Blond Brownies a la Mode
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 25 min. + cooling
I am always looking for an easy adaptable recipe which I can make dairy free (severe family allergies). In this case I replace coconut butter for the butter and almond milk for the evaporated milk. It is an easy and delightful dessert. Thanks for sharing.
These are good but cake-like given the ingredients. Use a brownie recipe, omitting the chocolate and use all white sugar or half brown and half white. All brown sugar makes them darker. Also, thin sauce with heavy cream instead of opening a can of condensed milk for 1/4 c. add sugar if needed. I'm pretty sure Applebee's uses walnuts, instead of pecans.
The sauce for these brownies makes these soo good!! Will fix again!!
Good, but this is really more of a cake than a brownie. I was looking forward to something gooey and brownie-like and got a cake. It is good, but not what I was looking for.
Yummy I added chocolate chips
Great for church dinners
Liked the sauce but the blondies are too cake like not gooey like brownines....would use a different brownie recipe with the sauce.
This was a delicious recipe that I made on Mother's Day. Everyone loved it.
As an update to my review below.... If you're looking for an Applebee's warm maple butter sauce (like I was), the sauce in this recipe isn't it. The Applebee's version is:1/2 c. butter (soft), 1/2 c. powdered sugar, 1/4 c. cream cheese (soft), 2 T. Maple Syrup, 1/4 tsp. salt. Cream together in microwavable bowl. Heat 30 seconds or so until just melted. Serve warm over ice cream and blondie. It's wonderful!!!!!!!!