, chocolate spread generously and served. Let’s get cooking!!!!

Every kid and teen knows about the “Dora cakes” from Doraemon which is popular all around the world, their mouths water over it and there is no way they can resist themselves from tasting the cake. So, here I am putting up this post – The authentic Dora Cake recipe. Yes!! Now tiny ones can enjoy their favorite character’s favourite food with them. Dora cake is known as ‘Dorayaki’ in Japan. It is a pancake sandwich with a great stuffing.


Doraemon Cakes Recipe


Butter – 27 gms 2 tbsp

Cream – 60 ml ¼ cup / 4 tbsp

Condensed Milk – 80 gms ¼ cup / 4 tbsp

Powdered Sugar – ½ cup

Water – 80 ml extra 2 tbsp, if required

Baking powder – 1 tsp

Maida – 1 cup

Nutella / Chocolate spread – 100 gms


In a large mixing bowl combine, melted butter, fresh cream, condensed milk and powdered sugar.

Mix everything until you get a lump free batter, ensure that all the sugar is melted and mixed properly.

Once done using a whisk, whisk the batter for 2 minutes, this will incorporate air and make the Dora cake lighter and softer.

Add less than ½ cup of water and give it a good mix. Add baking powder and mix.

Finally add maida and give it a good mix, make a lump free batter.

Add the remaining water if batter is too thick. The batter consistency should be flowing.

Before making the cake, ensure you have a non-stick pan with a lid and also you have the same measure of the ladle or measuring cup to scoop the batter.

Preheat a non-stick pan, using a damp cloth, clean the pan, this step will even and normalise the temperature in the pan.

Using a measuring cup, scoop the batter and divide the batter into two, so that you can make two Dora cake at one time. The batter will automatically start spreading; you do not have to spread the batter. Cover the pan and cook for 1 minute over low flame.

When you see air bubbles on top, flip the Dora cake, it will look raw from the top. Cover the pan and continue to cook the cake for another 30 seconds. Do not overcook the cake, or else cake would be tough.

Once both the sides are brown, continue cooking the remaining Dora cake. Spongy Dora cakes are ready.

Once done make sets of all the Dora cake, same size and shape. You should get around 10 sets of the Dora cake.

Spread 1 tbsp of the Chocolate spread on one side of the cake and then cover with the other side, continue doing this until you prepare all the sets.


Serve the Dorayaki cake to the kids, they will love it.