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Chocolate Mug Cake

Chocolate mug cake Instantly satisfies your sweet tooth. Common pantry ingredients are whisked together to make a cocoa-flavored batter. The cakes are cooked in the microwave for a quick and easy one-minute dessert. Looking for more easy dessert recipes? Then try this , , or . Chocolate mug cake Instantly satisfies your sweet tooth. Common pantry ingredients are whisked together to make a cocoa-flavored batter. The cakes are cooked in the microwave for a quick and easy one-minute dessert. Chocolate Mug Cake Everybody loves a big slice of cake, but we don't always have the time to bake. This chocolate mug cake recipe is the easiest way to have a sweet treat without the big production. Simple pantry ingredients like flour, sugar, cocoa powder, baking powder, salt, milk, oil, and vanilla create the cake batter. What's even more fun is that individual portions are cooked in just a minute in the microwave. If I'm not making my gooey , these adorable mug cakes are the next best thing. How do you make mug cakes? * Whisk together flour, cocoa powder, sugar, baking powder, and salt. * Whisk in milk, vegetable oil, and vanilla. * Divide the batter into two mugs. * Stir in some chocolate chips into each mug. * Cook one mug at a time, until the cake is set. Boosting the chocolate flavor Three types of chocolate are used in the batter. Cocoa powder adds the base chocolatey flavor, while the sugar helps to make it sweet. Adding in a tablespoon of semisweet chocolate chips creates gooey bites with each spoonful as it melts in the microwave. White, milk or dark chocolate chips can be used, or a combination to switch it up. Helping the Cake Rise: By adding in some baking powder helps the batter instantly rise when heated. The baking powder will give the cake enough lift to make it soft and tender but they will not be domed like a cupcake. How much does the recipe make? This recipe makes about ¾ cup of batter. It's just the right amount for 2 small portions (around cupcake size), or you can combine it to make one large cake. The batter doubles in volume so do not fill the cup more than halfway. Use 8 to 12-ounce sized cups. You can easily scale this recipe up to as many servings as you'd like to make. Can you make the cakes gluten-free? Yes, you can use a gluten-free flour baking mix to substitute with all-purpose flour. I suggest using almond flour. It does work well but will have a denser texture. Tasty toppings Add some whipped cream and cocoa powder. Spoon in some ice cream and caramel sauce on top. Buttercream and sprinkles make for a festive treat. Add some fresh berries like strawberries, blueberries, or raspberries for a colorful addition. Looking for more cake ideas? Try these!

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