Microwave LAVA Cake




Introduction: Microwave LAVA Cake

I have been trying a recipe for a quick lava cake. Sadly, I don't own an oven so I wanted a microwave version. 
I tried many recipes until yesterday I came up with a perfect recipe.

For the best lava cakes you need a good quality dark chocolate  (attention Pakistani please don't purchase low quality of dark chocolate. It is not worth it) 

Try the dark chocolate which has cocoa more then 45%. The one I used is 45 % so you can see the chocolate is not runny.

Step 1: Ingredients As Well As Complete Procedure.



Dry ingredients
  1. Plain flour (2 tab)
  2. Sugar, refined powdered (1 or 1.5 tabs)
  3. Cocoa powder (1.5 tsp)
  4. Baking soda (a pinch)
  5. Baking powder (1/8th tsp)
  6. Salt (a pinch)
Wet ingredients
  1. Vegetable Oil (2 tsp)
  2. Milk (2 tab)
microwave, measuring spoons, cupcake wrappers and a large mug
Mix all the dry ingredients (make sure to sift them prior use).
Add OIL.
Now add milk, little by little. Your batter is ready to use.

Place a cupcake paper inside the large mug. Pour over the batter. Placing the dark chocolate two pieces (one over another in the center) 

Pop in microwave on high for 2 min (duration depends on the microwave).

Your lava cake is ready to eat.

Step 2: Mixing

mixing the dry ingredients

Step 3: Mixing the Wet Ingredients

add oil

Step 4: Mixing Wet Ingredients (milk)

add milk 1/2 table spoon at a time.

Step 5: Mixing

Mix and mix (not allot) in the last image check the constancy.

Step 6: Pop in the Microwave and Ready to Eat..

Place the cupcake wrapper. add the chocolate as in the images

Step 7: Yumm

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    9 years ago on Introduction

    looks nice... why did you use both baking soda as well baking powder...?


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    it's an eggless cake. so i thought baking soda is important lol.. frankly it just a modified version on some eggless cakes :D