A single serve, Chocolate Chip Cookie in a Mug for those times when you are craving a warm gooey, freshly baked cookie, but don't want to bake an entire batch. You can quite literally go from zero to cookie in minutes!
I made a Chocolate Chip Cookie in a Mug and oh my goodness, someone please send help. Take me back in time to just before I created it. In fact, send me back to before I created my Cinnamon Roll in a Mug and do my hips a favour.
The knowledge is dangerous. I don't want to know. You don't want to know. Do yourself a favour and run now before you get pulled into vegan mug cake oblivion.
Still here? Then sorry but that means nothing can save you.
Best get those stretchy pants on and grab yourself a mug stat.
In case you don't already know, I love cookies. I could quite easily eat an entire sleeve if we were to be left alone. So I try not to buy them. But then of course I open the pantry complaining that I don't have any cookies.
That is where this Chocolate Chip Cookie in a Mug recipe comes in. It's for those moments when you are craving cookies and want to feed your habit without eating an entire packet full.
Your mug is your friend. It represents portion control. It also happens to be your vehicle to a goo-ey, slightly chewy, melty, ridiculously easy chocolate chip cookie made in the microwave.
Picture this - You - A mug of Chocolate Chip Cookie - A glass of cold almond milk - A spoon. Your life = next level.
Ingredient & equipment notes
For detailed measurements and instructions, see the printable recipe card.
Here's a visual of what you need:
How to make a Chocolate Chip Cookie in a Mug
So my friends, you are probably wondering just how this Chocolate Chip Cookie in a Mug is done? Very easily is the answer and you need no special equipment, except for a mug, a spoon and a microwave.
Yes, this is a chocolate chip microwave cookie with no egg, no butter and no brown sugar. And yet it is so good and so cookie like.
Here's how it's done:
STEP 1 - Stir all of the ingredients together
STEP 2 - Microwave for about 50 seconds.
Chocolate Chip Cookie in a Mug we love you.
This is basically cookie dough, mixed right up there in a mug, in next to no time, cooked until it is in a state of slightly underdone goo-ey chocolate chip cookie perfection, then enjoyed immediately, while warm, with or without a big blob of vanilla ice cream on the top.
Someone stop me now ....
DISCLAIMER : I will not be held responsible for the thousands of chocolate chip cookies in a mug that will now get consumed and I am not sorry that I brought this microwave dessert to your attention.
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Chocolate Chip Cookie in a MugAuthor:
- 1 tablespoons / 15 ml oil of choice , liquid coconut oil, sunflower oil, vegetable oil, mild olive oil (or 1 tablespoon of drippy nut butter for an oil-free cookie)
- 1 tablespoon / 15 ml water
- ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract
- 2 teaspoons ground flax seed , if you don't have ground flax you can omit it. It still works but the texture doesn't get so cookie-like. Don't swap the flax for chia seeds. They don't look good in it and give it a weird texture.
- ⅛ teaspoon fine salt
- 2 tablespoons sugar , cane sugar works well but turbinado or white sugar is ok
- ¼ cup / 32 g / 4 tablespoons all purpose flour (in the UK use plain flour). To make this recipe gluten-free, use certified gluten-free oat flour and increase the amount to 6 tablespoons.
- ⅛ teaspoon baking soda (bicarbonate of soda in the UK)
- 2 tablespoons dairy free chocolate chips
PLEASE SEE THE RECIPE NOTES BEFORE YOU MAKE A START
- To a mug, add the oil (or drippy nut butter), water, vanilla, ground flax, salt and sugar. Stir them up, then add the flour and baking soda. Stir together until everything is combined. Don't over-mix it. Then add the chocolate chips and stir gently again. If you used nut butter instead of oil, you might find that it's a bit too stiff to stir. If so add a teaspoon or 2 of water to loosen it up slightly.
- Smooth the top out a little then place the mug in a microwave and cook on high for 45 seconds. Leave to stand for 30 seconds to 1 minute before eating for optimum cookie texture.
Nutritional information is provided for convenience & as a courtesy. The data is a computer generated estimate so should be used as a guide only.