Chocolate Mug Cake: Quick And Easy To Make Up. Hello and Happy Wednesday. How is your week going so far? Good, I hope.
Are you looking for a mid-week treat? Or maybe an idea for a quick lunchtime or after dinner treat?
Something just for 1. Chocolate Mug Cake anyone? How yummy!!
How To Make A Chocolate Mug Cake:
You Will Need:
20g almond flour
1 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder
A teaspoon of Splenda
1 tablespoon of butter
0.25 teaspoon baking powder
Chocolate Mug Cake: Quick And Easy To Make Up:
1.) Firstly, mix together ingredients in a mug and microwave for one minute.
2.) Last but not least, serve and enjoy.
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So what do you think of this Chocolate Mug Cake? Fancy trying it?
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So do you like to make mug cakes? If so, what is your favourite flavour? Do you also fancy trying any of these ideas here?
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