Monday, June 11, 2012

Microwave Eggless PeanutButter Chocolate Mug Cake

As i told earlier,here am posting my eggless version of  mug cake i prepared through microwave oven, i used baking soda and yogurt as egg subsitute.This single serving cake is definitely delicious,quite addictive and a slice of cake just for you. Just gets ready within less than 2 minutes through microwave oven and no need to wait for an hour.

You can make different version of this mug cake either by simply mixing chocolate,vanilla,peanut butter, caramel,dulce de leche,nutella and why not cinnamon. You can make this simple and quick mug cake with anything and your cake gets ready easily anytime of the day whenever you feel like having this cake.Sending to MEC guest hosted by me,event by Srivalli and Kid's Delight - Wat Kids Love For Summer guest hosted by Smitha,event by Srivalli and  Akila's Dish name starts with-M.



4tbsps All purpose flour
4tbsps Sugar
1tbsp Peanut butter
1tbsp Cocao powder
1/2tsp Baking soda
3tbsps Oil
3tbsps Yogurt

Mix all the ingredients and whisk together  as a smooth batter in a bowl and fill half of the coffee mug with this prepared cake batter.

You can prepare two medium sized mug cake with this batter. Cook in high power for 1+1/2minutes - 2 minutes. Take care not to overbake otherwise you cake will turns rubbery.

Enjoy warm.

37 comments:

  1. gr8 addition of peanut butter...I had tried only chocolate mug cake....next time will try this for sure..looking good..

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  2. Have to try this, sounds so easy and delicious..

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  3. Simple and easy microwavable cake with peanut butter, slurpp....

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  4. very tempting.. will try this...

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  5. I was waiting for this recipe Priya. Looks super delicious.Will try out this week end..

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  6. when i go thru your previous post nutella mugcake,i thought how could i make this as iam a pure veg..as you promised,i was waiting for your eggless cake and seeing this post i decided to try it this weekend.. thanks priya for sharing the recipe..

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  7. simple and yummy..bookmarked!

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  8. luvd the addition of peanut butter to it...yummy cake...

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  9. Never tried my hand at mug cakes/microwave cakes..

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  10. Thanks for the recipe Priya.. am sure to try this soon

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  11. Wat an easy peasy Mug cake, Bookmarked, will try making this with my kids...

    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  12. That's one I am going to bookmark.One without egg.For my daughter..The addition of peanut butter seems interesting Priya.

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  13. we shoud always have some cake recipe for moments when the cravings strike...love it.

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  14. the cake looks really appetising..as do all your recipes..have a eggless microwave chocolate cake recipe where I use yogurt and baking soda and is my never fail done in 7 mins chocolate cake:)

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  15. LE CHOCOLAT c'est mon péché mignon c'est un très beau dessert j'adore
    bonne soirée

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  16. Tempting!!!!

    I want to try mug-cake recipe, adding peanut-butter sounds interesting Priya :)

    http://delectable-delicious.blogspot.co.uk/

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  17. sounds very delicious Priya...mug cake looks super soft n moist, very addictive too!!

    Spicy Treats

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  18. wow..very moist & soft cake,lovely microwave version!!

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  19. Hi Priya, Just now started to bake by seeing your vanilla cupcake..... it came out very well....this peanut butter seems interesting

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  20. Hi Priya, Just now started to bake by seeing your vanilla cupcake..... it came out very well....this peanut butter seems interesting

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  21. Very yummy cake

    Event: Dish name starts with M

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  22. Loved the addition of peanut butter and the fact that it is eggless...looks delicious

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  23. The fastest-bestest snack that can be had in a jiffy.

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  24. I'm doing exactly as your recipe says and it does nothing! It stays a runny batter! I've microwaved it about 5 minutes total now. My microwave is at high power. What am I doing wrong?!

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  25. Larkin, microwave cooking depends upon ur microwave watts, some may take just 2 minutes to cook this cake, cook for few more minutes to see, if you have your microwave oven's instruction book,do check it with the book for cakes.

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