Want to satisfy your sweet tooth in a flash? We have loads of microwave desserts that do just that. From microwave sponge pudding to the infamous 5 minute chocolate mug cake, find easy microwave desserts here.
This is the treat my children love to make themselves after a good term at school or when they have a friend staying. One cake is big enough to share between 2 children if you can convince them of it!!!
A light but quite rich alternative to the standard dark chocolate mousse. This is a must for all chocoholics or if you need an easy dinner party dessert! It does require chilling time however!
Every kid will absolutely love these chocolaty, gooey rice crispie treats. Super easy to make with only four ingredients. Great for kids' birthday parties or school fetes. Enjoy this recipe, and get the kids to help!
This simple, comforting pud is perfect on its own or garnished with fresh berries.
This is a traditional Scottish dish. Made for after Christmas dinner, the remainder was kept for Hogmanay. In years gone by it was wrapped in cloth and steamed in a pot. The old six penny was wrapped in wax paper and cooked into the dumpling mixture, where it was good luck to find one in your slice of the dumpling. This recipe is made in the microwave and is much quicker and still has the same tasteful flavour. You will need 1 pot, 2 pint pudding bowl, cling film.
A very tasty and quick cake that's made in a mug. It's cooked in the microwave and you probably have all the ingredients in your kitchen already.
A really quick and easy microwave brownie recipe. The best one I've even tried, with hardly any washing up!
A simple chocolate mousse is an elegant way to end a meal. Great for parties, cause you can make the mousse well in advance.
This is a very easy basic recipe that takes 15 minutes from finding the ingredients to dishing up. The washing up is minimal too.
A simple fudge recipe combining chocolate chips, condensed milk, pecans and orange zest. Substitute almonds, walnuts or any kind of nut, if desired.