1. Healthy Microwave Cake in a Cup: Using pumpkin is a nice change instead of using unsweetened applesauce as your oil swap. I just think it reduces the “grittier” texture applesauce sometimes creates. So, go ahead, have your cake AND eat it too! (via Happy Being Healthy)


2. Pear Blueberry Crumble: That’s right, the classic crumble can be nuked instead of baked! Sorry, grandma, but this tastes just as good as the hour long process of baking and it’s about twice as healthy. Special K Oats and Honey makes the best alternative for a pie crust! So scrumptious for a little mug of crumble. (via Simply Delicious)


3. Two Minute Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake: Get your fingers out of the peanut butter jar! This cake is healthier, easier to make, and let’s face it, you won’t have the peanut butter fingers. Every time I make this, I’m always amazed at the result. It fluffs up and out of the mug, making one moist morsel of cake. (via Babble)


4. 2 Minute French Toast In A Cup: This recipe calls for you to choose your own bread based on your preference. If you like your toast super soft and gooey, go for a sliced bagged bread. I like mine slightly crispy, so I opted for a multi-grain baguette. But, if you go for the white bread, swap out the butter for a Smart Balance spread and the milk for either a plant based milk or a skim milk! (via Prudent Baby)


5. Cheese Souffle in a Coffee Mug: Think souffle calls for a fancy plate and premium chef skills? Think again. This recipe is relatively easy to follow and super quick to make. You might still want to dawn a chef’s hat when you cook it just to channel your inner Julia Child. (via Health, Home & Happiness)


6. Cinnamon Roll Mug Cake: Can we just take a moment and marvel that this beautifully swirled dessert only takes three minutes to make. No crazy flours in the recipe either. You can get away with all purpose flour, because you only need one tablespoon–yup, only one tablespoon. I seriously cannot get enough of this icing! I would advise watching your portion size on the icing before you end up eating all of it!  (via Cooking Classy)


7. Minute Microwave Cheesecake: Cheesecake might seriously be one of the richest desserts that causes overeating. Even though it’s so heavy, it’s so easy to keep devouring. So, the fact that this cheesecake is made in a matter of minutes and is only one serving…it’s like the laws of nature were just defied. (via Your Lighter Side


8. 2 Minute Chocolate Salted Caramel Mug Cake: I know this sounds too good to be true and unfortunately it is…slightly. To really make this a perfect, single serving dessert without the guilt you will have to make some skinny swaps. Try using unsweetened applesauce or canned pumpkin instead of the vegetable oil. You can also use egg whites or substitute instead of the whole egg (70 calories, 5 grams of fat) and swap out that all-purpose flour for some whole wheat flour. (via Babble)