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Twenty-Nine Reasons to Love Rose Gardner: Reason Ten

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It’s another coffee mug giveaway day.  It’s your last chance to get one of these gems during this giveaway.  Today we will be giving away another Crappydoodles mug!  It’s how I feel every morning before I get my caffeine in me, for sure.  I need to sneak one of these out of Denise’s house.  Someone distract her on Twitter while I slip out the front door.  ;)  Today I want to share a fun and yummy coffee mug recipe that I like to make with my girls.  It is perfect for a chocolate fix when needed.  We like to add chocolate chips or even Reece’s chips:    Chocolate Cake in a Mug


How to make it

  • In a microwave safe MUG:
  • Add dry ingredients to mug, mix well with a fork.
  • Add egg, mix thoroughly.
  • Pour in milk and oil and vanilla, mix well.
  • Add chips, if using.
  • Put mug in microwave, and cook for three minutes on 1000 watts.
  • Cake will rise over top of mug–do not be alarmed!
  • Allow to cool a little; tip onto a plate if desired.
Click on the name of the recipe to go to the site where I got the recipe from and read the comments.  There are some good suggestions there.
So my question of the day is what do you use a coffee mug for, besides drinking?  You have until Midnight, Monday the 25th to comment.
 What do you use a coffee mug for, besides drinking?
Jennifer W. is the winner of the Day Ten giveaway.  We will be contacting you by email so that we can get it sent off in the mail to you.  Congratulations.
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angie odonnell
9 years ago

hot cereal……… oatmeal, cream of wheat, malt o meal or soup lol anything I can slurp lmao

becky podjenski
9 years ago

I use a coffee mug for coffee and tea, obviously … also soups, holding dandylions that my son picks for me, Easter Egg dye when we dye eggs, holding pencils/pens etc.

Elizabeth Tuttle
9 years ago

I would never (except for that cake thing… who would have known!?!) Use my coffee mug for something other than drinking! Lol

Jennifer W.
9 years ago

Ice cream!!! :)

G. Aliceson
G. Aliceson
9 years ago

I don’t drink out of them. I usually use them to remember times in my life. I have some Mom ones from when my kids were little, some vacations, and I still have the one my favorite high school teacher sent me when I embarked on my own teaching career. Although, cake in a cup sounds very good!

9 years ago

you can make scrambled eggs or “omelet in a mug”. Scramble eggs, mix in a little cheese or what have you-microwave a couple of minutes and you’re good!

Paola Bell
Paola Bell
9 years ago

Coffee, tea, ice cream, and a paint brush rinser for when the kids are painting.

Anne Alexander
9 years ago

Coffee 1st and foremost…cereal, soup, ice cream…yup that’s about it!

9 years ago

I’ve only used coffee mugs just for drinking, but I do have a beer mug that currently holds my kids pencils from school! LOL

Kim Shaw
9 years ago

Coffee,Tea,Soda,soup, hold pens and pencils.

Michelle Grey
9 years ago

Scrambled Eggs. Taught to me by my kids when they went through a class in middle school.

9 years ago

Eggs in a mug. Just scramble an egg in a mug & cook for 1 minute in the microwave & you have breakfast! You can add cheese, veggies, salsa…whatever you like on your “omelet”

Emilia A.
9 years ago

Nothing but drinks so far, though making a cake in one sounds super easy and yummy!

Heather Bristol
9 years ago


Carie Lewis
9 years ago

I have used it for oatmeal, soup and ice cream, but right now I actually have a flower that is planted in a coffee mug that was given to me by my little girls for Mother’s Day!

Lindy Dierks
9 years ago

flowers and soup. Not together of course.

Jennifer W.
9 years ago

I’m so excited . . . Thank you!! :)

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