This can be made two ways. Pick your pleasure: microwave or oven.
Disclaimer: I personally don't like microwaves and don't think they're healthy. BUT, not everyone agrees and some people don't have the luxury of cooking everything in the oven whenever they want it. SO, if you choose the microwave, simply add the following ingredients in a coffee mug, mix vigorously, and microwave on high for 1 minute (or a little less for more gooey-ness). Moving on ....
Preheat your oven to 350. In a slightly greased (or not, whatever) ramekin, add the following in no particular order:
1.5 Tbsp Flax meal
1.5 Tbsp Almond meal
1 heaping Tbsp cocoa powder
2-4 tsp Truvia (yes, the brand is actually important -- not all stevia bakes well)
1/2 tsp baking powder (preferably aluminum free)
1 flat Tbsp coconut oil
Mix! Pop it in the oven and bake for 12-15 minutes depending on your oven. You want the top to jiggle just a little bit (this ensures it's moist and gooey, not overcooked.) If it's fully cooked, you'll have more of an actual muffin texture. This recipe is actually called "Muffin in a Mug", but by slightly undercooking it, you get Gooey Chocolate Lava. :-)
To push the decadence over the top, mix up a little non-fat greek yogurt, low fat cream cheese, vanilla and a touch of Truvia. Add it to the top, and you'll never believe you're eating a nutrient-dense, whole food "muffin". For those of you sticklers, Truvia is not technically "whole foods" because it has undergone processing. Hang with me. It's one of the healthiest sweeteners available, and it tastes great.
I was not compensated in any way for this post - I just love this book and the recipes!