Super Simple 3-Minute Double Chocolate Cake. Another great recipe & photos 🙂 I was quite amazed when you said that carrot cake is "a classic non-chocolate dessert" when in my family we've been doing chocolate-frosted carrot cake for years, and it's insanely delicious. Use unsweetened confectionery grade cocoa powder, not the cocoa powder for drinks. I use the silicon containers called "tukuru".
The cake will rise over the top of the mug, but don't be alarmed. Intensely chocolatey, perfectly moist, super pretty and dead easy to make – this vegan chocolate cake is EVERYTHING a chocolate cake should be, and more. With no egg replacements and no fancy ingredients or equipment needed – this is the vegan dessert recipe you need to make. You can have Super Simple 3-Minute Double Chocolate Cake using 4 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Super Simple 3-Minute Double Chocolate Cake
- It’s 40 grams of Pancake mix.
- Prepare 50 ml of Milk.
- It’s 5 grams of Cocoa powder (confectionery grade).
- You need 10 grams of Chocolate chips.
Use unsweetened confectionery grade cocoa powder, not the cocoa powder for drinks. I use the silicon containers called "tukuru". Before buying them, I made this in cups for café au lait, so this can be made in other. I bake alot and this is the BEST chocolate cake recipe i have ever tried!
Super Simple 3-Minute Double Chocolate Cake step by step
- Combine all of the ingredients in a small silicon pot (I use "tukuru" silicon containers) and mix together. You can use a mini-whisk or a spoon..
- Microwave without a lid at 500 W for 2 minutes 30 seconds, and it's complete. If making more than one, microwave one at a time..
Instead of butter icing, try a chocolate glaze over the cake just before its completely cool so the glaze soaks in YUM! I've played around with this recipe for months and I'm so excited to share it now! Plus scroll down to the bottom of this post for a Dairy-Free Option! This mug cake has the most oven-baked and realistic crumb of any I've tried. Also, if you've ever wondered why some chocolate cake recipes (like this one) call for boiling water, it's because it helps bloom the cocoa powder, giving the cake a deeper chocolate flavor.