Thursday, February 26, 2015

Baking Blondies


Baking has always been one of my passions. Since I was a kid you could always find me in the kitchen baking pies, cakes and cookies. Eating all these baked goods afterwards was also very pleasant and nowadays I am still a real sweet tooth.
When I was watching Tanya Burr's last baking video there was only one thing that popped into my head: I NEED to make these. The blondies looked really good and I just had to try them. I have always been a brownie kind of girl, but I guess there is a first for everything right?

I also changed up the recipe a bit compared to Tanya’s version, so here we go!

What do you need?
300 gr white chocolate
125 gr butter
150 gr caster sugar
1,5 teaspoon vanilla essence
Two eggs
200 gr flower

First, put your oven on 170 °C and line a baking tray with some baking paper. This way it’s easier to get the blondies out.
Then you are going to melt 200 gr of white chocolate and the butter using the ‘au bain-marie’ method. After everything is melted you take the bowl with the melted chocolate and the butter from the heat and add in the caster sugar. Mix this very well and add in the vanilla essence. Then you put two eggs into the mixture. Make sure you keep mixing, because you don’t want the eggs to scramble. Now it’s time to add the flower and keep mixing until there are no lumps in your mixture. Chop up the rest of the white chocolate in small pieces and add those to the mixture. This will make the blondies even yummier!
Scoop your blondie mixture in the baking tray and spread it out evenly, then place it in the oven for about 28-35 minutes. It really depends on your oven, so just check once in a while. When the top is golden brown and they are still a bit chewy on the inside they are perfect!
Let it cool down, cut it in squares and your blondies are done! Enjoy these yummy treats with a cup of tea and they will be gone before you know it!

What is your favourite sweet treat?


4 comments:

  1. These look delicious !
    I am thinking Sunday baking :)

    With love from London,
    Hayley x

    http://thelifestylemenu.co.uk/

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    1. They also taste heavenly! Good luck with baking! :)

      X Marjolein

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  2. They look incredible, I absolutely have to try this recipe out soon!

    I'd love it if you could also come check out my blog! Maybe we can follow each other? afashionneverland.blogspot.com

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    1. Just looked at your blog. I love the last post! ;) X

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