Step 2: Mix Your Ingredients
- Add all of the dry ingredients to the mug and mix.
- Add the egg and combine well. It gets pretty pasty at the point.
- Stir in milk and oil.
- Add chocolate chips* and splash of vanilla. Stir well.
*if you don’t have chocolate chips, try a broken up candy bar – I can’t stress how much this amps the awesomeness of your cake
Step 3: Nuke It!
- Microwave for 3 minutes in a 1000w oven, or 4 minutes in a 700w oven.
It will start to crown over the top of the mug. Don’t panic! It will collapse once the heat stops.
Step 4: Experiment!
Some people have had mixed results with the final texture of this cake.
This cake is tricky mostly because of people’s microwaves all being different. I experimented a lot with the amounts of different ingredients.
I think if it’s something you’re going to make quite a lot in the future, it’s worth fussing around with! Try just a bit less time in the microwave (you can always put it back in for more). If that doesn’t help, try a little less egg, or a little less flour.
Keep notes on what you’re trying each time, and eventually you’ll find the cake that’s perfect for both you and your microwave!
Source : instructables.com