60 Second Microwaveable Nutella Brownie in a Mug

Nutella is mighty delicious.  There’s no denying that fact.  I also have this undying love for brownies.  So what do you do when you are in desperate need of a brownie, have no eggs and don’t want to spend an hour throwing some together from scratch?  You get crafty and make your own Nutella Brownie in a mug (or you send your husband to the store really late at night.  That wasn’t an option on this occasion).

Oh yes!  Friends, while this may not be the best brownie you have ever had, it is good and it only takes 60 seconds in the MICROWAVE.  No stove.  No mixer.  No waiting.  Just eat a brownie quick!  I have done you all a favor and not looked up exactly how many calories this lovely thing may be.  I did however, substitute sugar for honey.  That has to help right?  Enjoy!

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60 Second Microwaveable Nutella Brownie in a Mug

60 Second Microwaveable Nutella Brownie in a Mug


  • 2 Tbs vegetable oil
  • 2 Tbs water
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 Tbs honey
  • 2 Tbs Nutella
  • 1 Tbs unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 4 Tbs all purpose flour


  1. Add all ingredients to a microwaveable mug in the order listed.
  2. Mix with a fork until all ingredients are mixed well.
  3. Microwave for 60 seconds.
  4. Let stand for a few minutes because these guys are hot!
  5. Enjoy!

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Felicia Carter is founder and managing editor of Go Grow Go. Her philosophy is to simplify, save, grow and go! Her home is generally full of DIY projects, crafts, yummy baked goods and lots of love. Felicia is also a wife, mom of 2 boys and nationally certified counselor. You can always find her near the chocolate or the coffee pot.

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  1. Cheryl Portscheller says:

    Check the Nutella label . . . the first ingredient is sugar!

    • Yes I know 😉 That is why I left out any added sugar and substituted honey for a little more sweetness. Just a fun experiment. Thanks for stopping by, Cheryl!

    • Anonymous says:

      Hi !!! I did your recipe and i looove did !! But I added 1/4 tsp of peanut butter and it was awesome !!! You should definitely try it next time !!!

  2. Betty Baez says:

    yummy! i was just having nutella last night with some pretzels, i have to try this!

  3. MMMMMMMM my husband would love this as a late night treat!

  4. Sounds so good! I’ve been craving chocolate to.

  5. That most definitely looks delicious!

  6. That looks so amazing! And since I absolutely love Nutella and always have some on hand, I’ll definitely be trying it VERY soon! TY!

  7. So honest! “Not the best, but good”. LOL. You crack me up! It looks delicious. Pinnable!

  8. Wow that looks delish and super easy!

  9. I think I did it wrong… my friend did t, and it bounced up, but when I did it, it melted at the bottom, and tasted chunky… I’m pretty bad.

  10. Hey guys okay so a few modifications I made and mine turned out moist and delicious <3

    Here are the modifications …

  11. charla painter says:

    it was took bot it took longer to make than 60 seconds

  12. Anonymous says:

    NOT GOOD AT ALL. Tastes like flour and it ends up uncooked at the bottom. Very dissapointed

  13. It worked perfectly for me! Will use this recipe again for another late night snack!!

  14. So mine turned out a fluke. A wonderfully amazing delicious fluke. It was more of a gooey lava cake than a brownie. A few things could have happened. A)I added a little (lot)extra nutella. B)I used spun honey instead of regular(its like spreadable honey and amazing.) C) I didnt microwave long enough/my microwave doesn’t work as well as it used to (I microwaved for 1:30 total and feared burning it if i went longer) but I love my yummy little fluke!

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