Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Mug Cake Recipe

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Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Mug Cake Recipe :  Delicious! It’s impossible to believe that this cup cake is gluten-free! My kids are going crazy over this easy gluten-free peanut butter mug cake recipe that we made. We can’t wait to share this delicious gluten-free dessert recipe.

I adore being able to quickly prepare something in the microwave that is enjoyable for everyone.

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You won’t even realize this amazing dessert is gluten-free, I guarantee it! It tastes amazing!

 

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Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Mug Cake Recipe

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Simple Peanut Butter Mug Cake Without Gluten

There are two enormous mug cakes from this recipe. Our family of four normally gets two mug cakes made, which we share and serve with ice cream. This can be quickly put together—about five minutes!

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Components:

  • 1/4 cup gluten-free flour (we measure our flour with King Arthur).
  • One-half tsp baking soda
  • Two tablespoons of brown sugar
  • Two tablespoons of white sugar
  • One egg
  • Three tablespoons of peanut butter
  • TBS oil in 2 1/2
  • Three TBS milk (any sort of milk will do; we typically use lactose-free milk)
  • Triple-sugar chocolate chips (3–4) (Mini chocolate chips are our favorite, but any sort will do!

 

Instructions:

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  • In a bowl, combine all of the ingredients listed below.
  • Divide the ingredients between two big mugs.
  • Cook in the microwave for a full, fluffy meal. In about one minute and forty seconds.

Tips for Making a Gluten-Free Mug Cake

  • Here are some pointers that should help your gluten-free cup cake turn out perfectly!

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Time of Bake

  • We believe that baking this Easy Gluten Free Peanut Butter Mug Cake all at once and continually in the microwave is the key to achieving a fluffy rise. We discovered that, in our microwave, one minute and forty seconds seems to be the sweet spot for getting this mug cake to rise wonderfully puffy.
  • The mug cake didn’t rise or get as fluffy the first time we started at one minute and extended time in increments of ten to fifteen seconds. (It was still quite tasty.

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Utilize Excellent Gluten-Free Flour

  • We have experimented with a huge variety of gluten-free all-purpose baking flours throughout the years. Our new favorite gluten-free flour is the King Arthur Measure for Measure Gluten Free Flour, albeit, as gluten-free products and availability have increased over the past ten years.
  • To be honest, we don’t store any other flour in our home. My son is the only member of my family that avoids gluten, but other than him, most of us just bake and cook gluten-free foods because it makes it easier to share ideas and dinners!
  • The simplest way for me to obtain gluten-free flour is generally to purchase King Arthur Gluten Free Flour online in 1 or 3 pound bags.
  • In the past, we would substitute “almond” flour for one in recipes, but we have since discovered a superior gluten-free flour. As long as it’s available, we now prefer the King Arthur All-Purpose Gluten-Free Flour if given the option. Furthermore, using almond flour eliminates the possibility of nut allergies when giving to my kids’ friends!

 

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Ideas for Serving Mug Cakes

  • Although you could eat your gluten-free peanut butter mug cake right out of the mug, we suggest plating it all and pairing it with delicious vanilla ice cream.
  • This is quite effective and facilitates dividing the generous serving amounts.
  • Does this look like a gluten-free mug cake? It just has such an amazing appearance. Do I have this right? It tastes fantastic and fluffy. If I hadn’t made it myself, I would never have guessed that it was gluten-free!

 

Recipes for Gluten-Free Baking Made with Pantry Items

  • I adore that we can make this delectable, gluten-free cup cake with staples from our pantry. Using leftover bananas to create these simple
  • Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Clusters is our second favorite “gluten free” pantry dessert recipe.
  • Here is a recipe for our simple gluten-free chocolate chip oatmeal clusters.

 

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