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    Choc mug brownie is even better! :-)

    (I used the recipe from food . com)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyPossum View Post
    Choc mug brownie is even better! :-)

    (I used the recipe from food . com)
    Oh my God that is AWESOME! I was so used to the cake recipe I thought I'd try this for something different. Didn't think it would be as good without eggs but this is pretty good!!!!! Thanks!

    Edit: you're right. It IS better.
    Last edited by Piffle; 25-01-2013 at 21:07.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyPossum View Post
    Choc mug brownie is even better! :-)

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    Now THAT sounds mighty fine!!! Off to bookmark it! Thank you .

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    Yummo. I never knew such delicious, yet evil, things existed. Thanks for introducing me to these delights!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    The one I do is similar, but even less ingredients and faster! I got it from BH last year....

    4 tablespoons flour
    4 tablespoons sugar (can use less)
    2 tablespoons cocoa
    2 tablespoons oil
    2 tablespoons water or milk
    Choc bits if preferred

    Mix and cook for 60secs if wanting it still moist and 'gooey'. A little longer if prefer more cooked. Yummy!

    Ok! 7 months later I have finally gotten around to cooking this one with just a couple of changes. Luckily I decided to do them in large pasta bowls- I don't think it would have fit in any of our mugs!

    I also thought I would try and make it self-saucing, so did the brown sugar/cocoa mix on top with some boiling water. Cooked in microwave for 1:30 and served with vanilla ice cream- OMG so fudgey and delicious! I don't think I could do it without the ice cream to break up that chocolate- but I am really pleased with the end result- so yummy!

    ETA: I also halved the sugar amount- glad I did- it doesn't need 4 Tbsp's I don't think And it makes a very large quantity, too!
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    Thought I'd share this awesome site with a bunch of mug recipes!

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/arielknutson...nacks-in-a-mug

    Stumbled upon this a few weeks ago but haven't attempted any yet.

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