Malto-Meal Magic Muffin In A Mug
The cake or muffin "in-a-mug" isn't new. I have been making them since I was a teenager 30 plus years ago, LONG before they became popular. But, in recent years, they have grown in popularity, especially since the internet has made sharing recipes so convienent.
Cakes or muffins "in-a-mug" are super quick and easy way to have a dessert, snack, treat or even a small meal (depending on the type of muffin you make). They are so versitle because, you can put what ever you like in them and really just create your own recipe.
Malto-Meal muffins "in-a-mug" are the perfect breakfast treat. You are getting lots of essential nutrients for a great breakfast without having to make a whole batch of muffins.
These muffins are so good and you can add different ingredients to change things up a bit like chopped apples, bananas, raisins or other dried fruit, chocolate chips, peanut butter, nuts or seeds, etc.
My recipe is low in fat. I use a homemade reduced fat baking mix, but you could use a store bought all-purpose baking mix if you so desire. In place of an egg, I use one tablespoon of ground flax seeds. I'm sure you could use an egg if you want, but you would need to adjust the liquid in the recipe to accomodate for the egg.
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