14 Reviews

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.

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FoodieBrowser May 27, 2012

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.

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under12parsecs November 16, 2011

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!

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Momof2kiddos January 30, 2010

Fantastic!! These were so easy to make, and they were so yummy. I will be making this again! I did omit pecans as well.

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amberk92504 January 20, 2010

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.

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Chef Babs D October 28, 2009

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!!

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Jane-Minneapolis February 08, 2009

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!

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Diet Doctor December 29, 2008

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!

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Liza at Food.com October 17, 2008

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.

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Take a Letter Maria October 06, 2007

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.

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Shannon Cooks September 10, 2007
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