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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 1
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 161.6
  • Total Fat: 6.2 g
  • Cholesterol: 0.0 mg
  • Sodium: 130.6 mg
  • Total Carbs: 25.8 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 1.8 g
  • Protein: 2.2 g

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Egg-Free Chocolate Mug Cake using Bisquick

Submitted by: FLUFFYDOGLOVER

Introduction

I made up this mug cake today when I wanted to try making something chocolately for dessert out of bisquick. The result was a light and fluffy chocolate cake without the density of other mug cakes, and as a bonus it can be made in a normal sized mug. It's also very yummy when topped with fresh berries, chocolate sauce, caramel, or ice cream and chocolate chips can be added to the batter if you don't want to eat it plain. I made up this mug cake today when I wanted to try making something chocolately for dessert out of bisquick. The result was a light and fluffy chocolate cake without the density of other mug cakes, and as a bonus it can be made in a normal sized mug. It's also very yummy when topped with fresh berries, chocolate sauce, caramel, or ice cream and chocolate chips can be added to the batter if you don't want to eat it plain.
Number of Servings: 1

Ingredients

    2 Tbsp bisquick mix
    1 Tbsp Cocoa Powder
    1 Tbsp Sugar
    2 Tbsp water
    1 tsp Canola oil (or any other oil of preference)
    1/4 tsp of Immitation Vanilla Extract (Use less if using real Vanilla extract)

Directions

Combine the bisquick, cocoa powder, and sugar in your mug and stir until well mixed.

Add the water, oil, and vanilla extract and stir until a smooth batter is formed.

Place your mug in the microwave and cook it on high for approximately 1 minute (using a 1500 watt microwave). The cake is done when the edges pull away from the sides of the mug.

Allow the cake to cool for a minute or two, if you can, and then dig in!



Serving Size: 1 individual chocolate mug cake

Number of Servings: 1

Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user FLUFFYDOGLOVER.





TAGS:  Desserts |

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  • Very Good
    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
    I added 1 T protein powder and about 10 chocolate chips, it hit the spot. - 6/18/13

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  • I love this! I used whole wheat biscuit mix and divided 1 1/2 recipes between two mugs. It cooked in one minute this way.
    I will definitely make this again. - 7/28/14

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  • There are quite a number of reliable "impossible" (pies, main dishes, etc) that are linked with Bisquick. I've made them, but using it in a mug cake recipe? Priceless. Thanks for this. You have "sparked" a new trend in my exploring nuking mugs. Thanks. BTW, make your own bisquick if you'd like. Ciao - 7/24/14

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  • I made this for the family one night (this past week) and we LOVED it! Especially my kiddos who are ages 12, 10, and 7! It is a quick, easy dessert! Thanks for the recipe! - 8/4/13

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