Cinnamon Roll in a Mug #cake #easy

Cinnamon Roll in a Mug #cake #easy

I'm not a major microwave fan. I have one yet all around once in a while use it. I am anyway interested by excessively brisk veggie lover pastries like vegetarian mug cakes. I have a sweet tooth and the idea of having the option to go from zero to dessert in sixty seconds is incredibly engaging!

I began trying different things with a Cinnamon Roll in a Mug formula, or Cinnamon Bun in a Mug as some may consider it. An entire bunch is dazzling, however now and then that is not what you need. A Cinnamon Roll for one is simply bounty.

It is so natural to make. It actually pauses for a moment or two to shape and around fifty seconds to cook. When it's cooked, turn it out onto a plate and respect it's cinnamon move magnificence for a second before blessing it with a liberal spill of icing. At that point take care of right away. Try not to keep it staying nearby. It is best consumed right in light of the fact that once it cools it gets somewhat intense.

My Cinnamon Roll in a Mug is warm, sticky, uncooked and cinnamony. The ideal liberal treat for those occasions when you totally need pastry at this moment. It is totally sans oil and in spite of the fact that not what I would call solid.

Also try our recipe Oatmeal Cookie Dough Mug Cake

Cinnamon Roll in a Mug #cake #easy

This single serving, oil-free Cinnamon Roll in a Mug is like magic. It’s so easy & perfect for when those sweet cravings hit & you NEED dessert now!

For the cinnamon roll

  • 9 level tablespoons all purpose flour
  • ¾ teaspoon baking powder
  • a pinch of salt
  • Around 3-4½ tablespoons water
  • A tiny dab of oil for greasing the mug coconut or mild olive oil/vegetable oil
  • ¾ teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1½ tablespoons coconut sugar you can sub any fine sugar - don't use one with large chunky grains unless you don't mind the grainy texture when it's cooked
  • ½ teaspoon water

For the frosting

  • 3 tablespoons natural powdered sugar
  • A drop of plant-based milk or water around ¾ teaspoon


  1. Grease a normal sized drinking mug (just a standard medium sized one) with a tiny dab of oil. Be sure to reach into the bottom and the edges well.
  2. First make the frosting. In a small bowl mix the powdered sugar with either plant-based milk or water. Add the liquid a tiny bit at a time. It doesn't take much at all and the most you will need is ¾ teaspoon of water, perhaps a tiny drop more if you are using milk. Stir well until smooth then set aside.
  3. Add the flour, baking powder and salt to another small bowl and stir to combine.
  4. Gradually add the water (from the 3-4½ tablespoons, stirring until it starts to form a dough then use your hand to bring it together, kneading a few times until its a smooth, flexible ball of dough. If you do accidentally add a drop too much water and it's a bit sticky, add a little tiny bit more flour. If it's very dry and won't come together, add a drop more water. Only handle it as much as you need to.
  5. Dust your work surface with a little flour, then roll your dough out into a long strip about 4 inches wide and a couple of millimetres thick
  6. Sprinkle the coconut sugar and cinnamon evenly over the dough then fold the edges inwards to seal it in and stop it all falling out when you lift it into the mug.(see my video above).
  7. You will be left with a long narrow strip which you can roll up.
  8. Roll it up and gently lift it and place it in the greased mug.
  9. Pour over ½ teaspoon water then place in the microwave.
  10. Microwave uncovered on full power for around 45 - 50 seconds. My microwave is 1200 watts. You may need to adjust the time a bit up or down. All microwaves are different so be careful not to overcook it. If you overcook it it will become tough so be sure to check how powerful your microwave is first and adjust accordingly. The very maximum time it will need is about 1 min 10 seconds and that is only if you have a really low powered microwave. Remember that it will continue to cook a little bit after you remove so a tiny bit under done is better than overdone as then it will go tough. If it needs longer cook in 5 second increments to avoid over cooking it.
  11. It should have swollen up nicely when you check it and if you insert a toothpick or skewer into the dough it should come out clean. It is normal for the top and sides to be a little soft & damp & look a bit doughy when you first take it out because it has basically steamed in the mug.
  12. Turn out onto a plate and spoon over the frosting. Eat immediately. 

Read more our recipe : Paleo & Whole30 Cinnamon Vanilla Latte

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