1 Minute Microwave Eggless Chocolate Cake in Mug | Eggless Microwave Cakes | Step by Step Recipe

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It was 8 pm when I returned from office when I suddenly had this urge to bake a cake. Naturally it had to be an eggless one. And if it was to be quick it naturally had to be baked in Microwave. Some ages back I had baked in a coffee mug but never came around posting the recipe. I don’t remember it came out much like the buttery soft cake. Still it was good.
When this passion for baking got kindled again, I was in search of getting the perfect crumble, soft texture to my cakes, even those baked eggless and in Microwave. When I was chatting with Simmi, she enlighten me on how to get the perfect crumble, by adding cornflour. Wow it was so simple. I knew Cake flour was a flour with corn flour added, but never knew we can get around preparing it at home. Simmi suggested I add 1 tbsp of corn flour to 1 cup of All purpose Flour.

 

 

I have been experimenting with this combo to get the perfect texture. But before that my attempt to bake with my kids around really turned out to be a big hilarious adventure. First I combined everything off very quick while both the boys were pulling around to see what was going next. Luckily I just tasted it and it was really so bitter! I forgot to add sugar. I had already added it to the mug, so hurriedly removed and add the icing sugar. Baked it
Since I felt the first one may not have been right, I wanted to try a new batch, so mixed again. But this time after popping into the oven I realized I forgot to add the Baking Soda! Wow I was really jinked. I was not about to give up, so again blended another batch. It almost sounded like a never ending saga. I got out these cute cups that Raji gifted me when we met.
In my haste filled it more than needed and by 1 minute it over flew! Whatever the cake that remained at the bottom was very crumbly.

 

Step by Step Recipe to bake Microwave Eggless chocolate Cake in a Mug

Take the butter in a non stick bowl.

Melt it at 1 melt.

In a bowl, take 1 tsp corn flour

Add 2 tbsp All purpose flour

Add 1 tsp Baking Soda

Next goes 1 tsp of Cocoa powder

Add the melted butter to the bowl.

I used some bitter sweet choco chunks

Melted it for 1 min at microwave.

Then add 2 tbsp curds/yogurt tot the bowl

Next goes 2 tsp of cooking oil.

 

Mix everything together but not very briskly

As I said I added the sugar finally!..

 

This was mug I used.

Grease the mug with butter, pour the batter

Bake it at 1 minute microwave
I made another batch in these cute small coffee cups.

Peddu and Chinnu enjoyed it very much. I was trilled to get a quick dessert in as short as 5 mins.

Hubby dear did say that it was very moist though I liked it very much. Maybe since it was baked in microwave mode it came out this way. I baked another version which was really very crumbly and moist still..up next!

Eggless Chocolate Cake in Mug in 1 minute

Dish Type Eggless Cakes
Author Srivalli

Ingredients

Dry Ingredients

  • 2 tbsp All Purpose Flour
  • 1 tsp Corn Flour
  • 1 tsp Baking Soda
  • 1 tsp Cocoa Powder
  • 2 tbsp Icing Sugar

Wet Ingredients

  • 2 tsp Butter
  • 2 tbsp Curds / Yogurt
  • 2 tsp Cooking Oil
  • 4 pieces Bitter Sweet Chocolate chunks

Instructions

Method to prepare

  • In a bowl, shift the dry ingredients and keep it aside.
  • Melt the butter in a bowl. Melt the chocolate chunks too.
  • To the dry flours, add the melted butter, curds, cooking oil and mix well. Finally add the melted chocolate.
  • Grease a mug and pour the prepared batter.
  • Microwave for 1 minute.
  • Let it rest for 5 minutes before enjoying it.
  • I served chocolate sauce over it.
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22 comments

  1. I just made it and it is such a blessing when a craving strikes. I did have some problems, I was hoping you could help.
    I could still taste a bit of flour in the cake..is that normal? or should I keep it on for more time?
    I used the dark cooking chocolate and I felt it needed more sugar..Should a dark chocolate need more sugar?

    Thanks so much for this awesome recipe.

    Tejal
    (tejal2210 at gmail dot com)

  2. Thanks for the feedback Tejal. I am so glad you liked it. I think because we are doing it in microwave, we may still feel the flour at times. but try resting it a bit longer and check. Mine was good. Also do check for sweetness before popping it in, as few brands will be more bitter.

  3. Wow Valli!! Reaching home at 8 p.m n baking such lovely cakes…hats off to you. Will surely give it a try n i am sure it will suppress my niecé's sudden cravings at odd times and ofcourse mine too..

  4. Superb recipe,

    I read this recipe and tried this.
    It really turned out great, that too within 1 minute.
    Thanks a lot.

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