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Thread: Dangerous Chocolate Cake in a Mug Be careful!!

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    1 Coffee mug
    4 Tbsp Flour
    4 Tbsp Sugar
    2 Tbsp Cocoa
    1 Egg
    3 Tbsp Milk
    3 Tbsp Oil
    A small splash of vanilla
    3 Tbsp Chocolate Chips( if you really want to live dangerous)

    Add dry ingredients to mug mix wll with a fork. Add egg, mix thoroughly. Pour in milk ,oil and vanilla, mix well. Add chips if wanted) Put mug in microwave and cook for 3 minutes on 1000 watts microwave a little longer if you have a different wattage microwave. Cake will rise over the top of mug- Do not be alarm. Allow to cool a little; tip onto plate if desired. I usually eat it straight from the mug. I dip my spoon in icing and then dig into the cake and so on and so on. The reason its dangerous is you can now have chocolate cake anytime you want. I usually make up bags of the dry mix ingredients and then add the wet stuff whenever I want some cake!

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    Making it up in advance would be my downfall lol lol

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    That sounds really yummy.

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    Wow! What have you started? I can see great potential with this recipe. Thank you. :shock: :shock: :shock:

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    sounds so yummy thanls for sharing

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    This is my kind of cake but dh might have something to say about the size of it. Lol c

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    Self rising flour or plain?

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    Ohhh this sounds way too yummy and easy. Eating it warm from the microwave with some topping and a cup of coffee......a little bit of heaven I would say. Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewgull
    Self rising flour or plain?
    Its regular all purpose flour. Thanks for asking!!

    :-)

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    Oh my! This will tempt me :)

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    More dangerous 1/2 cup dry cake mix, 1Tbs egg beaters, 3Tbs water, 3Tbs oil.

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    We love this cake, sometimes split into 2 servings, topped with cool whip or ice cream while it is still warm. It tastes and smells divine! A true chocolate lover's dream come true!

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    Thank you will try it today.
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    This is more than dangerous!! Since I live alone I can have my cake and eat it all!!! Thanks!!

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    sounds great but what size cup do you use? I have small 4 oz up to 16 oz LOL have no clue in wich size try this out

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    wow....

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    Sounds yummy

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    I have given this recipe printed on a pretty card and placed in a cute coffee mug as a stocking stuffer Christmas gift, or last minute gift when the need arrives.

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    I was given a cookbook for cakes in a mug some are great but others you can't find ingredients for!!!

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    what size coffee mug did you use

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    I use either a nice size round or a tall mug will send a pic shortly

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    a large one--I guess it would hold 8 to 10 oz-- a regular coffee cup only holds about 6 oz. I try to find a mug that matches the person I am giving it to, put the recipe in, and a cute mug rug to match would be an adorable and inexpensive gift. (I just thought of the mug rug idea)

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    what a dangerous and simple receipe divine

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    I usually cut the recipe in half, trying to save on calories. They are good.

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    Sounds good. I will have to try it soon.

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