Complete Vegan Mug Cake

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Sometimes you just want a delicious dessert without the hassle. I’ve created this quick and easy mug cake using my favourite vegan smoothie powder for a highly nutritious dessert. I think chocolate is the best, but vanilla is great too!

Ingredients:

1 tbsp coconut flour

1 packet chocolate smoothie/protein powder

1 tsp baking powder

1 tbsp nut butter (we use the Mayver’s brand as there’s no hidden nasties)

1/3 cup almond milk (or substitute with rice or soy milk)

Method:

  1.   Using a large mug as the cake will rise, add ingredients in the above order.
  2.   Using a fork, gently mix the batter together. Being careful not to spill the dry ingredients.
  3.   If the batter is too dry, add a small splash of milk until desired consistency.
  4.   Microwave for 1min on HIGH (this is for a 1100W microwave, adjust accordingly). The cake will rise significantly while cooking and then settle.
  5.  Serve with coconut yoghurt and/or frozen berries.

Tip

Add ½ tsp of vanilla extract or ¼ tsp of cinnamon for a subtle flavor change.

Garnish with your favourite fruit, additive-free sprinkles, or whipped coconut cream!

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