For a fun way to get kids cooking, try these super easy vanilla funfetti mug cakes (via @melskitchencafe)
Let's talk a few details. First up, for the milk options, you can definitely substitute regular dairy milk for the coconut or almond milk - but if you DO use coconut or almond milk, it's the refrigerated kind in the cartons (not the canned coconut milk). I've made it with all three (dairy, coconut and almond) and the cakes are wonderful each time. Also keep in mind that each microwave varies in power. These cakes cook perfectly in about 90 seconds on 80% power in my microwave but you may need to adjust slightly since microwaves vary in power. Because they are egg-free, we like to sometimes undercook them just slightly to make a pudding mug cake of sorts. Oh boy. You can increase the yield of this (if you want to make more than one mug cake) by multiplying the ingredients times however many mug cakes you want (six in my house), mixing the ingredients in a large bowl and the...