Friday, April 11

Make Your Own Warm Delights!!!

Have you ever had a Warm Delights dessert bowl?? They are the ones in the bakery isle that come with all the ingredients ...all you do is add water, mix and microwave and Walla!! A quick, easy and very yummy dessert!! Great for when someone stops by for dinner unexpected and would love to have dessert.

Well, they are about $2 or so for one dessert way not make your own?? It is very simple to do!!

In a small microwaveable bowl mix 1/4 cup cake mix (any flavor you like)and 2 tsb water and mix well with a spoon. Then microwave for 1min 30 sec. You can then top with a scoop of ice cream, a drizzle of chocolate syrup, or even a dollop of whipped cream.

You can even add in a few walnuts before cooking, or a few mini chocolate chips too if you'd like. Make it to how you like it!! Experiment a bit!!

Let me know how it turns out!! Enjoy!!


Anonymous said...

Great idea! They really do turn out just the same as the premade ones that they sell. Plus you get a million out of one box of cake mix.
Not to be snarky, but I believe the word you wanted was Viola', not Walla. It sounds like Walla, but the word is french.

anyhow thanks for sharing your recipe!

Anonymous said...

Any ideas on how to make your own brownie warm delights?

Miss Mommy said...

Anon: Came across this recipe....let me know how it turn out if you try it!!

5 Minute Mug Brownie - Note: This really is more for those of you who prefer "fudgey" brownies to "cakey" ones.

4 Tablespoons Flour
4 Tablespoons Sugar
2 Tablespoons Cocoa powder (Note: don't use cocoa mix or quik, it shouldn't have any sugar)
2 Tablespoons Vegetable Oil (Don't use one with a strong flavor, eg olive, sesame, etc)
2 Tablespoons Water
Dash of salt

Mixing: Add the sugar, flour, cocoa, and salt to the mug and mix. Then add the oil and water and mix the dry and wet ingredients together. Be sure to be thorough, there's a tendency for clumps of the dry ingredients to form.

Microwaving: Microwave on high for roughly a minute. You may have to microwave it longer or shorter, depending on your microwave, but the brownie should still be wet in the center when done.