A veggie burger, duh!
Let’s be real. You hate doing the dishes. I hate doing the dishes. Your mom hates doing the dishes.
Get ready to toss the pots and pans and become a micro chef, because ALL these recipes require only a mug and a microwave. No need to play with fire ever again (or at least for these next seven meals). We’ve got you covered. 😛
These recipes are SO easy—all you need to do is mix the ingredients together in your mug of choice, then nuke, nuke, nuke!
Sometimes, you just wake up craving a nice tall mug of pancake. Maybe some blueberries, bananas or chocolate chips? YOLO, people. We’re just trying to help you get your serving of fruit for the day. Top with maple syrup, and voilà!
Nuke time: 1 to 2 minutes
Because ain’t nobody got time to press and fry! Just mix these guys together, and you’re 60 seconds away from a party in your mouth.
Nuke time: 1 to 2 minutes
OK. Mind blown. Let’s cook some rice in the microwave. Here’s how:
Ta-da! Now just throw a handful of frozen stir-fry veggies in the mix with a splash of soy sauce and nuke for 1 more minute, and you’ve got yourself homemade goodness in a mug.
Tip: Drown your rice and veggies in Sriracha sauce and add bean sprouts for a spicy, crunchy twist.
Craving some spiciness that only Mexican food can deliver? Ain’t no thang. Arroz con frijoles coming right up!
P.S.-There is such a thing as microwaveable rice. Who knew?
This bad boy requires only three ingredients—and you’ll be drowning in Daiya cheesy heaven!
Let’s face it: All warm, sweet baked goods would taste better with a conveniently placed handle. Mug handles keep us from eating fistfuls of cake with both hands … which can only help animals in the long run. We vegans ain’t crazy. We just love dessert! Lil’ Bub does too. 😛
You need to sit down for this one.
The easiest of all things: Mix 1/2 cup of the cake mix with 1/2 cup of the soda, then stir in enough sprinkles to make you sh*t rainbows. Try not to have a meltdown for the next 2 minutes while it cooks, then remove from the microwave and spread with some whipped frosting goodness. We threw extra sprinkles on ours for good measure.
I know, I know. This is the first mention of chocolate, and you’re hella confused. Don’t fret: We saved the mother lode of chocolatey scrumptious fudginess for last. Vegans need antioxidants too, right?
This is the ONLY way I satisfy my chocolate craving. It’s worth waiting the mere 60 seconds it takes to cook this in the microwave. Just mix, nuke, scoop some vegan ice cream on top, and enjoy!