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Mug Muffin

Published Friday, 20 March, 2009 by Nicole

Quick, easy and oh so divine!

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Ingredients

  • ~4 Tablespoons each of sugar, flour, milk and cooking oil
  • ~3 Tablespoons Cocoa powder
  • ~1 egg
  • *Chocolate chips are optional for extra mmmmmmmm!

Method

Mix all ingredients together and microwave on high for 2-3 minutes, depending on your microwave... You can make it a solid muffin or reduce the time slightly to create a soft centre and therefore creating a chocolate pudding worthy of the Ritz!

This makes a HUGE muffin, so I normally divide the mixture in half (half makes a rather large muffin) and put the other half in the fridge for another time.... Try it and you'll crave it most days!

Comments

  • Jenny 4 months ago

    Didn't work. Did not cook and it was mushy and tasted bad. Would not use this recipe again.

  • Mehlda 1 year ago

    Attempt Number 1 - Did you use self raising flower? Mine turning out all jellowy. It also took around 6 minutes to cook, though I guess it depends allot on your mug/microwave.

    Attempt NUmber 2 (with backing soda) - lovely! TAstes delicious too, though the bottom burnt a bit ^^ Definetly reccomend it.

  • Lily 1 year ago

    Delicious just right!!!!!

  • Cam 1 year ago

    Is this a somewhat healthy option for breakfast? It doesn't seem so...
    And Great recipe BTW SO GOOD!

  • Madi 1 year ago

    Not much tast and I'd recommend only putting it in the microwave for 2min

  • Fatima 2 years ago

    It was ewwwww
    all the sugar stuck together and it did not wirk out well

  • Liam 2 years ago

    I made five muffins from this mixture and they were delicious!!!!!

  • ZigCat 2 years ago

    For some extra yummy, try to sink a teaspoon of your favorite jelly or marmalade fairly deep into the center of the mug for a creamy filling. =)

  • Ingredeints 2 years ago

    I halved the recipe, added smarties instead of choc chips and yet still had to have half the mix in one cup xd

  • Anon 2 years ago

    Done exactly what you said with added chocolate chips and it was really yummy! I used sunflower oil with cadbury hot choclate powder. :) it was hugeee!

  • Zzz 3 years ago

    I used green tea instead of cocoa and it tasted yummy :3

  • Aynonomus 3 years ago

    This muffin tastes like a bad brownie from a kid cuisine tv dinner
    not too bad :)

  • Charlotte 3 years ago

    Love it

  • UYasir 3 years ago

    I have tried it and i replaced cocca powder with coffee and banana.But coffee tastes more than banana.But it's ok.My kids love it.

  • Robyn_rihanna 3 years ago

    Thankyou very much ive shown this to all my family back in barbados and they loved it! I used it on my 777 tour thank you very much,blessings! X

  • Nicole 3 years ago

    Mmmm.......Worked perfectly thank you very much they were very tasty indeed! Xx

  • Niharika Ramesh 3 years ago

    Mthod to make the utencil in which you make muffin

  • The Drawer 4 years ago

    I use powdered milk instead of the liquid type. I would recommend it if you want a more solid outcome. I also add a dash of coffee powder and some salt. It's perfect.

    if you have extra time try:
    replacing cocoa powder with melted cadburry milk chocolate (google instructions for proper chocolate melting-something like putting a chunk on a small sauce bowl and submurge it halfway on a bigger bowl filled with hot water). You can also try dark chocolate. (i combine both one time and the result is heavenly!)
    -i also tried crushed koko crunch. Works just fine! :)
    -and follow the previous comments saying they use butter instead of oil.

  • Priism 4 years ago

    Yummy! Butter instead of oil! I have made these a number of times for a quick fix, and it has never failed to be beyond awesome. And so easy at that! The perfect recipe.

  • Emily 4 years ago

    Try putting butter instead of oil yumm

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