Mug BrownieSubmitted by: SCHWEETIE13
IntroductionA quick warm and gooey chocolatey single serving microwave brownie in a mug. Top with low fat ice cream or yogurt and sliced strawberries (additions not included in nutritional info for recipe) A quick warm and gooey chocolatey single serving microwave brownie in a mug. Top with low fat ice cream or yogurt and sliced strawberries (additions not included in nutritional info for recipe)
2 Tablespoons Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
2 Tablespoons Sugar
2 Tablespoons Flour
pinch of salt
1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
1 tsp Canola Oil
2-3 Tablespoons of water
Combine dry ingredients in a mug and blend with a fork. Add wet ingredients and blend well. (will be quite thick. Add additional 1 Tbsp of water for a brownie that is less dense with a gooier (is that even a word?) texture.
Nuke on high power approximately 1 minute, until desired doneness is reached. (partially soft in the center is ideal.. it cooks a bit after the time is up!)
Top with desired toppings and enjoy.
(I tried adding a pump of Sugar Free Hazelnut syrup once... was devine. Mint, nuts, orange syrup almond extract ... lots of options)
Number of Servings: 1
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user SCHWEETIE13.
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Easy to make, and only 1 minute to cook- weird!
Has a sort of weird consistency, but it doesn't detract from the chocolate! (consistency is similar to microwavable meals that contain brownies). This hits the spot and saves me from the binge that comes with making a whole tin of brownies. - 3/28/10
good flavor but chewy and rubbery as most micro food is - 7/12/09
Reply from SCHWEETIE13 (10/7/09)
Aww.. I'm sorry to hear you were not pleased with it. Maybe try nuking a little less time and see if it improves the texture? We like ours soft in the middle, and I think that helps with the rubbery feel if you dont overbake it. Thanks for the comment tho :o)