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New Trend In Personalized, Miniaturized Baking: The Mug Cake

January 14, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
A Boston book publicist who had a craving for a brownie – not a batch of brownies, just one brownie –  has created a recipe that “just hit the spot,” according to St. Louis food editor Kathryn Rem. The publicist found the recipe on the Internet. It creates a single-serve microwave mug cake. The recipe can accommodate any number of flavors and formats, uses a minimum of equipment, leaves no leftovers, and needs almost no clean-up. One warning: eat them while they’re warm, because the texture may change if left in the cup for too long.
Kathryn Rem, "Kathryn Rem: A 10-minute cake", GateHouse News Service, January 14, 2013, © GateHouse Media, Inc
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