Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth in Seconds with 4 Microwave Desserts

By: KC Cibran


It’s too hot to turn on the oven, so give your microwave some lovin’. In mere minutes, you can dig into delicious desserts such as Michael Symon's three-minute chocolate cupcakes ( pictured above). Check out three more easy microwave recipes below.

Kelsey Nixon's mug cakes taste like your favorite peanut butter-chocolate candy, but look much fancier thanks to softened marshmallow spread.

Angel food cake ready in one minute? #Blessed. Top these heavenly cakes with sweet dulce de leche and fresh raspberries and blueberries.

Follow Hungry Girl’s recipe for a healthy alternative to a classic sweet treat. Fill one mug with devil’s food cake mix, reduced-calorie cocoa mix and sugar-free pudding to cut back on your calories — and your dishwashing.

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