Blondies category is the home of all kinds including Chewy, Chocolate Chip, M&M Blondies and many more. These are all recipes I've tested over the years with notes. There are so many to choose from, so here are a few favorites.
The recipe with the most sentimental value would be the Betty Crocker Praline Bars, which are one of the first things I learned to bake as a kid. Vegetable oil and brown sugar make them extremely chewy.
Years ago my friend Katy shared what I've always thought was the best recipe ever, though that is subjective and there are so many other good ones. But these jut have a lot of good things going on.
Do you like Zero Bars? For a twist on Blondies, I made a Zero Bar version using white chips and peanuts. We liked them and they got a good review.
I recently learned that Chewy Marshmallow Blondies are also called Nordy Bars. This is a scaled down 8 inch pan version.
One of my oldest recipes is Maple Butterscotch Macadamia Blondies which is adapted from a recipe by Whole Foods. If you're lucky enough to have some good fresh tasting macadamia nuts, these are great. The maple flavor is subtle.