There are times when I am alone in the house and I crave a sweet treat so badly that I think I can’t see straight. Please tell me that you feel that way at times also!
I know that I don’t want to make a cake or pie (I would eat it all) What is a girl to do?
Make this chocolate mug cake recipe! It is the perfect one person treat.
You can make this chocolate cake mug recipe for:
- A late night snack
- An after school snack
- A fun cooking experience with kids
You can feel really good about making this recipe. The ingredient are pure real food. You will find these ingredients in this cake mug recipe:
- Whole wheat flour
- Whole milk
- Unsweetened apple sauce
Make a few of these at a time and freeze them. They are so great to pop into a lunch box for a treat for your school age children. Heck, adults would be happy to find one of these in their lunch box also. When you add these to a lunch box, you won’t even have to thaw them. They will be ready to eat come lunch.
I often wonder if these little chocolate cakes will make it until lunch.
I added a drizzle of caramel to my cake, just because. You can also add some whipped cream or any type of jam that you love. I think the choices are endless.
If you want to make a few addition to this recipe you can always add:
- Dark Chocolate chips (we love the chips from Enjoy Life)
- Nuts (think walnuts, pecans, hazelnuts)
- Coconut, unsweetened
- Whipped cream made from coconut milk
Chocolate Mug Cake Recipe
Chocolate Mug Cake Recipe
Need a sweet treat for one? This recipe is for you.
- ¼ cup white whole wheat flour
- 2 Tablespoons honey
- 1 large egg beaten
- 1 Tablespoon whole milk
- 2 Tablespoons Unsweetened applesauce
- ½ Teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 2 Tablespoons Cocoa powder
Add the dry ingredients in ceramic mug and mix well.
Add the beaten egg, milk, applesauce and vanilla extract and mix until well combined.
Microwave for approximately 3 minutes. Cake should puff up and bake throughout.
Cool and serve.
Looking for more sweet treats or after school snacks? Take a minute to look at these ideas:
Bunnies in the Garden – a vegetable spread your family will love.
Healthy Honey Oatmeal Cookies – filled with healthy ingredients and a touch of sweet and tart cranberries.
Apple Cheddar Bites – A sweet and peppery treat that kids of all ages will love. Easy to make too.
Parsnip Chips – Tired of the standard potato chip for lunch or a snack? Make these healthy parsnip chips for your family.
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