6 minutes for potato chips, 5 minutes for a nutella cake, 90 seconds for eggs, and 1 minute for fudge. You can make so many delicious things in the microwave, and yes fuge is one of them! I’m an old fashion kind of girl and I love making things on my stove top but there are times when quick is best. Especially when it involves dessert! This recipe takes about 5 minutes of work and only 1 short minute in the microwave.
This recipe is so timely…just in time for the holidays. Fudge seems to be a Christmas treat. Or at least that’s when I get bins of it from the neighbors. This year I might be able to return the favor and give some of my own. I am onboard with simple DIY gifts and the more edible the better. We are only 5 ingredients away from delicious, melt-in your mouth fudge. And chocolate chips, butter, vanilla, salt, and condensed milk are all affordable and easy to come by! Needing other quick microwave recipes? Greatist has a bunch…
Here’s the video…Enjoy!
What is a meringue? Most people think it’s a topping for pies like ‘lemon meringue.’ They aren’t wrong but that is only one kind of meringue. There are also bakes versions.These baked treats are supposed to be hard outside and smooth inside. Think of a cloud. Now think of meringue. If done right, the meringue should melt in your mouth like a cloud.
These sweets are made from egg whites and sugar. Easy, right? Wrong! They can be a little temperamental to master. I have failed so many times but here is a microwavable way to make them and I am curious to try it. You need the same ingredients but instead of whisking you will be kneading. Wouldn’t it be great to have delicious airy cookies in only 3 minutes?! I might separate the egg whites differently but other than…it looks fun! Looking for more meringue ideas? Check out these cookies from the Food Network here…
Here is the awesome video…Enjoy!
How can people be so creative?! I am green with envy at the talent these people possess. I might have this skill level someday but not yet. I tip my hat to you if you are one of these fabulous master bakers. I would pay good money for someone to make one of these cakes for me (probably the library one). Maybe my guests won’t know I didn’t make it!
The planet Earth or Saturn cakes would be perfect for a kiddos geography or science class. If my kids and I worked together I think we could pull it off. But the snake cake is a no go for me! So scary and real looking. It is absolutely terrifying and I wouldn’t be able to eat it, let alone make it. Check out these other cakes from webneel. They will blow your mind!
Here’s the link to Awesome Inventions’ full roundup…
Lately I can’t get enough sugar; it is all I crave. I was exploring the internet in search of the best sugary recipes when I found this awesome one from Amanda’s Cookin’. It is a winner! Cream puff + eclair + cake = WOW! Sometimes bigger is better.
This is like one giant delicious eclair. How have I missed this recipe my whole life?! Check out this great tutorial, great pictures, and a great all around idea.
Grab the recipe here… Amanda’s Cookin’ – Cream Puff Chocolate eclair Cake
Additional Resources: Looking for more cream puff cake recipes?
Don’t miss this one by Cast Sugar and also this post by All Recipes.
Let them eat cake! Marie Antoinette had it right, cake it the best. Sure, that’s not really what she meant but it doesn’t change the fact that cake is delicious! Mug cakes are the best of all; they are speedy to make, single serve, and awesome for portion control. These look so yummy!
The double lemon sounds refreshing and zesty and I think I’ll try it first. The raspberry sour cream, cinnamon roll, chocolate lava, caramel apple, and all the rest of them are to die for and need to be made asap. This really is a the “best of” list!
See all 20 recipes here… DIY Candy – 20 Mug Cake Recipes: The “Best Of” List
Chocolate Cinnamon Mug Cake
My favorite from the roundup that I most definitely want to try is the chocolate and cinnamon recipe by A Zezty Bite. That combo sounds just perfect on these cooling fall days!
Additional Resources: Looking for more mug cake recipes?
Don’t miss the roundup by Daily Burn and also this post by Table For Two.
Oh my! Well I’ll be making this this week. Whipped cream and cream cheese frosting sounds amazing and adding fresh strawberries to the cake mix and for decorations is fabulous! I love how the cake is pink too. It would be perfect for a baby girl shower or birthday.
Find the recipe here…
Image Credit: allrecipes.com
Simple, seasonal, and sensational. That’s what these treats from Cincy Shoppers are and they are perfect for the busy busy baker. Homemade is all well and good but these are quick and just as cute! We all need that from time to time.
Check them out here…
Image Credit: cincyshoppers.com
The season of pumpkins is upon us. I had my first pumpkin spiced latte a few days ago and it was delicious. I know that these little bites will be too. This recipe is easy-peasy; even the newest of bakers can get this one right! It’s going to be a hit this fall.
Learn how to make them here…
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For shame! My Betty Crocker cookbook is missing this recipe! I am so glad to have run across the online version and feature it here today. This is a beauty of a cake! Yum. It screams potluck to me. It would be fun to sub out flavors too; watermelon, cherry, strawberry – the berry patch is full of flavors and each would be fun to try with this great cake!
Get the recipe here…
Image Credit: bettycrocker.com
Would you rather… have cheesecake with a graham cracker crust or a brownie crust? Would you rather… have cheesecake with chocolate frosting or berry topping? Oh wow. Those are tough questions! Maybe some of life’s hardest questions. If you said brownies and chocolate, All Food Recipes has just the thing for you! Yum! I mean, we are talking life changing good people.
Here is the recipe…
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