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    I was sort of let down by the Applebees copycat recipes for their Maple Butter Blondie. Applebees' blondie is nothing like a traditional blondie and is more cake-like and even sometimes dry (all the better for the ice cream and maple sauce). The blondie recipes I found online were always butter-laden with fudgy textures, which I don't care for. So I made this recipe. Second: most of the maple sauces are brown sugar recipes, but Applebees' sauce is white. So I used cream, white chocolate chips and white sugar to keep that coloring. Unfortunately, the maple extract has caramel color, so it darkened the sauce a little bit, but it was still good in my opinion. I hope you like it.

    Recipe #344178

    10 Reviews |  By loof

    So easy to make!

    Recipe #263203

    1973 Pillsbury Bake-Off winner.

    Recipe #257026

    4 Reviews |  By anme

    I recipe I came up with for my friend who adores these bad boys!

    Recipe #249951

    12 Reviews |  By MollyJ

    Does 'zaar really need _another_ Brownie recipe? Probably not but this is a wonderful old recipe from the Edith Hansen cook book. It gives a chewy, dense brownie with an old fashioned flavor. Be careful to not overbake it. The original recipe calls for "part lard if desired" which I have left in as part of the recipe's charm but I always use margarine. Frosting these is gilding the lilly so I don't.

    Recipe #236946

    Here is a great lightened rhubarb bar with a yummy cookie crust. It goes together quickly and doesn't last long at my house!

    Recipe #231552

    This is a very 'tasty & showy' treat, which is a staple on my "Christmas" baking list. Cut into small pieces. That way you can have two without feeling guilty. Don't be put off by the amount of ingredients. This comes together very quickly. Almost too quickly : )

    Recipe #230463

    12 Reviews |  By Bev

    This is a delicious treat made with fresh blackberries! Very simple to prepare for snack or dessert.

    Recipe #227778

    3 Reviews |  By Sam #3

    Got this from the April 25th edition of the Ottawa Citizen.

    Recipe #224611

    This is an easy recipe that uses a cake mix and a jar of fruit preserves. The basic recipe can be easily altered according to your preference. For example, instead of cherry preserves, try chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, or raspberry jam. For lower-fat option, see note at end of instructions.

    Recipe #222987

    I ran across a similar brownie recipe on another forum to use as a guide - I then reduced the fat and sugar content so I wouldn't feel so guilty, but you would never know it by the taste! The cherries add a delicious surprise inside the fudgy brownies. Moreover, they are very simple to make. What's not to love? I use 60% Cocoa Ghirardelli baking chips for this recipe

    Recipe #218288

    Mom used to make these for my sister and me when we were little. I made these for my (ex)boyfriend and he loved them.

    Recipe #218133

    This is my variation on plain granola bars. I threw them together today for a camping trip and the kids loved them.

    Recipe #217592

    10 Reviews |  By Debber

    Swim team and 4-H club fund-raisers wouldn't be the same without THESE bars on hand. Cut them B-I-G and let the kids enjoy themselves!

    Recipe #216746

    From Outpost Natural Foods, in their Diabetes Fighting flyer. This is almost a one dish recipe. Everything gets mixed together in the pan.

    Recipe #212082

    I found this on the back of my Baker's Box. These are very good and easy to prepare!

    Recipe #211062

    This recipe comes from the 10-12 Dec 2004 issue of the USA Weekend newspaper. It's a great tasting fruit bar, but you do need to watch out for any stray cherry pit.

    Recipe #210468

    This recipe has been in my family recipe book for more than 20 years... I can't remember if I got it off a friend or out of the newspaper or if it was from my mother.... it's an "always been there" recipe and if you double it you can keep a whole school class full of kids very happy. It disappears rather quickly around adults too :) This recipe is different from many other ones with condensed milk, coconut etc because it contains sultanas but no nuts. It's easy to make and stores well in an airtight container... so can be made in advance, handy when party planning. The icing can be made with chocolate OR cocoa powder or a little of both, works well all ways. PLEASE NOTE: this single batch of the recipe calls for HALF a can of condensed milk... our cans are 397 grams = 14 oz) so you will only need 7 oz. DO melt the butter completely before adding the condensed milk, otherwise you will have lumps of butter that are difficult to melt, and do keep the heat very low for the condensed milk mixture because it scorches easily. The finished bar /slice is also nicer if you leave the cookie crumbs fairly chunky and *not* a fine dust. ZWT REGION: New Zealand.

    Recipe #207905

    From the All Recipes Cookie Lover's Cookbook. This recipe was submitted by a "Sue Bush". She describes it as Rich, Chewy brownies crowned with chocolate chips are irresistible. And boy is she right.

    Recipe #205170

    This recipe pits mother against daughter. Season has a jam bar recipe as well, nutless of course, ... and the winner is?

    Recipe #201196

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