Easy One Bowl Blondies
This one-bowl blondies recipe is a quick dessert recipe to make and can be customized depending on how you want to make it. You can add in everything from chocolate chips to your favorite candy, dried fruit, nuts, coconut, and more. This homemade recipe for dessert is great when you want to whip a quick treat for your family. This dessert recipe can be shared with friends, teachers, neighbors, or just about anyone. This dessert recipe can be made when you need to use up some leftover holiday candy. This dessert recipe will always be a hit. The batter comes together in one bowl in less time than it takes to preheat your oven. You don’t even have to wait for the butter to soften. Simply melt the butter in a microwave-safe bowl and add in the brown sugar. You will the step by step recipe at the Five Heart Home site.
A good way to make this dessert recipe a little healthier is to add in some nuts. You might choose to add pecans, peanuts, walnuts, or macadamia nuts. Pecans are best known for their pecan pie homemade recipes for desserts. Pecans are great when added to blondie bars, granola, and brownies. Pecans, however, can be bitter, which makes them perfect for desserts recipes, as they compliment sweetners so well. Things to know when using pecans. This nut goes rancid quickly, so to extend their shelf life you want to store them in the freezer. Peanuts are another addition to this blondie recipe that can make the snack recipe a little bit healthier. Peanuts are technically a legume, but regardless they are still tasty. Peanuts are best known for their use as the original nut butter; they make a dreamy, creamy or crunchy sandwich spread. Peanuts are also great in Thai food recipes, dressings and sauce recipes and smoothie recipes. Some tips and tricks for using peanuts is to skip the pre-roasted, and pre-seasoned peanuts. It is best to buy peanuts shelled unless you are going to a ball game and roast them yourself. Additionally, you want to steer clear of peanut butter varieties with a ton of added sugar.
Walnuts. Walnuts are best when they are big and meaty. Walnuts transition nicely between both savory and sweet applications. Walnuts are a nut that is excellent in baked good recipes, such as carrot cake, malted walnut pie, this blondie recipe and also blended into a hearty dip recipe when combined with cooked vegetables, such as beets or red peppers. Of course, walnuts are always good when they are simply toasted and added to your morning oatmeal. Tips and tricks for using walnuts. Walnuts have a high amount of tannins which are also found in red wine and black tea, which can make them taste a bit bitter. You want to toast walnuts to coax out their sweetness, and then combine them with sweet things, such as honey and maple. Macadamia nuts. These nuts are rich and fatty, and macadamia nuts are a no-brainer dessert recipe nut. But these same qualities in macadamia nuts also makes them an ideal foil to bitter greens, as in pesto recipes. Tips and tricks for macadamia nuts. These nuts are expensive and bold-tasting. You can cut costs by combining the nuts with other nuts, and you will still have the big flavor. Whatever you choose to add to this homemade dessert recipe is sure to be a hit.
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