This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Fold in the remaining flour and salt, followed by the nuts (if using) and blueberries, until the batter is evenly studded. Is it possible to make the Blondies with lemon curd swirled through? I was hoping to batch cook them so I can keep a stash for emergencies – any tips on freezing them or is this not possible? Theoretically, you can just straight swap to GF flour, but I would advise adding in a little xantham gum as well! Is there a reason for this? Cut off the tip of the plastic bag if using and drizzle the white chocolate glaze over the blondies in a zigzag pattern. ❤️ A Rich, Gooey, (New!) I'm also partial to homewares, lifestyle posts and more! I made them for my husband and tasted a little to see how they turned out and was shocked how much I enjoyed them. I am going to make these this weekend but I wondered about swapping the blueberries for raspberries.. Would you adjust the recipe in anyway to exchange the blueberries for raspberries? Land O Lakes® Extra Creamy European Style Unsalted Butter, ** This post is brought to you by Land O’Lakes (which is legit the world’s best butter and I’m willing to put it to a butter taste test any day of the year!) Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Was also just wondering about the sugar you used in the recipe for this one. Using an electric whisk/stand mixer, whisk together the Eggs and Caster Sugar for a good 3-4 minutes or longer, until it has become much thicker, mousse like, paler, and basically doubled in volume. All images & content are copyright protected. […] market hauls these past few weeks. Amazon #1 Best Seller Why mess with something that actually works?! Buttery brown sugar blondies ️. I am honestly astounded at how much I love these, and I am sure you will all love them as well. You could definitely remove the blueberries, but I wouldn’t add gin to the mix – it may be better to follow the idea of my G&T drizzle and soak some in after? Transfer the baking pan into the oven and bake for 35-40 minutes, use a toothpick or knife to insert into the center and make sure they are done. Not sure if that’s meant to be the end result or whether I have gone wrong somewhere? We have noticed that there is an issue with your subscription billing details. X, Hey!! ❤️ Chocolate Chip or t, Gingerbread Trifle?! Pour into the tin, and sprinkle on the rest of the Blueberries. Great for Summer, pinned! It worked really well for the other recipes, so I am sticking with it! Gingerbread NYC Cookies! However, I seriously would recommend to NOT add any more blueberries then specified as moisture is released from normal blueberries as well, and the Blondies might not bake very well with any more! This is my new GO TO brownie recipe! You can easily use lemon extract if you prefer (two teaspoons)! For these I used fresh blueberries, but they would still work with frozen. Thanks for supporting the sponsors that allow me to create new and special content like this for What’s Gaby Cooking**. I only recently discovered your blog and I’m so pleased I did. Saturday October 10 2015, 1.01am, The Times. Hiya! I was wondering why this was? x. Think a gooey and delicious Lemon flavoured Blondie, with White Chocolate Chunks, and some fresh blueberries… my idea of heaven. Once all the eggs have been added, whisk in the cooled melted chocolate. If the mixture begins to curdle, add a tablespoon or two of the flour. That, combined with the brown sugar and vanilla and other typical blondie ingredients, is next level. I baked a batch of these blondies for my son’s scout troop coffee morning. We were like WHOA. I do have a question about this one though. It’s a recipe that works for me, and I have seen so many of you bake them as well that I couldn’t resist! A skewer will come out clean/mostly clean with a few crumbs – and potentially a small wobble, but no raw batter. © Jane’s Patisserie. I’m Jane, a food writer, photographer and blogger. Hi Jane! Please. I obviously went a little further with the decoration because I am me after all… but thats that. Hey! Pinterest I’m not your over-the-top pastry kinda person. I am honestly astounded at how much I love these, and I am sure you will all love them as well. A basic blondie recipe with variations. Put the white chocolate glaze into a piping bag or into the corner of a zipper sealable plastic bag. Fold in the remaining flour and salt, followed by the nuts (if using) and blueberries, until the batter is evenly studded. Once all the eggs have been added, beat in the cooled melted chocolate. Get my latest recipes + my bonus 5 Tips From a Private Chef email series. Deliciously Sweet, Light, Lemon & Blueberry Blondies with White Chocolate Chunks! I baked these today and I would say they were more of a cake consistency than a brownie, what did I do wrong? So… I did! Makes 16. Absolutely LOVE these – so delicious and easy to make. I'm Jane, and I adore baking, cooking and all things delicious. They give a pop of colour in every slice, and just taste completely and utterly delicious. Make these this summer, add some raspberries if you want to be festive for 4th of July, and get ready to be obsessed! Spray a 9x9 baking pan with baking spray and line it with parchment paper. I love it!! . (C) 2020 - Jane's Patisserie. If you’re on the fence whether to make these, just do it-you won’t regret it! Twitter Were they under done? Frozen berries can often give out more liquid than fresh due to thawing, but they still work dandy when baked enough! Especially to bake with. Kinda like a brownie, less cooking time = the gooey! Bake for 45-55 minutes, until a toothpick inserted into the middle comes out clean. Blondies, if you haven’t heard of them, are basically what is considered a white chocolate brownie. I’m looking forward to trying other recipes soon. Everyday California Food Would you make the recipe in the same way or would you alter any of the ingredients? Buy Now, What's Gaby Cooking: Thank you so much for your recipes, they’re absolutely amazing and easy to follow. Obviously, if fruit isn’t your thing, then these wont be for you… but you could always just use the lemon, or just the blueberries with the white chocolate! x, Thank you for your reply Jane. I am making these this weekend but I am thinking about substituting the blueberries for raspberries. Or am I being completely silly. Sometimes it can take longer due to some ovens, and if you have actually whisked it up enough in the first place.