This single serving Nutella mug cake is ridiculously easy to make with just 3 ingredients. It’s rich, dense, chocolatey and everything a flourless cake should be.

You may recall earlier last year I posted my 2 Ingredient Flourless Nutella Mug Cake, a recipe I created for my 5-Minute Mug Cakes cookbook. It remains one of my favorite recipes to date, but a lot of readers were avoiding it because the recipe requires the cake to rest for several hours (even though it only takes 5 minutes to make).

Well, I listened and set about creating a version that doesn’t need a long wait time. This cake only requires you to wait 15 minutes. You can do that right?

Snooze AM Eatery is one of our favorite brunch spots in San Diego and we recently stopped in for a late morning brunch, after craving it for some time.

The original San Diego location (Hillcrest) is so popular that wait times are 1+ hours on weekends, so we never visit there anymore. The Del Mar location is a little less congested and we were able to get a table within 15 minutes.

Pancake Flight (strawberry shortcake, blueberry danish, candy apple)

Every time I come here, I vow I’m going to try something new. But I can’t get away from the pancake flight. I love the variety and unique combinations. Also the pancakes here are cooked perfectly: fluffy round cakes with crisp edges.


These cheesy breadsticks are actually made out of cauliflower, but you can’t tell! They are super delicious and a great low carb alternative.

I’m not sure if it’s through sheer will or the excessive amount of cauliflower based recipes I’ve made, but Mr. K has totally jumped on the cauliflower bandwagon with me. For weeks, he’s been telling his friends about the cauliflower crust pizza I made a few months back.

And I like these cauliflower “bread” sticks even better!

Look at all that melted cheese! These don’t taste anything like cauliflower to me. The cheese and spices mask the cauliflower flavor well. And the texture is like flat bread rather than mashed vegetables.