Thursday, September 3, 2009

Luscious, Succulent, Delicious Brownie... what more can I say?

A busy city gal needs time to indulge, right? This microwave brownie can be made in five minutes and is best served warm, by itself. Add vanilla ice cream and you've got a clashing of delicious flavors, warm and cold all mushed up together, perfect for an anytime, anywhere treat. Works great afterschool, after dance class or after just about anything! It had relatively simple ingredients, so just about everybody can try them right now! The recipe is from an old Chicago Tribune article. Enjoy! (P.S. can be eaten off the floor, off the carpet and off the table if spilled.)

Mircrowave Brownies:

-4 tablespoons flour
-4 tablespoons sugar
-2 tablespoons cocoa
-dash salt
-2 tablespoons vegetable oil
-2 tablespoons water
-1/4 teaspoon vanilla

Mix all together in a microwave safe bowl or mug. My microwave is wacky so I only need about forty five seconds but you experiment with your own to see how long. I'd say you try for 30 seconds first, then check if it seems all right. Voila!
Also there is a recipe for microwave chocolate cake, the picture above is of the cake. I'll give you the recipe for the cake one day soon.
Also, neither of these recipes are mine or Mimi's, but you should have seen Mimi's face when I served her the brownie... absolute dee-lish!

1 comment:

  1. who can pass up a delicious brownie? sounds spectacular.