Huel Mug Cake Recipes

I found this thread in a search for huel cakes :blush:

And now the last three things I have done have been to make a mug cake from huel.

Base ingredients are

1 scoop of vanilla huel
1 tea spoon of coconut oil
1 egg
some water

2 minutes in a microwave…

What I have added include

Coffee + Walnut + Raisins (Bit bland, coffee didn’t come through enough - but I ate it too hot I think!)

Cinammon + Drop of Honey + Walnut + Raisins (Tasty!)

Finely grated lemon rind + juice of half a lemon + walnut + raisins + touch of vanilla extract (So yum! reminded me Starbucks lemon muffins, but had no poppy seeds!)

I’m going to have to move onto baking larger cakes… Carrot cake is on the list…

Would appreciate input, I’m not normally one to experiment like this.

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Rather naughty of me I know…

But, out of curiousity, I tried

Rum + Raisin + Vanilla Extract…

Pretty good! but lets not make any kind of habit of that…

I will make one of these tonight and let you know how it goes. Perhaps blueberries and chocolate chip?

Oh man, don’t get me started on adding chocolate! :slight_smile: hope it goes well

Grated carrot, raisins, vanilla extract, ginger and cinnamon… yum!

definitely going to give this a try - thanks :slight_smile:

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Here’s my Huel Carrot cake this morning… yum!

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Mashed up a whole banana, added a spoon of mixed nut butter and a few blueberries, image not so great but tastes awesome…

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Bit of a fail with my first attempt. I had an egg spare so thought I’d give it a go.

38g of huel (1 scoop) egg, tsp of coconut oil, some vanilla essence, juice and rind of half a lemon. Added “some water” and blended, then added some dried blueberries before adding to mug and microwaving for 2 minutes.

Was still very wet, so did it for another minute, still wet, so did another (4 in total).
The “cake” had set towards the top but bottom was pretty porridgey.

So I’m thinking I added too much water, especially as I had lemon juice too - can anyone be more specific how much water they added? I’d try again, but only had one egg to hand.

It actually tastes pretty good as a semi-set pudding/dessert - but wasn’t the cake I was hoping for :frowning: also used unflavoured Huel but the lemon and blueberries have sweetened it up enough for my liking, but could probably have done with some chocolate flavour system next time unless I use vanilla huel.

Water is just for consistency and making sure it fully mixes.

If you have wet ingredients you can afford to not add as much water, you don’t need a lot. I think you will get a feel for the consistency when it works, nothing too runny!

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