Microwavable Chocolate Cake

Microwavable Chocolate Cake

by Cassandra Aprille
(Las Vegas)

Chocolate Cake in a Mug with Powdered Sugar

Chocolate Cake in a Mug with Powdered Sugar

2 tbsp of Bisquick Baking Mix
1/2 tbsp of Cocoa Powder
1 tbsp of Sugar
1 pinch of Salt
2 tbsp of Oil
1-2 tbsp of Milk or Water
1 microwave save mug
ice cream of your choice
whipped cream
chocolate chips
powdered sugar
extra cocoa powder
chocolate syrup

1. Mix the Bisquick Baking Mix, cocoa powder, sugar, and salt in a bowl.
*optional* sift the dry ingredients to make sure that there are no lumps.

2. After mixing the dry ingredients together, make a hole in the powder mixture.

3. Put your oil in your mug and coat it to prevent sticking.

4. After coating your mug with oil, put the oil in the hole you made for the wet ingredients.

5. Place the rest of the wet ingredients to the hole.

6. Mix thoroughly.
*tips* make sure that your batter is a little bit liquidy/ drizzly consistency
too much liquid will make the chocolate flavor fade

7. After mixing all the ingredients together, pour the batter in you mug. It should be only half-way because the cake will rise in the process.

8. Place your mug in the microwave for 1 min. and 40-50 seconds.
*tips* place a plate underneath the mug in case of spillage

9. Let it cool for a few seconds.

10. Enjoy

* you can top it with ice cream and chocolate syrup, whipped cream, powdered sugar of a little bit of cocoa powder.
* mix in 1/2 tbsp of chocolate chips into the batter for an extra chocolatey taste.

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