Sugar Free Cookie Butter Mug Cake made grain free and in a minute!
Of course you must have known this recipe was bound to come eventually right? I mean when I see a challenge to make a traditional recipe into a healthier sugar free version I can do nothing else or think of nothing else until it's accomplished. Yes I needed to make this quite a few times to get the right texture. You must also know how I hate dry cake or anything dry for that matter.
This should come as no surprise then since I shared my Sugar Free Grain Free Cookie Butter made from my Healthy Copycat Sugar Free Biscoff Cookies, it HAD to happen.
This is made for two.
I repeat this cake is made for two.
While it appears it could easily be eaten by one person, THAT would be highly inappropriate. The calories would be astronomical. But I guess if you don't worry about calories then by all means eat the cake by yourself.
My kids and I shared this one because:
- I realized I liked the way it looked better for pictures when it looks like it overflowing over the top of the ramekin.
- It's super filling and heavy! It's like a giant fluffy cookie!
I didn't feel the need to add any topping but of course that is optional and your prerogative.
Here's a quick video I made:
A quick note:
- When you stir in the cookie butter, don't worry if it doesn't become completely smooth with the rest of the ingredients. I enjoyed seeing and eating small hidden treasures of cookie butter pieces throughout the cake.
- If you decide not to share, best way to avoid eating this whole thing yourself; place mixture evenly into two ramekins or coffee mugs.
Sugar Free Cookie Butter Mug Cake
- 2 Tbsp. homemade cookie butter
- ¼ cup heavy whipping cream
- 2 tablespoon coconut flour
- 1 egg
- 2 tablespoon butter
- 1 tsp. vanilla extract
- ½ teaspoon baking powder
- pinch salt
- optional: ¼ teaspoon vanilla stevia if desired I don't think it needs to be any sweeter since the cookie butter is sweet enough
- Stir ingredients together by hand or place in a food processor to blend until combined well.
- Pour mixture evenly into 2 mugs or ramekins.
- Microwave one at a time for 1 -2 minutes until center is set.
Weight Watchers Points Plus: 9
What is cookie butter can you tell me how to make it please m
The cookie butter recipe is linked, just click on it to take you to that recipe.
Just finished making this mug cake and it was fantastic in every way! I realized I goofed though, and used 2 T melted butter instead of cookie butter, and added some stevia and splenda to sweeten to taste and added a T of stevia sweetened choc chips. Even w/ my goof up, it was the easiest, fluffiest, yummiest low carb cake I've tasted!
I'll be trying all of your mug cakes - with my glasses on next time! 🙂
I don't have cookie butter and really don't want to make any. Is it essential?
For this recipe it is.
I love mug cakes but I love that this version is sugar free! It's the perfect for my dad who tries to eat low sugar 🙂
Paula - bell'alimento
Every now and then you just need a quick and easy mug cake!
Rose | The Clean Dish
I don't count calories so I could eat that whole thing by myself hehe (probably still shouldn't though!). Your mug cake looks terrific - I wish I had some right now with my coffee!!
Martha @ A Family Feast
I'm almost afraid to try making a mug cake - because it looks so easy and delicious - I may keep making them over and over and over... 🙂
This looks like a quick and easy teat to make. Yummy!
I wonder if coconut milk could be substituted for the whipping creme?
I think that would work.
A giant fluffy cookie? I'm in! It looks DELICIOUS!!
The Food Hunter
mug cakes are the best
Lana | Never Enough Thyme
Oh my goodness, that looks delicious! Even though I don't cook grain-free or sugar-free, it's so interesting to read your posts and learn how it's done. Very informational!
Ashley @ Wishes & Dishes
I will have to make this soon and I may or may not share with my husband 🙂 Yum!