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In a Mug Recipes

In a Mug Recipes

By using a coffee cup, mug or glass jar, you can create some quick easy meal ideas.

Omelet in a Mug

Cooking oil spray
2 Eggs
50 g Spinach
1 tablespoon sprinkled cheese
1 teaspoon Green onions, optional
Salt and pepper (as needed)

Spray oil inside coffee mug or jar.
Add eggs in a mug and mix until the yokes are combined using fork.
Add all remaining ingredients.
Gently mix once together.
Place the mug in microwave oven and cook for 90 seconds.
Remove mug and let it cool for 30 seconds.
Enjoy the tasty and delicious omelet.

**Add or take away whatever ingredients you like in your eggs. Ham, sausage, chopped peppers, mushrooms, etc. all work well in these mug omelets.

Lasagna in a Mug

2 pasta lasagna sheets, ready to serve
6 oz. Water
1 teaspoon Olive oil or cooking spray
3 tablespoons Pizza sauce
4 tablespoons Ricotta or cottage cheese 
3 tablespoons Spinach
1 tablespoon Cheddar cheese
Optional: 2 tablespoons cooked sausage

Break lasagna sheets and place properly inside the mug.
Spray with olive oil, avoids sticking.
Cover lasagna with water.
Cook for 3-4 minutes in microwave oven or until pasta looks tender.
Remove the water and set pasta aside.
In the same mug, add pizza sauce and place a few pieces of pasta in mug.
Add spinach, ricotta and sausage into layers.
Sprinkle cheddar cheese on top.
Continue layers again starting with pasta.
Place in microwave and cover with microwave safe cover or paper towel to avoid splatters.
Cook in microwave oven for 3 minutes or until lasagna is heated through.
Let cool for 1-2 minutes and enjoy the taste.

See Chocolate Cake in a Mug Recipe

Our favorite mug to use for mug recipes is the Corningware Mug with a Lid. 
(pictured in the lasagna in a mug recipe above.)

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