Mug Brownies

I saw on a post by a fellow blogger (Hi Fay!) an idea for a mug brownie. Quick, easy and microwave in a minute. I had to try it and ideas flew around my head until dinner on how to do it. I didn’t get a chance to test it before we did it after dinner but, it still went alright.

Line up the ingredients with the cups. The boys are anxious to know what they are making to “make their own dinner dessert.” It was fun surprising them. They really had no clue until we popped it into the microwave for a minute and pulled it out.

It quickly became a very messy process. That’s alright, though. Little boys clean up very well.

With the cocoa, it all fell apart. There were a couple brown babies in my home for a bit.

He was being so good and trying to clean up his own mess. It was cute.

Yep. Brown.

Gotta add 2 tablespoons of water!

Ooey Gooey Mess ready to cook.

Warm brownie with ice cream. Don’t ya just love the Carman shirt?

The boys agreed. It was delicious. In fact, we packed about 6 plastic baggies with the dry parts of the recipe for daddy to take back to work with him. He leaves for another month today and we wanted him to have warm brownies at work.

A great idea. Thank you, Fay and I’m quite sure we’ll be doing this one a lot over the course of the winter. I’ll add the recipe I found to the recipes section of this blog shortly for y’all to see how we made it.

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Categories: Dinner, Family | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “Mug Brownies

  1. How sweet! I am so glad you had a good time and sending daddy love in a bag too 🙂 I will look out for the revised recipe.

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