I love baking mug cakes but most of them are with eggs, off late I have been trying my hands on Eggless cakes....thanks to my readers who keep asking about eggless cakes. Somehow I was not very confidant posting eggless cakes, but this one is a sure shot recipe, no chances of goof ups. What I am most happy about is that I made it in the Microwave, its super fast, super moist and super duper Yummy.... Serve it along with plain Vanilla Ice Cream, if you are a hardcore chocolate fan, then drizzle some chocolate Syrup over it and enjoy this heavenly treat out of a mug.
Drooling...aren't you, so just check out the Ingredients,go through the simple recipe and treat yourself and your dear ones :)
All purpose flour - 2 tablespoon
Coco Powder - 1 tablespoon
Granulated Sugar - 1 tablespoon
Baking Powder - 1/8th teaspoon (Half of 1/4th teaspoon)
Salt a pinch
Chocolate chips - 1 tablespoon
Vegetable oil - 1 tablespoon
Milk - 2 tablespoon
Vanilla Essence - 2-3 drops (optional)
Microwave safe Mug.
This recipe Serves - 1. Mug cakes are for individual serving, so you can make as many cups as you want to serve.
Place all the dry ingredients (all purpose flour, coco powder, granulated sugar, baking powder and salt) in a microwave safe mug and mix well.
When blended well add the chocolate chips and fold together lightly, clean the sides of the mug.
Microwave at high for 75 seconds (1 minute and 15 seconds). The cake is well done at 75 seconds if you check with a toothpick or tester it should come out clean.
Carefully remove from Microwave (as it's really hot) and Enjoy!!!
Serve along with a dollop of Vanilla Ice Cream, my be add some chocolate sauce if you want it really chocolaty, however there is a lot of chocolate.
Its very Important to know your microwave well before you make this as Microwaves vary from make to make. My microwave is 900watts and I have made this at 100% power and it was well done in 75 seconds, please check your microwave and judge accordingly, to get best result.
Also please ensure you use a microwave safe mug to bake the cake.
I have added 2 tablespoon of milk but if you feel that the batter is not to moist then add a teaspoon more of milk and mix.
Please leave enough space in the mug for the cake to expand, don't fill the mug more than half, or else the cake may spill over the mug.
Recipe has been adapted from..... http://www.tablefortwoblog.com/the-moistest-chocolate-mug-cake.