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Made in a mug or ramekin, this single-serving brownie will satisfy the strongest chocolate craving. The egg will makes this brownie puff high while cooking, but it hasn’t got a lot of flour in it, so it will sink back to a fudge-like denseness. With cocoa, dark chocolate chips and white chocolate chips, it’s a triple hit of yumminess, but you can swap in nuts, toffee chips or whatever you like. Be careful not to overcook and do eat it warm — maybe topped with a dollop of vanilla ice cream?
|2 Tbsp. melted butter||Pinch salt|
|3 Tbsp. granulated sugar||1 Tbsp. water|
|2 Tbsp. unsweetened cocoa||1/4 tsp. vanilla|
|1 egg||1 Tbsp. dark chocolate chips|
|2 Tbsp. all-purpose flour||1 Tbsp. white chocolate chips|
Butter a 1-cup ramekin or mug. In a small bowl, melt the butter. Stir in the sugar and cocoa, and then beat in the egg with a fork. Add the flour, salt, water and vanilla, and mix until smooth.
Whisk in the chips and pour the batter into the prepared ramekin. Microwave for 70 seconds. Eat warm.