An easy keto mug brownie recipe for a quick sweet craving fix with only 6g of net carbs. Plus, the recipe is egg-free and nut-free and uses coconut flour!
Who is craving keto brownie but can’t wait? I’m sure you do too! This keto mug brownie is the answer. Ready in 2 minutes and using only a few basic pantry ingredients that all keto eaters have! Plus, this is a vegan keto brownie recipe too! 100% egg-free, gluten-free and super fudgy!
A mug brownie is a fudgy brownie baked in your microwave. If you don’t have a microwave you can always bake this recipe at 180C (370F) for 10-15 minutes in an oven-safe ramekin. The ingredients you need to make this keto mug brownie are the basics keto ingredients listed below:
A mug brownie is piping hot after 60 seconds baking in the microwave. That’s why it’s very important to first let it cool down for 1 or 2 minutes, in the mug. This cooling time will also enhance the fudgy texture of the brownie and create the particular brownie ‘crust’ that we all love in a brownie. You should then eat the brownie in the mug, don’t transfer onto a plate or it would be very messy. Then you can add some toppings. The best keto brownie toppings to serve with this mug brownie are:
If you love a quick keto snack, mug cakes are the best! I have a range of other delicious keto microwave recipes for you to try.
I would love to see a picture of your mug brownie so don’t forget to share it with me on Instagram!
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