Pop Tart in a Mug

hey y’all

so howdy? 😂 (sorry ik its cringey but hey #yolo) I said in a recent post that i would post the mug pop tart- and its quick, easy and sososoooooooo delicious!! i’ve made it a couple of times, and both times the jam came out so, yeah.

This recipe is from Gemma Stafford’s BiggerBolderBaking -it is super-duper awesome (my opinions, #notanad 🙂 ) LINK HERE!

p.s i have a post coming TOMORROW!! YESSSSSS!

***DISCLAIMER***
THIS IS NOT MY RECIPE, BUT MY PHOTOS, AND SO PLEASE DO NOT COPY PHOTOS, UNLESS YOU ASK FOR PERMISSION -THANKS 😀
Strawberry Pop Tart in a Mug
 Author: Gemma Stafford
Serves: 1 serving
Ingredients
  • 1 tablespoon (½ oz/15g) butter, room temperature
  • 1 tablespoon icing sugar
  • 2 tablespoon milk
  • 4 tablespoon all purpose flour
  • 1 tablespoon strawberry jam
  • Icing (icing sugar and water- 1tbsp icing sugar: 1/2 tsp water)
  • Sprinkles

 

Instructions

 

In a microwavable mug mix the butter and sugar together.

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Stir in flour and milk and mix until all ingredients are fully combined.

Make a well in the batter and spoon in the jam. Gently smooth the batter over the jam so there is none peeking out.

 

Microwave for 45-60 seconds, or until firm to the touch. (My microwave is 1200 Watts so your cook time may vary depending on your wattage)

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Set it aside to cool. Spoon over some icing and then of course, decorate it with sprinkles! Enjoy IMMEDIATELY!

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ENJOYYYYYAH! ITS SO FREAKIN’ DELICIOUS. YOUR MIND’LL BE BLOWN tim-and-eric-mind-blown.gif

love livinglikeaunicorn xxxxx

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