Granny Smith Brownies (Blondies)

Granny Smith Brownies (Blondies) created by BLUE ROSE

Haven't tried these because of the amount of sugar in them, but will try with Splenda, or a combination of Splenda and sugar. Remember to adjust cooking time if using Splenda. Time does not include cooling time.

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  • Heat oven to 350°F.
  • Grease a 15 1/2x10 1/2x 1 inch jelly-roll pan.
  • Mix flour, baking soda, salt and cinnamon in a large bowl.
  • Whisk oil and eggs in another large bowl until blended and smooth. Stir in sugar and vanilla.
  • Stir flour mixture into egg mixture until blended. Stir in apples, nuts and raisins or Craisins. Mixture will be very stiff.
  • Spread evenly in prepared pan.
  • Bake 40 to 45 minutes until top is golden and toothpick comes out clean.
  • Let cool completely on wire rack. Cut into 40 squares.
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"Haven't tried these because of the amount of sugar in them, but will try with Splenda, or a combination of Splenda and sugar. Remember to adjust cooking time if using Splenda. Time does not include cooling time."

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  1. Bluegrassgirl
    Never had a blondie before that I can recall, but these are very tasty and remind me more of a sweet apple bread. They seem to be missing the chewy denseness of brownies that I like so much, but I will make this again as apple bread because I liked the flavor a lot. Thanks for the recipe!!
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    Granny Smith Brownies (Blondies) Created by BLUE ROSE
  3. BLUE ROSE
    These are delicious! Thanks to Miley's help I was able to change this a bit for my diabetic ss. I chose to put One part sugar and 2 parts splenda. Everybody loved how moist and how good they came out. You could not tell I changed this recipe for him. Highly recommend on making this nice dessert.
  4. LilPinkieJ
    Oh these are so good. I wanted to make these more diabetic friendly, so I swapped out the sugar for splenda and the oil for applesauce, which really went quite well with the apples in the mix already! I used craisins and pecans too. They didn't set up quite as firmly as I'd like to have had them, but with the changes made, it is to be expected. I will be making these next Tuesday night for a church group that is focusing on living healthy. I think it will turn a few heads when they see this dessert heading their way! Made and Reviewed for Diabetic Tag - Thanks! :)
  5. lauralie41
    Wonderful recipe mikekey, we really enjoyed these brownies. I did use chopped pecans and golden raisins since that is what I had on hand. The amount of sugar did raise an eyebrow but like the other reviewer mentioned they were not overly sweet at all. I think craisins would be very tasty and will give them a try next time. Made and reviewed for Please Review My Recipe tag game.
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