I used these ingredients which made it super fudgy and rich. Super delicious! 2 tablespoons coconut oil, melted 2 tablespoons milk 1/4 egg white 1?4 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 dash salt 2 tablespoons dark muscovado sugar 2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder 4 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1 dollop of Nutella swirled through the batter. (My photo is in the white bowl with the blue pattern)
Excels at what most mug recipes lack: good flavor and texture that is similar to a normal batch. Super easy and quick and tastes delicious
It was delicious. I did it like someone suggest, with 2 tbsp of sugar and 2 of flour and it was graet. You really have to cook this???
This in my opinion it was interesting! Though there was too much chocolate, it wasn't bad for 2 min, with vanilla ice cream I can see it being much better! It was a little just dry,and I was hoping for more of a creamy brownie and I felt it was missing something, of course a normal brownie batch would be a smarter idea but this it more time saving! The worst part of all was cleaning the mug! All the batter stuck to mug and took a while to clean. But overall not too bad!!
Used recipe as written. Nice , but needed a,treat ions for me. Halved the cocoa and added coconut. Cooked for 75 on a 1100w Ended up with Lamington cake. Next time I'm going to try halving the butter and replacing the other tbls with coconut oil.... Mmmm yum
It tastes much better if you switch out water for milk and only use 2 T of flour. Nonetheless, this recipe is perfect for anyone in need of a chocolate fix, and it is easily affordable to make on a college budget.
I followed the advice of others, 1 tbsp white sugar, 1 tbsp brown sugar. Maybe it was too much cocoa powder, not enough sugar, but the brownie was not sweet enough, and had a bitter flavor. The 60 seconds was enough. If I were to try this again, I'd probably use sweet condensed milk, add another tblspoon sugar (3 tbsp total), and make sure my cocoa was more leveled (I was sloppy with it).
I keep trying to get a good brownie in a cup recipe. Came by another and it wasn't that good but still edible. I'm sorry but this one we couldn't even eat half of it. Maybe with corrections or less coco powder. But as is. It's a no
I had no vanilla extract so I used peppermint extract instead, and it was better than the original recipe! Plus, it makes the perfect Christmas treat!
Yummy! I did 2tbs white sugar and 2 tbs brown sugar and add a few semi sweet chocolate chips, so good!