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I had to share this easy treat.  I have always loved peanut butter and love to try new ways of enjoying it.  I was surfing a few days ago and somehow found a recipe for a VERY quick way to get my fix of PB and cake.  Plus, it’s only one serving-so it’s great to have it portioned out.

Get out a mug and give this PB & J CAKE a try:

2 tbsp. peanut butter
1 large egg
1 tbsp. oil

1/4 C milk
1/4 tsp vanilla
1/4 C br. sugar
1/3 C self-rising flour
pinch salt
1-2 tbsp. your favorite preserves

In a mug, whisk the PB and egg.  once smooth, whisk all but the preserves.  Top the batter with how much jam you want.   Microwave 1-1/2 to 2-1/2 minutes until done and smooth.

Dig in.  Perfect for when no one’s home and you want to pamper yourself!

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      Linda L wrote Oct 20, 2013
    • Sounds yummy I have to give it a try. Can all purpose flour be substituted for the self-rising?



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      Carine Nadel wrote Oct 20, 2013
    • You’d have to find a “recipe” for the self-rising part.  it contains either baking powder or soda in it and it adds salt.  Otherwise you‘re going to have a very flat and dense product.  

      You could easily make a container of it with the separate ingredients and keep it for I’d say 6 months.  

      I’ll see if I can find one.  I had one years ago probably for the same reason as you‘re finding-don’t use enough self-rising flour to buy a 5 lb bag!



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      Linda L wrote Oct 20, 2013
    • Thank you for the self-rising flour recipe.



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