Vegan chocolate mug cake is the perfect way to satisfy your sweet tooth cravings. This vegan dessert is an amalgamation of pudding and cake, creating a gooey, decadent treat that satisfies even the most discerning chocolate lovers. It's so easy to make; you can whip it up in no time using just a few simple ingredients and your trusty microwave. This recipe is heart healthy, gluten free, and delivers 8 grams of protein per serving.
- 2½ tbsp oat flour
- 1 tbsp cacao, unsweetened
- 1½ tbsp coconut sugar
- 1½ tbsp chia seeds
- ½ tsp vanilla extract, pure
- 1½ tbsp apple sauce, unsweetened
- 2½ tbsp soy milk, unsweetened
- ¼ tsp baking powder
- ½ tbsp coconut oil, cold pressed, organic
Whisk together oat flour, cacao powder, coconut sugar, chia seeds and baking powder (dry ingredients) in a small mug.
Combine apple sauce, soy milk, coconut oil and vanilla (wet ingredients) in a medium ramekin.
Incorporate the wet ingredients into the dry ones by whisking them together until fully combined. Just be sure not to overmix!
Send the mug cake batter to cook in the microwave for about 2 minutes. The time will vary depending on your microwave's wattage.
When the cake is done, safely remove it from the microwave and let it cool for a couple of minutes before digging in! Add your favourite toppings.
- I like to use a whisk for combining the dry ingredients because it helps break up any lumps in the oat flour and helps the vegan mug cake rise more evenly.
- You can top the vegan chocolate mug cake with vegan ice cream, whipped cream, berries or even a dollop of peanut butter.
- Substitute the cacao powder for vegan chocolate chips or cocoa nibs to add texture.
- Besides coconut oil, vegan butter or vegan margarine are great alternatives.
Calories: 341kcal (17%)Carbohydrates: 40g (13%)Protein: 8g (16%)Fat: 17g (26%)Saturated Fat: 9g (45%)Polyunsaturated Fat: 1gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 56mg (2%)Potassium: 340mg (10%)Fiber: 8g (32%)Sugar: 15g (17%)Vitamin A: 7IUVitamin C: 0.2mgCalcium: 197mg (20%)Iron: 2mg (11%)
Keep in mind that the nutritional values provided are approximations and suggestions, and might fluctuate depending on ingredient variations, portion sizes, and recipe adjustments. This nutrition facts table cannot account for your individual needs. Your body — including your hunger and satiety cues — change daily. It's perfectly fine to eat more or less on different days. Instead of letting food guilt take over, consider mindful eating.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.