Single Serve Microwave Peanut Butter Cookie

October 7th, 2012 | Posted by Erica House in Recipes

I’ve seen single serve  microwave cake/cookie recipes around for years.

I may have looked into them extensively when I was living the single life. However, I never actually made one because the thought of being a few minutes away from chocolate cake whenever I wanted it seemed like a slippery slope.

Now that I’m confident Matt would pull me out of any chocolate-induced downward spiral I may catch myself in I’m 100% okay with making this recipe as often as I want/can/need.

Peanut Butter Cookie/Muffin for One (Created by StuftMama – Original Recipe Here)

Ingredients:

  • 2 Tb PB2 (Can be found locally at Evermans!)
  • 2 Tb Soy/Almond milk (I used unweetened almond)
  • 1/2 Tb Brown Sugar
  • 1 Tb Egg Substitute
  • 1/4 tsp. baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp. cocoa powder (optional, I’ve never made it without this though)

Directions: Mix well in bowl and microwave for 2-2:30 minutes. Voila!

I’m well aware the cookie isn’t very photogenic but things don’t have to be pretty to be sweet.

Maybe it’s got a great personality?

As made with the ingredients I used it comes in at a whopping 85ish calories. Meaning, I can eat one a day and hopefully start replacing my daily vitatop habit with these. My wallet would be eternally grateful.

Have you ever made a single serve cake/cookie? 

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