Best Mug Brownie Ever!!!!!!

I can’t keep this a secret. I’ve been secretly eating this for a few weeks now and it’s addictive. It’s amazing. It’s the best chocolate mug brownie ever. Ever! 

Normally mug brownies are dry, burned (or maybe that’s my fault :p), not sweet enough, not cooked enough or just yuckie. But honestly, this mug brownie is de-li-cious. Moist, chocolatey, sweet, yum, amazing. Do not make this if you’re easily addictive though, I almost can not go a night without it and well, brownies are not the most healthy thing you can eat. If you do want a quick chocolate fix or just a heavenly brownie: follow these steps exactly. Don’t think you can cut corners, it will not come out as nice. And it will only take a few minutes of your time anyway. 

Use the spoon you will use to eat it with as measurement spoon 🙂 Just to make it even easier (and more fun!)


  • 4 tsp unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 8 tsp granulated sugar
  • 1 dash salt
  • 1 drops vanilla extract
  • 4 tsp water
  • 8 tsp plain flour
  • 4 tsp butter
  1. Add your butter to the mug. Pop this in the microwave until it has melted. 
    (time will vary depending on strength of your microwave)

  2. Add water and drop of vanilla extract to butter and then mix.
  3. And your pinch of salt and stir in all your other ingredients one by one to make a nice batter. Make sure there are no lumps of dry ingredients!!

  4. Pop it in the microwave for 60-90 seconds (depends on strength of microwave)
  5. Remove carefully, allow to cool for a few seconds, then enjoy!! Oh yeah…!



    Many thanks to for introducing me to a heavenly snack and making me a little fatter 😉


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