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For A Single-Serve Crispy Brownie, Cook It In The Air Fryer
An air fryer can produce brownies with crispy edges and gooey insides in less than 15 minutes. If you don't want a whole tray, you can easily whip up a single brownie.
Use a small air fryer-safe dish, such as a mug or a ramekin. Combine the brownie batter ingredients as normal, but cut down on the proportions.
Mix everything separately, and then pour the batter into your dish. You won't need to line your air fryer, but you should still grease the dish.
The batter only needs about eight minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit until it morphs into a ready-to-eat brownie, although this timing can vary slightly depending on your appliance.
When your treat reaches the texture you're looking for, make sure to pull it out of the basket, since any extra time sitting in the air fryer can lead to it being overcooked.