Amaretto Shot Chocolate Mug Cake



Amaretto Shot Mug Cake not at all like other mug cake, this one actually will surprise you!
Watch video below for more instructions
1 egg
1 tablespoon brown sugar
2 tablespoons peanut butter
1 tablespoon flour
1 tablespoon cocoa
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
2 to 3 tablespoons peanut butter chips or milk chocolate chips
 Amaretto 1 shot  more or less
chocolate syrup or hot fudge ice cream topping
whipped cream for garnishing
optional mini chocolate chips for garnishing

In a small bowl, stir the egg, brown sugar, peanut butter, flour, cocoa and baking powder with a fork. Stir in the chocolate chips and pour batter into a oil sprayed or greased ramekin or mug.


Microwave for about 1 minute depending on wattage up to 1 minute 10 seconds for over 1000 watt microwave.  Cooking may vary.

 Top with Amaretto first then ice cream or whipped topping and a little chocolate fudge sauce. You can also place this immediately onto a plate to serve or eat right from the mug.

Note: If you don't like peanut butter or have allergies, add half the cake batter then some caramel ice cream topping, end with more cake batter. Proceed to cook no longer than minute.
I hope you smile at these video's I am trying to make.  I find them fun to be able to show how the recipe is done, it's seems a little easier to understand, even though I leave in all the bloopers!  Hope you enjoy making this quick delicious and easy recipe! I needed a little more Amaretto after this movie (smile)

29 comments:

  1. What a perfect way to make dessert for 1 or 2 people. I'll have to give this a try.

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  2. How fun is this dessert, but also dangerous:) We'll have to try this one soon. Love your video and your mug!

    Have you been able to leave a comment on my blog?

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  3. I'm loving the video! I've never made a mug cake...They look so easy.

    ps...I didn't see any bloopers! Great job.

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  4. The peanut butter surprised me! Never combined it with amaretto. It looks so satisfying - could you Fed-Ex it to me?

    The video is grand!

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  5. I never bake or make sweets because the portions are generally too large, but this perfect. Looks easy, delicious and no tempting leftovers.

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  6. Oh, Claudia-your video is superb! Loved your step-by-step mug cake recipe. So genius, and easy, not to mention droolworthy. Love Amaretto Di Saronno! I would have enjoyed a little extra, as well:DDD
    Thanks for sharing, this yummy dessert. I'm sure I can enjoy a large spoonful of it, even with my WW diet!

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  7. Look yum! I started making brownie in a mug last summer when it was to hot to bake-- my little boy and I love it. We'll be trying this 'mug' desert too.

    Following from the Thur Fave things hop.

    :o)

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  8. I think I am going to make this right now. It looks so good. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Oh wow - that looks really really good. I may have to try this out sometime.

    Happy Favorite Things Thursday.

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  10. Yuuummmm... I love desserts for two and then I don't eat 6 because I hate to throw it away.

    looks so good.

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  11. I love mug cakes - you put a delicious twist on it! I'm going to have to go make one. Love your video too!

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  12. I'll definitely try this one Claudia, all I had to read was AMARETTO. ;o)

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  13. I love this recipe! So cool that you have the cake out of the mug. Never really like the eating out of the mug, so it is great that you have plated it. Great flavors and I like the addition of the video series! Now I have a familiarity with your voice and showing is always better than the written word. Keep up the videos as well as the awesome food!

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  14. I might have to give mug cake a second shot with this now!

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  15. I love mug cakes, this looks fantastic! How could I resist amaretto chocolate anything? :)

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  16. I looove amaretteo, but am a little skeptical about mixing it with peanut butter. I love peanut butter too, so it's worth a shot! (no pun intended)

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  17. Oh yummy! This sounds amazing with the chocolate, pb & amaretto combo! Plus hot fudge topping, omg heaven! Sounds sooooo good.

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  18. I like the video... well done! Great dessert.

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  19. That looks fabulous! Easy and totally scrumptious.

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  20. I love these flavors and that you can make a single serving! (Otherwise, this recipe might be dangerous!) :)

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  21. Went to your youtube page after seeing this one... I love the videos!Great recipe Claudia. I made a peanut butter chocolate cake the other day. Peanut butter in the air?

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  22. yumm and I loved the video. Thank you for linking to the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop at Katherines Corner. Hugs and smooches and wishes for a wonderful weekend

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  23. Wow! this would be a lovely dessert for a romantic dinner (just a thought).

    But Again this is a great dessert and the video is also amazing!

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  24. Oh, I'm making a note of this one!!

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  25. I'm thrilled how you're having so much fun with all this...not too mention a great dessert to boot.
    Videos certainly kick it up a notch.
    By now, you know how much I love adding Amaretto in my recipes...so I guess I'll have to try your sweet treat very soon ;o)

    Ciao for now,
    Claudia

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  26. I tried to make a mug cake once and it was a disaster! I am definitely wanting to try it again though your recipe looks great!

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  27. These cakes are delightful, and loved the video :)

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