Thursday, September 10, 2015

Microwave Milo Mug Cake - 2 Recipes

I always love easy recipes, and fast, and delicious. Mug cake is one of them. Hence my interest when I found this 3 minutes milo mug cake

Believe it or not, I failed in my first try! I was so pissed I threw that recipe aside and started looking for another. So I found one and I made it the next day, and it turned out well
But I was still curious about the first recipe so I gave that another try, on the very same day, and guess what, it turned out well, too, and it's in fact, better than the other recipe haha..

When I read both recipes, it's in fact very clearly shown which one will gives better result
And when I gave a thought again what actually caused me to fail, it's either because of the gluten free flour I used, or because of me opening the microwave door to check every single minute during baking, or both are the culprit!

Anyway, I am now sharing both recipes. You may choose according to your preference

First recipe is from The Open Oven
This gives a pretty soft cake when eaten warm from the microwave, but it's dense when cool and rather chewy. It will turn soft again when warmed up



 
 
What you need:
(1 serving)
 
1 tbsp melted butter
2 tbsp milo powder
1 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp self raising flour (original recipe used plain flour)
1/2 part of 1 lightly beaten egg
tiny pinch of salt
 
Method:
  1. When the melted butter is still hot, mix in milo and sugar, stir well til no lumps
  2. Add in egg, salt and flour, mix well
  3. Microwave for 1 1/2 min (600w). When the skewer comes out clean, it's ready
 
Sprinkle with more Milo powder makes the cake even more milo-ey, if there's such word LOL
 
 
 
The second recipe is actually the first recipe I tried and failed. Second try was a success and personally I prefer this recipe. It is from HERE


 
 
What you need:
(1 serving for a large mug)
 
4 tbsp milo powder
3 tbsp sugar (original recipe used 4tbsp)
4 tbsp self raising flour
4 tbsp oil (I used rice bran)
4 tbsp fresh milk
1 egg
 
Method:
Put all ingredients in the above order in a large mug. Stir well and microwave for 4mins (600w). It's done when skewer comes out clean
 
 
Here I made just half of the above recipe using 240ml size ramekin
 


This post is linked to the event Little Thumbs Up (September 2015: Milo) organised by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids and Doreen of My Little Favourite DIY

15 comments:

  1. Sound simple, but it looks so fluffy and good. I must try, thanks Alice .

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  2. Hi Alice,

    These quick and easy milo cakes are fantastic! I wonder why it didn't work during your first try too... ai ya better don't think too much... just enjoy :D

    Zoe

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    1. what other things can we use other than milo ??? is bournvita , horlics or complan alroght

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  3. Great article with excellent idea! I appreciate your post. Thanks so much and let keep on sharing your stuffs keep it up.

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  4. If I double the quantity to make a larger cake, should I double the microwaving time too? Please advise. Thanks you.

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    1. hi, yes, the time should be increased but I wont be able to tell u the detail as I never try that before :)

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  5. Just made the second one. Love it. I put some ice cream with it and my gosh it tastes amazing. Now wont ever have to wait long for a cake again. But my microwave is also 1000w and only took 3 minutes so that was good.

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  6. Hi, can I bake this in the oven instead ? What oven temp and time might work ? Thanks !

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    1. Yes can. Depending on one's oven, can try 180degC for about 20mins and you can check

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  7. Hi, is it possible to split the second recipe into four smaller cups and if so do you have to adjust the cooking time?
    thank you.

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    1. hi yes the size of the cups used can be adjusted
      the cooking time will need some adjustment too
      deeper cup will usually need longer time :)

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  8. Hi Alice, ft half of the cake, did you still add one whole egg or???

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    1. yes u need to halve the egg (so its about 30g egg -> half from a large egg) or you can use small egg too :)

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