Honey Mug Cake

Yield: 1 mug cake (2 servings)

Honey Mug Cake

Honey Mug Cake

Dive your spoon into this sweet Honey Mug Cake. A soft, sticky and gooey mug cake made with honey, then topped with a delicious buttercream frosting. A delicious cake in less than 5 minutes!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute


Mug Cake

  • 2 tbsp butter
  • 2 tbsp runny honey
  • 1 medium egg
  • Β½ tsp vanilla extract
  • 3 tbsp light brown sugar
  • 4 tbsp self-raising flour, see notes
  • pinch of salt


  • 2 tbsp butter, softened
  • 4 tbsp icing (confectioners') sugar
  • (optional) runny honey


  1. Add the butter to a mug and melt in the microwave for around 10-20 seconds.
  2. Add the honey, egg and vanilla and beat with a fork until combined.
  3. Add the sugar, flour and salt and beat again until fully combined and smooth.
  4. Cook in the microwave for around 1 minute 15 seconds to 1 minute 30 seconds (depending on your microwave power), then allow to cool to room temperature.
  5. Meanwhile, to make the frosting, add the butter and icing (confectioners') sugar to another mug and use a fork to cut the butter into the icing sugar until it reaches a clumpy texture, then beat with the fork until fluffy, around 1-2 minutes).
  6. Spoon the frosting into a small piping bag or a ziplock bag fitted with an open star or plain round tip and pipe a swirl onto the top of the cooled cake.
  7. (Optional) Drizzle with extra honey and serve immediately.


  • If you do not have self-raising flour, substitute with plain (all-purpose) flour and add ΒΌ tsp baking powder.
  • Don't fancy drizzling the honey? Just add between ΒΌ-Β½ tsp runny honey to the frosting to taste. Hey presto, honey-flavoured frosting!

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:

Β½ mug cake

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 452Total Fat: 25gSaturated Fat: 15gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 8gCholesterol: 143mgSodium: 472mgCarbohydrates: 54gFiber: 0gSugar: 42gProtein: 5g

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85 Comments on “Honey Mug Cake”

  1. Joshua Hampton β€” May 12, 2015 @7:04 am Reply

    So gorgeous. And ready in five minutes? Wow. I'm having that for breakfast tomorrow.

  2. Rebecca β€” May 12, 2015 @7:19 am Reply

    Just how cute is this mug? :) It makes me wanna eat honey like right now :D good for you you put a delicious looking honey cake inside ;) I know what I iwll be testing this weekend... ;)

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” May 17, 2015 @5:40 pm Reply

      Thanks Rebecca. If you make the mug cake, let me know how you get on. :)

  3. Emma | Fork & Good β€” May 14, 2015 @11:33 am Reply


    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” May 17, 2015 @5:42 pm Reply

      LOL The mug is getting more attention than the cake!! I bought it especially for this cake.

      The mug is from Wilkos, of all places! As is the Kilner honey pot. ;)

  4. Kayle (The Cooking Actress) β€” May 16, 2015 @2:59 am Reply

    ooooh so pretty! I love how simple and lovely honey is and this mug cake showcases it perfectly!

  5. Jessica @ Sweetest Menu β€” May 18, 2015 @6:53 am Reply

    Oooh magical mug cake! I love this one, it reminds me of Winnie the Pooh with his honey pot. Gorgeous piping too!

    1. Ramya β€” May 30, 2022 @1:00 am Reply

      My 8 year old makes this by herself. And it comes out amazing. We usually use whipped cream for the topping as it’s faster and a bit lighter given that the cake itself is a bit denser than an oven made cake.
      Excellent recipe to satisfy your cake cravings 😊

  6. Vicky β€” June 23, 2015 @6:37 pm Reply

    I tried this recipe and it was delicious, thank you. :)

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” June 24, 2015 @4:54 pm Reply

      I'm glad you enjoyed it, Vicky. Thanks for stopping by and letting me know. :)

  7. Nat β€” September 14, 2015 @9:14 pm Reply

    Since I don't eat egg, I subbed it with 1/4 cup of applesauce and it's really yummy!
    I had to microwave it for a bit longer (maybe 1: 45) but it's still gooey and delicious.
    Thanks for the recipe!

  8. Milena β€” March 11, 2016 @12:25 am Reply

    Made your cake tonight for my husband, it looked delish, just waiting for his comments.

    PS_You have a Think Thin add that keeps popping up and won't close and forces us to their site if we try to close?

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” March 13, 2016 @7:39 pm Reply

      I hope your hubby enjoyed the honey mug cake, Milena? I have quite a few mug cake recipes here, if you fancy treating yourself to something different. :)

      I apologise about the full page ad. The ads aren't controlled by me, so rather frustrating when they force redirect readers away - ugh! I will contact my ad provider to let them know.

      1. Laura β€” March 6, 2020 @12:14 pm Reply

        Most people wouldn't bother talking to their ad provider. Props for caring enough about your readers to do it. 😊

  9. Sammy β€” March 14, 2016 @6:32 pm Reply

    This was the only mug cake that went successful! Thanks alot! Very yummy ?

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” March 21, 2016 @5:18 pm Reply

      So glad you enjoyed it, Sammy. Thanks for letting me know. It is so yummy. :)

      What issues have you been having with other mug cakes? I have quite a few mug cakes recipes here which all work great. Feel free to take a look.

      However, if you're having issues with the batter spilling over the mug, it might be that the particular recipe you're using has a little too much batter. If that's the case, you can use an oversized mug to combat that problem.

      1. Carmen β€” April 1, 2020 @9:53 pm Reply

        The best mug cake I’ve ever eaten. My 12-year old made it for dessert this evening :-)

  10. Melissa β€” April 4, 2016 @10:04 pm Reply

    I just made this and it was absolutely delicious!! I've tried many mug cakes and this is by far my favourite!

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” April 5, 2016 @7:30 pm Reply

      So happy you loved it so much to be a favourite! That's great to hear, thank you for letting me know. I love comments from readers that have tried my recipes.

      I'm sure it'll now become a staple in your house, like it has in mine - my kids constantly pester for this mug cake (that, and my chocolate brownie in a mug, too). :) Thanks again for the feedback.

  11. Lianne β€” April 10, 2016 @7:09 pm Reply

    I've tried quite a few mug cakes and really liked this one. Had to cook it a couple of seconds longer but I loved the texture and taste!

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” April 13, 2016 @9:48 pm Reply

      Nice to hear you enjoyed it, Lianne. Thanks for letting me know. :)

      Thanks for stopping by, too. Have a sweet day.

  12. julia β€” June 25, 2016 @2:04 pm Reply

    hi!!!!!!!!! your recipe is amazing.. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 5 min is enough actually, but a little too sweet for my test. i am enjoying my 5 min cook now and made some modification like adding dried coconut in the mix to make a little crunchy and spread custard on it instead of the frosty.... awesome, 5 stars!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” July 6, 2016 @12:31 am Reply

      Aww, thank you Julia. Thanks for the 5 start rating, you're so sweet! :) I like your suggestion of coconut and custard. Sounds yummy. There's endless options to switching things up, like adding a little lemon/orange,etc. extract, zests, nuts - anything your imagination desires!

      I think the sweetness is perfect, but we all have different tastes - I have a sweet tooth, lol. You could definitely reduce the amount of brown sugar next time to suit your taste. Thanks for stopping by. Have a sweet day.

  13. Jennifer β€” August 3, 2016 @6:11 am Reply

    Yum! I added a fourth a teaspoon of earl grey to the melted butter and some lemon juice and baking soda because i dont eat egg and it was amaaazinnggg. loved it!

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” August 9, 2016 @12:12 am Reply

      I love that you added some Earl Grey to the honey mug cake, Jennifer. That sounds delicious. I have a recipe for Earl Grey Cupcakes here on the blog and they were amazing too, but sounds even better with both the Earl Grey and honey.

      So happy you enjoyed it, and thanks for stopping by. :)

  14. Jane Lee β€” August 21, 2016 @10:50 pm Reply

    MMmmmmmmmm! :) Delish! Thanks so much for the recipe! I made a few changes of my own:

    - 2 tablespoons of sugar -> put in a dab more honey
    - a small pinch more of baking powder -> make sure to use a big cup!
    - and I baked it for 2:30 mins because I thought it didn't bake completely! :) -> turned out like a subtly -honey tasting delicious honey bread!

    2 thumbs up! :)

  15. Kate β€” November 12, 2016 @1:27 pm Reply

    This was the best mug cake I have ever made! In the past they have always been dry or really dense. It's the perfect texture and tastes amazing too!! I will definitely be using this recipe again soon.

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” November 12, 2016 @3:25 pm Reply

      So happy you enjoyed the mug cake, Kate. :) I know what you mean about some mug cakes being dry or dense. They can be hit or miss sometimes. I have quite a lot of other mug dessert recipes, if you fancy something different.

      Thanks for stopping by. Have a sweet day.

  16. Candace Barron β€” December 8, 2016 @11:49 pm Reply

    I'm going to be honest I had my doubts about this recipe, but I was willing to take the risk! I am amazed at how good this tastes! It is my new go to recipe! Thank you so much!

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” December 13, 2016 @1:15 pm Reply

      I'm so glad you tried it, Candace. It is utterly delicious, isn't it? :)

      I have quite a few other mug recipes from cookies, cheesecakes, muffins, and a brownie in a mug that you might also like too. And you're more than welcome.

      Thanks for stopping by and leaving a sweet comment.

  17. BerryJam β€” June 24, 2017 @1:11 pm Reply

    Thank you for the yummy recipe, I added the rind from 1/3 a lemon for a lemony honey flavour, delicious!!

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” June 27, 2017 @4:09 pm Reply

      That sounds like a delicious adaptation! Will have to try that myself. :)

      Thanks for stopping by. Have a sweet day.

  18. Hayley β€” January 3, 2018 @10:27 am Reply

    I am 11 and even i can make this. I love how sweet and sticky it is this is my firsy mug cake and i was expecting it to fail but it turned out sweet and moist. Thank you for this delightful recipe.

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” January 3, 2018 @2:45 pm Reply

      You’re welcome, Hayley. I’m glad you enjoyed the recipe. :)
      Thanks for stopping by.

    2. Bia β€” May 19, 2020 @10:01 pm Reply

      I am 15, dont let the age fool you, I am always looking for more sweet stuff to try, my cake came out moist and a little unsweet but I added a few extra drops of honey and sugar. Hands down best recipe I've ever tried, will definitely come try this agian, I have tried several recipes and they have all come out as unsweet or dry, this cake however just needs a few tuch ups and its delicious, thank you!

  19. Stacey β€” February 2, 2018 @10:14 pm Reply

    Me and my boyfriend have just been dreaming of cake, so I googled cake in a mug and this cake up.....O.M.G!!
    This is incredibly delicious and so easy to make. Yum!

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” February 2, 2018 @11:32 pm Reply

      So glad you both enjoyed the honey mug cake, Stacey. :)

      I have quite a few mug recipes from brownies, cookies, cake, and cheesecakes all done in a mug, if you fancy something different next time.

      Thanks for stopping by. Have a sweet day.

  20. Carol-Anne β€” March 13, 2018 @12:52 am Reply

    I just made the cake and I flipped the cake out of the mug and it had a really nice running caramel glaze over it. I had added 1/4 tsp of baking powder as I used Unbleached No Additive flour. Baked for 1.30 sec Made another one and increased the baking soda to 1/2 tsp and it came out more like a cake and there was no runny glaze on the bottom. Made the icing only used 1/2 of it and put it on the cake while it was still warm and it melted on the top and down the sides both cakes tasted really good, I kept going back and forth to see which one I liked best.

    1. Carol-Anne β€” March 13, 2018 @12:54 am Reply

      sorry I used Baking Powder in the second cake not the baking soda as i said

      1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” March 13, 2018 @1:07 am Reply

        So happy you enjoyed the cake(s), Carol-Anne. I'm pretty sure I used self-raising flour in my recipe, which I realise some people don't have to hand (which is why I added the notes section).

        I haven't tried adding more baking powder to this recipe, so it's nice to know that increasing it from ΒΌ tsp to Β½ tsp still works well - thanks for that. πŸ™‚ I like the way it's sticky and moist but still a cake. However, I'm curious to know whether the one you made with the extra baking powder ended up still being moist and not dry out the cakes texture?

        I'd love to know which version you prefer too, if you don't mind coming back and updating.

        Have a sweet week.

        1. Carol-Anne Neufeld β€” March 15, 2018 @8:47 pm Reply

          Hi Lisa thanks for getting back to me I like both of the cakes. I just made 4 cakes trying different things with it. I haven't been able to get it to come out of the mug like the first time which has a lot of sauce that poured over the cake when you flipped it out I think maybe I made a mistake then but increasing the baking powder dose not dry out the cake at al it just makes the cake a little bit bigger and lighter. In fact I can't make my mind up which one I like better. Have served both version to three other people and they like the cake either way.
          Have a nice day

  21. Ruthi β€” March 18, 2018 @8:03 pm Reply

    Delicious cake!!! I think I needed a bigger mug because mine overflowed in the microwave πŸ˜‚

  22. Caroline β€” April 13, 2018 @7:30 pm Reply

    Oh wow...I couldn’t just make this and leave. I had to leave a comment. This mug cake is DELICIOUS!! And so easy and quick! Thank you!!

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” April 15, 2018 @7:53 pm Reply

      So happy you enjoyed it too, Caroline. πŸ˜€ Thanks for stopping by.

  23. Ashley β€” October 10, 2018 @4:17 am Reply

    I was just looking for a quick honey dessert to satisfy my craving. This recipe is amazing! I have never made a mug cake that smells this good. I didnt do the frosting but I did put a pad of sweet cream salted butter with an extra drizzle of honey and it was perfect.

  24. Meghan β€” October 21, 2018 @1:03 am Reply

    That was delicious. Best mug cake I have ever had. I want another one! Thank you for the recipe!

  25. Alikia β€” October 29, 2018 @5:55 pm Reply

    This is the best mug cake I have ever made. Do you have a recipe for a larger cake?

  26. Minyassa β€” November 21, 2018 @10:38 pm Reply

    This is the first mug cake I've ever made that did NOT come out rubbery, I love it. I tweaked it a little because I am just a honey freak in general, and used 4 tbsp of honey total, leaving the brown sugar out, and then added a pinch of dried lavender flowers. It's awesome. <3

  27. Josie W. β€” December 17, 2018 @7:57 pm Reply

    Do you happen to know the amount of calories this has? This looks amazing but I need to know before I make it!

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” January 7, 2019 @8:34 pm Reply

      The mug cake has a total of 945 calories (with frosting), or 617 calories (without frosting) in total. However, I'd say there are 2 servings per mug cake, which would make it 472 (with frosting), or 308 (without frosting) per serving.

      I hope this helps. Thanks for stopping by.

  28. Ravyn β€” April 5, 2019 @2:19 pm Reply

    When I read this recipe, I was worried it would be insanely sweet. I added a pinch of cayenne to cut the sweetness and some pumpkin pie spice for a more balanced flavor, and it is now one of my go-to sweet snacks. I will say this...I've had issues with mug cakes having clumps of raw flour in them that ruin the experience, so I've taken to using a beater to make sure they're mixed. Doing this, I almost needed a second mug for the overflow. Not a thing I'd complain about by any means. Just a caveat.

  29. Tonya β€” June 24, 2019 @3:08 am Reply

    I was looking for a sweet treat but I'm trying to avoid refined sugar and gluten. I added one more tbsp honey, left out the brown sugar, substituted oat flour and baking soda for the cake flour. I tried letting it cool but the smell was too overpowering. Oh my goodness. Sweet, warm, satisfying, so yummy! My new go to cake. The next time, I'm going to use it for shortcake with strawberries. Thanks for this guilt free treat!

  30. awgawg β€” July 20, 2019 @6:35 am Reply

    Yum!, although a little sweet it is a good recipe that you can make in a few minutes.

  31. Viktoria β€” August 11, 2019 @6:58 pm Reply

    Very delicious, my 5 year old enjoyed helping me make it too!

  32. della β€” August 21, 2019 @9:16 am Reply

    Love this recipe. Simple ingredients. So delicious with a strong flavour of honey. Made this a few times already.
    I use baking soda with a bit of vinegar for it to raise. The first time I added too much baking soda and it gave a strong taste, but the honey was strong as well so it still turned out yummy, not like the other time when I tried another recipe on the Internet...that was just baking soda-flavoured lol
    Today I replaced one tbsp of oil (butter) with milk and microwaved it for 15sec extra (so, 1m25s). The original recipe is moist enough. But I love it this way, even moister and softer. Though I would share this.
    I'm excited to try more recipes from this site.

  33. Sb β€” October 6, 2019 @1:36 am Reply

    Me and my friend wanted a quick sugar fix and this was perfect! So tasty even without the butter cream! X

  34. Ash β€” October 20, 2019 @9:01 am Reply

    One of the best mug cakes I've made, I have to say. I'm not a fan of frosting so I substituted it for a cinnamon-sugar topping and let it crystallise in the microwave. Too bad I overcooked it, but I'll definitely make it again

  35. Judy Reitzel Whaley β€” February 29, 2020 @4:19 am Reply

    Hi! Thank you for posting this recipe. I tried it for my husband and myself. We both thoroughly enjoyed it. It turned out perfectly.

  36. Lucky β€” April 18, 2020 @8:06 pm Reply

    This was genuinely so tasty! Never thought making a cake in the microwave would taste so good! I couldn't help but eat it warm though :) Thank you for this recipe!

  37. KV β€” May 18, 2020 @9:17 pm Reply

    I loved the cake overall. It had an amazing texture, but I cooked it a little bit longer. I also think that the cake and frosting are overwhelmingly sweet. I would recommend reducing the sugar, and maybe using brown sugar for a better taste.

  38. Linda Heldez β€” August 16, 2020 @2:53 am Reply

    This mug cake was delicious!! It had my family begging for more (literally lol) but since I have a big family I was wondering if there was a way to make a lot of it in one "batch" without having to make it in separate cups (i hope that makes sense) I know that kind of defeats the purpose of a "mug cake" but I'm kinda lazy to make 5 of them lol

  39. trish β€” August 27, 2020 @3:39 am Reply

    in and out the kitchen in ten minutes. beautiful recipe , so beautiful i even left a review.

  40. Blaise Amy β€” October 24, 2020 @6:58 pm Reply

    I’ve made this 3-4 times now and it’s come out a perfect soft fluffy cake every time. I’ve tried tweeks like 1 tsp of pumpkin spice added to the cake, and 1 tsp of banana milkshake powder added to the icing, when I wanted slightly different flavours, both are good!

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” October 24, 2020 @7:44 pm Reply

      Happy to hear you’re enjoying the mug cake. :)

      The adaptations to the icing sound fab, too. Thanks for stopping by!

  41. shannon β€” November 17, 2020 @2:55 am Reply

    The cake was nice, but with the icing it was too sweet for me. I recommend skipping the icing, adding fresh fruit, or both.

  42. Fiona β€” January 16, 2021 @4:36 pm Reply

    Thank you very much for this... I replaced the honey with apricot jam and 2 tablespoons of sugar with hot chocolate... Was lovely and made it in a measuring jug and it still went over the top... More than enough for two of us - yum thanks.

  43. Tracie β€” February 23, 2021 @1:57 am Reply

    Thank you for sharing this recipe. Man, oh man I was craving honey tonight but didn't want to just eat a spoonful. Once I start down that path, I'm quickly looking at an empty jar of lavender honey ha. Google led me to your recipe and wow!

    I don't use regular flour and prefer things less sweet so in case anyone is interested, I made the following subs (delish!).
    Instead of flour, I used 3 tablespoons fine almond flour and 1 teaspoon coconut flour and 1/4 tsp baking powder.
    Instead of 3 tbsp brown sugar, I used 2 teaspoons Swerve brown. Next time, I'll leave it out completely as it's sweet enough without (to my taste, at least).

    Things I'll add next time:
    2 tablespoons coconut flakes
    1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

    Thanks again,

  44. RM β€” April 11, 2021 @3:15 pm Reply

    You certainly don’t need another comment on this recipe but my kids loved making and eating this so wanted to say thanks for the recipe!
    We used whipped cream drizzled with honey instead of frosting and also cut down sugar by 1/3rd. Still amazing!

  45. Donna Agnew β€” July 30, 2021 @8:35 am Reply

    As we have just jarred our first wave of honey of the season I was looking for different recipes. I came across this mug cake and I'm so glad I did. Made a test one last night and shared it with hubby with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top! YUMMY! Thank you for putting this out there. I'm thinking it is going to be a new favourite with the kids too. Well let's face it, anything smothered in ice cream and honey goes down a treat!

  46. A.J. β€” September 16, 2021 @5:55 am Reply

    I've tried maybe a million mug cake recipes, and none of them come out right. The texture is always off, no matter what flavor, no matter how many different recipes I've tried. The only ones that worked were the boxed kind, so I knew there had to be some way to make them successfully, but I couldn't find the secret - until I tried this recipe.
    I've been using it for a year now without fail. It always comes out just like a cake you'd bake in the oven, delicious and without the typical texture issues I'd experienced with other recipes. Every once in a while I'll try another recipe, but all fail. This is some sort of magic, I swear! Sometimes I experiment and throw in a tablespoon of cocoa powder, or some chocolate chips, or use white sugar instead of brown, and it always, always comes out perfectly. This is the best mug cake recipe out there!

  47. Monica β€” February 14, 2022 @12:18 am Reply

    Just wanted to say, almost 7 years later and I still make this. It tastes like pancakes with syrup to me but much easier to make. Also, I like to top the cake with vanilla ice cream (instead of the cream, but I'm sure that's delicious too). Thank you for the recipe!

  48. Loyiso β€” August 31, 2023 @7:00 am Reply

    Wonderful recipe I have for it 5 times now and it onlygets more delicious every time.β˜†β˜†β˜†β˜†β˜† 5stars

  49. TallSunflower β€” September 20, 2023 @4:58 am Reply

    Hello! Loved this recipe, it was absolutely delicious! It gave me an idea of trying to make more than one in a muffin pan. What would you recommend for baking time and temp? Thanks!

    1. Lisa | Sweet 2 Eat Baking β€” September 23, 2023 @12:11 am Reply

      So happy to hear you enjoyed the cake. I haven't tried making them in a muffin pan, so I can't give accurate baking times. But as an estimate, I'd bake for around at 180°C/350°F for around 12-15 minutes, doing the toothpick test at 12 minutes onwards. As the cake contains honey, you will most likely get moist crumbs on the toothpick test. If you give it a go, please come back and update me how you get on.

      I've been toying with the idea of upscaling this recipe to an 8-inch cake and/or cupcakes as it's been requested a few times now. So that will most likely be an upcoming at some point. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.

  50. TallSunflower β€” January 12, 2024 @8:07 pm Reply

    I tripled the recipe, which gave me enough batter to fill a muffin pan, and baked at 350F for 12 mins. Worked wonderfully, thanks for the help!


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