Post # 16
We used that recipe for our wedding favors. Put all dry ingredients in a small mason jar and covered with fabric matching our wedding colors, tied the recipe to it with twine.
I stole the idea from Mrs. Earrings. I’ll try to remember to share a picture of the finished producte when I get home. I ordered the jars online and was able to make about 100 for around $100. I purchased the fabric from the remnants and clearance section of my fabric store.
Post # 17
It looks yummy. But cooking anything in the microwave wierds me out for some reason.
Post # 19
This is the best picture I could find!
Post # 20
Ummm…you just made my week with that recipe! 🙂 Thanks!
EDIT: I was stalking this thread because sometimes PMS requires chocolate…and sometimes shoving chocolate chips in my mouth straight from the bag seems…well…gross. Using whole wheat flour, etc. definitely makes this something that I might break out on day 2 of a bad period. 😀
Post # 21
Late to the discussion, but yay for posting this! An old coworker gave everyone one of these in a cute little mug for christmas one year, with the recipe attached. I of course lost the recipe and just plain forgot about it until I saw this post!
Post # 22
Umm, I’m totally bookmarking this for later. Yum!
Post # 23
If you try that version, be sure to let us know! It’d be great for fellow dieters like me!
Post # 24
i have copied your recipe and will give it a try. my Fiance will love it, i’m sure. i may have to make him 2 mug cakes.