Microwave Chocolate Cake

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Intro: Microwave Chocolate Cake

How to make a quick and tasty cake.

Step 1: Ingredients

  • 4 Tablespoons self raising flour
  • 4 Tablespoons sugarĀ 
  • 2 Tablespoons of cocoa
  • 4 Tablespoons milk
  • 3 Tablespoons oil
  • 1 Egg

Step 2: Mix All Dry Ingredients

Mix the dry ingredients flour, sugar, cocoa

Step 3: Stir in Wet Ingredients

Stir in the egg, milk and oil.

Step 4: Microwave

Microwave 850 watt for 2.30 minutes. You can test if your cake is baked by sticking a fork in the middle and when pulled out it is dry. Then you can melt some chocolate over it like I did or eat it straight out of the bowl.

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    ForTheLoveOfFood

    3 years ago

    http://www.babble.com/best-recipes/3-ingredients-60-seconds-gooey-chocolate-mug-cake/
    u cud try this too

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    irrblosset87

    3 years ago

    Made this tonight, perfect!

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    Grippandabear

    5 years ago

    I mixed some cocoa and marshmallows with powdered sugar and milk and melted it in the microwave, then poured out over the cake and froze. Amazing little summer treat. Everything was delicious and great recipe!

    mmm just made one but halfed the milk and added orange juice till i could sorta taste it worrying it might be too moist but its perfect and a bit less cocoa if you add another flavor

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    thais_bohn

    5 years ago

    i made my own version, microwave orange cake :D

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    thais_bohn

    5 years ago

    i made my own version, microwave orange cake :D

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    cyber.kore

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I made this last night for my wife. It tasted ok a bit dense but that might have been me doing 20 seconds too long! Wife liked it but said it was like a really chocolaty blancmange. Who cares, it is really simple to make and does taste good. Thanks for sharing :o)

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    dgpolo

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Hi guys! i did it but used butter instead of oil and it also tasted so good!

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    Jenova1250

    5 years ago

    Just made it it looks and taste awesome Took me bout 10min with baking time Thank you very much for the recipe

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    greenforest

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I made this and it was great! Came out perfect. If you don't have self rising flour then mix: 3/4 cup regular flour, 1 teaspoon Baking Powder, 1/4 teaspoon salt and mix well. Measure out the 4 Tablespoons needed for this recipe. (save the rest for another time). Beat the egg well before adding to the mix. For a richer flavor use 1 Tablespoon Dark cocoa and 1 Tablespoon regular cocoa. Loosen the sides after baking, cool slightly and invert on a dish lightly dusted with cocoa. Frost. Enough for 2 but why share?

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    moofels

    5 years ago

    'Tworked! U had all the ingredients at home so decided to try it. Works like a charm. Next step: taste it.

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    gbaker5

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I cant wait to try this for my wife. She is always griping about not having chocolate at home, lol. Thanks for the post.

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    danny6114

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Perhaps a wee bit of vanilla extract would enhance the flavor of the cake, no?

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    Esque

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I make something very similar to this with self raising gluten free flour and Lactofree milk for a gluten and lactose free version. You have to add a little more milk to keep it moist but it works well.

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    EoinCannon

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I used to be able to buy these from the shops... I always wondered why they weren't for sale anymore. I'll have to try this out and see if it tastes as good as the old ones!! thanks for the instructable.