Choco Peanut Butter Lava Mug Cake Recipe Without Flour and Egg

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This recipe is perfectly apt for your family’s sweet cravings.


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2 standard size packets of Oreo (vanilla/chocolate flavor)

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1 cup milk

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1 tablespoon peanut butter


Step 1: Make one tablespoon of peanut butter into a ball and keep it in the freezer for 20 min so that it becomes solid.

Step 2: Crush all the Oreos from the two packets in a food processor/ mixer, the mixture should be finely crushed with no granules left.

Step 3: Add 1 cup of milk to the Oreo mixture and mix it well until the texture is fine and smooth with no lumps.

Step 4: Add half of your Oreo mixture to a mug.

Step 5: Then add your solidified peanut butter ball in the center, followed by the Oreo mixture left.

Step 6: Put it in the microwave for 1 min.

Step 7: Enjoy the hot, gooey, and luscious mug cake.

Note: You can have this cake with vanilla/chocolate ice cream, chocolate sauce, or Nutella.

The recipe amounts to a big mug size.

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Mallika Barsaley
A 2nd-year student pursuing B.A.Programme with a knack of writing. A budding journalist and an all-time explorer. General Secretary of B.A.Programme Association of Kamala Nehru College.

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