Microwave Brownie In 3 Minutes

microwave brownie

I recently stumbled upon this recipe and I couldn’t be more happy, because this might be the single best brownie I have ever eaten in my entire life – and trust me, that’s saying a lot. I’m definitely going to make this one more time tomorrow and in a slight variation. Because I’m going to refine the brownie with some chocolate chips.

Single serving desserts are the best invention ever. I love them so much! They also help you to reduce the amount of sugar that you eat (I know it’s mainly recipes for desserts that I post). You have that single serving and then you are done. No full baking tray sitting on your kitchen counter. You don’t need that much discipline, which I don’t have when it comes to desserts. Before I forget, the picture above shows the brownie that I ate in a little more than 2 minutes.

Coming in the next weeks and months, I have a few other ideas in store for more single serving desserts. I’m sure you guys will love them just as much as I do!

Ingredients For Brownie:

  • 6 tablespoon flour
  • 4 tablespoon baking cocoa
  • 5 tablespoon sugar
  • a tiny bit of salt
  • 4 tablespoon oil (preferably coconut oil)
  • 5 tablespoon non-dairy milk (I used coconut milk and I don’t regret it)

As always, start with mixing the dry ingredients. Then pour in the coconut milk and oil. More stirring. Set your microwave to full power and bake the brownie for about 3 minutes max. Remember to let it sit and allow for cooling.

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11 thoughts on “Microwave Brownie In 3 Minutes”

  • Hey! What kind of sugar do you use? I can’t remember where, but I once read that regular, white sugar (not raw), besides being bleached, is also sometimes filtered through animal bones. Have you heard that too? Apparently animal bones remove impurities or something like that. Anyway, this looks super good and I was trying to find the microwave brownie recipe I made a while ago because I’m craving chocolate sooo badly, and I stumbled across your recipe on google and checked it out because “vegan” caught my eye. Loving your site!!! So happy I found you! Thanks so much<3

    • Hello! I’m so glad you found my blog and love the recipes! And yes – that’s correct. Some sugars are bleached and processed using bone char from animals. I use only sugar that is certified vegan. The brands I use most are Wholesome Sweeteners, Florida Crystals, or Whole Foods’ brand.

  • Amazing! Had mine with some Alpro custard. Have to disagree that this is a single serving. However this didn’t stop me from scoffing the lot!

  • I will have to decrease the cooking time because in 1’45” it turned out hard as a rock and pretty dry… still ate it tho ;-), flavor was good.

  • Tried this twice (both times using cacao powder and almond milk), once with oil and once with applesauce. Oil version was good, I added cacao nibs and almonds :). Applesauce version was very good, it was moist, sweet and fudgey, I added a chocolate sauce on top 🙂 (made from dark chocolate spread and almond milk). I will continue to make the applesauce version 😀

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