Lazy Food: Three Minute Milo Mug Cake

If you haven't seen my first recipe in I guess what is becoming a 'lazy food' series, I suggest you check it out here. It's a peanut butter mug cake with three ingredients!

Lazy Food: Three Minute Milo Mug Cake

Now, on to this recipe.

I aced it with my first go, so I'm sure it won't be difficult for other people to do as well. It's great for those late night chocolate cravings!

Ingredients:

1 tbsp melted butter
2 tbsp Milo powder
1 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp self-raising flour

1/2 an egg (beaten, to make it easier to split)
A pinch of salt

Method:

Microwave the butter until melted.

Mix with Milo and sugar in a bowl until there are no lumps.

Add the egg, flour and a pinch of salt, and mix well.

Pour into a mug or microwave safe ramekin etc.

Microwave for 40 seconds, (1100w). Obviously, this will need adjusting depending on the wattage of your microwave, but just have a play with it. When a skewer comes out clean from the centre, it's ready!

It's a bit plain by itself so I'd suggest having it with cream or ice cream. Serve when still hot.

I got this recipe from here.

I hope you enjoy this, and let me know how it goes if you try it!


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Most Helpful Guy

  • Hmm, I don't have, even know what is, Milo powder. Might have to import it from Aus.

    I don't use microwaves for cooking. I consider them an abomination.

    Aside from that, good recipe.

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    • Essentially choc malt powder.
      You can probably try with Nesquik, although it may not turn out the same.

Most Helpful Girl

  • looks good!
    i think my local oriental store has Milo (hard to find in the States), but if not i'll just sub with Ovaltine

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What Guys Said 12

  • Looks tasty and delicious.

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  • Is Milo like chocolate powder? I heard it's just an Aussie thing, but if it's just chocolate powder we could just use Nesquick :P
    It does look quite delicious.

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    • Hehe it's Aussie, yes.
      You can probably try with Nesquik, although it may not turn out the same.

  • You always post good shit. I'm voting you for the next deity when God steps down.

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  • Another fantastic Australian recipe, I like it :D

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  • though it doesn't look very tasty haha
    i just have yoghurt mixed with banana coffee and cocoa as my lazy food, a smoothy of goodness

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  • That's a bit too complicated for me.

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  • Sounds good!

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  • thanks what can i use instead of Milo powder

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  • Your gonna make me fat Luci... also what the hell is milo?

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  • lol Milo isn't available in majority of GAGERS countries

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    • I know 😂 I did that intentionally to be obnoxious because Aussies are BETTER

    • would have been better if you substituted it for nesquik

    • Yeah but I don't know if that'll work the same

  • Good job, Tinkerbell

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  • nice!

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What Girls Said 2

  • God I so fucking hate this take. Here I am doing with the keto diet, and your fucking mug cake won't fucking go away from my screen. No matter how often I refresh or click around.

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  • this is Paul when he reads this take
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    • Weird gif... I mean, if you don't at least *somewhat* know what you're doing in the kitchen, then lifting isn't going to deliver much in the way of results.

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