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Paleo Mug Cake *Recipe*


I have no idea who came up with the concept of a “mug cake” but I like them a lot. So, whoever you are, thank you. The mug cake is pretty great because it’s easy (few ingredients, easy clean up), it’s usually delicious (um, cake), but it’s small (portion control, baby!). All good things, all good things.

Typically, when I make Paleo baked goods, I use some coconut flour which tends to suck the moisture out of anything so it’s a little risky.  I used a tablespoon in this recipe and I would recommend even using slightly less (so like, barely a Tbsp.)

Mug cakes are those kinds of things that you may need to play around with in your kitchen. You can add whatever you’d like: chocolate chips, banana, maple syrup, cocoa powder, blueberries, etc. Whatever flavors you like. I think next time I’ll try some banana and chocolate chips! I would also recommend testing your microwave the first time. Maybe microwave for a minute, then 30 seconds, then 30 more seconds, etc. since all microwaves are different. Anyway, here’s the recipe I used:

Paleo Mug Cake

  • 1 Tbsp almond flour
  • 1 Tbsp of coconut flour (barely a Tbsp)
  • 1 sprinkle cinnamon
  • 1 tsp of vanilla
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 Tbsp (or more) of honey
  • 1 tsp of almond milk
  • sprinkle of cacao nibs

I sprayed a little coconut oil in a mug then added the egg and beat it.

paleo mug cake


Next, I added the rest of the ingredients and mixed thoroughly. After everything was mixed, I just microwaved for 1 minute and 30 seconds (again, take it 1 minute at a time or even 30 seconds since all microwaves are different).


paleo mug cake...nom

paleo mug cake…nom


paleo mug cake

Let cool for a couple minutes, then enjoy!!


Have you tried mug cakes? Any good recipes?

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