Cake in a Cup

Have you ever finished dinner and wished you paired it with dessert? Or have you ever had an insatiable craving for cake, but found yourself without a proper baking pan or enough time to make it? I introduce to you "cake in a cup"! It's three minute confection brilliance without the oven, without the mess, and without the wait. All you need is a big mug, parchment paper, your favourite cake ingredients, and a microwave. Measuring spoons are optional. I stumbled across a similar recipe while looking for quick and easy desserts and I tweaked it a little to my tastes. Please experiment with different ingredients; I sure plan to. Hope you like! Ingredients: ~ 1 tbsp softened butter ~ 2 tbsp sugar ~ 1 egg ~ 1 tbsp sour cream ~ 1/2 tsp vanilla extract ~ 1 tsp baking powder ~ 1/4 cup regular flour (or gluten-free!) ~ A sprinkle of brown sugar ~ A sprinkle of cinnamon

Cream the butter and sugar.

Mix together butter, sugar, egg, sour cream & baking powder, vanilla & flour.

Line the cup with parchment paper. Don't forget to line the bottom as well!

Pour the mixture into the cup & sprinkle with the desired amount of brown sugar & cinnamon.

Microwave on high for 1 minute & voilà!

Try it - it's a piece of cake! 😉


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    Nicely presented Britney. will try it. Opa just baked something new called Berliner Brot. Bread from Berlin. I can’t stop nashin (nibble) on it. Oh dear you guys can’t have it, the recipe calls for nuts. sorry.

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