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The microwave isn’t only for reheating leftovers. You can also use it to bake cakes. It’s true. If you don’t have access to an oven or just want a little sweet treat for one, then microwavable mug cakes are for you. Have your delicious miniature cake ready in under 10 minutes.
You don’t have to travel to the best chocolate shops in your state to satisfy your chocolate cravings. You can easily make this mug cake recipe at home, and it’s a fun way to get the kids involved in the kitchen.
Doesn’t snuggling up in some blankets while watching happy shows on Netflix and eating a warm mug cake sound like a dream? Make this chocolatey brownie delight before you start your movie marathon.
Baking this colorful Funfetti mug cake can be a great activity for your kids while they’re stuck at home. Let them help you mix all of the ingredients in the mug — just be sure to supervise them when taking the hot mug out of the microwave.
While there are plenty of desserts you can make with boxed cake mix, this red velvet mug cake uses ingredients you already have on hand. The pecans in the mug cake not only give it extra flavor but also an additional crunch factor. This delicious cake is topped with a tasty homemade cream cheese frosting.
Skip the pie recipes and try something new. Let the family enjoy the warming flavors of cinnamon and butterscotch all mixed up into a compacted cookie in a mug.
There are plenty of tasty recipes that use canned pumpkin, and this is one of them. This mug cake includes flavors of espresso coffee and the classic fall flavors of canned pumpkin, pumpkin spice and cinnamon.
This chocolate mug cake recipe is gluten-free and uses baking substitutions based on your dietary needs.
Lava cakes are a notoriously difficult dessert, but this lava mug cake is surprisingly easy to pull off. Just add a few pieces of a chocolate bar to the center of your batter before putting it in the microwave for one minute. Once the microwave beeps, you’ll have a delicious treat with chocolate oozing in the middle.
While it’s popular to eat Christmas cookies during the holiday season, fruitcake is an acquired taste. But if you’re a fruitcake lover, you’re going to enjoy making this recipe. Consider wrapping up the ingredients like a present and giving them to a family member so they can make this mug cake themselves.
There are certain things you should keep out of the microwave, but this raspberry mug cake recipe isn’t one of them. This mug cake recipe contains plenty of fresh summertime fruit and will have you asking for more.
This mug cake recipe will take you to sweet-tooth heaven. Imagine combining a cake with a chocolate chip cookie and then putting it all together in a mug. That’s what this recipe is. If you have any leftover cookie dough, freeze for future cravings.
You probably never thought of adding pumpkin into your cookie batter. But try out this cookie in a mug recipe that will also satisfy your seasonal cravings using canned pumpkin and pumpkin spice. Feeling inspired to bake beyond the microwave? Here are our 50 best cookie recipes.
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