very bitter, way too much cocoa!
Good consistency. Replaced water with milk, and sugar with stevia.
I made this two times today. The first time is was so silky like the dough the second time it looked like a brownie.
When I made this I didn't have cocoa power, I had semi-sweet chocolate chips, which made me wart, but I continued with the recipe, and it turned out pretty good, considering this is the first time I've ever made a mug brownie, and it did satisfy my sweet craving! There was a lot of butter left over in my mug, though, and thats why I gave it a 4 and not a 5!
This is the best mug brownie recipe I've found! Most are really dry and bland. This one was SOOOO delicious. The only changes I made was using 2Tbsp flour, 2.5Tbsp white sugar, and used half and half instead of water. I'll be saving this for my go to brownie craving recipe when I don't want to make a whole batch!
I'm literally eating this right now and I altered it for the first time even though I love it when its not altered I just put in 2 tablespoons of granulated sugar and 2 tablespoons of born sugar and I liked it just a little better
Good recipe I think next time I do this I will use less flour it tastes like it has too much
Just made these - I was hopeful - and let me tell you I was happy and impressed. Tasted exactly like I'd hoped - brownie/cakey and really, perfect. What I did: took the other's advice and used 2 T. sugar/ 2 T. (gluten free) flour ( I used Authentic Blends GF flour). I plopped a few semisweet morsels on top when it came out - and next time I am trying some chopped walnuts in it. Great! Fast! 60 seconds!
It tastes good, but not like a brownie consistency-wise.