Microwave Strawberry Shortcake for Two


Greetings my lazy friends, welcome to episode three of Jaime’s Lazy Late Night Cooking Corner, the show where I whip up last-minute single serve microwave treats every Thursday while wearing my robe. Today we will be throwing together an easy-peasy strawberry shortcake with a few ingredients you are sure to have in your pantry. This recipe is perfect for two, or if you are like me, one really big strawberry shortcake perfect for gobbling during one episode of The Mindy Project.


Check out previous episodes for Single Serve Microwave Rice Krispy Treats and Microwave Blueberry Cobbler in a Cup, or try our famous recipes for One Minute Cup of Coffee CakeSingle Microwave Cookie in a Minute, or French Toast in A Cup.

Get the DIY Microwave Strawberry Shortcake for Two in the video above and read the print version after the jump…

Microwave Strawberry Shortcake Recipe for Two
Makes two servings

Ingredients
1/2 cup flour
2 tbsp sugar
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 cup cold butter
1/2 egg
3 tbsp milk

How to Make Microwave Strawberry Shortcake for Two
Combine all dry ingredients. Cut the butter into small cubes and add. Mush together with fingers to cut the butter until the mixture is crumbly. Mix together milk and egg. Add to dry ingredient.
Microwave 2-3 minutes, checking every minute.

Cut strawberries, pile on top.

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12 Comments

Beth

I just made this and loved it! Forgot to buy the crappy sponge cakes my husband likes so needed a quick solution. This was perfect. To get half an egg I put an egg in with 6 tbsp milk, beat lightly and then put half in the dry ingredients. I simply cooked the leftover egg/ milk like a half serving of scrambled eggs.

Thank you for this recipe!

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Karen

Am definately trying this. That 1/2 egg solution makes so much sense, thanks.

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fifi

I nearly cried when I ate this, soooo good. I used less butter, and made the batter in a measuring cup then layered the strawberries in mug. I loved the cooked stawberry layers plus some fresh ones on top!

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Melissa

2 tablespoons makes more sense and looks like what is in the video. Someone needs to correct the printed recipe (4 T. equals 1/2 a stick — a lot of butter!).

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Karen E.

Just made this and Loved the ease of it as well as the taste and texture. This state is far to hot to turn an oven on most of the year.
Thank you. Thank you.

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