I loved this! My 7-year old daughter made it (with supervision from me) and we added a swirl of peanut butter, and dotted the top with vegan chocolate chips. They melted and turned the cake top gooey-delicious!
Tastes good, especially topped with choc chips after it comes out. I used a 10 oz glass custard cup. This is a much better value than buying those warm delights bowls! UPDATE: even better with a little bit of peanut butter swirled inside. This is my go to chocolate craving recipe.
My husband and I were excited to make this after reading the reviews, but all this "dessert" did was make us want some real chocolate cake. It didn't satisfy our sweet tooth at all. The flavor was just not there.
Well I must admit my family was in denial about this cake turning out.....and boy did it turn out and taste yummy....very rich and next time i would only serve 1/2 cake in a cup for each person.....very handy to keep on hand for unexpected guests....thanks for the recipe....
Made for All New Zaar Cookbooks Tag. This was pretty good, but mined turned out a little rubbery. I'll try it again reducing the cook time a little, because I think it may have cooked a little too long. Anyway, it was a nice change from my normal evening snacks. Thanks for posting this.
I was looking for something quick and easy to make for desert and stumbled across this recipe. Extremely easy to make and delicious with a scoop or vanilla ice cream!
A very good quick dessert idea when you have surprise dinner guests i added mashed banana and heaps of double cream at the end
It turned out pretty good and only a couple minutes and my chocolate craving was taken care of! Haha! I doubled the recipe and put a small scoop of ice cream on top. Mmmm!
This was very quick and easy, and turned out fairly well considering its simplicity. I didn't use the extra teaspoon of sugar or the salt, used whole wheat flour, and subbed applesauce for the oil. I also added some cinnamon and a few chocolate chips. I "cooked" it in a large mug, and it took a little over a minute, but the bottom was still slightly gooey (though that really wasn't a problem for me). A small scoop of ice cream completed this dessert.
For being so simple and quick, this was quite a tasty little cake. Just the perfect size to indulge my sweet tooth and not end up eating an entire cake myself! I used a bit less sugar than was called for, and I substituted apple sauce for the oil. Yum!