Updating soon! This is an old recipe from Redbook which needs a new photo. The last time I made these Peanut Butter Blondies I noted that they were soft, kind of sweet but not overly so and had a pretty good peanut flavor. I used salted nuts and liked the sweet & salty flavor.
RECIPE HERE…at least for now. If the link doesn’t work or gets moved, let me know.
I’m going to play with the recipe a bit and see if I can improve it. For one thing, it needs to have the amount of granulated sugar added! If you look at the original link, it doesn’t say. Most recipes are double this and have about 2 cups sugar total, so it’s probably 1/4 cup.
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I hope you like the peanut butter blondies. One thing I’ve learned is it’s easy to dry them out. If you cook them a little too long or use even the slightest bit too much flour, they won’t be at their best. This recipe was right on target. They tasted even better the next day.
Well, I have been lurking here for months, maybe longer, and have made many of the recipes. This is the one place I check daily no matter how busy I am. This recipe was printed out yesterday and a pan in the oven now. I love that fact that you change things based on knowledge, what you have on hand, and personal taste. I decided to use chopped peanut m & ms and some other “holiday” chocolates vs. following the exact recipe. The batter was great so hopefully the finished product will be too.
Blondies are one of my favorites, easy to make and always delicious.
I love blondies and even better, are PB blondies! I have not had a blondie in soooo long, I have had chocolate overload with the holidays, can’t wait to detox and start baking up some goodies!
“Other than the fact that I wish all magazines would put ounces/grams next to flour volumes…”
Anna, I am going to second you on this sentiment as I am devoted to my Soehnle scale and the influence of my European friends has convinced me measuring weight is the only way to bake really well.
I bet I would love these! I don’t even remember the last time I made blondies! I can’t wait to see what books you’re getting!
I must be a gourmet! I use balsamic vinegar and onions, too. It is good to get some confirmation on that. 🙂
And here I thought I was just a lowly old home cook.
Blondies, peanut-butteries, whatever you want to call them, they do look good! Love Sandra Lee, too. She’s genuine and strange–me, too! jk
Glad you liked what you made today!