10 Mug Desserts to Make in the Microwave


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Looking for a sweet treat you can make in a flash? Try one of these awesome mug desserts

You know those times when you just really want dessert but the thought of spending twenty minutes pouring and  mixing, just to have to wait half an hour for something to bake isn’t really appealing? This, my friend, is the post for you.

After I finally found the perfect mug cake recipe (keep reading for that!) I thought I needed to see what other great microwaveable desserts were out there. And found them I did!

These quick and easy recipes come together in just a few minutes, sometimes with just a handful of ingredients, and can be baked in the microwave in just a minute or two! Dessert right when you want it!

Whether you’re dreaming of chocolate chip cookies, warm banana bread, a yummy apple crisp, or even a rich, fudgy brownie, I found the recipe you need. All easy and delicious mug recipes, just waiting for you to try them out!

Originally I was going to find 10 perfect recipes, but then I threw in another at the last minute. In fact, as I find more I’ll just keep adding them!

Be sure to let me know which of these turns out to be your favorite!

Quick & Easy Mug Desserts

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Mug Desserts to Make in the Microwave

Cookies and brownies and cakes, oh my! These delicious mug desserts all at your fingertips, and they take just minutes to prepare in the microwave!

OK, carrot cake with cream cheese icing, a warm brownie, crumbly apple crisp…which of these do I try first??

Looking for more easy dessert ideas? How about these 2-ingredient delicious treats?

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Jamie loves a little black dress, chips and salsa, and is obsessed with subscription boxes. She tries to maintain an air of sophisticated city life while actually living next to a wheat field. Or is it alfalfa? Corn? She doesn’t know. You can find her blogging about style and shopping at JK Style. She lives in rural Oklahoma with her husband and baby boy.

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