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I tried the individual chocolate cake last night for the first time, too, and mine also came out way dry. And way hot! The bowl actually burned my shoulder pretty badly. Why was it touching my shoulder? Good question...I'm still not quite sure of the answer. I think it was so hot on my hands when removing it from the microwave that I sort of threw it up in the air and caught it on my shoulder. Craziness!


I was reading your post and you mentioned something about wanting to make just one oatmeal cookie and I remembered a recipe I found on It's for a single microwaveable cookie that is also healthy. Here's the recipe:

Megan's Microwave Instant Oatmeal Cookie
1 package instant oatmeal
2 tbsp sweet potato butter
2 tbsp milk (I used hemp milk)
1/4 tsp baking powder
pinch of cinnamon

Directions: Mix all ingredients together. Spoon mixture onto plate and flatten into a cookie shape. Cook for 1 minute. If center is still too moist, cook for an additional 20-30 seconds. Let the cookie cool for several minutes. Enjoy.


I'm playing catch up on my reader so I'm sorry to comment on an old (only a few days though!) post.

How are the Robin Miller books? For me her recipes are hit or miss but the ones that are good are REALLY good,you know?

The stir fry looks delish. I think my husband will love it!

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