Make A Decadent Mini Cheesecake In The Microwave With A Mug

The rich, creaminess of cheesecake is usually only possible to achieve if you have some serious time on your hands. This microwave mini cheesecake can be prepped, cooked and ready to eat in a fraction of the time a normal cheesecake would take.

Making a decent cheesecake at home could take as long as three hours to prep and usually at least four hours to chill, but this single serving from Instructables user hellolana only takes about an hour before it’s completely ready to eat. You need the basics used in any cheesecake recipe: digestive biscuits, butter, cream cheese, eggs, etc. Once you have everything ready in the mug, a five-minute cook in the microwave is all it takes.

Stick it in the fridge to set for about an hour and you’re ready to eat. This method is perfect for everyone making their own mini cheesecake right before serving dinner. Get everything cooked, throw everyone’s mugs in the fridge, and by the time you’re done eating and ready for dessert, the cheesecake is ready.

If cheesecake isn’t your style, you can also make sponge cake instead. Check out the complete guide at the link below.

No Bake Microwave Cheesecake (Made in a Mug!) [Instructables]

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