5.05.2012

Brownie In A Cup


Beware. This stuff is RICH! And… very unhealthy. 
But who cares about healthy, right? It's DELICIOUS! 

When I had my "alone time" yesterday, I sat down to watch
some Food Network and made myself this special treat…

Doesn't get much better than that! 

Can you tell how much I love all this single serving stuff? It's amazing! 

OOBERLY  {I don't think that's even a word. It should be!} 
quick and easy, and if you think about it, more 
"healthy" {not really} because you 
don't have a whole batch of stuff 
sitting around to munch on! ;)

Brownie in a Cup
2 tbsp. oil
2 tbsp. water
1/4 tsp. vanilla
dash of salt
2 tbsp. cocoa
4 tbsp. sugar
4 tbsp. flour

In a 12 oz. mug, add water, oil, and vanilla. Whisk well.

Add cocoa, sugar, and flour… And mix it all up!

Microwave for 60-90 seconds. Center should be 
slightly molten. {YUMMMM!}

Do you have any yummy single serving recipes? DO SHARE! ;)



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29 comments:

  1. Oh boy - I know what I'll be munching on soon :)

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  2. LOVE. Thanks for this. I know what I want to have for dessert tonight!!

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  3. Oh wow! This would be perfect for those times when you want something sweet and chocolaty, but don't want to make a big pan! Love this idea! Thanks for sharing :)

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    1. Of course! They are stinking DELICIOUS and a breeze to whip up! I made one last night when I was watching TV and craving some chocolatey goodness… Thanks for stopping by! :)

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  4. All of your recipes look seriously DELICIOUS, especially this one! I found your blog from Pinterest, and I cannot stop reading! Amazing work :)

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  5. Um, these were incredible. Can't wait to try all of your single-serving recipes!!

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  6. This recipe is amazing! I love it!! :D

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  7. I love, LOVE, love, LOVE all your single serving recipes!!! And I love your blog! Thank you for the delicious, single serving goodness in a cup!!! I was inspired to try to make my own cherry-blueberry cobbler in a cup after reading your blog. Mine needs tweaking, maybe tonight... After I try the brownie in a cup. :D

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  8. Sitting here craving craving craving chocolate and I didn't even hesitate, I knew I was going to head to My happy place and find a single serving recipe, it's in the microwave as I type.
    Thanks girl!

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  9. I recommend putting peanut butter on top after it comes out and letting the pb melt... Yum!

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  10. I made this one and for whatever reason (my microwave? IDK.) it came out fairly dry and tasting a lot like either flour or cocoa (they both have that same feel to them). I went back, added some more water, more sugar, and more vanilla, stirred it, microwaved it for a few more seconds, and then it was good.

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  11. I cannot wait to make these tonight!!! Yummy!

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  12. Would the type of flour make a difference with these? I use wheat flour and they came out very grainy.

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  13. Soooooo good! Just made this, followed your recipe and it couldn't have been better. Thank you!

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  14. This is incredible!! So rich and yummy! I'm in love!

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  15. So wonderful to find single serve recipes that are easy and good. The brownie in a mug was sooooooooo good. Thank you and keep giving us recipes, please.

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  16. Found this on pinterest. I've made it 3x already. Halved the recipe though. So delicious and I don't have to eat the entire pan :)

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  17. So my waistline hates u for this but my sweet tooth is in love, I've made this at least 5 times I've added chocolate chips and tonight I added a spoonful of crunchy peanut butter for the last few seconds of cooking .... yum!

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  18. I just found you through Pinterest and I LOVE all your single serving recipes! Our son has left the nest so these are perfect for a treat without a whole pan staring me in the face begging me to eat it!
    One question though ... I loved this so much..my only problem was I had a good amount of oil bubbling on the top .. I actually poured it off...then while eating it there was still about a tsp in the cup at the bottom. Next time I'll try using less oil then the recipe says...any other suggestions would veges greatly appreciated!
    Thanks again!

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  19. Im eating it as we speak! heh. thankyou for this good recipe. going to have to do alot to work this off aha. i added 3 white chocolate buttons into the mixture and oooweeeee! ;) yum!

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  20. This is awesome! My girlfriend and I are eating the ones we just made as I'm typing this. It's the perfect consistency, soft and very molteny. I was afraid that 4 tablespoons of sugar would overpower it, but it actually works pretty well! Thank you for sharing!

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  21. I am eating this right now, and I am absolutely in heaven! Would be perfect with a glob of ice cream on top :)

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  22. Wow! There goes the diet! Ooey Gooey Goodness.......Amazing!!

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  23. I just LOVE your blog! I'm in Alaska, but my DREAM is to go to Africa! SIGH. WIll be coming back!

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  24. You might like my blog spot www.kimjay1516.blog.com

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  25. Love your single serving recipes! And the word you were thinking of is "uber" which is a German word meaning "above" but has been adapted to American slang to mean "specially" "super" and stuff like that.

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  26. Mmmm, I love this! I used coconut oil, and it added a nice extra flavor to the chocolate. Now it tastes like an almond joy brownie!

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  27. O my bananas I am eating this as we speak and all I can say is amazing!!! Just what I was craving and I actually had everything In my cabinet!! I think next time I'm going to add chocolate chips and it would just blow this out of the water!!

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