This is, without a doubt, the most dangerous recipe for us to share. But it’s one that you are going to love and use for years to come. What is better than a chocolate cake? A chocolate cake that you can make in a mug in a microwave and don’t have to worry about burning or ruining. It uses all the same ingredients that a full fledged oven cake would require, but it’s in smaller portions and in a mug! Can you tell how excited we are about this cake in a mug? Because we really are. It’s a kitchen hack, it’s an easy trick and it’s going to be the best thing you’ll ever eat and we are happy to bring this to you.

It’ll take you 2 minutes to put everything together and 3 minutes to bake it and then 30 seconds to dress it up and then attack. Next time you’re worried that you don’t have anything sweet to eat in the house, try this easy hack and stay happy forever!

5 Minute Chocolate Mug Cake

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Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 3 minutes
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Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 3 minutes
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Instructions
  1. Add the flour, sugar and cocoa in a large microwave safe mug and mix
  2. Break the egg into the mug and mix it all together really well
  3. Pour in the milk and continue to mix, then add the butter (or oil) and mix till you had a nice thick batter
  4. Add a little vanilla extract and mix once more
  5. Then put the mug in your microwave for 3 minutes at high temperature so that it cooks properly
  6. Wait till it cools and then eat!
  7. You can even top it with ice cream or whipped cream or anything at all that you desire.
Recipe Notes

The bigger the cup, the more the ingredients and the more you have to eat!

3 Comments

  • July 7, 2016 7:30 pm

    Thank u! 🙂

  • July 7, 2016 9:48 am

    Hi Aparna, you can follow the same process, just pour the mixture into a pan and put it in your pressure cooker for about 30 minutes. It will steam and cook that way.

  • July 6, 2016 11:38 am

    Could u suggest something like this for pressure cooking?

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