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Not so good. Maybe if the recipe had called for baking powder I would have enjoyed it more. These do not rise, baking just sets the bar and they are very thick and heavy. I did not add choclolate chips and that may have made them better because they were not very sweet, either. Sorry, I had to pitch them. : (
I made a half recipe of these so easy-to-fix taste treats for 2 of us as written & baked them in an 11x7 baking dish, so they were a bit smaller in stature than normal for the recipe & I reduced cook time accordingly. I did not miss the usual choc fix brownie in the least & was esp impressed w/how low-cal & low-fat they are w/o sacrificing their richness. Served w/frozen vanilla yogurt, my sweet-tooth DH was a happy camper. Thx for sharing this recipe w/us. :-)
Very yummy!! Made these with Easter M&Ms since I didn't have any pecans (and half the family doesn't care of nuts anyway). They turned out great! Will make again! Will try at 20 minutes next time as mine got a little TOO crusty at 22 minutes. I like that though!! :)
oh man, these were DELICIOUS. I just recently made a blondies following a diff recipe and they came out rock hard after cooling but the cooking time for this worked much better! the problem with saucepan brownies is when you check for doneness they still look a little fudgy and undone in the middle, which they are supposed to! but yeah, the cooking time for these was spot on! I spread some melted white chocolate on the top of these and they tasted great! Perfect for the extra WOW factor in holiday bag stuffers. Oh man, this is THE best recipe. My new fav brownie!
These were great. I also added chocolate chips in addition to the nuts. Thanks so much for a great recipe. Lisa
This is great to have a recipe for Blondies that are essentially one dish! I used 1 cup of chocolate chips rather than the pecans. A 9x13 pan resulted a rather thin cookie bar - I have a little bit smaller pan that I think I would use next time. ZWT 3