Single-Serving Fudge Cake for YOUUUU!

All for you you you.

Single-Serving Fudge Cake all for YOU. \\ immaEatThat

What is the last chocolate thing you ate? Wait.  Better question, what is the next chocolate thing you are gonna eat?  It is this. This this this.

 Single-Serving Fudge Cake all for YOU. \\ immaEatThat

Andrew doesn’t go cahrazy over too many of my recipes.  But after I made him this he was like “is this thing on the blog?”

I’ve been making this cute, little fudge bucket for months now.  It was time to share, for the love of chocolate. 

 Single-Serving Fudge Cake all for YOU. \\ immaEatThat

Speaking of L.O.V.E…I feel like my love for cookbooks have been ignited.  I used to prefer websites and blogs for recipes but ever since this cookbook..I just can’t get enough cookbooks. 

 Single-Serving Fudge Cake all for YOU. \\ immaEatThat

So for this cake.  You leave out the baking powder so it doesn’t puff up but instead stays dense and fudgy.  Which is ideal for chocolaty things.

And that’s all I have to say about that.  More words would mean more time spent without you digging into this ramekin of fudginess.

Single-Serving Fudge Cake all for YOU. \\ immaEatThat

Single-Serving Fudge Cake for YOU!

Dense, creamy chocolate cake all for one person!

Yield: 1

Prep Time: 5

Cook Time: 1

Total Time: 6 minutes

Ingredients:

3 tablespoons oat flour

1 tablespoon dark cocoa powder, unsweetened

3 tablespoons milk

1 tablespoon peanut butter

1 tablespoon honey or brown sugar (if you use brown sugar, add 2 additional teaspoons milk)

1 tablespoon dark chocolate chips (...or more if you want sweeter.  Listen to your tastebuds!)

pinch salt

Directions:

Combine all ingredients in a microwave-safe bowl until a batter forms.  Microwave for 30-60 seconds, or until just set on top.  It's easy to overcook this and it you overcook it you'll cook all the fudginess out...so watch it.  There are no eggs so don't worry about under cooking!

I haven't tried baking this in the oven.  But I'd imagine 350ºF for 15 minutes would do the trick!