These Vegan Mug Cake Recipes are dairy free with no eggs and made in the microwave. Make these healthy desserts with vanilla, banana, chocolate, peanut butter and coconut flour. Vegan cake in a mug will be your new favorite treat as it is super easy and quick!
Vegan Mug Cake Recipes
When you are in a hurry in the morning, or just craving something sweet at 11PM, you don’t have to panic and look up the business hours of the nearest grocery shop to buy bags of chocolate.
Choose on of these amazing vegan mug cakes! They only take a few healthy ingredients and 1-2 minutes in the microwave. You can take them with you to school/work, potlucks and family get-togethers.
Just adjust the amounts for more people and you are good to go. No more spending hours in the kitchen!
Want a decadent, four-ingredient dessert that can be ready in one minute? Of course you do! This no-fuss wonder doesn’t have sugar, flour or oil but does pack a gooey chocolate punch next to none.
In the mood for something soft and luscious with just the right amount of lemony zing? And it’s got frosting, y’all! This super-easy mug cake is a snap to make and is even easier to eat.
If you’re like me, you know the blessed avocado can do no wrong. That’s especially true when its natural creaminess is used to full advantage to make a light, fluffy and unctuous dessert. And it’s such a pretty green!
Yum! In a mere five minutes, you can whip up this gluten-free, oil-free, toffee-licious treat that will blow away even the most skeptical dessert connoisseur. The secret to its rich toffee flavor is in the coconut sugar.
This kid-friendly microwave cake can be crafted out of fresh strawberries and ingredients you probably already have in your pantry. Served either piping hot or nice and cool, it tastes light, simple and perfectly delicious.
This yummy, blueberry-oatmeal creation can be a healthy breakfast, a satisfying snack and a guilt-free dessert. It’s also really filing, so when you’re desperate for something substantial to eat, this cake is an ideal choice.
If you could, would you totally devour a light and fluffy cinnamon roll, like right now? Who wouldn’t? This winning recipe only takes one minute and a microwave to make. The best part — it’s low carb, gluten-free and sugar-free.
There’s a funfetti party in a cup and you’re invited! This sweet treat is a blast to eat and it’s ready in a mere 90 seconds. You’ll wonder how you lived without this recipe in your dessert arsenal.
Imagine opening the microwave door to the scent of a fresh-baked cinnamon and sugar cookie. This scrumptious mug cake is made with everyday pantry items and after one try, you’ll make it again and again.
Sometimes you feel like a nut. Oh, who are you kidding? Most times you feel like a nut! So why not try this mouthwatering almond and coconut mug cake for breakfast, snack time and for dessert?
What goes better than chocolate, hazelnut and strawberries? That dreamy combination is what makes this mug cake a perfect choice for someone craving a rich and indulgent something. This dessert tastes like a splurge but causes zero regret!
Watching people tear into monkey bread while you’re gluten-free is a lonely feeling. But don’t despair! This single-serving of deliciousness tastes better than the like the real thing. The secret in this recipe is the dates!
Rich flavors, spoonful after spoonful of tender and moist chocolaty goodness —this mug cake is like a spiritual balm. It goes a long way to heal the stresses of a day spent dealing with the adult world.
Nothing makes you feel like a kid quite like the flavors of strawberry and vanilla cookie. Fruity tartness and the warm sweetness of vanilla, this mug cake can be thrown together in less than five minutes.
Your friends will think you’re a pastry chef when they see this mini black forest mug cake. When they find out the gorgeous layers of cherry and chocolate are gluten and dairy-free, they’ll gasp and applaud your genius.
If you’re craving something sweet and a little salty, why not opt for this petite peanut butter mug cake. The touch of chocolate sets off its peanut butter goodness, making a satisfying and yet guiltless dessert.
Blueberry and lemon is a classic combination. This mug cake adds oat flour and a few other ingredients and to create a perfect substitute for that full-of-fat morning muffin. So forget those muffins and let yourself eat cake.
Imagine the dark, mysterious and deep flavors of Guinness stout and chocolate all swirled together. You don’t have to imagine it. You can open up your microwave and this mouthwatering dessert can be all yours!
Apple pie, meet peanut butter. Peanut butter, this is apple pie. Those two crazy kids have just gotten to know each other and are getting along famously in this delicious and simple-to-make mug cake.
Super rich and chocolaty? Check. Packed with protein and vital nutrients? Check. Easy to make? Why yes, it is. So what in the world is not to love about this high-fiber, low-sugar dessert indulgence?
Remember that tragic day when you committed to eating healthy and assumed your banana bread days were over? Well, weep no more and try this gluten-free, banana bread cake — all the yummy, none of the guilt.
Did someone say there’s a cookies and cream mug cake? Yeah, I thought they did. I just couldn’t believe that they also said it only takes 90 seconds to make and is super crazy delicious.
Attention chocoholics! This dessert is for chocolate emergencies only! When you simply can’t live without a mouthful of life-giving chocolate, make this five-minute recipe and you’ll be reveling in that sweet chocolate resuscitation.
Summer on a plate — that’s what this strawberry and blueberry short cake is all about. Gluten-free graham crackers and coconut cream are the great-taste key. No one will believe how great healthy can taste!
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