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      This is a wonderful recipe for single people, college kids, afterschool snacks, etc. They make lovely gifts and are delicious.
      1 cake mix any flavor
      1 ( 4 serving size) instant pudding mix , any flavor

      Blend ingredients well until completely mixed. Measure ½ cup dry mix into sandwich bags, Makes 8-9) & tie it closed using ribbon.

      Flavor Ideas:
      Lemon cake mix- lemon pudding
      Yellow cake mix- vanilla pudding
      Devils food cake mix- chocolate pudding
      Pineapple cake mix- coconut pudding
      Butterscotch cake mix- butterscotch pudding
      Glaze mix : In a separate bag combine the following ingredients:

      1/3 cup powdered sugar
      1 ½ tsp dry flavoring

      ( ex. powdered lemonade mix, powdered orange breakfast drink mix, cocoa powder)
      In a large coffee mug place a Cake Mix & a glaze mix and attach a tag with the instructions for cooking. (You can also attach a small wire whisk using raffia or a ribbon, etc).


      To Use:


      Grease or spray coffee mug with cooking spray. Empty Cake Mix into mug and add 1 egg white, 1 T. Oil & 1 T water. Blend with fork until smooth. Place in microwave and cook on high for 2 minutes.
      While cake is cooking add 1 ½ tsp water to glaze mix in baggie. Close and gently rub baggie until glaze is smooth. When cake is done, remove from microwave, cut a small hole in the corner of glaze packet and apply glaze to your mug cake.
      Eat while warm!


      Other Help Items:
      If you want to make the packets easier for the recipient add a couple teaspoons of Just Whites egg replacement powder to each individual packet or Cake "mix". & On directions tag add an additional 1 T water to recipe & omit egg white from recipe

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