You will need:
Add all the dry ingredients to the mug. Ensure each tablespoon is an exact, equal measurement with painstaking accuracy:
Lob some other stuff in the mug:
Mix all the dry ingredients then carefully add an egg. All of it. Wish you'd never moved on from beans on toast:
Pick the shell out. Listen to someone moaning that they don't want any cake if it tastes of egg. Put milk and oil in and stir with a spoon. Manipulate the image in Photoshop to give the impression that the spoon is actually being moved by The Boy. Ensure there is plenty of unmixed flour at the bottom and sides:
Open a small corner of the chocolate chips and sprinkle a couple on to the cake:
Put in the microwave for three minutes. Contemplate your life. See how many times The Boy will ask if it will taste of egg before the countdown reaches zero:
The answer is eleven. Just check on the recipe page again to see how the finished cake will look:
Yummy. Open the microwave:
Exactly the same. Serve with custard.
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