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Air Fryer Carrot Cake In A Mug
Use your air fryer to make a one-serving dessert that’s actually delicious. You can keep it all for yourself or make a few more mugs full for your family. Recipe by Kathy Hester. Reprinted by permission of Page Street Publishing gluten-free option*, soy-free, no oil added option**
A Photo Of Air-Fryer-Carrot-Cake | Julie + Kittee
Air Fryer Carrot Cake In A Mug
Use your air fryer to make a one-serving dessert that’s actually delicious. You can keep it all for yourself or make a few more mugs full for your family. Recipe by Kathy Hester. Reprinted by permission of Page Street Publishing gluten-free option*, soy-free, no oil added option**
Servings
1cake
Servings
1cake
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Oil an oven-safe mug (**use a single serving size nonstick pan to keep it no oil added).
  2. Add the flour, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon, ginger, allspice and salt then mix well with a fork. It’s important to mix well so that the baking powder is evenly distributed.
  3. Next add the milk, carrot, walnuts, raisins, and oil then mix again. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Check with a fork to make sure the middle is cooked. If not, cook 5 minutes more.