8 Reviews

I really want to give these 5 stars, because I love them! Unfortunately, my boyfriend wasn't a huge fan. Oatmeal desserts don't go over that well (yet...) in Germany. I thought they were delicious, but I don't want to make anything where I "have to" eat the whole thing by myself :) Maybe I'll make a half recipe next time. I used white chocolate chunks and added about 1/4 tsp salt. I baked them in a large pie plate and they turned out perfect! Thanks for the recipe.

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komcdonald November 18, 2010

Wonderful dessert. I love the ingredients, especially since I bake everything with whole wheat pastry flour. Will make again, already a favourite.

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DCbaker November 15, 2010

These were really good for being whole wheat. I used dark chocolate chunks and some white chips. My favorite part was the middle because it wasn't all the way done so they were nice and gooey!

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linkinparkrks October 01, 2008

these were wonderfully dense and delicious. i added chocolate chips and white chips and they were devoured. nuts would be a good addition as well. very chewy and yum. i also cooked mine in an 8 x 8 pan instead so they were a little thicker and baked them for about 5 min more. so good and somewhat good for you. i used some ends of bran flakes cereal and it turned out great. thanks for a yum treat.

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sprue November 12, 2007

Very nice recipe - I didn't have any chocolate chips so I chopped a bar of chocolate and that worked just as well. I used museli and the raisins etc in it really added flavour and variety to the blondie. Very nice recipe and have already made it twice because the first batch were eaten so quickly!

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Xuffyt June 28, 2006

I'll be making these agian. They were so hearty, I was filled up by eating one! That's a good thing b/c treats don't usually last too long when I'm around:) Also b/c they were so hearty I let me 5 year old have one for b-fast and she really enjoyed it.

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Kelly Kinser March 21, 2006

I added a few extra chopped glace cherries and used rolled oats. This was a delicious recipe, and quite sweet enough. However, I wouldn't recommend using white flour - I think it would make it a little too sweet (and perhaps bland). The nutty flavour of the wholewheat flour balances the flavours very nicely.

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Veggiequeen February 07, 2006

These have a wonderful, earthy, wheaty taste that I've grown to like. They are chewy, soft, and have just enough sweetness to balance the wheat and oats. I used King Arthur brand White whole wheat, which has a more mild flavor, and replaced the white chocolate with organic semi-sweet mini chips. This is definitely going in my "make-again" list, as it is more wholesome than your standard blondie, and it makes the house smell soooo good! Thanks, Midge, for a yummy treat!

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BigFatMomma November 30, 2005
Chocolate Oat Blondies