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Five Easy Mug and Microwave Desserts

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With college midterms coming up in the next few weeks, sugar becomes absolutely necessary for getting through the all night study sessions. But before going to the store for a whole box of  brownies, take a peek at some of these single serve microwave dessert recipes. All that’s needed are a few ingredients, a microwave, and the mug of your choice.

  1. No. 2 Pencil has a quick and easy chocolate chip cookie in a cup that only takes one minute to cook.
  2. eCurry created a single serve chocolate cupcake that’s great with a side of ice cream.
  3. The Family Kitchen has a delicious strawberries and cream mug cake that’s the perfect blend of sweet and fruity.
  4. Kirbie’s Cravings came up with a blueberry mug cake that can be eaten right out of the microwave.
  5. The nice folks at Food.com shared a microwave chocolate mug brownie recipe that satisfies the sugar and chocolate cravings sure to come from studying.

 

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