Ready in 5 minutes
Recipe from: https://eatingwelllivingthin.wordpress.com/2009/08/21/sizzling-satisfaction-in-35-seconds/
Spray a coffee cup or ramekin with vegetable cooking spray. In the cup combine the flour, Splenda, cocoa powder, baking powder, coffee crystals and salt until no lumps remain. Stir in the milk, oil, and vanilla until smooth.
Bake in the microwave on high for 35 seconds. You may need to add 5 more seconds (maybe 5 more after that, depending on your microwave)… but don’t be tempted to overcook or it will be rubbery! It should be moist on the bottom and will continue cooking as it sets.
Serve with chocolate sauce…a sprinkle of powdered sugar…whipped cream or eat plain as a brownie. (Use hot or cold leftover coffee in place of the crystals and milk to lower the calories even more.)
Total Recipe: 110 Cal; 2 g Protein; 5 g Fat; 14 g Carb; 1 g Fiber; 0 g Sugar; 0 mg Sodium
kelliegraves-carreon 7m agoso easy!
ssjj 1y agoIt is really good! I used granulated white sugar and added chocolate chips...so good!
nickdurbin14 2y agoGreat for after-school snacks!
PhaeOBrien 2y agoIt's rapidly becoming my favourite thing of the evenings along with a cup of coffee. I usually sprinkle icing sugar on top but I've also tried it with Nutella and it was even more delicious!!!
PhaeOBrien 2y agoI needed a quick fix on something sweet and spongy and this one cake was exactly what I needed! I replaced the sweetener with 1 tbsp of caster sugar and added 3 tbsp of milk instead of two because my microwave does minutes rather than seconds. It was great and I even gave the recipe to my mother-in-law, who loved it just the same! Thanks a lot!
chrismcginley 2y agoGreat recipe, hit the spot without making a whole cake for just me.thanks!
debdeb305 2y agoYummy
Golizliz 2y agoUsed sweetened cocoa powder since that was all I had. Came out okay...tasted a bit better then it looked. Added chocolate chips. Toddler ate it and wanted seconds.
Jeepheep 2y agoTop notch recipe app guys. Thank you.
plummish 2y ago