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|Calories35Calories from Fat20|
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|Calories from Fat20|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Cesu 7 months ago
It turned out sooo good! been trying different mug cake recipies for years and this has been the best one so far. I used a half and a half of almond and coconut flour, and replaced maple syrup with 1 tbsp honey. needed to add a bit of almond milk cause batter was too thick, due to not using maple syrup I guess. topped it with peanut butter, raspberry jam and pecans <3
Woods 8 months ago
I used peanut butter power and it is very good.
Hess 9 months ago
Yum! The only thing I changed was to switch the 1/4 c almond flour with 2 T almond flour and 2 T ground flax seed. Tastes the same and is just that much healthier!
mary a year ago
it was amazing! I loved it, I make it almost all the time
Jessica a year ago
Really good. Would make it again.
Annie M 2 years ago
Fantastic. I use whatever liquid oil I have on hand, to keep the recipe quick. (who wants to take the time to melt 1 tsp of coconut oil?) It's good with coconut flakes, or dark chocolate chips. I like to add some crushed flax or wheat germ, it makes it thicker and more like a brownie (and makes it seem healthier)!
Michele G. 2 years ago
This is amazing! The best Paleo dessert I’ve ever tasted. Rich chocolate flavor, real cake consistency. Not eggy and weird like many mug cakes. I used erythritol as the sweetener and it turned out great. This is one I’ll make again,!