Eggless Microwave Single Serving Peanut Butter Mug Cake

Eggless microwave peanut butter cake

Earlier I posted a cookie and a cake. But what if your kiddo asks for cake or cookie in the evening after coming from school? Or what if you have a sudden craving of sweet? Here is the solution – Single serving eggless microwave peanut butter cake – A rich, sweet and protein loaded mug cake with the goodness of peanut butter. You can find the single serving 1-minute microwave cookie recipe here.

I always look out easy after school snacks and that’s when I stumbled upon this recipe and tried it right away. I didn’t make it vegan, though. This has become one staple mug cake in our household, but it took this long to appear on my blog. Two tablespoons of peanut butter contain 8 grams of protein. That’s quite a chunk of daily protein intake. Being a vegetarian, I always hunt down for protein rich foods and this peanut butter is one among them. But vaandu doesn’t opt for PBJ sandwiches and also not a super big fan of sweetened peanut butter. So when I was thinking how to add PB in his diet, this recipe came as a rescue. I love the fact that it’s super simple and can be preparing in less than 5 minutes. Here is my version of Eggless Peanut Butter Mug Cake,

Eggless microwave peanut butter cake   

Ingredients:

  • All Purpose Flour – 2 tbsps
  • Peanut Butter – 2 tbsps
  • Milk – 2 tbsps
  • Maple Syrup – 1 tbsp
  • Sugar – 1 tsp
  • Baking Powder – ¼ tsp
  • Vanilla Extract – ½ tsp
  • Chocolate chips  of your flavor and choice for topping

Steps:

peanutbuttercake

  • Add all ingredients except the chocolate chips to an 8-ounce or larger microwave-safe mug.
  • Use a fork or spoon and stir all the ingredients together until combined.
  • Microwave for 1 minute and you can see the cake puffs up and when you insert a toothpick it should come out clean. seconds. If it’s not done after 60 seconds, try cooking in 15-second intervals until done.
  • Top with chocolate chips or chunks and enjoy.

Eggless microwave peanut butter cake

Notes:

  • You can substitute APF with gluten free flour or whole wheat flour.
  • Sugar is optional. You can add more maple syrup or sugar as per your sweet preference.
  • Instead of milk, almond milk or coconut milk can be added too.
  • The microwaving time differs based on the powder setting. After 45 secs keep an eye on the cake and check at 15 sec interval time.

Eggless microwave peanut butter cake

Eggless Microwave Single Serving Peanut Butter Mug Cake
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Eggless microwave peanut butter cake - A rich, sweet and protein loaded mug cake with the goodness of peanut butter.
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Prep Time
2 min
Cook Time
1 min
Total Time
3 min
Prep Time
2 min
Cook Time
1 min
Total Time
3 min
Ingredients
  1. All Purpose Flour - 2 tbsps
  2. Peanut Butter - 2 tbsps
  3. Milk - 2 tbsps
  4. Maple Syrup - 1 tbsp
  5. Sugar - 1 tsp
  6. Baking Powder - ¼ tsp
  7. Vanilla Extract - ½ tsp
  8. Chocolate chips or dry fruits of your flavor and choice for topping
Instructions
  1. Add all ingredients except the chocolate chips to an 8-ounce or larger microwave-safe mug.
  2. Use a fork or spoon and stir all the ingredients together until combined.
  3. Microwave for 1 minute and you can see the cake puffs up and when you insert a toothpick it should come out clean. seconds. If it’s not done after 60 seconds, try cooking in 15-second intervals until done.
  4. Top with chocolate chips or chunks and enjoy.
Notes
  1. You can substitute APF with gluten free flour or whole wheat flour.
  2. Sugar is optional. You can add more maple syrup or sugar as per your sweet preference.
  3. Instead of milk, almond milk or coconut milk can be added too.
  4. The microwaving time differs based on the powder setting. After 45 secs keep an eye on the cake and check at 15 sec interval time.
Adapted from Kitchen Treaty
Adapted from Kitchen Treaty
Vidhya’s Vegetarian Kitchen http://www.vidhyashomecooking.com/
Sending this to Valli’s Kid’s delight event.

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  2. My mouth is watering right now!! I start searching your blog and cannot wait to dig in! For years I’ve been focusing on developing my own recipes for my Blog, but I needed a break, so I keep following your recipe! I love your recipes because they look delicious, and also because they are very similar to how I prepare my own recipes. Great minds think alike?! lol!
    Prachi Gupta

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