Moist Chocolate Cake in a Cup
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Moist Chocolate Cake in a Cup

Preparation
5 MIN
Output
1

Ingredients

Preparation

  1. In a 250 ml (1 cup)-capacity coffee cup, combine the flour, sugar, cocoa powder, and baking powder. Add the milk, oil, and vanilla.
  2. With a fork, gently stir until the batter no longer has lumps. Sprinkle with the chocolate chips.
  3. Cook the cake in the microwave for 45 seconds. Let cool for 5 minutes to allow for the cake to finish cooking.

Note

If you want to do more, triple or quadruple the recipe and combine the ingredients in a bowl. Then spread the mixture into three or four cups or 125 ml (½ cup) ramekins. Remember, you have to cook the cakes one by one in the microwave for uniform cooking.

This recipe is from My Lil’ Ricardo.

Comments

  1. Surprisingly good ...like it can be made in 45 seconds!!

  2. THIS really IS the best chocolate cake in a mug. Rich, moist, flavorful. Love it

  3. Amazing cake in a cup!! I've tried diffrent recipes for cake in a cup but this one is the best I've tried! Love It!

  4. I wanted a little bit of something! Wow ...did this fit the bill! I added a pinch of salt ...but everything else was the same! Kudos on a great recipe

  5. This is nice! About what I expected from such an easy recipe. :P Like others said, it's moist, and tastes pretty good. Only, the cake is rather homogeneous so next time I might throw in some marshmallows and will definitely include choco chips (I was out of them this time).

  6. This is the BEST cake in a cup, I have EVER tasted! It had a very sweet and soft taste. They don't mention it, but i will. Add whipped cream, and or ice cream to make this 100% better! Delicious!

  7. Make it all the time - very quick and tasty!

  8. Was very quick to pull together, love that there is no egg to it. Texture is SO fluffy and spongy, I love it. I used real vanilla extra which had alcohol content, and will be going with artificial next time, as it left behind an odd tang in our mouths. I would also suggest adding another teaspoon of cocoa to give an extra punch of chocolaty richness, for those chocolate craving days! :)

  9. Delicious and fast.

  10. Very cute. I used ramekins and since we do not have a microwave, baked them at 350F.

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