Lemon Mug Cake Mix

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  • Lemon Mug Cake Mix
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The burst of citrus in this single serve dessert is from real lemons! The refreshing taste of this mug cake is compatible with a lot of flavours so get ready to find out your favourite!

Ingredient list

Refined wheat flour, Sugar, Lemon Powder, Baking powder

Nutritional information per serving (60g)


217 kcal


3.7 g


0.33 g


49 g

- Sugar

24 g

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Excellent ingredients - thank you!

Dear Team,

I bought with mixed feelings but I must admit that not only was it soul warming but the quality of ingredients took me by surprise. At this price, it was a surprise. Please continue to add more products and you can count us in.


This can happen if the batter has been overmixed. The batter needs to be mixed only till no dry powder is visible.
This can be caused by a couple of reasons, the most common being adding too much liquid and/or over-mixing the batter.
This can be caused if there is no / too little oil in the batter or if the Lemon Mug Cake has been overbaked.
The cakes can be stored for up to 2 days at room temperature; up to 5 days in the refrigerator or up to 3 months in the freezer. The Lemon Mug Cake should be wrapped tightly before storing in the fridge or freezer to avoid any change in the texture.
This can happen if the batter was too liquid or if the mould in which the Lemon Mug Cake was baked was too small. The batter should fill a little over half of the cup/mould to allow it to expand.
Top crust can be moist/sticky if there was too much liquid in the batter or if the Lemon Mug Cake was not rested for a couple of minutes or if it was covered while it was still warm.
A Mug Cake can become soggy if there was too much liquid in the batter; if it was underbaked; or if it was not rested for a couple of minutes.
Other than a microwave, you can make these Lemon Mug Cakes in the convection oven / OTG, pressure cooker, or even in the air fryer.
You can combine the premix from the sachets to make a bigger cake in a bigger mould. Just multiply the quantity of water and oil with the number of sachets you are using (for example, if using 3 sachets, add (1x3 tablespoons oil and 3x3 tablespoons water).
The top of the Lemon Mug Cake does not brown if it’s made in the microwave. If it was baked in the oven, the reason for the top not getting brown could be that the oven temperature was too low or the oven is not heating evenly.
You can replace the oil with butter at room temperature in a 1:1 ratio
You may add egg/flax egg/chia egg to the batter if you prefer. Do not add any water / reduce the amount of water, if you decide to do so.
You can frost the cake with any frosting – buttercream, whipped cream, ganache, or icing – that you prefer, once the Lemon Mug Cake has cooled down to room temperature.
You can add any toppings to the cake. For suggested toppings/recipes, check out https://madulf.com/blogs/recipes