This easy vanilla mug cake recipe is ready in just 2 minutes! If you want a paleo mug cake that’s simple to make and super delicious, give this keto vanilla mug cake a try. It’s sure to do the job.
This paleo (and keto) vanilla mug cake made with almond flour, vanilla bean, coconut oil and monk fruit. It’s a delicious, grain-free mug cake recipe that comes together in just minutes.
Ever find yourself wanting a piece of cake BUT not wanting to deal with an entire cake? This is where mug cake enters the room.
Mug cake is a single serving of cake, made in a mug and cooked in the microwave.
A great way to indulge a sweet tooth without having to rely on heavily processed options from the grocery store.
How To Make Paleo Vanilla Mug Cake
Brace yourself. This recipe is crazy easy to make.
- Grease an 8 ounce microwave-safe mug with coconut oil (butter or cooking spray would work as well).
- Add almond flour, monk fruit, coconut oil, egg, vanilla (beans are best but you can also use extract), baking soda and salt. Stir until you have a beautiful, rich cake batter.
- Pop in the microwave for one minute or until the cake is set through and springy on top.
- Cool and enjoy!
I love this mug cake topped with whipped cream and fresh berries but it’s also delicious as-is.
Tips For Making Keto Vanilla Mug Cake
- Almond flour. Rich in healthy fats and protein, almond flour is naturally a low carb flour option that creates and super moist, low carb mug cake
- Fresh vanilla beans. While this mug cake can be made with vanilla extract, fresh vanilla beans take the flavor to a whole new level. The flavor of fresh vanilla beans is beyond any other vanilla flavor, so I highly recommend you use them if you can. Look for vanilla beans that are plump and shiny, you definitely don’t want them to be dried out.
- Monk Fruit. An all natural sweetener, with zero calorie, monk fruit has been on the rise. I have been experimenting with it a bit in my baking and really like it. If you don’t need to keep the recipe keto-friendly and prefer not to use monk fruit, any granulated sugar can be swapped in 1:1.
More Healthy Dessert Ideas:
- Mango Blueberry Crisp
- Chocolate Mug Cake
- Matcha Energy Balls
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