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An awesome egg-free brownie in a mug in 1 minute!
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4tbsp butter, melted
1/2tsp vanilla extract
pinch salt
1tbsp caster sugar
1tbsp light brown sugar
4tbsp self-raising flour
Handful chunks

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  1. Kaitlynn Koppenhaver on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    You can always do an eggless mug cake. I have made them many times and
    they’re just as good as the ones with eggs.

  2. Andreastyl on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +Kaitlynn Koppenhaver Ooo I might try that thank you! 🙂 xx

  3. Ineffable Paradox on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +Andreastyl This recipe is eggless.

  4. TheNpcsim on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +Andreastyl Well since this recipe doesn’t use an egg, you won’t have to
    worry about undercooking. I’ve made countless mug cakes and never got sick
    from them. My consistency was always chewy and somewhat wet. Never liquidy

  5. Domenic Ottaviano on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +animewisher Because chefs dont need poxy microwaves

  6. animewisher on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +Domenic Ottaviano
    Yah…when a real answer has been given, there really isn’t a need for a “X
    is superior and doesn’t need Y” answers.

    Which also, if you pride yourself on ANY type of work, even your least used
    tool is that of good quality, so that no matter what you make it will be
    top quality.

  7. DJKaySwift on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +animewisher you still can make quality products with crappy tools though.
    might not last as long but still can do roughly the same job. its the chef
    not the tools that make the food.

  8. Caitie C on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +DJKaySwift Well said, only a bad workman blames his tools.

  9. Kaitlyn Ines on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    animewisher are you some kind of microwave critic??

  10. Sniped245 on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    Oil does not work I just tried

  11. Arthur Sperotto on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +Sniped245 Why not? I’m used to using it instead of melted butter on
    several recipes, I just put a little less. Why didn’t it work?

  12. Nolan McCarthy on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    There’s nothing in it that will kill you, so I think you are perfectly
    fine. Just kidding, you have about 2 hours until you gradually begin
    excreting blood and dissolved intestine from every orifice of your slowly,
    withering-away body.

  13. sKiNo on May 12, 2015: (Reply)


  14. Dark Gorrila on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    Ik vind het toch al goed hoor 😀

  15. Caitie C on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +fergal hughes Make normal brownies instead.

  16. Dark Gorrila on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    Who,doesnt have a microwave?!

  17. fergal hughes on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    Yeah, I’ve just done that, just as affective!

  18. Trisha Bartlett on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    Self rising flour already has baking powder in it. If you use regular flour
    you’ll need to add 1/4 teaspoon of baking powder. The exact measurement is
    1 1/2 teaspoon to every cup.

  19. Keith Aylward on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    Lard in a cup would pack more calories.

  20. Brendan Paul on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +leopringelchips 200g plain flour to 5g of baking powder

  21. leopringelchips on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +Brendan Paul thank you

  22. TheNpcsim on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +leopringelchips I’d do 1/4 or 1/2 of a teaspoon

  23. Daisy Robinson (Jedisaurus) on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +DuckRockMC He’s in America, remember?

  24. Trisha Bartlett on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    You will have to add maybe 1/4 teaspoon of baking powder to the flour.

  25. soundslave on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +Mandy Dalton Are you trying to kill me?!

  26. Kathryn Paul on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    Nah, butters a good thing

  27. Jonny “dirty taco” Dongle on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    Nah butters good for you especially in large quantities

  28. SNOWMΛN on May 12, 2015: (Reply)

    +Jonny Dongle Yes.

  29. Daienara on May 13, 2015: (Reply)

    +Doris Hattink according to my extension that calculates nutrition info
    this has approximately 1,645 calories >.>;;

  30. Constanza Hinojosa on May 13, 2015: (Reply)

    I think that the amount of butter was too much for that little mug, a
    couple of tablespoons would have been enough. Probably that much butter was
    the reason the brownie was still bubbling when he turned off the microwave
    and added the chocolate chunks

  31. Doris Hattink on May 13, 2015: (Reply)

    +Daienara Hahaha oh my God I think I’m not going to make this recipe then.
    Not really work it… You’ll have to spend about the rest of the day
    running to burn all those calories 😉

  32. Lisa Monroe on May 13, 2015: (Reply)

    Nasty looking


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