• Brownie Mix in a Mug

    Brownie Mix in a Mug

    4 T. instant brownie mix
    Measure all small Ziploc baggie, seal.
    Place in a Mug lined with Tissue paper, attach pretty tag.

    Attach Tag:

    Pour mix into mug add. 2 Tbsp water & mix well. Microwave for 1 minute.
    Add ins: (Choose 1 of the following)

    1 T. mini m&m's
    1 T. Chopped Walnuts
    1 T. Chopped Pecans
    1 T. Dried Chopped Cherries

    Comments 3 Comments
    1. morrijb's Avatar
      morrijb -
      I've been looking for a while for a brownie in a mug recipe that you just add water to and cook in a microwave. Perfect for a college student. This is perfect, but... Where do I find the recipe for the "instant brownie mix"? Please help!

      Karen
    1. LindaSueS's Avatar
      LindaSueS -
      Quote Originally Posted by morrijb View Post
      I've been looking for a while for a brownie in a mug recipe that you just add water to and cook in a microwave. Perfect for a college student. This is perfect, but... Where do I find the recipe for the "instant brownie mix"? Please help!

      Karen
      Brownie mix from store, maybe?
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      Easy Bake Oven Brownies

      2-1/2 Tablespoons sugar
      2-1/2 Tablespoons flour
      1 teaspoon oil
      1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract
      4 teaspoons chocolate syrup

      Blend all ingredients until the batter is smooth. Pour batter into
      greased and floured toy cake pan. Bake as directed in child oven.
      Quote Originally Posted by LindaSueS View Post
      Brownie mix from store, maybe?


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