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Two Minute Chocolate Fixes

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Looking for a quick chocolate fix? These dense, fudgy mug cakes and brownies fit the bill when you need something warm and gooey – fast. With just a few ingredients and a microwavable mug or ramekin, you can be settled back in on the couch with something warm and chocolatey before the commercials are over!

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  • 2 Minute Mug Brownie 1 of 8
    2 Minute Mug Brownie
    Better than a mug cake, this dense, chocolatey brownie mixes up and microwaves in minutes! Babble has the recipe!
  • Mini Chocolate Bar Mug Cake 2 of 8
    Mini Chocolate Bar Mug Cake
    Got leftover chocolates or mini bars around the house? Give this treat a try! Babble has the recipe!
  • 100 Calorie Chocolate Mug Cake 3 of 8
    100 Calorie Chocolate Mug Cake
    Trying to save calories? This 100 cal mug cake will give you your chocolate fix! Babble has the recipe!
  • Gluten Free Mug Brownie 4 of 8
    Gluten Free Mug Brownie
    A dense, fudgy mug brownie is a perfect indulgence, even when you're eating gluten-free! Babble has the recipe!
  • Nutella Mug Cake 5 of 8
    Nutella Mug Cake
    Nutella - in a mug cake! It doesn't get much better than this. Babble has the recipe!
  • Fluffernutter Mug Cake 6 of 8
    Fluffernutter Mug Cake
    Gooey Fluffernutter makes a mug cake reminiscent of a chocolatey s'more. Babble has the recipe!
  • Mint Oreo Mug Brownie 7 of 8
    Mint Oreo Mug Brownie
    This one minute mug brownie makes use of a crunchy mint Oreo, making it soft and crunchy all at once. Yum! Babble has the recipe!
  • White Chocolate Raspberry Mug Cake 8 of 8
    White Chocolate Raspberry Mug Cake
    This beautiful mug cake uses dark chocolate cocoa powder to create a rich, satisfying dessert, which takes about two minutes to microwave. Babble has the recipe!

Find more of Julie’s recipes and ideas at her blog, Dinner with Julie. You can also join her on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest, or find more of her posts at the Family Kitchen.

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