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  • Serves 1
  • Makes 1
  • 3 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 7 Ingredients
April 23, 2020

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This Brownie in a Mug recipe is a 3 minute wonder!

It’s sure to become a massive favourite from the moment you make your first one!

What do we love most about this Brownie in a Mug recipe?

What’s not to love? But seriously, we love most that our Brownie in a Mug recipe gives you a warm, gooey brownie treat in 3 minutes.  The first 2 minutes is mixing the ingredients together and the last minute is in the microwave. While your Brownie in a Mug is cooking, your job is to grab the ice cream out of the freezer.

For so many of us, chocolate is one of life’s great pleasures. So it’s important to select a good quality chocolate. The good news about good quality cocoa powder is that it is readily available in supermarkets.

If you’re not a fan of dark chocolate, you could make your Brownie in a Mug into a Blondie in a Mug. Simply melt 1 tablespoon of white chocolate in your mug and then add all the other ingredients.

If you like this idea of a Brownie in a Mug, you might also like to check out these other mug recipes:

If you like a really gooey Brownie in a Mug – with a molten centre – just cook for 10 – 20 seconds less.  Remember, it will continue to cook for a minute or two once you take it out of the microwave.

Other ideas for your Brownie in a Mug:

  • Bury a Lindt Ball in the centre of your Brownie in a Mug
  • Put a layer of Caramel Top n Fill at the bottom of the mug
  • Add in a spoonful of frozen or fresh berries
  • Stir in some chopped fresh dates and/or nuts

Do you think this recipe is the best Brownie in a Mug recipe you’ve seen?  Would you recommend it to others?

We’d love you to LOVE this recipe > use the L❤VE button at the top of this recipe.  Then post a comment to tell others what you thought below.

Enjoy! 


Ingredients (serves 1 | makes 1 Brownie in a Mug)

  • 1/3 cup Plain Flour
  • 1/3 cup Caster Sugar
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla Essence
  • 2 tbsps Cocoa Powder
  • 1 tbsp Bertolli Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil Fruity Taste
  • 2 tsps Boiling Water
  • Pinch Sea Salt

Method

  1. Combine the salt, olive oil, water, vanilla essence and caster sugar and stir for a few seconds until the butter melts. Add the flour and the cocoa powder and stir to combine. You can mix this directly in the mug you will use to cook and serve or use a small mixing bowl and then transfer to the mug.
  2. Microwave on high for 60 - 70seconds. Remember that the brownie in a mug will continue to cook for a few minutes once you take it out of the microwave so a little soft in the centre is OK. Cook for 60 seconds if you want a molten type centre or longer if you want it more cake like all the way through.
  3. Allow to cool for a moment (it will be super hot) and then add a scoop of ice cream to serve.

Winter Salad with Garlic Aioli_Bertolli Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil_Product Shot We used Bertolli Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil in this recipe and couldn't be more excited about the flavour this oil brings to the dish. Bertolli is the world’s no. 1 olive oil brand. Bertolli Organic is a range of extra virgin olive oils from organically grown olives. There are three flavour intensities so you can enjoy extra virgin with any dish; Gentile with a mellow, rounded flavour that goes well with white fish and other light flavours, Fruity with a fruity note that works well in dressings, marinades or for bread dipping and Robusto which pairs well with red meat or when roasting or BBQing. Bertolli Organic extra virgin olive oil contains just crushed olives, nothing else.  Extra virgin olive oil is rich in antioxidants. The Bertolli Organic range carry the Australian Certified Organic logo. Bertolli Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil is available at Woolworths and selected IGA stores nationally.  
  • I looks great and easy but I just don’t like brownies. But I’m sure my kids would love that!

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  • Great recipe to have quick dessert.

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  • I prefer to make a bigger amount and like to make a sugarless gluten and diary free sweet potato brownie

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  • Looks like I need to go get some caster sugar so I can make this! Obsessed with brownies

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  • Three minutes to a choc delight dessert! Uh-oh, this could be dangerous.

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  • I’m interested to try this- nothing better than warm brownie with Ice-cream if done right.

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  • Thank you for sharing. I love it

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  • Delicious!

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  • Thank you for sharing your yummy recipe

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  • 1/3 cup of sugar for a single serve? Way too much for me.

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  • Yum and so easy and quick to make xxx

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  • These kinds of recipes are so fantastic, but so naughty. It means I can have something like this any time of day. Uh oh!!

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  • The butter is missing from the ingredients, so how much is required? Should it be 1/3cup of butter rather than sugar? If so, how much sugar? Think I just might pass on this recipe. Can we try again?

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  • This recipe has so much sugar in it.

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  • I’m confused by the instructions when it says mix until butter melts yet no where in the ingredients list or instructions does it say to add butter??!? Am I missing something ????

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