Warm, sweet goodness is all I can think about…and my kids too. The problem is that I don’t always have time to make an elaborate dessert like a chocolate peanut butter cake or cobbler using fresh in season blackberries. Not to mention the huge dessert that will be begging for ‘just a tiny bite’ every five minutes for days. You know what I’m talking about! My problems are solved with quick and easy single serve desserts made in the microwave, but taste just as good as the slaved over version. Keep reading for 8 of my favorites…
Eggnog Mug Cake 1 of 8Just in time for the holiday season and the cooling weather. Can you imagine how cute this would be at a party?
Make your own Eggnog mug cake
Two Minute Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake 2 of 8All it takes it two minutes to get to this rich and creamy and dreamy dessert.
Make your own two minute chocolate peanut butter cake
Easy Pumpkin Cake In A Mug In Minutes 3 of 8It's fall and pumpkin is all the rage, so this divine recipe is a must try. I like to whip up some cream cheese with powdered sugar and cinnamon to spread over the top.
Make your own easy pumpkin cake in a mug in minutes
1 Minute Chocolate Biscoff Cake 4 of 8This cake is so delicious and special and completely addicting, you will never guess it's made in 1 minute.
Make your own one minute chocolate biscoff cake
Mint Oreo Mug Brownie In Under 1 Minute 5 of 8You can cal these Frankenstein brownies for halloween, at least that's what my kids call them. We love the addition of a mint cookie to give it that extra chocolate-y minty flavor.
Make your own mint oreo mug brownie in under 1 minute
Chocolate Fluffernutter Mug Cake 6 of 8My kids are obsessed with microwaving marshmallows and watching as it becomes larger than life while it cooks. We like to make this cake until it's almost done, then pop a marshmallow on top, continue cooking and let the magic begin.
Make your own chocolate fluffernuter mug cake
5 Minute BlackBerry Cobbler 7 of 8This is the real deal and I've made it over and over using all kinds of berries and fruit - whatever is in season. Right now it's juicy Oregon Blackberries sent from my mom.
Make your own 5 minute blackberry cobbler
One Minute/One Chocolate Chip Cookie 8 of 8What I love about this recipe is that you get a fresh warm cookie that's delicious and ooey, gooey, and requires a fork to eat. I may just have to plop some ice cream on top to double my pleasure.
Get the recipe for one minute/one chocolate chip cookie at Prudent Baby
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