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Microwave Mug Breakfasts – 3 Amazing Breakfast Recipes

4.74 from 123 votes
Learn how to make 3 Microwave Mug Breakfasts in just minutes! I'll show you how to create a lovely Blueberry Muffin, Cinnamon Roll & Chocolate French Toast!
Microwave Mug Breakfast Recipes- French Toast in A Mug, Blueberry Muffin in a Mug with Streusel Topping, Cinnamon Roll in a Mug. Incredible Mug recipes that you won’t believe was made in a microwave!

Hi Bold Bakers!

Besides Dessert, Breakfast is another important meal of the day.

I strive to make my life (and yours) easier, and still with great results. To add to my easy and popular 1 Minute Microwave recipes, I’m showing you how to take breakfast to another level with 3 BIG & BOLD microwave mug breakfasts: a Blueberry Muffin, Cinnamon Roll Cake and Chocolate French Toast!! Plus, get a BONUS video recipe for an Apple Pie Oatmeal created first for www.BiggerBolderBaking.com. So let’s get microwaving!

 

Blueberry Muffin in a Mug with Streusel Topping

Just like a freshly baked muffin, this muffin is light and fluffy in texture yet made so simply. Adding the streusel is a must because just like muffins it creates a lovely, sugary and crispy layer on top. It’s just delicious!

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Blueberry Muffin Mug cake with Streusel Topping

4.74 from 123 votes
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 1
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 1 min
Total Time 6 mins
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 1

Ingredients

  • 4 tablespoons all purpose flour
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • teaspoon* baking powder
  • 1/16 teaspoon* baking soda
  • 3 tablespoons milk
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
  • 1 tablespoon blueberries , fresh or frozen

  • Streusel topping
  • 1 tablespoon (½ oz/15g) butter, cold
  • tablespoons all purpose flour
  • tablespoons brown sugar*
  • ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract

Instructions

  • In a microwave safe mug mix together the first 6 ingredients until smooth.
  • Mix in the blueberries.
  • In a small bowl, rub together the streusel ingredients with a fork until butter pieces resemble bread crumbs.
  • Sprinkle streusel on top of muffin batter, spreading out evenly across the surface.
  • Microwave for 1 minute or until it is firm to the touch on top (timing is based on my 1200W microwave so your timing might vary).
  • Enjoy immediately!

Recipe Notes

Brown sugar can replaced with white if needed
⅛ teaspoon is simply a ½ of a ¼ teaspoon
1/16 teaspoon is simply a ¼ of a ¼ teaspoon

 

Cinnamon Roll in a Mug 

This Cinnamon Roll in a mug takes all the ingredients you love from a traditional cinnamon roll like cinnamon and cream cheese and combines it in this simple mug cake with a lot less mess. When you need that quick cinnamon fix, this cake is a must for your repertoire.

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Cinnamon Roll Mug Cake (made in 3 minutes!)

4.61 from 78 votes
Author: Adapted from https://www.cookingclassy.com/2012/03/cinnamon-roll-mug-cake-made-in-3-minutes/ Ingredients
Servings: 1
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 1 min
Total Time 6 mins
Author: Adapted from https://www.cookingclassy.com/2012/03/cinnamon-roll-mug-cake-made-in-3-minutes/ Ingredients
Servings: 1

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons applesauce*
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 5 tablespoons all purpose flour
  • 1 ½ tablespoons brown sugar
  • ¾ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • ¼ teaspoon baking powder
  • teaspoon salt

  • Cream Cheese Icing
  • 1 tablespoon cream cheese , softened
  • 2 tablespoons powdered sugar
  • 1 teaspoon milk

Instructions

  • Combine all of the ingredients in a microwave safe mug then whisk together with a fork until combined and smooth.
  • Microwave for 1 minute or until it’s firm to the touch on top. If it is not fully cooked microwave for an additional 15 seconds. (timing is based on my 1200W microwave so your timing might vary)
  • Cream Cheese Icing: mix all of the ingredients together until smooth.
  • Serve warm topped with cream cheese icing.
  • Enjoy immediately!

Recipe Notes

Brown sugar can replaced with white if needed
⅛ teaspoon is simply a ½ of a ¼ teaspoon
1/16 teaspoon is simply a ¼ of a ¼ teaspoon

 

French Toast in A Mug

French toast is an incredibly easy breakfast. I love it because it uses ingredients you nearly always have on hand. And now you can make it even faster with less mess and wash up. 🙂 You can add whatever you like to your French Toast or just keep it plain Vanilla. I’ll show you how I make it BIG & BOLD with some lovely chocolate.

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French Toast in a mug

4.65 from 51 votes
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 1
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 1 min
Total Time 6 mins
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 1

Ingredients

  • 5 tablespoons white bread , buttered and cubed
  • 5 tablespoons milk
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons maple syrup (or sugar)
  • 1 tablespoon of chocolate chunks

Instructions

  • In a microwave safe mug, mix together the egg, milk and syrup until combined
  • Add the bread to the mug and press it down so they are submerged within the liquid
  • Add the chocolate chips to the mug and give a little stir to incorporate them in the mixture. Let it stand for 5 minutes for the bread to soak up the custard.
  • Microwave for roughly 1-1½ minutes. I suggest checking it after 1 minute and go from there. The timing is based on my 1200W microwave so yours might vary.
  • Serve with whipped cream on top and enjoy warm

Recipe Notes

Brown sugar can replaced with white if needed
⅛ teaspoon is simply a ½ of a ¼ teaspoon
1/16 teaspoon is simply a ¼ of a ¼ teaspoon

 

 

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354 thoughts on “Microwave Mug Breakfasts – 3 Amazing Breakfast Recipes

    1. Hi Jasmine,
      you can give it a go – whisk the egg into the milk before adding to the remaining ingredients. It will be a slightly different result, but it should work well for you,
      Gemma 🙂

      1. Oh thank you! I will definitely try this. I literally wrote down all the mug recipes…hopefully I like all of them!

  1. hi Gemma,
    I was wondering do I have to use the chocolate in the french toast or can I leave it out or do you have any other suggestions that I could replace it with.
    Thanks

    1. Hi,. Neve! As long as you get the correct consistency for the batter, you’ll be grand without chocolate! Substitute nuts or dried fruits for chocolate if you wish.

      Hope this helps!
      Keep me posted! Happy microwaving !
      Gemma 🙂

  2. This is my FAVORITE mug recipe! The blueberry muffin, that is. I haven’t tried the others yet, but I’m gonna! Light, fluffy and I even messed it up by not microwaving it enough and heading to work with it basically raw. I finished cooking it about a half hour after I originally microwaved it and it was still lovely!!! Thanks for the wonderful recipe! My Friday just got even better!

  3. Hi Gemma,
    I was wondering if I could use apple instead of blueberries in the muffin? I just wanted to verify to make sure it won’t ruin the recipe.

    -Danika😁

  4. Hi Gemma, I made this recipe with my little sister it was super good! next time I want to try different fruits in it maybe, any suggestion’s?
    LOVE YOUR RECIPES. 😀

  5. Tthe french toast turned out more like your egg mug muffin. I used 5 tablespoons of bread like instructed. maybe you should specify the size of the egg. That could be the problem. Or I might need to add more bread. Anyway, it was still good.

  6. I tried your mug cinnamon roll and it turned out great. I have a smaller wattage microwave so I found a conversion chart online that helped me adjust cooking time. Tasted great and cooked really well. I checked it after 1 minute and then proceeded with the second minute. Looking forward to making more of your mug meals. Its hot here and my AC sucks, so this is a great way to cook.

  7. I just found your blog and immediately fell in love! I have always loved quick microwave recipes but I never found a blog that had so many different mug recipes until now!!!!
    I can’t wait to try ALL your recipes!
    Thank you so much Gemma!

    ~Maria

  8. Super yummy! The muffin had a great texture, soft and moist. I replaced white sugar with brown sugar and added a pinch of almond extract. Definitely a keeper!

  9. Hi Gemma, upon making your blueberry muffin(Delicious!), the streusel stuff is still white like flour? Did I do something wrong?

    1. Hi Jen. That usually happens when you’re using a microwave. The air around the mug remains cool even when the microwave is on and cooking, that is why food doesn’t brown when cooked in a microwave. Rest assured though that it is thoroughly cooked.

  10. Hi Gemma, I want to make the muffin recipe but I’m not the biggest fan of blueberries, would I be able to exchange them for some cut up frozen raspberries?

  11. Gemma, I have been watching your mug videos for ages, and this is just incredible. Just watching your videos almost make me smell the delightful goods you always bake perfectly. Thank you so much for this (:

  12. Amazing Gemma! I love this. I was able to make two in about 20 minutes. I made mine gluten and dairy free and my fiances dairy free. I had burnt mine a little. Should have only put it in for 1:30 instead of 2 minutes. Yet, still tastes amazing! I posted an image of my fiances, and I am excited to try more. For the mug meals are on my list to make for the next two weeks.

  13. Hi Gemma, my friend and I have made a few of your recipes and have noticed that they have very high sugar amounts
    We have tried your breakfast blueberry muffin. It is very nice but it has 3.5 table spoons (52.5g) and a child’s daily sugar allowance is 24g I appreciate that this might also be for adults but their daily sugar allowance is 30g and this is just one thing in the day. We usually reduce the sugar and today we reduced the sugar to less than 2 tables spoons but that is still too much. We do like your recipes and they have made us more independent in the kitchen but we would like you to maybe consider changing a few things.

    Thanks Caitlin (age 10) and Lily (age 12)

    1. Hi there,
      Sugar is a big part of a lot of baking, that is for sure. It is about more than just sweetness too, it is what adds flavor, color, texture, and bulk to many recipes.
      You can go to the alternative sugars for sure, things like erythritol, Lakanto, Swerve, Truvia, etc will work well in many recipes, however, they are limited. because these alternatives do not caramelize like sugar does they do not always give the same results in a bake.
      Reducing the amount of sugar certainly will help, but you have then removed some of the bulk of the recipe. you can try adding applesauce in place of some of the sugar, that may do the trick for you. However, it is one of the realities of baking, it tends to be sweet.
      I hope this is of help to you,
      Gemma 🙂

    2. Hey Caitlyn and Lily, thank you for your thoughts, I have the same core value (to eat less refined sugar). I sometimes do substitutions like part sugar part coconut flour, or applesauce, but the flavor does change. If you try experiments that you like, Please keep me in the loop, I’d love to see what y’all come up with! Cheers! Mayagayam at gmail dot com

      1. I usually substitute one for one with coconut sugar, which has a lower glycemic index and that works really well. It is still sugar though of course.

      2. I also find that most baked recipes tend to be too sweet for my liking. So everytime I copy a recipe I just reduce the sugar in half and it works perfectly fine and still tastes great

        1. Thank you for sharing. Sweetness is subjective, hence one can reduce the amount of sugar. However, sugar does more than just sweetening the bake, it can affect texture as well. I recommend, for most bakes, to reduce no more than a quarter of what the recipe requires.

  14. How do you measure 5 T of bread?? I’m baffled by this. Maybe using oz., grams or slices would be clearer.J

  15. Love love love! These blueberry muffins made my morning!! Gemma is it possible to convert microwave mug meal time to convection oven mug meal time? How would I do the math? Anyway thanks for yet another fantastically satisfying recipe ????????????

    1. Hi Maya,

      Yes you can bake the mug meals ay 350oF (180oC) for roughly 8-10 minutes. it really depends on the cake and mug you use so keep an eye on it in the oven.

      Best,
      Gemma.

  16. Oh my god Gemma the blueberry muffin is such an incredible recipe! I posted a picture and the end result looks almost exactly like yours! Very filling and very flavorful for such a simple batter. I couldn’t do the streusel because I had margarine instead of butter so it would make a paste instead of a crumb. But, I found at home some Honey Maid, a kind of graham crackers that you can use to make a crust. I crushed some in a bowl and putted it on top. The taste was amazing.

    1. Hi Hannah,
      Yes, where a baking powder is called for with all purpose flour, then use self raising flour and leave out the baking powder, all will be well.
      A brownie recipe needs a plain/all purpose flour as it is a dense thing. Other than that, all will be well,
      Gemma 🙂

  17. Hello lovely Gemma!

    I went ahead and tried the French toast and it was a bit mushy. Apparently I didn’t use enough bread? Two slices I thought would be enough but it was OK

    The flavors were lovely (I paired it with buttercream icing because it was what I had, but it was so good and melty with the trench today that I would recommend it again! Thank you Gemma! ????

    1. Hi there,
      Hello to lovely you too! Thank you for this review of this recipe. The buttercream is an interesting addition. We would have had this, with the addition of a little brandy, to Christmas Pudding! very delicious, I can see how that would work,
      Gemma 🙂

  18. Made this today. Only had multigrain bread and subbed in frozen blueberries for the chocolate. It was a little mushy which I thought was because of the blueberries. Having reading comments it’s because I realize I didn’t use enough bread cubes. I thought 5T would be about one slice of bread… oops. 100% will try again with more bread. The flavour was spot on!

      1. Hi Gemma and Celine,
        I made this using sweetened vanilla almond milk. I also used honey instead of syrup. It was yummy! I did have mushiness issue, too, but gobbled it up anyway. I needed to microwave for 2½ minutes, which helped it to solidify.

  19. Hi Gemma, Thanks for the amazing recipes you share. I want to try the mug meals but would like to know if I can bake them in the convection oven instead of the microwave. I understand that the time taken will be more. If you have any inputs on baking mug meals in normal convection mode it will be very helpful.
    Thanks.

    1. Hi Amit,
      Yes! You certainly may. The issue is in the cost of baking just one item. If you are baking these in a large oven then bake more than one, use a muffin pan, and share! The muffin paper cases help too.
      Some of the other savory type recipes can be prepared on the stove top too. Try them!
      Gemma 🙂

  20. I tried the french toast this morning for breakfast! It was great but I used m and m’s because I didn’t have regular chocolate and it made it too sweet. I think I also but too much chocolate but the entire thing was too sweet. In the future I would leave out the chocolate and maybe go for some frozen fruits or even just plain with a little powdered sugar. It would recommend this recipe though!! It’s great, I love it! Will defiantly do this recipe again!

  21. This is very delicious. It’s so yummy and very sweet. I use store bought challah and i didn’t butter it but it still tasted very good

  22. I made the French Toast in A Mug today. I’m sure I would love the original recipe but I decided changed it up to what sounded at the moment. I added some vanilla extract and shredded coconut to the egg mixture then after it was cooked I topped it with powdered icing sugar and seedless raspberry fruit spread. It was so yummy!!! It reminded of the raspberry zingers by hostess I ate as a kid! ???? I’ve included a couple photos. While it was cooking it rose up beautifully but as it cooled it settled. I only ate half because I ended up using 3 slices of artisan country Italian bread. I’ll definitely be making this again, using different flavors and toppings. The thing I love about cooking/ baking your mug meals is that it often makes it so much easier to cook/bake for one person. Thank you for all that you do for us!! ????

  23. I made the french toast with leftover bread crust and let it soak overtnight (my mother always says the secret to perfect french toast is stale bread, anyway!). It was amazing! I added only a bit of dark chocolate chuncks and topped it with frozen raspberries. Now I know what I am going to eat for breakfast every time I finish a loaf of bread and there’s only the crust left!

    1. Hi Annie,
      you and I must have the same mother! Mine would say that too, for bread and butter pudding this is perfect!
      Well done, you really got the best out of this recipe, thank you for your input,
      Gemma 🙂

  24. Hello Gemma! I am happy to say that we tried the French Toast mug and it turned out amazing! We doubled the recipe so there was more and we decided to add a sprinkle of cinnamon on mug before we put it in the microwave. The cinnamon made it delicious even thought it was delicious without it but we thought we should add a little bit of spice! Thank you for creating this amazing recipe everyone loved it! We had the french toast mugs for breakfast and we have been trying more!

    1. Hi Jasmine,
      Lovely that you added your own touch to this recipe. It really is important to do that too, then it becomes your recipe!
      Thank you for being in touch, good to have you with us,
      Gemma 🙂

  25. Love your recipes. Can you please make more vegetable and/or meat mug recipes? Thanks for considering this possibility.

  26. Hi Miss Gemma,
    Got my mug recipes ebook recently and i showed it to my daughter. Funny she’s like “ows? really mama she sent this to you? Is this your first time your idol emailed you a book?” that really made me laugh. Then she remembered she saw the piles of recipe booklets and cook books i have collected all these years. Now she and my hubby have their fave mug recipes that they make me cook for bfast. I made a little twist with banana bread mug recipe though and made it into muffins instead 🙂
    My never ending thanks to you and your BBB show! Im definitely learning! 🙂
    -chiqui-

    1. Hi Chiqui,
      Haha, another big smile today for me, yes, I feel for you, lots of cookery books, to read, but no intention to bake.
      Now you are going at it, and I am happy that you are doing it here with us.
      Carry on baking,
      Gemma 🙂

  27. Hi Gemma
    The recipe states that you need 5 tabelspoons of cubed bread.
    would that be about 2 slices? Its hard to measure cubed bread in tablespoons.
    Thanks!

    1. Hi Tait,
      Yes, you are right, it is hard to measure some foods in tablespoons. I would say you are about right, depending on the thickness of the slice.
      About 2oz in weight should do it,
      Gemma 🙂

  28. Great mug cake recipe for breakfast. I always making this at least once a week. Thank you so much Gemma. You save my morning ????

  29. I recently discovered your wonderful recipes in a mug! Tried the blueberry muffin followed it carefully, but its was more sticky in inside. But gosh it’s delicious! What do you think I forgot?

    1. Hi there,
      I think it was to do with either timing, or the shape of the mug. These recipes bake best in a wide mug/cup. This is because of the way microwaves distribute the energy in the food. I use a 6 – 8oz cup/mug, so not too large. A large ramekin will work for you too. Hope this is of help,
      Gemma 🙂

  30. Hi, Gemma.
    I recently discovered your mug recipes. Living in a hostel with not much to work with except a microwave at hand, these mug recipes are absolutely perfect! It is like rubbing the mug and making any dish of your choice appear before you within minutes. They go perfectly with your milkshake recipes. I would love to see smoothie recipes with lots and lots of fruits. Thanks for sharing your recipes and keep coming up with new ones!

    1. Ah! that is so nice to hear. There are so many people now with limited cooking facilities, students as an example, and i know that these are a great help for all of you.
      i am happy that you are enjoying these recipes, lots more to come!
      Gemma 🙂

  31. Hi Gemma,
    I made the French toast and it was great, however I was left with a large amount of cooked egg in the bottom? How did this happen?
    Thanks for responding,
    A

    1. Hi Gemma
      So I tried the mug muffin but it turned out more like a panacake it tasted great though

    1. Hi Dawn,
      Yes! mostly they can. Raising agents are best when wetted and baked, but mostly they will be good. I suggest getting the dry ingredients organized, then just adding the wet before you bake,
      Gemma 🙂

      1. Hi again,
        I made the French toast. I cooked it for the time the recipe said and it wasn’t cooked. I cooked it a little bit more (20 seconds or so) and it seemed like the egg was cooked but the bread was mushy.

        1. Ah, now i get it!
          I am thinking this has something to do with the shape of your cup/mug.
          These recipes work best in a wide cup, the heat distributes better.
          If you allow the cake to stand for about a minute at the end of the cooking time, the heat will distribute, and the food will cook evenly.
          If this was your first effort, well done. Baking takes practice, it is a learning curve,
          Gemma 🙂

  32. I made the French toast for my wife and she loved it. Thanks for these recipes, it makes cooking easy for persons like my self who are novices in the kitchen. Great site. Thanks.

  33. Hi Gemma, I made the blueberry muffins (I used only 1/8 tsp of baking powder and no baking soda) and it turned out great! One thing was it tasted more of a wet and moist cake rather than a bakery dried muffin. The texture was kind of mushy…I suppose that’s normal? Anyhow, it was still delicious without the struessel topping. Thanks for the recipe! 🙂

  34. Hi Gemma, I just tried the blueberry muffin recipe and it came out great! However, it tasted kind of mushy..more like a wet and moist cake than a bakery baked muffin. I didn’t add the streusel topping but it was still delicious! Love how there’s no egg and how easy it is! Thanks for the recipe! 🙂

    1. Hi Ashley, I think I responded to this one yesterday, but in case I did not here goes!
      I am wondering about two things.
      1. the shape of your cup/mug. This matters because of the way microwave heat is distributed. A wide vessel works better than a tall narrow one.
      2. The time of baking. I say press the top of the cake a few times during baking, when it feels firm to the touch, it is baked. Also allow to stand for at least the baking time to allow the heat to distribute.
      Happy baking, try it again,
      Gemma 🙂

  35. I tried the blueberry muffin this morning, it tasted great but the muffin was very dry in some places and partly done in others. I was wondering if it was my fantastically terrible mixing skills or if there was something else I was doing wrong?

    1. Hi Rory, it may have been slightly over-baked! Because of the way microwaves bake the heat continues to distribute after you remove it from the oven. Actually this is true of all baking really! So, next time slightly under-bake it, then allow to stand, for about 1 minute, cover if you like, I think this will help, Gemma 🙂

  36. Can i replace the vegetable oil with sunflower oil in the blueberry muffin? I simply love your mug recipes. They are fab! I have tried the Brownie in a mug and it turned out great!

  37. Thank you so much for all these amazing mug recipes! They are perfect for a college student like myself, especially when I need a little treat. Thanks Gemma!

  38. Hi Gemma! I absolutely love the cinnamon roll cake, and I made it again (for probably the tenth time haha) this morning. I won’t lie, I’m not the hugest cinnamon fan, so I replaced a quarter teaspoon of it for a quarter teaspoon of nutmeg. It takes the cake to the next level! I’m definitely sticking with that version from now on. Next time I also think I’ll try to replace some of the flour with quick cooking oatmeal, do you think it’ll still work for the microwave? Thank you so much for all the mug recipes by the way, they’re so fun!

    1. Hi Freddie,
      If you have a grinder, blitz the oats to make a flour, this will work better for you, experiment with this to get it right for you. it sounds like you already know how to do that!
      Gemma 🙂

  39. I made the French toast and I have one suggestion to everyone who makes it, use cubed bread rather than regular sliced or cut the pieces bigger because the liquid kind of just makes it mush. Still tastes great though!

  40. Thank you Gemma!

    I made the blueberry muffin, and it was delicious. But the streusel cooked much faster than the muffin, so i had to remove the top and microwave the muffin again. Is it because I put too much flour in the streusel?
    Could you make some recipes that are healthier please?

    1. Ah! I am sorry to hear that this was an issue for you. I am not sure why this was so, perhaps a little change in the recipe. I am happy that you got there somehow!
      I am trying to work on some healthier recipes, somehow i keep on going back to rich and decadent! I must try harder 🙂
      Gemma

  41. Hi Gemma!
    I love your recipes but all of your mug recipes that I’ve tried haven’t turned out good! I’ve tried to microwave my mug meals 15 seconds ahead but trust me it doesn’t work! I’ve tried your cakes, pizza cookie blueberry muffin and moreMug recipes. What did I do wrong?

    1. Hi Olga,
      It is so hard for me to figure out what goes wrong for some people, when it works for so many others. If the ingredients are right the recipes will work, provided the microwave is also in order,
      Gemma 🙂

  42. Hi Gemma,
    I’m usually a disaster in the kitchen, but even I can make these!
    I have done the french toast one multiple times and it has come out great every time. I love it! I’ve also done it using different types of bread, depending on what we had on hand. No matter what type I have used it has come out well, so it is a very adaptable recipe.

  43. Made the blueberry muffin in a mug – only thing I’d do is add a few more blueberries and reduce the streusel slightly-all personal taste adjustments. The recipe worked great- will make again and adjust the recipe for my daughter’s vegan diet. Can’t wait to try the omelette in a mug next!

  44. Hay Gemma I’m only 11 but I tried ur French toast today I’m gonna have it now for breakfast! Plz make more microwave mug breakfasts, there soooo good. Thx, HT

    1. Hi There,
      I am happy to hear that you are in the kitchen, cooking! It is best to start young too. I will be adding many more mug recipes as time goes on, so stay tuned,
      Gemma 🙂

  45. Hi Gemma! All of your microwave mug meals are genius and I loved the chocolate French toast one! Any way you could make biscuits and gravy in a mug?

  46. I will definitely try all these amazing mug recipes out but may i ask if there is a substitute for baking soda in the blueberry muffin? In my country baking soda isn’t the cheapest thing out there…please reply and KEEP MAKING AWESOME RECIPES!

    1. Hi Jessica,
      Baking soda is bicarbonate of soda and is usually a really cheap ingredient, I am sorry that this is not the case for you. If you can get baking powder you can use this, just double up on it, so for one teaspoon of soda, use two of baking powder,
      Gemma 🙂

    1. Hi B,
      You must increase the cooking time a little, so, after about 40 seconds open the oven, touch the top of the cake, you can gauge the done-ness this way. Close the oven and check again after 20 sec or so, you will learn this way what is exactly right for your oven,
      Gemma 🙂

  47. Hi Gemma, I love your recipes but I’m from holland but you use almost always vannilla extract I prefer not using that at all, you have any tips for giving flavour whitout vanilla extract? I notice that sometimes recipes can get a little flavourless.
    I rather don’t work with extracts at all because mostly they are full of not verry healthy ingridients or they are just way to expensive.
    Cheers Lisa

    1. Hi Lisa,
      You are right, vanilla extract is expensive, because it is a pure product. There are other vanilla essences which are not pure, and are cheap. I would suggest you buy a couple of vanilla pods, scrape out the seeds and use them for custards etc. Then get a large jar of caster sugar and press the vanilla pods in to this. They will flavor the sugar, last for ages, and you can top up the jar as you use it. Don’t forget, lemon, orange and lime zest, coffee, and cocoa also make great flavorings,
      gemma 🙂
      Gemma 🙂

  48. Hi Gemma,

    I recently discovered your website and I am becoming a big fan of the mug cakes especially since being time poor with a toddler and a baby in the house. Today I did the French Toast for the whole family and everyone loved it. I used raisin toast and honey instead of white bread and maple syrup. Delish! Thank you Gemma for making life a little bit easier at times ?

  49. Hi Gemma, I’m about to make the Cinnamon Roll mug cake for breakfast and I was just wondering if you could just use cream cheese for the cream cheese frosting.
    Thanks 🙂

  50. I just discovered cooking in a mug. I wish I had done this in college a few years ago.
    I tried the blueberry muffin recipe and had to replace vegetable oil with olive oil. I was in a hurry so I didn’t make the strussel to go on top so my muffin was kind of bland. I will work on it. This recipe works and it’s fun.

    1. Jasmine –
      I make the blueberry muffin a lot. I almost never make the streusel topping. I’m a BIG flavor person so this was just a smidge bland for me as well. I give it a bit more flavor by doing one or both of the following: 1 – I use 1/2 ap flour and 1/2 whole wheat flour – added flavor and added fiber; and/or 2 – add a little flavoring extract – 1/4 tsp or so to taste. I have a lot of extracts because I like to cook/bake but you only need to invest in 1 or 2 that you really love. But, if you want ideas, I have the following extracts: vanilla, chocolate, almond, rum, banana, pecan, and brandy. So, I have lots of choices besides changing up the fruit. I hope that helps you out a bit. Have a good day.
      Lorraine

  51. hi Gemma,

    I made the French toast in a mug this morning and I don’t know if I mixed the bread to much it turned out to be a goey mess:/ any tips??

    Melanie

    1. Hi Melanie,

      I don’t think you did anything wrong, I just think you needed to cook it for a little longer. With the mug cakes seconds make all of the difference in the cooking.

  52. Had to let you know… Got a little crazy with the french toast recipe. I wanted to make that recipe because it’s so easy to eat but I really didn’t want sweet. I eliminated the syrup and added pancetta and swiss cheese. So good. Love recipes that are easy to customize. Thanks for your well wishes, by the way.

  53. I’m currently battling metastatic stage iv cancer. It’s location required radiation to my head and neck. As such, I now have issues swallowing certain textures. I frequently find recipes that will work for me but they are very large or make a big mess. The recipes here are fantastic. I can pick which ones will work for my issues, customize it to how I like, I don’t make a big mess and they’re fast. I tried the french toast mug this morning. I added vanilla, cinnamon and raisins. Fantastic and, better yet, easy for me to chew and swallow. No one else may realize it but, by showing these single serving recipes, you are doing a service, not only for those who are alone (like many of our elderly) but also for those of us who have food issues and only want or need single servings. So, basically I gave you tmi to say, thank you and it was yummy.

    1. Hi Lorraine,

      I too don’t like a big mess, that’s why I make these as well. I am thrilled you commented and that you find the mug meals helpful. I think for different reason they benefit people so it’s great to hear your story. Thank you for being part of the community.

      Wishing you good health,
      Gemma.

  54. Am planing to mk French toast.Cn I omit Choco chips.and I want to caramalise before I pour on this receipe on d mug .is it possible to caramalise ??if so hw many spoons of sugar shud I add and he many secs I hv to microwave fr caramelising???

    1. Hi,

      do you mean you want to caramelize the sugar on top? I recommend once the french toast is done sprinkle sugar on top in a layer and put it under the grill/ broiler.

      Also you can leave out the chocolate, no problem 🙂

  55. Oatmeal is one of the ingredients you use, but it doesn’t say whether it is the “quick” kind or the regular. I haven’t tried any of the mug cakes, as I just ran across them on the internet. I’m looking forward to trying them though!

  56. I am 75, my hubby 75. We have been married 58 years. My concern is that if I pass away first, I just don’t know how my husband will take care of himself. I need to prepare him. And your meals in a mug are perfect for him. We are trying each recipe: he makes his and I make mine. It is a great way to cook for yourself, not have leftovers to spoil in the fridge, and eat healthy instead of a steady diet of fast food. When we retired 13 years ago we sold our stuff and hit the road in our motorhome for 10 years. I wish we would have had these mug recipes then. I see two more great markets for you: RVers and the Elderly. Thank you and keep those mug recipes coming.

    1. Hi Jean,

      Thank you very much for your comment. I am really delighted you found my mug meals. Your comment made me very happy, happy that these are of real benefit to people for lots of different reasons. My Mum always cooked fresh food for us in Ireland and these mugs allow people to have real food fast. She too had to show my 70 year old Dad how to cook for himself. Again thank you very much for your comment. It really made my day. And congrats on 58 years of marriage, I’m on year 3 and I still haven’t gotten the hang of it :).

      P.S I love the Rvers and Elderly idea. It makes perfect sense.

      All the Best,
      Gemma.

  57. Hi Gemma! I made the blueberry mug muffin/breakfast and thought it was delicious. Do you have any other recipes on mug muffins? That would be so cool! Thanks!

  58. I tried the French toast in a mug . During it was in the microwave it started to rise very much and when I put it out it went inside again…is this normal ??

    1. Thanks so much for your question, Romaisa. Every mug is different, so sometimes that will happen with this recipe. Hope this helps 🙂

  59. Made the blueberry muffin for my daughter this morning! Wish I’d remembered I have self-rising flour in the freezer, it would have gone faster than hunting down the baking powder (how did it get to the back of the cabinet? I used it yesterday!!!)

    Anyway, I hadn’t seen your blog before, this is amazing! I can’t wait to poke around some more. 🙂

    She said it was super delicious 🙂

  60. Hi Gemma! I just absolutely ADORE your recipes. I just made the blueberry muffin, but I substituted the blueberries with some strawberries, and it came out DELISH. The only thing was the topping sort of melted, and the top of my muffin tasted like buttery gunk :(, and the bottom and sides were very tough. I just scraped off the topping and avoided the bottom and sides, and it was perfect! (I am Irish as well) 🙂

  61. Hello Gemma, I made the cinnamon roll recipe the other day and it was quite dense. I was wondering if the original recipe is light and fluffy or maybe it is quite dense ?

    1. Did you make sure to follow the directions? If so, you may have over-cooked your mug breakfast. Next time try a few seconds less, about 10 or so. That should help. Let me know how it turns out 🙂

  62. Hi Gemma, what flour do you use in the ‘blueberry muffin mug cake with streusel topping’?? Would it be self-raising or plain/all-purpose? P.s I love you videos they always bring great ideas for baking and are great treats to the kids!

  63. Any way I can make these in a toaster oven instead? Or even on the stove? I know they’re made for the microwave but I don’t have one and I’d love to try these regardless.

    1. Sure, you can make it in the toaster oven. I think it will be 6-8 minutes at 350oF. Every toaster oven is different, so be sure to keep an eye on it. Hope this helps 🙂

  64. I would love to know if u have more of these recipes. I have been teaching my son who is 7 and loves to cook and these would be perfect for him to do.

    1. Hi Jaime,

      I sure do. I have tons! On my website in ‘recipes’ there is a whole section full of mug cakes. I have around 30+ different recipes there.
      They are fantastic for little hands. I made them with my niece and nephew. 🙂

  65. Wow, Gemma! The blueberry muffin mug cake is delicious and so easy to make! Thank you very much, it is a great dessert and breakfast! 🙂

  66. dear Gemma, i love this blueberry muffin recipe. even the little burn on my tongue was worth it 🙂 next time i’ll be patient.

  67. Hi Gemma,
    I live at a pretty high altitude and was wondering if your recipes will work at high altitude?
    Thanks!

  68. Could I use microwaveable bowls instead of mugs for these recipes? It would be SOO much easier to eat for a Monday-morning-school-day breakfast. Thanks so much for these recipes, by the way!

  69. Hi gemma… instead of applesauce or banana, can i use egg in the cinnamon roll mug cake recipe? Because applesauce and banana aren’t always in the kitchen 😀 and i really want to try it… looks soo good

  70. Hey!
    I’ve been dying to try this consept for a while. But the thing is I don’t have a microwave oven. Do you have any ideas on how to use a regular oven instead?

    1. Thanks for your comment, Anne! I think in the oven it will be 6-8 minutes at 350oF. Every oven and mug is different, so be sure to keep an eye on it. Hope this helps 🙂

  71. Tried the cinnamon roll mug cake this morning, absolutely loved it! I changed it just a little by chopping an apple very finely and putting it in with the batter. Delicious!

  72. oh my, this is awesome 😀 just stumbled upon your site yesterday and I love baking! seeing all these beautiful recipes that I can try at home without any fancy ingredients is just awesome (and I think alot of people are gonna enjoy my baking spree now XD)

    just made the cinnamon roll mug cake 😀 and since there is no applesauce here, I just used some “mashed apples” that they are sell here in stores (it’s apples+water and sugar) it went well 😀
    and I also tried your oatmeal, cinnamon, apple breakfast this morning and it was delicious (didnt know it could taste this good without sugar :o)

    and later im gonna try a modyfied version of your icecream 😀 with whipped cream and coconut milk^^ I will tell how it turns out 🙂

    thank you for this site 😀

  73. Hi Gemma Stafford can you please mention my name and maybe some other people’s names in your next video since I’m your huge fan

    Love Minahil

  74. Hi Gemma Stafford I tried the French toast mug cake and it was fab by the love you and your recipes.

    Love Minahil

  75. Hi Gemma Stafford I tried the French toast recipe and it was amazing by the way love you and your recipes

  76. Hi Gemma
    my microwave oven has a maximum setting of 700W. What would be the equivalent time for your recipes? I tried and continued microwaving several times until the tooth pick came out dry.

    However the banana cinnamon cake – it turned out lumpy / didn’t rise. Maybe I didn’t add enough baking soda or the temperature and time wasn’t correct. About 3 minutes
    The French toast – turned out wet with the oil / honey / chocolate running around. About 4-5 minutes.

    I will attempt again as it is so easy and fuss-free. Thanks for these recipes.

  77. Hi Gemma I loved your blueberry muffin with streusel topping that you made I made it and it was delicious I am hoping to see more really good recipes like this one later on

  78. I made the blueberry muffin with the streusel topping Gemma it is really good I am eating it right now as I am writing this to you I really enjoy your recipes and I am hoping to see more more really good recipes on different things on your YouTube channel and website

  79. Omg just made the cinnamon roll one…and all I can say is WOW. I had it with some caramel sause instead of the cream cheese! YUUUM!

  80. Hi! These breakfast recipes are absolutely amazing. Can tell you to make chocolate french toast in mug? I was wondering to add 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder but i wanted to ask you first.

  81. Hi Gemma, I am volunteering at a seniors complex and they were looking for new programs that the residence can do. I told them about your utube videos for 1 minute microwave cakes, cookies and muffins. So I will be teaching them your method of some wonderful treats and since they only have microwaves and no stoves they can do it themselves. So excited for August/15 to start. Thanks for the great recipes and please keep them coming!

  82. I am eating the French Toast in a mug right now! It is unbelievably yummy! It was sweet and delicious… thanks for the recipe gemma!!

  83. If was wondering to use cherries in the first recipie instead of blue berries….
    will that be fine?

  84. Hi gemma. Thanks for this recipe even in the picture looking delicious. Now I can have new breakfast with my mama. Im a fan

  85. hi, i have almost all of your videos and i have tried to do some and it’s great but i would really like to eat it with icing/frosting. Can you teach me how?

  86. Hi. I have seen mug cake recipices but this is what I was looking for different flavours and ways to make a mug cake. GOING TO TRY IT SOON. CAN U PLEASE SHOW HOW TO MAKE FULL CAKES IN MICROWAVE. BIG CAKES

  87. for the cinnamon roll mug cake, can you substitute brown sugar for plain white sugar thnx i love your videos

  88. Hi! is it necessary for u to use baking soda or baking powder? and one more question can i use Hershey chocolate bars in the french toast recipe?….how do u make make wipe cream home?
    Ur videos are amazing…..and good lukkk

    1. Hi, yes it is necessary to raising agents. it helps the cake grow. Yes you can uses a Hershey’s bar for your french toast. Watch my video on my channel for apple crumble and that shows you how to make whipped cream. I am really delighted you like my videos 🙂

  89. Saturdays are pain perdu days at my place so I had to wait until today to test this out. Love this both because now I don’t have people cursing me for making them wake early just because I need to have my french toast or there would be no point in living anymore (and misery likes company, so…. :P), and you just can’t make a single serving because fairies or whatever, and also, even though that special something that comes with sadistic pleasure of cutting into someone else’s sleep is gone (though, I substituted that by using pound cake instead of bread), the final product is very delicious.
    I did improve on it by toasting the cake first 😉

  90. Hi Gemma!

    I LOVE your work and I think you are very talented.
    I have watched all your videos and tried so many, they turned out great!
    I was just wondering if, one day, you could try to make something related to “arroz con leche,” or, in english, “rice pudding.”
    I just think that it is such a simple recipe, yet so delicious, I can’t even begin to imagine all the possibilities their are to make it bigger and bolder.

    Thank you!!

    1. Thanks so much Mina, really glad you like my baking 🙂
      .I will have to look up arroz con leech but I for sure know how to make rice pudding.I’ll add it to my list.

  91. Hi Gemma! I just made the French toast mug cake and it is delicious! Although yours looks so much prettier than mine, it’s okay because practice makes perfect! Can you make a coconut and cranberry oat mug cake!!!!

  92. Hi Gemma! I am 11 years old and I made the French toast IT WAS REALLY GOOD!!! Please make more video’s.

  93. thank you soooo much for the recipes!!!! You are the best baker ever!!! Trying the French toast in a mug right now!

  94. Made the French toast in a mug twice this past weekend for my son who normally gets oatmeal and he loved it! The second day, I mixed it the night before and nuked it the next morning, it was even better, tasted exactly like bread pudding. I made it with vanilla soy milk, that’s probably why it tasted like pudding. My son is special needs and doesn’t chew so this was perfect for him.

  95. Hi Gemma, I tried the French toast with blueberries and I also added a drop of vanilla extract and a pinch of cinnamon and it was divine!

    1. Linda, all you have to do is begin cutting out the Nutrition Facts from pkgs of the items as you buy them. I cut and tape mine onto the container: eg. Flour nutrition facts are taped onto the side of the canister that my flour is stored in. If I use 2 Tbsp of flour and the label gives the nutrition facts as a svg size 1/4 cup =100 cals, then I know that 1/4 cup has 4 Tbsp., so instead of 100 cals., I am getting 50 cals. For the 2 Tbsp. Pretty simple. Just a “little Math” involved and knowing the equivalents in measuring. If you don’t know the standard measures, it may be helpful to google “standard measurements” in cooking as well as metric measurements and I’m sure there are plenty that will detail this. Hope this is helpful! : ))

  96. I just made this and it came out absolutely divine except for the crumble topping. I made it exactly how like the recipe says but it came out kind of like almost melted butter. It all meshed together and I don’t understand why? Could you give me a tip for next time please?

    1. Hi Elise,

      sorry for my late reply. I am sorry to hear that the crumble didn’t work out. Was your butter cold as you crumbled it into the flour and sugar? did you have crumbled like I did?

  97. Yes I agree with you Neha
    Gemma you should try a white chocolate recipe with ingredients available everywhere

  98. Hi Gemma , loveliest and the cutest mug cake I’ve ever seen. They really look tasty and I am 100 % sure that they are very delicious and I also watched your video, my mouth is watering seriously. Will try some soon especially blue berry muffin cake, it looks delicious.

    Please do a homemade white chocolate with ingredients that are available every where because I have problems finding ingredients.
    Thank You so much for sharing such amazing recipes,
    Neha

  99. Gemma i have to tell you , you are a great teacher. You taught me so much, ive learned so much,watched all your videos. KEEP UP WITH THE GREAT WORK! <3

  100. Is it possible to make baked oatmeal in a mug? Would love a recipe if you have one that I can add blueberries to.

    1. you can baked this June. Just put foil of a lid on the container and maybe a splash more water. Put the blueberries in when it is out of the oven so they don’t totally break down in there.

  101. I replaced the applesauce in the cinnamon roll with sweet potato mash! its baking in the oven right now 😀

  102. the french toast i made this mourning was delicious! but i do have a idea that i think will help most people, if in your next video you could show us how to check the mug cakes to see if there done that would be great because i struggled a little bit this mourning.

    1. Thanks for your request, Nathan. You can use a toothpick and stick it in the center of your mug cake. If it comes out with batter on it, your mug cake needs more microwaving. Hope this helps 🙂

    1. I would like sugar free recipes too, though I imagine we could use Splenda for our diabetic relatives.

  103. These look soo good! Love your website and videos. This gave me an idea though, could you try making Bread Pudding in a mug? I would be in heaven!

  104. I’ve tried the blueberry muffin recipe and I don’t have enough words to describe how good it was! Thank you so much for the recipe, it’s so easy to make! I’ve discovered your channel only recently, but I’m in love with all the bigger and bolder ideas ^^

  105. Hi Gemma, I have a question, could I change tablespoons of applesauce (or mashed banana) per egg in cinnamon roll mug cake??
    Thank you!!!!

  106. hi Gemma,
    I love making treats in a mug,but all the family love them also do you have any mixes that can be made in bulk.

  107. Love Love Love
    Love your channel on the Youtube
    you’re so genius, some recipe are hard to make but you,
    you are amazing, your how to do is the best, so easy
    Have a nice day from Indonesia 😀

  108. These recipes are fantastic! I can’t wait to try them. I’ve been meaning to ask, where do you get your mugs? They are just too cute!

    1. Thanks so much Gretchen for watching, delighted you like my video :). I gather my treasures as i go along. Mostly I get them in thrift stores but actually the french toast mug I got in ‘daiso’ the Japanese store. The cinnamon roll is an Irish design. My blue mug in most of the videos is ‘Maxwell Williams, enchante’ and can be found on line. 🙂

    1. Made cookies and cream but with Mint Oreo and I left out the green food coloring. Has a slight green color from the cookie filling. It is awesome. My husband is gonna be surprised to see 3 pints of his favorite flavor if the freezer.

  109. Awesome recipe as always
    Love you to Bits
    Seeing a smile on your face and seeing your video makes my day
    I wish I could hug you tight.
    Love,
    Igal

  110. I’m eating the Cinnamon Roll Mug Cake as I write this. It is absolutely delicious! Thanks for the recipe!

      1. ummm… i wanna ask can i keep the batter in the fridge overnight and microwave it in the morning.? and does it applies to all of yr mug cakes and mug cookies?

  111. Gemma, Thanks for these delicious recipes! I actually made one succesfully this morning, and it was SO GOOD!!!!!!!!!

    1. Hi! Made one too this morning, it was good, although had a stomach ache afterwards , guessing it was a bit raw…..

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