March Mug Cake

 Elbaroda’s Ostara Honey Mug Cake

We are in a time of rebirth and what better time 
to honor ourselves than with a little birthday treat!

Ingredients Treat each ingredient as a sacred element to your witch's brew.

2 T butter - an ancient token of magical transformation

1 T runny honey (melted) - a symbol of immortality and rebirth

1 med egg - a symbol for fertility, creation, prosperity

1/2 t vanilla extract - the only edible orchid fruit- aids in cultivating inner peace

3 T light brown sugar- sensuous sexuality, for the ladies!

4 T self-rising flour * recipe follows - a source of strength and a supplier of energy to get this MOJO flowing!

1 C all-purpose flour

1 ½ t baking powder

¼ t salt pinch of salt to tether us to the ground while we imbue ourselves with our intentions.

Frosting Recipe

2T butter, softened

4T confectioners’ sugar


Choose a couple of fragrant ingredients to customize your honey cake. There are many wonderful and magical combinations, and if you have an ingredient in your cupboard that you are just aching to use, go for it, let your intuition and creativity fly!

Basil - for Astral travel, protection, Cardamom - an aphrodisiac, feminine in nature and useful when calling upon eloquence, Cinnamon - used in consecration, or to tap into the divine connection, Ginger - courage, confidence, Lavender - Healing, invoking relaxation Lemon zest - cleansing, banish negativity, draw in happiness, and joy, Mint - protection, virtue, Orange zest - prosperity, abundance, Rosemary - love, remembrance, Rosewater- opening the heart Chakra to receive love! Sage – wisdom, Thyme - courage, sacrifice.

To Make: Use a microwave safe mug. Add butter, melt butter in the microwave, yes, we are modern *itches! Stir in melted honey, sugar, egg, and vanilla, mix well. Add flour, salt, and your chosen herbs or spices and mix to a smooth consistency.

Once blended, pop that sucker in the microwave for 1 min and 30 seconds or 1 min and 15 seconds if your microwave is on high. Drizzle with honey or prepared frosting. Enjoy!

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