Kitchens across America are being put to use more than ever during the pandemic, as more people are staying home and restaurant options remain limited. Chances are, you’ve made all your favorites – several times over. If you’re looking for something creative and (most importantly) easy, you’ve come to the right place! 

Kingston Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing is sharing five microwavable mug recipes that are sure to become a go-to in your kitchen for every meal of the day.



Omelets are wonderful, but they can be stressful – you have to flip the egg just right! For a mug omelet, use a non-stick spray inside the mug, then crack a couple eggs, add your veggies, nuke it for two minutes, and you’re good to go. 



It may be hot out now, but pumpkin spice everything will be here before you know it! If you just can’t wait, try this mug pumpkin oatmeal that starts your day with fiber, protein, and pumpkin and cinnamon goodness!



Lasagna at under 300 calories? It’s true! This layered pasta dish (er, mug) has fresh spinach, peppers, and basil for an ultra-fresh flavor that will leave you satisfied, not stuffed. 



Take your mac-and-cheese game up a notch! Skip the box and powdered mix by making your own from scratch. More flavor in less time? Yes, please! 



Enjoy the taste of s’mores without the campfire with this mug cake that combines two delicious desserts – chocolate cake and s’mores!  It only takes five minutes to make, and with the individual portions, you won’t have to worry about indulging in seconds.

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