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Low Fat Banana Mug Cake. A super easy & delicious banana mug cake for one person!

Low Fat Banana Mug Cake

Got breakfast? In less than 5 minutes, this bakery-style banana mug cake can be yours. And the entire recipe is under 100 calories… including the streusel topping! It’s the perfect solution for those days when you’re craving something more exciting for breakfast than the same old bowl of oatmeal. Who wouldn’t want to eat cake for breakfast?! The recipe is based on the popular One Minute Chocolate Mug Cake. So if you are a fan of that recipe, be sure to give this banana mug cake a try, and it might just become your new favorite! P.S. Definitely not the same thing!! Print This Recipe 5/5 Ingredients Total Time: 5m Yield: 1 Mug Cake Instructions Grease a small mug or 1-cup dish, and set aside.

View Banana Cake Nutrition Facts Link Of The Day: Fudgy Chocolate Truffles {secret ingredient, no heavy cream} Microwave Cinnamon Maple Breakfast Quinoa – Lauren's Latest. Happy Monday!

Microwave Cinnamon Maple Breakfast Quinoa – Lauren's Latest

As you all read this, I should be en route to Salt Lake City to mix business with pleasure! It’s a quick trip to do some blogging/ecookbook stuff as well as meet up with my family. I’m going to be exhausted by the time I get home on Wednesday {what else is new…} but am so excited! Follow me on facebook or instagram to get the low down for the next few days. Anyways, today I’m talking healthy food.

I cooked my rinsed quinoa in water, cinnamon and a tiny little bit of butter in the microwave until soft, then added in some extra goodies like more cinnamon, milk, maple syrup and bananas. Quinoa for the win! Feel free to make a double or triple batch and keep it in the fridge for an even quicker breakfast. A few notes: the cooking time will largely depend on how strong your microwave is. A quick and healthy breakfast! Southern In Law: Recipe: Single Serve Brownie.

I don't know about you - but sometimes I just don't want a whole tray of brownies.

Southern In Law: Recipe: Single Serve Brownie

Sometimes I want a warm and comforting dessert - and sometimes...... I just need a chocolate fix. That's where this recipe steps in. What would you say if I told you that you could make a brownie that's gluten free, grain free, refined sugar free, low fat, vegan and delicious. You'd say I was lying, huh? This gooey, fudgy, delicious single serve brownie has no added fat and can be made in minutes in the microwave - or thrown into the oven whilst you're eating dinner or doing something else. And you know what? Single Serve Brownie Cake gluten free, vegan, low fat, grain free, sugar free 3 tbsp Unsweetened Cocoa Powder1/4 cup Unsweetened Applesauce1/4 tsp Baking PowderPinch of Salt1 tsp Vanilla1 tsp-1 tbsp Maple Syrup* Serve warm or allow to cool.

*Depending on how sweet you like things - I like dark chocolate so I use a single teaspoon whilst my family like things sweeter, so I use more. 2-minute Microwave Chocolate Cake. “What?”

2-minute Microwave Chocolate Cake

You ask? Make a cake in a microwave? You can’t do that! Oh, yes. Yes, you can. Click here for the recipe for ‘2-minute Microwave Chocolate Cake’ Check it out. Keep this recipe for your late-night sweets cravings. Here’s what you need: Some all-purpose flour, cocoa powder, salt, baking soda, sugar, vanilla extract, milk, and canola oil. Gently dump your dry ingredients in a large mug. Mix, mix, mix. Add the wet ingredientes, por favor. And the vanilla extract. Mix it all around. Til it looks like that.