I ate my first blondie in 35 years a few weeks back and you could say I was kind of obsessed. So with this, I decided that I would figure out how to make them and come and share with you guys here. It’s fun looking for sweet treats to make to treat the family with, some healthy and some not (because, balance) and these really hit the back of the net.
So grab your baking bowls, turn on the oven and let’s get making these delicious sweet treats you will just keep wanting more of.
Dairy or Dairy free
I am lactose intolerant and dairy for me is a little more complicated than yes or no. I couldn’t, for example, eat a bowl of cereal with cows milk on it but I could eat something that might list milk as a minor ingredient. For me, I can put a little butter on my toast and be fine but a butter based cooking sauce would trigger me. It’s a constant learning curve (even after the best part of 9 years) to see what I can and can’t eat, but on the whole I seem to have it managed.
It is because of this I am listing the ingredients for the traditional version and also a dairy free and/or vegan version of these. For me, if I only have 1 I am able to tolerate the small amount of dairy, but this might not be the case for everyone. You can use the ingredients as applicable to you.
Baked blondie bite recipe
- 115 g Room temp butter/vegan butter/dairy free spread
- 65 g Golden caster sugar
- 45 g Golden granulated sugar
- 1 egg (or egg replacer)
- 1 tsp vanilla essence
- 120 g chocolate chips/smashed cooking chocolate (dairy or dairy free)
- Mix the butter & sugar together well.
- Add in whisked egg + vanilla extract and mix until smooth.
- Mix in flour.
- Fold in chocolate.
- Transfer to greased pan and cook on 200 degrees for 45 minutes.
- Cut into squares and eat hot or cold.
Check out my Instagram reel
For a little fun I added this to my Instagram reels. If you want a step by step video guide then head over and take a look. I share a lot of treats I make over there, so be sure to give me a follow too.