Bourbon Blondies with Walnuts
We're big fans of boozy baking, so these walnut brownies hit the spot. The caramel notes of the bourbon bring out the sweetness of the vanilla crumb.
Cara Cara Orange Marmalade Blondies with Chocolate Chips
Cherry-Honey Blondies with Marcona Almonds
These blondies have a crumb that is more pillowy and cake-like than chewy, making them almost a cousin of cake. They taste of honey, vanilla, and cherries, with the occasional crunch of salted almonds. With actual cherries and almonds coming into the markets, they're a perfect dish for spring.
Gluten Free Maple Brownies
These cakey bars, which combine maple syrup, dark brown sugar, and vanilla, are sweet but not cloying. The flour is a blend of white rice flour, sweet rice flour, and cornstarch. This bland flour blend allows the maple flavor to shine.
Brown Butter Blondies
Adding brown butter to traditional blondies is an easy way to increase their caramel flavor and create a delicious twist on the treat.
By Cracky Bars
For those who can't bear to choose between a blondie and a brownie, there's a dessert that perfectly marries the two: the By Cracky bar.
Peanut Butter Reese's Pieces Blondies
Texturally, these are the blondie equivalent of fudgy brownies. And smothered with heaps of Reese's Pieces candies on top, they're a festive addition to any party.
Maple Walnut Blondies
These blondies have the maple flavor and moist fudgy texture that you're looking for. And though good in their own own right, we wouldn't say no to creating a full-on maple showdown by piling on some maple ice cream or heck, even more syrup.