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      How to Microwave Chocolate Cake

      How to Microwave Chocolate Cake in a Cup

      If you love the sweet and gooey taste of chocolate cake but don't want to overindulge your sweet tooth, try making an individual serving of chocolate cake right in your microwave. Using just a glass coffee mug and standard cake ingredients, you can whip up and enjoy a rich chocolatey dessert in minutes.

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      How to Microwave Fudge

      How to Microwave Fudge

      If you're looking for a dessert that's super easy to make and doesn't take much time, try making microwave fudge. If you already have all of the ingredients on hand, preparing and microwaving the fudge takes under five minutes.

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      How to Microwave Popcorn

      How to Microwave Popcorn

      A bag of microwave popcorn is a go-to comfort food for movie nights and midnight snacks, but it's not the healthiest. Microwaving loose kernels is a healthier alternative because you can control the amount of butter and oil you use.  Buying loose kernels is also more economical because it's so much less expensive than buying individual packages. Another benefit of microwaving loose kernels is that it results in less un-popped popcorn.

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      How to Microwave Apple Crisp

      How to Microwave Apple Crisp

      Often, baking in the oven is preferred because the preheated interior and circulating hot air causes desserts to rise and crisp to perfection. Baking takes a long time though, and sometimes you need instant gratification when it comes to feeding your sweet tooth. Microwaving apple crisp is simple, and the final product is a warm apple center with a perfectly crispy crust on top. The best part: it takes less than 15 minutes to prepare and cook.

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