Have you tried a Blueberry Muffin Microwave Mug Cake yet? It’s one of my favorites. Although I’m the inventor of 101 recipes for microwave mug cakes, and I’m not supposed to play favorites, the Blueberry Muffin Microwave Mug Cake is, indeed, the one I bake more often than not when I want a quick snack. I usually have most of the ingredients in the pantry, and to me, eating a Blueberry Muffin Microwave Mug Cake is like going out to a doughnut shop  without leaving home. Plus, a Blueberry Muffin Microwave Mug cake is always freshly baked, warm, and ready.

Try the recipe and let me know what you think. You’ll find the recipe for a Blueberry Muffin Microwave Mug Cake right here.

Microwave Mug Cakes Help With Portion Control

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Look, microwave mug cakes aren’t a health food. They’re made of white flour and refined white sugar, so it’s not a good idea to make a steady diet of them.

That said, if you do want to indulge, it’s probably far better to bake a microwave mug cake than it would be to bake an entire pan of brownies or muffins. A microwave mug cake offers only a single-serving and, once you’re done indulging, it’s gone. Anything else that you might bake offers leftovers. You know what you do with leftovers — you give them away (which provides others with more temptation than they probably need) or you eat them yourself.

Besides the fact that you probably don’t want a few days’ worth of leftovers every time you want to treat yourself to something sweet, microwave mug cakes boast another selling point. you always eat them when they’re freshly-baked.

Now if you know something that can beat a still-warm Microwave Mug Cake for freshness — and it’s built-in portion control feature — please let me know. Until then, I’m treating myself to Microwave Mug Cakes, and I’m leaving the full-sized cakes for truly special occasions — like Thanksgiving get-togethers!