the most dangerous chocolate cake recipe in the world

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High Street Victorian B&B

Prep time5 minutes
Recipe TypesSnacks and Treats

Description

Minute Chocolate Mug Cake

 

Ingredients

1cvery larg mug
4Tplain flour
4Tsugar
2Tbaking cocoa
1 egg
3Toil
3Tchocolate chips (opt)
  vanilla
3Tmilk

Instructions

Spray mug with cooking spray.

Add dry ingredients to mug, and mix well. Add egg and mix thoroughly.  Pour in teh milk and oil and mix well.   Add the chocolate chips (if using) and vanilla, mix again.

Put your mug in the microwave and cook for 3 minutes on high. The cake will rise over the top of the mug, but dont be alarmed!

Allow to cool a little and tip out onto plate if desired.

Eat! (this can serve 2 if you want to share!).

 

 

Notes

Why is this the most dangerous cake recipe in the world? Because now we are all only 5 minutes away from chocolate cake at any time day or night!

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Boohoo!! I don't have a nuker!!!

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i made it for lunch! shame on me!

 

but it was amazing Smiling

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I made it and the texture definitely needs sauce of some kind.  You could cut it in half for 2 servings.  I don't think it would keep too well.  Definitely dangerous since you can have warm chocolate fudge cake goodness in under 10 minutes.    I threw some Heath bits in there too. 

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When this is warm it's very fudgy! I made a Thick coffee chocolate sauce and drizzled it over it and the strawberries. It was to die for!

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You could also pour the batter into ice cream cones...

=)
Kk.

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i think this is it

Ingredients

    • 1 microwave safe coffee mug (mug, not cup)
    • 4 tablespoons all-purpose flour
    • 4 tablespoons sugar
    • 2 tablespoons baking cocoa
    • 1 egg
    • 3 tablespoons milk
    • 3 tablespoons oil
    • 3 tablespoons chocolate chips(optional)
    • a small splash of vanilla

 

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Chocolate cake for breakfast?

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I was actually trying to figure out a way that I could include this for breakfast... it's just so good!!!

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Looks amazing! I love making the 1 minute microwave brownies using No Pudge mix from Trader Joe's and yogurt, so I'll have to give this a shot.

One question--the instructions say "Pour in the milk" but there's no measurement. Any ideas?

Thanks for posting!

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Oh my gosh sorry.... I'll fix the recipe.

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Of course this had to get posted AFTER I start my no sugar diet!

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Sorry Sad

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hmmm ... i don't see the vanilla in other variations of this recipe  it is all over the internet right now.

has anyone made this? can someone tell us if it is good?  o/p??

i bet it makes the kitchen smell awesome even if it comes out a little rubbery.

 

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seashanty wrote:

hmmm ... i don't see the vanilla in other variations of this recipe  it is all over the internet right now.

has anyone made this? can someone tell us if it is good?  o/p??

i bet it makes the kitchen smell awesome even if it comes out a little rubbery.

 

I saw it on the cover of a magazine yesterday in medical office.  It was set up like an afternoon tea and each tea cup (albeit oversized) had a cake with diff colored icing and decorations.  It was very cute.

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I made it this afternoon.it was very good.

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good!   this is sooooooo tempting .....

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HOW MUCH VANILLA???

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to taste.

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OK, how well does this hold up if you make them in advance and leave them in the cups? And, HOLY COW! what a recipe! I can't wait to try this!

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You know, when I first saw this recipe, I could reply to it. Now I have to reply to myself or someone else's post.

Anyhoo...I just realized that if I made these for my guests, I could go thru a dozen eggs or more! I may just use a smaller mug and try it that way.

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Jump to the bottom of the page, the reply window is anxiously expecting you.

I haven't figured out how to get the reply links to appear on the bottom of recipes yet Sad

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swirt wrote:

Jump to the bottom of the page, the reply window is anxiously expecting you.

I haven't figured out how to get the reply links to appear on the bottom of recipes yet Sad

You may also have to work on getting the kinks out of this particular poster who just cannot remember to scroll...

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have seen this made in cereal bowls, too.

not to be too terrible, but whipped cream and chocolate curls on the side?

i love the name ... verrrry dangerous!

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How big of a coffee mug would you say? 10-12 ozs? Or the ones that look like soup mugs? How would you present them if you left them in the mugs? On a tray? I might try these on a slow day.

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soup mug size.

after you turn it out on a plate, put whole strawberries (upside down so point is up) all the way around it. Drizzle with Swirts chocolate drizzle and if you want a dollup of whipped cream on top!!!!

oh my..... soooo good.

Quick, looks and tastes great and best of all.... don't have to turn on the oven!!!

AND no WASTE! notice i didn't say waist. Smiling

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or drizzle with melted chocolate? yummmm

wait ... i think my eyes just gained ten pounds.

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