Whether you’re in the mood for a quick treat or you’re looking for something easy and special to make for Valentine’s Day, this flourless chocolate mug cake should do the trick.
1/4 cup semisweet chocolate chips
1 tbsp heavy cream
1/2 tbsp dutch processed cocoa powder
1 large egg
This cake cannot be cooked in a small mug even though the final result will be smaller than a regular sized mug. When it cooks, it will rise extremely high so you must make it in an oversized mug, otherwise it will spill and make a mess in your microwave. After it is done cooking, it will begin to condense down. You can then plate it in a smaller mug or bowl. For these photos, I actually cut them in half and stuffed each half into small cups. – Make sure you give the cake some time to rest, to let the flavors fully develop. When it is first finished, the chocolate flavor will not yet be as rich, and it might taste slightly eggy, but that goes away after you give it some time to cool. – I prefer my chocolate desserts to have a deep chocolate flavor and be less sweet. However, if you like you prefer something sweeter, you can always add a little sugar to the batter or add some frosting or glaze after.
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