This is the way it was given to me. Make adjustments to lower calories. 2 T cocoa 4 T sugar 4 T flour ˝ egg 2 T oil 3 T milk (optional) 2 T chocolate chips, caramel sauce, or crushed chocolate mints (like Andes) 1. Grab a mug (oversized one if you can), spray lightly inside with cooking spray, put dry ingredients into a separate bowl & mix. Beat egg briefly, then dump half of it into the bowl with dry ingredients, following with the wet & optional ingredients, mix all until combined.
2. Pour into the mug & microwave for 3 min on high. The cake might rise above the lip of mug. Don't be alarmed! Let it rise. 3. Allow to cool slightly before digging in. Mmm-enjoy on its own, with a swirl of raspberry sauce or some ice cream. Makes large single or 2 small servings. No leftovers!
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Quaker's Chocolate Crunch Rice Cakes (made w/ brown rice)
I'm not a rice cake advocate, but try Quaker's Chocolate Crunch Rice Cakes--only 60 calories for a large cake (I have 2 for snack or dessert) and has yummy, mini chocolate chips. Great chocolate satisfier & no bad carbs, sugars, fat!
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