100 Calorie Single Serving Brownie Recipe. These are easy to make with basic ingredients that you have in your pantry!
If you’re like me then when you make brownies, it’s a batch. There’s 2 of us who live here and the cats can’t eat chocolate, so what do I have to do? Ok, I have to eat them all. I mean if not, they go bad and we wouldn’t want that. I mean, ok, I could share with friends, but I could also not share with friends and just eat them all myself. This is great, but also very bad. So what do you do when you want a brownie but you don’t want to make a entire batch to prevent the guilt? You make single serving 100 calorie brownies! You microwave them and they’re done in a minute.
These will hit your chocolate craving without the guilt – isn’t that the best?
A few more random thoughts on these brownies:
They are really good. Last winter these were our post dinner, dessert favorites.
These are made with applesauce, no oil. I recommend my home applesauce recipe here. Yum!
If you want to make your brownie slightly more creamy, then add a teaspoon of Nutella. Yes the calories will go up a bit, but it’s still much healthier than the usual brownie.
Did you guys know how easy powdered sugar is to make? I had no idea! I always like to sprinkle a little powdered sugar on top of my sweets. For 1 cup of powdered confectioners sugar: 1 cup regular sugar + 1 tablespoon cornstarch. Just blend it up until it’s powdery. Boom! Powdered Sugar!
The ramekins I made the brownies in I got for $1.99 for a set at Burlington Coat Factory. It was an amazing steal and I felt like I was on cloud 9 all day. I think I should go back and buy them all.
While making these I found out I have been hoarding Hershey’s cocoa powder. I opened up my cabinet and found 3 containers. What type of crazy person am I?
- 1 tablespoon flour
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1 tablespoon cocoa powder
- 2 tablespoons of apple sauce
- pinch of baking soda
- pinch of salt
- Mix all the ingredients up.
- Put in microwave for 1-1:15 minutes.
- Put a little bit of powdered sugar on top. (*Optional*)
- Eat it up!
- If you want it a little more creamy, add a teaspoon of Nutella. Yes, the calories will go up a bit, but this will knock your socks off, and it’s still healthier than the usual versions.
Here’s your dry ingredients.