recipe roundup

anonymous asked:

Do you have any good mug cake recipes?

oh my goodness. thank you for this question.

Carrot Coconut Mug Cake

Chocolate Brownie Mug Cake

Chocolate-Chip-Cookie Mug Cake

Coconut Mug Cake

Gooey Chocolate Mug Cake

Meyer Lemon Mug Cake

Microwave Cinnamon Rolls

Microwave Coconut Buns

Microwave Pumpkin Pie

Red Velvet Beetroot Mug Cake

Those are some recipes to start you off.

Here’s how to make up your own recipe.

You will need: 

at least half of an egg, ideally a whole one

something dry (coconut flour, nut flour, cocoa, desiccated coconut, ground flaxseed) OR a big tablespoon of softened cream cheese. I don’t know why this works but it does in a pinch

maybe some oil or melted butter, or other wet ingredients like greek yoghurt or coconut cream or mashed avocado or, indeed, more cream cheese

maybe some other flavours (sweetener, salt, cheese, lemon, vanilla, carrot, pumpkin, coconut, cream cheese, ginger, berries, cinnamon, olives, herbs, rosewater, matcha green tea powder, lavender, feta, garlic, pesto, anything you want)

and maybe some chunks (walnuts, other nuts, chocolate chips, fruit, vegetables, etc)

pick some ingredients that go together, and mix them up until the consistency is somewhere between a runny pancake mix and a less-runny brownie mix. (be prepared for a few kinda-average cakes before you find the perfect ratio of ingredients and attain the perfect cake.)

put on a topping if you want (cinnamon, sesame seeds, olives, cheese etc)

microwave for like a minute. sometimes less, occasionally more, depending on your microwave. if psyllium husk is anywhere in the mix, you might need to cook it a bit longer.

and maybe you want some icing! like, mascarpone or whipped cream or butter or aioli etc.

Now you have all of my secrets! Good luck :D

and if anyone else has a keto mug cake recipe or idea to add, please feel free!

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