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ANMRUNNER Posts: 1,809
11/1/10 4:49 P

You could also buy No Pudge Fudge Brownies. They come in a pink box..I believe they're gluten free.

You can make the whole box at once, or you can mix 2 Tbs of the mix to 1 Tbs yogurt and microwave for 60 seconds for an amazing brownie. I've even made them with applesauce before, but they weren't as fluffy and delicious. You can add nuts, marshmallows, caramel sauce, etc on top for an extra special treat (but for many more calories).

2HAMSDIET Posts: 5,930
10/29/10 8:45 P

If you don't like the recipes for mug cake google easy bake oven recipes. Yes that light bulb and the modern version microwave has way scaled down recipes for one. I remember making oatmeal applesauce bars in it. emoticon

XANADUREALM Posts: 7,243
10/28/10 7:44 A

If you do a recipe search at sparkrecipes for "cake in a cup" it might be similar.

Xana

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10/27/10 3:31 P

I'm a huge fan of warm delights and love being able to make one miniature cake to enjoy every now and then without having to make multiple servings (too much delicious temptation for me to handle), but they are a little pricey. I was wondering if anyone has attempted to do the same thing with regular brownie or cake mix? Will mixing around 1/4 cup of the mix with a couple tablespoons of water and microwaving produce the same results?

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