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Hacer un brownie en una taza
cook for a 1:30 and have with coffee makes it just about perfect.
Remember, everything in moderation, things like this can contain alot of calories, so make sure you balance everything out with the right physical activity as well as the right diet. There's a video I found that can help you a lot with these things, it's full of valuable information, check it out here
This is my second time making it, and I tweaked it two tablespoons of flour, two tablespoons of sugar, and one tablespoon of oil. I'll have to try these other methods later :)
I tried this many times, and after changing everything, I came to the conclusion that it turns out way better if you add 2 tbsp more of water. You will need to cook for about 1.45 min instead of only one. You can also add or remove a bit of sugar as you like
I used rougly 3/4 of the amount of each ingredient. I used orgran GF flour, unrefined coconut oil, and instead of sugar, I used rice bran syrup. After it had cooled a bit, poured some milk into the cup. Works out pretty good
I used rougly 3/4 of the amount of each ingredient. I used orgran GF flour, unrefined coconut oil, and instead of sugar, I used rice malt syrup. After it had cooled a bit, poured some milk into the cup. Works out pretty good
It is amazing! I put it in medium heat and baked it for about 3-4 minutes and itturned out amazing! Everyone should try it!!! Thx to whoever thought about this, cuz its splendid!! Sorry that i dont have the final result to show cause i ate it!!
I've never had a sudden and desperate craving for anything before, but I had a taste for a brownie about an hour ago. It was interesting, as I could easily imagine the texture and flavor of my favorite kind of dark chocolate brownie, but I honestly thought it'd pass. From then to now, my need for a brownie only got stronger and I had to do something.I looked up a couple key words to get to this recipe, which I found perfectly direct. I grabbed a cereal bowl, threw in all the ingredients, and tossed it in the microwave for a bit. The only changes I made were honey instead of sugar, and milk instead of water. It was phenomenal! I'm going to make this all the damn time, and I'll be adding all sorts of whatever else I might want in it - it's seriously foolproof and exactly what I want!TL;DR - This was perfect, thank you. :)
I tried it and i won't say i wasn't happy but, the brownie didn't' taste that great, i made sure everything was in there and mixed properly, and i know it isn't just the ingredients i used because i use the same ones for everything I make and that always comes out right.
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Thanks for the ratio info! I came here exclusively looking for ease related to "bulking" up my mix. And this was definitely my next question!
I like adding butter when I'm not watching my fat intake - as much. ;) You save it with the wet ingredients already added? I guess this would be good if you're sure to eat it within a couple weeks, if stored in the fridge.
it was okay
Add a little stevia?
I made it with 1 1/2 tablespoons and it was plenty sweet....still too sweet to me, what it also was however was uninspired, very blah....i think i'll stick to chocolate mug cakes
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