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Microwave Caramel Chocolate Brownie Recipe

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Fancy a rich and gooey caramel choc chip brownie that’s made in just ONE MINUTE in the microwave? I warn you though, approach this recipe with caution – it’s very dangerous for your waistline!Microwave Caramel Chocolate Brownie

Here is what you will need to make 1 serving.

  • 2 tbsp (30g) Unsalted Butter
  • 2 tbsp Golden Caster Sugar
  • 1 tbsp Soft Light Brown Sugar
  • 1 tbsp Cocoa Powder
  • 1 Egg Yolk
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 4 tbsp Self Raising Flour
  • Pinch of Salt
  • 2 tbsp Milk Chocolate Chips
  • 2 tbsp Caramel (or Dulce De Leche)

Essential Equipment

  • 250ml Microwavable Mug or Glass

Place the butter in a small bowl & microwave for 20 seconds or so until melted.

Microwave Caramel Chocolate BrownieAdd in the caster sugar, brown sugar & cocoa powder. Mix with a fork until smooth & thoroughly combined.

Microwave Caramel Chocolate BrownieAdd in the egg yolk & vanilla extract and beat together.

Microwave Caramel Chocolate BrownieThen add in the flour & salt and again, beat until smooth & thoroughly combined.

Again, beat until smooth & thoroughly combined.Mix through half the chocolate chips (1 tbsp) then spoon half the mixture into your chosen mug or glass.

Top with half the caramel. (1 tbsp.)

Again, beat until smooth & thoroughly combined.Then add the remaining half of the brownie batter and top with the last 1 tbsp of caramel.

Again, beat until smooth & thoroughly combined.Place onto a plate and cook in the microwave using the following guidelines:

600W – 50 seconds

800W – 30 seconds

1000W – 25 seconds

Then top with the remaining 1 tbsp of chocolate chips & place back into the microwave for another 30 seconds.

You may need to do this in 10-15 second intervals to prevent it from spilling over the edges.

Again, beat until smooth & thoroughly combined.If you can handle it – leave to cool for 15-20 minutes. This allows it to become really nice and gooey in the middle but chewy round the edges. Worth the wait, trust me.

If you like, top with more caramel & dust with a little cocoa powder to finish. Or you can just devour it straight away!

Microwave Caramel Chocolate BrownieI have to admit, I’m very impressed with these Judge glasses. The double walled concept has quite a few benefits. For example, with hot contents, the heat stays trapped within the glass but the outside wall just stays warm to the touch. Great for handling & making it ideal for hot drinks or hot desserts like this microwave cake. Alternatively, with cold contents, you don’t get that annoying condensation dripping all over the place. Fantastic for those hot Summer days when you want an ice cold drink! They’re also microwave & dishwasher friendly which is ideal for the modern day family.

I hope you enjoyed the post my lovelies, until next time!

Miss KitchenMason

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Beans and Lillies

Wednesday 25th of March 2015

I am totally making this for myself when the man of the house makes me angry. And while he is sitting there watching me indulge in this deliciousness he will wonder where I got it and if there is any left. Too bad so sad for you sweet hubby of mine, you have to figure it out yourself......(just don't burn the house down :))

Richmond Salt

Tuesday 24th of March 2015

I subscribed. Looks delicious!

kerberos616

Monday 23rd of March 2015

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Pam Ballone

Monday 23rd of March 2015

Hi

This looks lovely!

Think I may be tempted to give it a whirl!

Did it persuade you to try a hot drink in it too?

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Miss KitchenMason

Monday 23rd of March 2015

Thanks Pam! Haven't tried it yet but may be tempted to have a hot chocolate later :)

The Gourmet Gourmand

Monday 23rd of March 2015

This is so sinful looking... WOW! I love it.

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