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These are really good! I do not have pecans where I live so I used a white chocolate candy bar that had hazelnuts in it. The second time I made these (whole family loves them!) I added some milk chocolate chips as well.
These are a really nice, dense blondie. I would have given them 4 stars right out of the oven, but once cooled overnight, they are even better for some reason.
Heavenly! Used regular pecans but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Just what you want when craving blondies - would be amazing warm with vanilla ice cream!
Fantastic!! These were so easy to make, and they were so yummy. I will be making this again! I did omit pecans as well.
Loved these. Used milk choc chips instead of white choc and omitted the pecans. Had a hard time telling when the brownies were done. The edges were cooked but the inside of the pan was undercooked. Had to put it back in the oven.
Excellent. Made these because i didn't have any "snack foods" in the house for the babysitter. My husband ate two before we left to go out. When got home there was one row left. :) Needless to say we finished off that row as soon as she left. Delish!!
These were a huge hit for Holiday dessert. the kids and adults went mad for them. I did not add the pecans, but used a mix of milk and white chocolate chips. The sugar was the perfect proportion; the end result was not too sweet. This are a keeper. I will def make them again!
Yup...these are perfect. The brown sugar really gives them a rich toffee like texture and they are snap to whip up. The name could not be more clever! I doubled it and baked in a 9x13..will be serving tomorrow for a tailgate party, but couldn't resist a sneak peek...they are moist, chewy, with a nice crust on top...everything you want a blondie to be! Thanks PanNan!
Terrific, I have made a few recipes for blondies from this site and they are all excellent but this one is now my favorite. It is a little cakier than the other recipes I have made and I enjoyed that. I did not add the pecans or white chocolate, I added chocalate chips instead (1cup), because I was taking these to a homecoming party and they were supposed to be for the children, although I did see a lot of adults eating them. Thanks for the great recipe.
Very very good! I have tried many blondie recipes over the years but I still haven't found one that is a kepper. Finally, my search has reached its end. I will definitely make these again - and I think that I might add some butterscotch or cinnamon chips to the batter next time as well. Thanks Pan Nan and Al Roker for such a great recipe.