This low-carb and sugar-free mugcake is for those looking for an alternative to flour. No one should miss out on the fun of mug cakes.

You want a rich, gooey chocolate brownie but don’t need to eat an entire tray. You’ll love this chocolate brownie mugcake recipe!

This protein mug cake is an excellent option for a healthy post-workout snack or dessert. This healthy dessert is oil-free and dairy-free, with more than ten grams of protein.

Breakfast Mug Cakes

This whole-grain banana mug cake is soft and fluffy. It’s perfect for a sweet snack, dessert, or breakfast. I prefer mine with chocolate on top.

This recipe is for a single serving of baked oatmeal that can be prepared in a large mug or an oven-safe dish. Try the chocolate version or the original breakfast recipe!

It’s no wonder that this chocolate oatmeal cake has been a big hit on social media. This is a great breakfast option for chocolate lovers.

Mug Cake Recipes Without Egg

This easy vanilla mug cake is ready in less than 5 minutes and tastes great with homemade cream cheese frosting, sprinkles, and no milk or eggs required!

This microwave mug-cake recipe is quick and easy to make. It comes with a stretchy top that you can enjoy in every bite. This low-fat, healthier coffee cake is packed with fewer calories than many single-serving options.

This pumpkin pie mugcake recipe is perfect for Fall if you love pumpkin.

This mug cake is called the Chocolate Break Up Cake by my friends because it makes you want to be single, so you won’t have to split.

This soft, fluffy carrot cake can be cut in half to create mini carrot cakes. Frost with cream cheese or vanilla frosting.


3 tbsp of cocoa powder

See the keto version for more information.

Baking powder, 1/2 tsp

1/4 teaspoon salt

Sweetener of Choice, 3 1/2 tbsp

Oil-free chocolate mug cakes can be made with 2 tbsp of oil.

Water or milk of your choice, six tablespoons

1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract


Preheat the oven to 350 F. Grease a mug or two small dishes very well. Mix all the dry ingredients, then add the wet and combine to form a cake batter. You can bake it for 12 minutes or use the microwave to make it fluffy. My microwave took about 2 minutes, but yours may vary. You can eat it straight out of the mug, let it cool down completely, and then cut around the edges with a knife. Serve with whipped cream, ice cream, or whatever you like.

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