4 Delicious Mug Cake Recipes for Mom’s Quick Fix

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4 Delicious Mug Cake Recipes for Mom’s Quick Fix: I think you’ll adore this adorable, tiny Funfetti Mug Cake if you enjoy single serving desserts as much as I do. This wonderfully proportioned dessert cooks in around 60 seconds, and just takes a few minutes to mix together, in the classic mug cake style.

When you’re craving a little something sweet, this is the ideal, easy cure. In addition, the cuisine is adorable and makes me happy.


4 Delicious Mug Cake Recipes for Mom’s Quick Fix


Golden syrup microwave mug cake recipe



  • 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 Tbsp. sugar
  • 1/4 tsp. baking powder


  • 1 tsp. rainbow sprinkles
  • 3 Tbsp. milk


  • 1 Tbsp. butter (melted)
  • 1/4 tsp. vanilla extract




  • To a cup that is safe to use in the microwave, add the flour, sugar, baking powder, and sprinkles (8oz or larger). Mix everything up thoroughly by stirring.


  • To the mug, add the milk, vanilla essence, and melted butter. Make sure to scrape all the flour out of the mug’s corners as you stir until a soft batter forms.


  • The mug cake should be microwaved for 60 seconds, or until it has inflated up to two to three times its original volume. Your microwave’s wattage will determine how long it takes to cook; for my 1000 watt microwave, 60 to 70 seconds worked perfectly.


  • After a few minutes, let the cup cake cool before decorating it with your favorite frosting type or leaving it plain.




One Pot Hamburger Helper Lasagna





  • Serving: 1mug cake Calories: 313kcal Carbohydrates: 43g Protein: 5g Fat: 13g Sodium: 226mg Fiber: 1g



FAQs AND Questions


In any case, what is FUNFETTI?


  • Basically, rainbow sprinkles added to vanilla cake is what make a funfetti cake. It’s frequently referred to as “confetti cake” because the sprinkles resemble confetti, but funfetti—a combination of fun and confetti—was first used somewhere along the line because, let’s face it, sprinkles are fun.


  • I suppose that moniker stayed! These days, everything is “funfetti,” including cake mixes, icing, cookies, and more.





  • Whipped Cream – It’s really difficult to make just a couple of tablespoons of frosting at once, so I found whipped cream to be the most reasonable option for topping this mug cake. You will want to let the cake cool a bit before adding whipped cream, or else the whipped cream will melt.


  • Buttercream – You can kind of create a make-shift buttercream frosting by mixing 2 Tbsp room temperature butter, ¼ cup powdered sugar, 1 tsp milk, and ⅛ tsp vanilla. You’ll want to use a fork to vigorously “whip” the ingredients together until they get sort of aerated. Since it’s such a small amount, it’s tricky and doesn’t turn out quite as well as a normal-sized batch of frosting where you’d use a mixer to whip air into the frosting.

  • Cream Cheese Frosting – Similar to the buttercream frosting above, you can mix together 1 oz. room temperature cream cheese, 1 Tbsp room temperature butter, 1 tsp milk, ⅓ cup powdered sugar, and ⅛ tsp vanilla. Again, you’ll want to try to “whip” it as best you can with a fork until slightly aerated.





  • Yes, making this mug cake vegan should be rather simple. Simply swap out the whole milk specified in the recipe with any kind of dairy milk substitute, and replace the dairy butter with store-bought vegan butter. It’s a good idea to double-check that the ingredients on your sprinkles are vegan as well.


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