Eggless Chocolate Mug Cake ~ Microwave Mug Cake

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Birthdays are always memorable. I vividly remember celebrating mine with Caramel Toffees most of my life, then it got upgraded to Carbuary Nuts, those small caramel coated chocolate nuts. Those days it was never about cutting cakes at home. It was mostly spending time with school friends. The whole day you are treated so special and the fun never ends.
The time I remember cutting cakes and spending much time with friends or the whole family gathering to celebrate, started when I completed my tenth standard. And we also started a tradition of cutting cakes for all the family members. Likewise we are not so into gifting each other. Wishes and kisses were more than enough. With kids coming in, their expectation of gifts came in. They somehow have always gifted me with their sketches, paintings, which is far more dear to me than any other thing. They get busy from the previous day and try to act secret with their handiwork.
This year its been extra special as my brother came down with his family. We are meeting them after three years. Spending time with my parents and my brother on the day made it extra special. To top it, all my BM Buddies gave me the ultimate surprise. When I saw the email thread which had posts, wishing me along with their cooking was simply superb. And more than that, was the video wishes from all of them across the globe. 
I knew it had to be Vaishali’s idea and what a wonderful treat it has been. I am so honoured and touched that all of them took time to do this for me. Thank you once again. The dishes each of them picked were my favorite too, so it was so much fun reading what each had done. Finally Padma walked in with a cake that Vaishali had requested her to give. Imagine I was floating in Chocolate Heaven since morning.
I woke up early and went back to sleep. My kids were waiting for me to wake up the usual time and planned their surprise around that time. Imagine their shock when they realized that I took that day of all, to sleep late!. When I woke up, they all prompted me towards the kitchen and the sight that greeted me was so sweet. Peddu had written a notice to be careful in handling the Microwave. I opened it up to see a Mug cake. They all jumped and wished me and were forcing me to eat the cake. 
For the first time in my life, I was eating something without my coffee. I knew their reasons right away, because they wanted to eat after me. The cake was so delicious and so nicely done. I couldn’t believe Konda had baked it herself without anybody helping her. I knew she was upto something when she was in deep discussion with my niece. Looks like Amma was aware that she was going to bake something.
Konda said the recipe was new, as she wanted to bake a new one and not from my list. Later I realized that she added wheat flour, and the cake was still so good.
So here’s my vote of thanks for being such awesome friends. Thank you Gayathri for the wonderful card with your beautiful cake. Thank you Vaishali, Rajani, Sushma,  Pavani, Sapana, Kalyani, Nalini, Pradnya, Sandhya, Harini, Priya Suresh, Priya Srinivasan, Archana, Nisha, PJ, Usha, Suma, Srividhya, Sowmya, Jayanthi, Smruti, Veena, Kamalika, Nandini and I hope I haven’t missed anybody, for all your wonderful wishes.

Eggless Wheat Flour Chocolate Mug Cake ~ Microwave

Ingredients Needed:

Wheat Flour- 3 tbsp
Coco powder – 1 1/2 tbsp
Baking powder – 1/8 tsp
Baking soda – a pinch
Condensed milk – 3 tbsp
Melted butter- 2 tbsp
Milk – 4 tbsp
Chocolate chunks – a fistful

How to make the Mug Cake

Stir together flour, coco powder, baking powder and baking soda in a microwaveable mug.

Add condensed milk, melted butter and milk and mix well.

Add chocolate chunks on top and microwave for a minute. Check and microwave if needed for another 30 secs.

Serve warm.

Sending this to Kalyani, who is guest hosting my Kids Delight Event, themed on Chocolate.

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Eggless Chocolate Mug Cake ~ Microwave Mug Cake

Course Desserts
Dish Type Eggless Cakes
Author Srivalli
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  1. Kids are always excited to give surprise gifts to parents I their birthdays. Konda did a wonderful job making the microwave mug cake. It was a pleasure and fun cooking for your virtual party and good to know you enjoyed all the surprises and food that was cooked for you on your special day.

  2. Glad to know you had a wonderful birthday. And it must be so special when your daughter bakes for you. The mug cake looks very tasty and yummy.
    Have a wonderful year ahead

  3. You were spot on about Vaishali :-). Glad we could make your day a little more brighter, because I can see that the brightest part would definitely have been waking up to such a beautiful surprise :-).

  4. That was so sweet of Konda and she has done a great job with the treat. Seems like you had a blast on the day and it was a pleasure joining in the celebration albeit virtually.

  5. Srivalli! Many happy returns of the day to you! Looks like you had the best time ever – what a lovely way to wake up to a mug cake! I make it all the time, but never tried it with condensed milk. Wishing you a wonderfully healthy and happy year ahead! And hope to "meet" more often! Thanks for your kind comments on my blog. ♥

  6. So sweet of Konda and kids to give that nice treat first thing in the morning. Parents with kids like this are so blessed. I am so happy to be part of that intimate group to give you surprise. That mug cake looks fabulous..

  7. The older kids are very sweet in that they can afford to make things happen easily 🙂 Hugs to your older one. It was a pleasure in being part of the virtual celebration.

  8. Really nice reading about your birthday Valli. You sure had some surprised lined up that day. So glad to hear that you had a memorable day. I'm really happy to be a part of it and it is a pleasure knowing you. Mug cake looks amazing.

  9. IT must have been a very memorable birthday with your daughter making a cake for you!!! Belated wishes and a lovely cake recipe – short and sweet 🙂

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