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Whole Earth Chocolate Chip Mug Cake For One

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Dessert ready in just 5 minutes? Yep, it’s definitely possible. This mug cake is sweet and creamy…and chocolatey! It’s made with Whole Earth Allulose Baking Blend, which is perfect for keto-friendly and gluten-free recipes. Allulose is a great addition to your pantry and sure to become a go-to ingredient anytime a recipe calls for sugar! #ad

Why I Choose Whole Earth Allulose

I’m partnering with Whole Earth to bring you this yummy dessert because it’s quick and so simple to make. It’s a fun treat at the end of a long day. Whole Earth products are a must have for anyone living a keto lifestyle. I like this sugar alternative because it cooks, bakes, and browns like sugar without the carbs or calories. 

So what is allulose? It’s a type of natural sweetener found in fruits like figs and raisins. The allulose baking blend I used in this recipe is a blend of allulose and erythritol. Erythritol is a sugar alcohol found in fruits like melons and grapes. Both Whole Earth’s allulose and erythritol are derived from corn. You might be thinking corn is not keto-friendly but don’t worry; while both are counted as carbs in the nutrition table, neither impacts the blood sugar significantly. You’ll find stevia & monk fruit extracts in the blend that helps add sweetness. There’s also xanthan gum in the blend to that helps with texture, especially in gluten-free baking.

I also like that it measures the same as sugar, so there are no measurements to calculate if you choose to use allulose in the place of sugar for all of your recipes. There are zero net carbs, zero sugar, and zero calories! It’s a miracle ingredient!

How To Make Chocolate Chip Mug Cake

It’s ridiculously simple to make this mug cake. Use a medium to large sized mug for this recipe. Add a tablespoon of butter to the mug and place it in the microwave for 15-20 seconds, or until the butter is melted.

Add Whole Earth Allulose and stir well. Next add the egg yolk and vanilla to the mug. Whisk with a fork until well combined.

Finally add in the almond flour, salt, baking powder, and sugar free chocolate chips. Stir until well combined. Smooth the top of the cake mixture with a spoon to even it out.

Place the mug in the microwave and cook for 45-60 seconds. Since every microwave is different, it may take a few more (or a few less) seconds to get it to your desired doneness. But you’ll have fun practicing and perfecting the recipe! The mug cake is done when you can stick a fork in it and it comes out clean. Now sit back, relax, and enjoy your chocolate chip mug cake!

Whole Earth Chocolate Chip Mug Cake

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Calories 383kcal
Fat 35g
Net Carbs 3.5g
Protein 9g
Serving Size 1 mug cake

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  • 🔪 Prep 5 mins
  • Total 5 mins
  • 🍽 Yield 1 serving


1 serving


4 steps
  • In a medium to large mug, add 1 tbsp butter and place in the microwave for 15-20 seconds or until the butter is melted.
  • Add allulose and stir well. Then add egg yolk and vanilla and whisk with a fork until well combined.
  • Add almond flour, salt, baking powder and sugar free chocolate chips, then stir until well combined. Then smooth the top with a spoon.
  • Place the mug in the microwave and cook for 45-60 seconds. Each microwave will require different cooking time. When a fork inserted comes out clean, your mug cake is ready to enjoy!


Total Carbs: 34g  - Allulose: 9g - Erythritol: 9g - Stevia: 4.5g - Fiber: 8g = NET: 3.5g 

I’ve shared other recipes that call for Whole Earth sweeteners because I trust that they’ll work well in my recipes. And they’ll all satisfy your sweet tooth! This Raspberry Swirl Keto Cheesecake is made with Whole Earth Erythritol and is always a crowd pleaser. If you like churros, these Churro Muffins are made with Whole Earth Sweetener and can be eaten as breakfast or dessert. And check out this decadent and creamy Peanut Butter Smoothie that uses Whole Earth Stevia and Monk Fruit Blend. It’s an on-the-go treat!

I’ve talked a lot about using Whole Earth products in sweet recipes, but they also have some savory recipe ideas too. Make sure to head to the Whole Earth website and find a few new recipes for your family to try.

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  • Reply
    August 20, 2020 at 9:23 am

    Do you think coconut or sunflower flour would work? We can’t have almond flour in our house unfortunately

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      Suzanne Ryan
      August 23, 2020 at 3:10 pm

      Hi There, I am not familiar with sunflower flour, but you could use 1 tbsp coconut flour in replace of the 3 tbsp almond flour.

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