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    Does anyone have an awesome cake in a mug recipe?

    I am craving cake but all the mug cakes I have tried have been very average.

    Help!!!

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    Now I want cake. Hopefully someone will help us...

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    I know a brownie in a mug recipe

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    I know a brownie in a mug recipe
    Even better!

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    2tbs flour, 2tbs sugar, 2tbs butter, 1tbs cocoa powder, 1tbs milk.

    I think that's it. If you want it more cake like it works well with self raising flour.

    Microwave 40-50s

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    yeah I use that one (adorned with cats' one) .. with SR flour. add choc bits and sometimes I add walnuts too.

    ETA - actually mine is a bit different.

    4 tablesoops SR flour
    2 (or 1.5) tablespons sugar
    2 tablespoons cocoa
    1 egg
    3 tablespoons milk
    2 tablespoons vegetable oil
    choc chips

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    2tbs flour, 2tbs sugar, 2tbs butter, 1tbs cocoa powder, 1tbs milk.

    I think that's it. If you want it more cake like it works well with self raising flour.

    Microwave 40-50s
    Thank you! Will report back with how I went

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    Oh yeah the one I based mine off suggested choc chips but I never have any!

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    Oh no now I think I might have to try this now. Might be a silly question, but Do you need to melt the butter?


 

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