Brownies/ Mug Recipes

1-Minute Oreo Mug Brownie

Oreo Mug BrownieOreo Mug Brownie- Mug recipes are a rage and why not. It is portion size, instant and takes only couple of minutes to put it all together. To top it all, it contains the magic ingredients ‘Oreo’, everyone seems to love oreos so this is going to have many takers. Those who love chocolates and find the chocolate cake to be less chocolaty, this one is perfect for them.

I have a sweet tooth and anything sweet, sinful can lift my mood or relieve of any stress. In fact when I go to restaurants, all I do is eat starters and move on to desserts coz I don’t want to miss on any of it.I am a foodie and I make sure I keep eating good food and I absolutely don’t care about the weight.But my body does and keeps sending me signals to slow down, hence I have been avoiding too much desserts lately. This brownie was well deserved, yesterday evening when I was all by myself, I decided to pamper myself.

I had Oreo with me, I always stock it for quick sweet cravings. So I went into the kitchen and came out with brownie in my mug in just 7 minutes. In fact it just took 2 minutes to make it, rest 5 minutes is the standing time. All you need is three ingredients, Oreo, milk and baking soda and your sinful brownie is ready. This is the first thing I ever baked if I can call it baking and I’m totally in love with this. If you want to make a bigger batch, you can try the Classic Brownie or the Fudgy Brownie.

Go ahead spoil yourself!! You’ll love it.

Oreo Mug Brownie

Serving- 1
Preparation Time- 1 minute
Cooking Time- 1 minute
Standing Time- 5 minutes


Oreos- 5
Milk- 1-2 tblspn
Baking Soda- ¼ tspn


1.Grind the Oreos in a mixer until smooth.
2.Transfer in a microwave safe mug, add milk and baking soda to it. Mix well.
3.Cook on microwave high for a min, prick a toothpick, it’s done if it comes out clean.
4.Let it stand in the microwave for 5 minutes. Remove and relish it.

Tip: You can also have it with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream.

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  • Reply
    May 7, 2015 at 9:36 am

    I should grin the oreos together, or should I separate the black cookie amd the filling?

    • Reply
      May 8, 2015 at 9:21 am

      You need to grind it together, no need to separate the filling 🙂

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