If you want to prepare something easy and cute for your kids birthday, then you should definitely try some delicious mug recipes. Easy to make and kids will love it! Take a look at my favorite mug recipes for kids birthdays.
Of course, this is also perfect when you want to eat something sweet and don’t really have much time to cook!
Perfect Mug Recipes For Kids Birthdays
1. Banana Split Parfait Jars
I found this jar recipe on one amazing link party long time ago, and I knew immediately I have to save it on my list of easy birthday recipes for later! Tatanisha from A mitten full of saving has amazing recipes and this one will definitely be a huge hit with my family and friends.
2. Chocolate Snickers Mug Cake
Lovely Stephanie from Spaceships and Laser beams blog made these amazing chocolate snickers mug cake. I think everyone would be so happy when I serve this. It looks amazing.
3. Mason Jar Dirt Pudding
Lolli from Food Fun Family shared this cool recipe with her readers. I knew this is one of the jar and mug recipes that I need to include in my roundup. It’s simple and so tasty – you need to check it out!
4. Paleo Chocolate Cake in a Mug
Dawn from Blogging Mom of 4 blog shared this amazingly cool and simple paleo mug recipe on her blog and I knew that I have to save it for later. Chocolate is not really approved for paleo diet – but this cake will be like you’re eating a real choco cake!
5. Blueberry Mug Muffin
Maryann from Domestically Speaking shared this amazing muffin mug recipe with her readers. And I am not the only one that liked it – it has so many shares on Pinterest that you can be sure it’s good!
6. Apple Crisp Cake in a Mug
Britannie from Simplistically Living shared this great recipe with her readers and I had to share it with mine! It’s not too complicated, and it looks more than tasty!
7. Pumpkin Mug Cake
Kids love pumpkins. Well, I love them too! Who doesn’t? Raquel from Organized Island shared this great mug recipe and I am definitely having this served as a dessert on my next winter party! People will just go crazy 🙂
8. Holiday Mug Cake
Here comes something simple and nice and just in time for Christmas. Lovely Brittanie (again) shared this on her blog and I just love love love it!
Do you like these delicious mug recipes? Which one is your favorite? Do you have your own recipe to share with me? Feel free to leave the link in the comment so I can check them out and add them to the list of mug recipes.
Well, you know what I think about cooking activities for kids – so invite your little ones to bake with you! Enjoy!
I love the holiday mug cake. These are all so much fun. I think it’s nice for kids to be able to help and to see how easy it can be to make a delicious cake!
Wow, Phillip and I make snicker doodle cookies in a cup for ourselves all the time after the kids go to bed, but I’ve never thought of it being a special birthday treat for the birthday boy/girl. Will have to keep this in mind…
These all looks so great! Pinning this for the future. Thanks so much for including my pumpkin mug cake too!
These all look delicious. Mug Cakes are my favorite! I am going to pin this 🙂 And thank you again for including a few of my recipes! 😉
What fun ideas! They all look irresistible! Thank you for sharing them with us at the Hearth and Soul Hop. Sharing 🙂 Happy New Year! Look forward to seeing you at the hop again next week (4th January) 🙂
YUM! ::wipes mouth:: That Apple Crisp Cake looks SO GOOD!!! And I love Pumpkin anything. 🙂
Thanks for sharing with us at #MMBH! I pinned this to our board, thanks for sharing!
Looks delicious, love to to try chocolate mug cake, thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop, pinning and tweeting. Happy new year to you and family.