• Five minute Brownie
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[url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/60328847@N04/5505980432/][img]http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5138/5505980432_1c08d4367f.jpg[/img][/url] [url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/60328847@N04/5505980432/][/url] Love these things. I've made loads. Chuck a load of ice cream in with it after and it's perfect straight out the mug. Yeah it's not the best brownie but for a 5 minute desert you can't go wrong. Or I guess you can reading some of these...
Made using the OP's, Ven Kaeo's, and cheesemonkey's tips with Kahlua, cayenne pepper powder, and pecan halves. Tastes pretty damn good. [img_thumb]http://filesmelt.com/dl/030911045748.jpg[/img_thumb] [img_thumb]http://filesmelt.com/dl/030911045818.jpg[/img_thumb]
gonna try out tommorow.
I've always had foul spongy brownies, until I tried some new edits today. Now it's moist and delicious (And lols because it was like, five inches above the mug in the microwave and as soon as I turned it off it popped back down)
I tried this and it was light brown and extremely hard, it also had a huge bubble in the middle of it.
This is very tasty. I made quite alot of these and I made my own variant. The ingridients are very common and it is easy to make. You need: The largest cup you can find. Tablespoon/s Teaspoon [b]DRY[/b] ingridients 4 tbsp of flour 2-4 tbsp of sugar (2= to bitter 3= perfect 4=to fucking sweet) 2 tbsp of cocoa (does not mather what cocoa you use) A pinch of salt 1/8 tsp of baking powder (be careful with it. To much and it will boil over the cup) Not more than this much baking powder: [IMG_thumb]http://i53.tinypic.com/2dvtx5t.jpg[/IMG_thumb] [b]WET[/b] ingridients 3 tbsp of cooking oil 3 tbsp of water [u]Preparation[/u] Put the [b]DRY[/b] ingridients into your cup and stir with a spoon to even it out like this [IMG_thumb]http://i56.tinypic.com/27zlyev.jpg[/IMG_thumb] When you have done that, add the [b]WET[/b] ingridients to your mixture. Stir with your spoon and even out the mixture so no white spots from your [del]coke[/del] flour are visable. It should look like this when done [IMG_thumb]http://i56.tinypic.com/2r56i3r.jpg[/IMG_thumb] [u]Cooking[/u] Now when everything is done, it is time to microwave that [del]bitch[/del] brownie. The cooking time depends on how you want it to be and your microwaves age and effect. On a 10 year old 750W microwave, 1.5 minutes aprox. is enough to make it like a mudcake. It is just trail and error here. Experiment until you get it right. Just make sure to open the microwave and take a look at it. Look like every 30 seconds. This is how it looks like after 1.5 minutes in the microwave: [IMG_thumb]http://i53.tinypic.com/dfamn8.jpg[/IMG_thumb] Images are img_thumb because they are big. Hope you like my version of it. Eat straight out of the cup and be aware that the cup is [b]VERY[/b] hot.
Its in the Microwave right now, and I used: Milk Canned whipped cream Applesauce Butter Sugar Hot chocolate powder Dear god I hope it turns out well. I was out of eggs and oil.
good f*cking luck. O_O
So, I was baking that shit, I hear BING! So I was like :D. I opened the Microwave and I was like D: . The microwave was all misty, and I opened it and only thing that was hardened and solidified, were some small pieces, the rest were LITERALLY dripping out of the microwave. Im not cleaning that shit.
you bloody well should clean it, since you were the one that made such a mess. don't just leave your mum and dad to clean up after you.
Im doing what it. Eventually.
[QUOTE=TheSmartass;28455668][img_thumb]http://i.cubeupload.com/CWf54b.jpg[/img_thumb] Instant brownie success=Super smug face. 'Twas a very nice brownie.[/QUOTE] Nice haircut there.
Doing it right now, when it's done, i'm gonna post the results !
I made like eight of these with spoiled cocoa and as a result, shit my intestines out.
I just tried to make this, should have spent more time stirring the egg, now I got half a microwaved egg, half a brownie.
/ck/ is turning over in its grave. [editline]31st March 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=Aerkhan;28600215]Im doing what it. Eventually.[/QUOTE] What?...it
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