Mug cakes are becoming more and more popular when it comes to desserts. They're incredibly easy to make -- each one only had a handful of ingredients and takes less than two minutes to microwave -- and because they're made and eaten from a mug, they're relatively mess-free.
Here are some different types of mug cakes that everyone with a sweet tooth should try:
This chocolate mug cake recipe is the classic, gooey, chocolatey indulgence. With only a few ingredients and about a minute in the microwave, it's incredibly simple to make and will satisfy your chocolate craving. So find your favorite mug, and get ready to curl up on the couch with a warm treat in only two minutes.
Oreo's are a go-to sweet snack for many people, so naturally a cake mug featuring these popular cookies is a delicacy. Whip up this crushed Oreo cookies n' cream mug cake the next time you're craving something sweet and you don't be disappointed. Add some white chocolate chips to the mix as well for an extra sweet flavor and that classic black and white Oreo coloring.
These banana mug cakes adds mashed bananas to the batter for a gooey, sweet consistency. You can also make a glaze with brown sugar, butter, milk and vanilla to drizzle over the top for an even sweeter treat.
S'mores are a summer staple, so whip up these fudge s'mores mug cakes for a new spin on a campfire classic. Combine marshmallow fluff, chocolate and graham cracker crumbs into a mug with a few other ingredients and have a s'more in record time.
Craving apple pie, but can't possibly eat an entire pan by yourself? This apple pie mug cake recipe is for you. This mug cake has all the cinnamon, apple-y flavors you love about apple pie in a smaller serving for your enjoyment. Though you can definitely enjoy this dish year-round, these pie cakes are particularly delicious on crisp autumn days.
For a sweet, sugary treat, these snickerdoodle mud cakes will delight your taste buds. Just throw the handful of recipes into a mug, sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar and microwave it until it's warm and gooey.
Carrot cake might seem complicated to make, but with this carrot cake mug cake recipe, it's never been easier. Follow the steps to enjoy a serving of sweet and spicy cake in your favorite mug -- complete with the cake's iconic shredded carrots and sweet topping.
For a more unique birthday treat, forgo the cake and ice cream and instead turn to these birthday party mug cakes. These mug cakes taste just like the classic yellow cake with sprinkles mixed into the batter for a splash of fun color. After microwaving, you can top your mug with vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, even more sprinkles or all three (after all, it's your birthday. Or at least, pretend like it is).