10 Yummy Mug Cakes to Try These Holidays

10 Yummy Mug Cakes to Try These Holidays - Miss Caly

I was recently introduced to a thing called Mug Cakes and was immediately intrigued. A cake in a mug…made in minutes..in a microwave?!Β How could I not have known this?

I came across such thing on Pinterest (of course), and when I did more research, hundreds and hundreds of recipes appeared before my eyes. (It’s a Christmas miracle!) πŸ˜€ It really is amazing what you can do with a few ingredients and some kitchen appliances. You’re probably thinking I’ve been living under a rock all these years for not knowing about Mug Cakes… but they still fascinate me nevertheless.

So, I had no choice but to share some of my favourite recipes with you.

Today I gathered ten of my favourite recipes I found – all of them being on my holiday ‘to-make’ list. Nutella cake? Yum. Peppermint swirl cake? Hell yeah! Continue reading

How to Make Chocolate Coated ‘Fruit Pops’ – Food Friday!

how to make choc coated fruit pops

As a part of this week’s Candy theme and because it’s Food-Friday, I’ve decided to make a ‘healthier’ (but still not so healthy) version ofΒ lollipops or popsicles! Today’s ‘Fruit Pops’ I made wereΒ inspired by Pinterest, but for most of it I added in my own steps and ingredients since I couldn’t be bothered reading other people’s recipes!

These chocolate coated ‘fruit pops’ are super tasty and are perfect for when you’re craving something sweet (i.e. chocolate coated ice cream). Making lotsΒ of these would also be great for parties and even gifts. They’reΒ such an easy and fun thing to make with friends or family.

Keep in mind that inΒ this recipe I froze my bananas, but if you don’t like things frozen, just leave that step out. Whatever floats your boat. πŸ˜€

how to make chocolate fruit popsMakes: Around 10 Fruit Pops

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