I love mug cake for breakfast. It’s easy, healthy and it feels like you’re having dessert for breakfast! Mug cakes are sugar free, gluten free, dairy free and fat free.
I’ve shared my basic mug cake recipe with you, and some of my favorite variations. Scroll down to the end of this page and check my DIY video to see how easy it is to make this healthy cake!
Pictured to the left is my basic mug cake recipe. It’s one mashed banana, 1 egg and 3 tbs oatmeal. Mix it all together in a mug and place it in the microwave for 2 minutes. This one is decorated with blueberries, raw cacao nibs and shredded coconut.
You can add all kinds of things to your mug cake to pimp it!
Look at my Double Chocolate Mug Cake for example. I’ve added 1 teaspoon of cacao to the basic recipe and I’ve topped it with melted 85% dark chocolate.
Or this Apple Cinnamon Mug Cake pictured on the right. I felt like having apple pie for breakfast!
I’ve added a tablespoon of raisins and a table spoon of finely chopped apple to the basic recipe. I’ve sprinkled it with cinnamon when it was done.
My favorite mug cake in autumn is the Carrot Mug Cake.
I’ve added a handful of grated carrot and a handful of raisins to the basic recipe. I’ve added a teaspoon of cookie spices, but cinnamon will also do.
Serve with fat free yogurt, some grated carrot and mixed nuts and you’ve got a delicious breakfast!
My raspberry mug cake always reminds me of summer. I love forest fruits so much. I like them better than candy! For this raspberry shortcake mug cake I just added about 5 raspberries to the basic recipe.
And before serving I topped it up with a scoop fat free yogurt and all the raspberries I had left in my fridge.
Any other peanut butter lovers out there? For this peanut butter mug cake I added 1 tbs peanut butter to the mixture befor I put it in the microwave. And I topped it with even more peanut butter, bananas and blueberries.