Chocolate Chip Blondies
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Bake: 20 min. + cooling
We put chopped walnuts on half. They were scrumptious! We baked them in a 9x6 so that we could fit them in the toaster oven, and we decreased the temperature to 325 since they were thicker. They took a little bit longer but we cooked until the toothpick came out clean. Yum!
I'll tried these with chopped pecans and left out the chocolate chips.
The only change I made was to bake in an 11 x 7 glass baking dish for 25 minutes. Outstanding!
this recipe is absolutely perfect. The only change I made was to sub out Nestle's toll House salted caramel truffles for the chocolate chips.
Delicious, chocolatey, and chewy. These were so good that they disappeared quickly. I'm looking forward to making them again and trying different chips or even chocolate candies.
These get rave reviews from my adult children. Last batch I tried M and M's instead of chocolate chips and everyone agreed they were the best cookies ever. Super simple recipe.
Not a big Blondie fan but these guys are excellent! Made them for the first time a few weeks ago and now making them again two more times for my grand-kids they are that good! Highly recommend this recipe!!!! Used the new Nestle's chocolate and salted caramel chips and sent theses bars over the edge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Absolutely delicious, good with both dark or golden brown sugar, also good with butterscotch chips as well as chocolate chips. Super easy recipe.
Super moist and delicious. Next time I would make it in an 8x8 dish because it was really thin when made in a 13x8.
Chocolate Chip Pan cookies. YUM!!