Paleo Chocolate Chip Cake In A Bowl
1 Serving, Ready in 5-Minutes, Paleo, Gluten-Free, Refined Sugar-Free, Minimal Ingredients, Easy
Tame your sweet tooth with this 2-minute Paleo chocolate chip cake in a bowl. This Paleo dessert is free from grains, dairy, refined sugars, and guilt.
You want something sweet, but you don’t have the time (or patience) to wait around to bake a cake. No worries, I got you covered with this 2-minute cake loaded with mini chocolate chips that will beat any sweet craving to the curb.
This chocolate chip cake is filled with nutrient-dense Paleo ingredients that don’t just provide the ‘sweet‘ but also the nutrients compared to the Standard American Diet desserts filled with lots of bogus calories.
This dessert was meant to be enjoyed by one, but if you are feeling generous, feel free to share with a loved one!
You’ll want to read this blog post in its entirety for more helpful tips and tricks you’d typically by-pass. Or, if you are feeling lucky, jump to the recipe below and get started!
Either way, I’d love to hear how your cake turned out, so please leave a comment and share it with your friends and family.
How to Make Paleo Chocolate Chip Cake In A Bowl
1. In an 8-ounce or larger coffee mug or bowl, combine pancake mix, coconut sugar, and baking powder.
2. Whisk in coconut milk, maple syrup, coconut oil, and vanilla. Fold in chocolate chips.
3. Microwave for 1 minute and 30 seconds or until the cake has risen and the top is golden brown.
4. Carefully remove from the microwave and cool before serving.
How to Store Paleo Chocolate Chip Cake In A Bowl
It’s unlikely you’ll have leftovers, but if you do, cover and place into the refrigerator for up to 24 hours for optimal freshness. When ready to eat, reheat in the microwave for 20 to 30 seconds or until warm to touch.
Essential Equipment for Making Paleo Chocolate Chip Cake In A Bowl
8-Ounce or Large Coffee Mug or Bowl – You can either make this in a mug or a bowl; both will yield a delicious 2-minute cake!
Microwave – Thanks to modern technology you can have your individual-sized cake ready to eat in less than 2-minutes!
More Yummy Paleo Desserts
Chocolate Paleo Mug Cake – Get your chocolate fix in 2-minutes with this chocolate mug cake!
Paleo Double Chocolate Brownies – Double the chocolate = double the fun… delicious fun, that is!
Edible Paleo Chocolate Chips Cookie Dough – There’s no time to wait for your cookies to bake, instead enjoy them right out of the bowl with this egg and dairy-free cookie dough loaded with chocolate chips!
Basic Staples for Making Paleo Chocolate Chip Cake In A Bowl
Paleo Pancake Mix – For this recipe, I use Birch Benders Paleo pancake and waffle mix for a quick base to my cake.
Coconut Sugar – Coconut sugar is the perfect refined sugar replacement because it offers some nutrients but also has a lower glycemic index!
Baking Powder – Save money (and your health) by making a homemade baking powder made with baking soda and cream of tartar.
Coconut Milk – Coconut milk can be swapped out with equal parts of almond milk, as desired. Both will get the job done!
Coconut Oil – Coconut oil is the perfect alternative to dairy-based fat. If you can tolerate dairy, the coconut oil can be swapped out for equal parts of grass-fed butter.
Vanilla – Save money by making a homemade vanilla extract with my favorite recipe: Paleo Vanilla Extract.
Mini Paleo Chocolate Chips – You can use my homemade Paleo chocolate recipe featured in my Paleo Chocolate Covered Strawberries post. Make the chocolate and pour it into a chocolate chip mold, place in the refrigerator until hardened.
Paleo Chocolate Chip Cake In A Bowl
- Microwave-Safe Bowl or Mug
- In an 8-ounce or larger coffee mug or bowl, combine pancake mix, coconut sugar, and baking powder.
- Whisk in coconut milk, maple syrup, coconut oil, and vanilla. Fold in chocolate chips.
- Microwave for 1 minute and 30 seconds or until the cake has risen and the top is golden brown.
- Carefully remove from the microwave and cool before serving.
Nutritional facts aren’t always factual – please use these as a reference only. Speak to a nutritionist about your recommended daily values and for more accurate information.