Sunday, February 23, 2014

Blonde Brownies/Blondies

After three month complete rest,finally i turned up my oven for baking today. My today's bake goes for Home Baker's Challenge, a monthly baking event where we bake varieties of baked goodies every month.Sharanya of Just Not The Cake, the host of January month suggested an interesting theme and the theme for the month is 'American Food Holidays'.

Do you know that : January 6 - National Shortbread day .
                              January 16 - National Fig Newton day.
                              January 21 - National Granola Bar day.
                              January 22 - National Blonde brownie day .
                              January 23 - National Pie day .
                              January 29 - National Corn chip day

Quite interesting na!!

Coming to today's post, i chosed Blonde brownies suggested by Sharanya from 6 wonderful bakes she went for. Happy that i baked this fantastic brownies and everyone at home simply enjoyed these irresistible brownies, trust me they just vanished within few minutes. I just followed the original recipe suggested by Sharanya and didnt changed anything. If you want to make small batch of these blondies just divide the quantity of ingredients as half and just go on.Am sure you will regret if you prepare these blondies in small batches coz they are seriously very addictive and everyone at home will definitely bug you to make again.Thanks Sharanya, for pulling me to make these wonderful blondies.Its 4th sunday of the month and since i belong to a group of friends who blogs on sunday for the event Let's Brunch On Sundays am posting this fantastic blondies.


Recipe Source: All Recipes
2+1/4cups All purpose flour
2+1/2tsp Baking powder
1/2tsp Salt
1+3/4cup Packed brown sugar
3/4cup Softened butter
3nos Eggs
1tsp Vanilla extract
1cup Semi sweet chocolate chips

Sieve the flour with baking powder and salt in a bowl.

Preheat the oven to 350F, grease a square brownie pan and keep aside.

Beat the butter and sugar together in a bowl until they turns creamy.

Beat in the eggs one by one and vanilla extract.

Gradually add the flour mixture,stir in the chocolate chips.

Transfer the batter into the prepared pan.

Bake for 20-25minutes or until the top turns golden brown.

Cool completely and slice as squares.

Enjoy...

15 comments:

  1. seeing all u gals' pictures..i thnk shall giv it a try soon

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  2. Yummy, mouthwatering brownies. After seeing this my daughter is asking me to make it now.

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  3. well baked and very tasty.............

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  4. Absolutely yummy blondies priya..I so long for them !

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  5. Fantastic blondies, so perfectly baked :)lovely presentation aks !!

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  6. Live those brownies, luks perfect...

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  7. So tempting :) They look so soft & spongy!! Lovely pics!!

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  8. Missed u priya. Happy to see u back! Blondies are making me hungry!

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  9. wow..blonde brownies looks so so delicious and tempting, you have baked it perfectly..neat presentation Priya..nice :)

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  10. I am a big big fan of blondies Priya. I love them a lot. I make them eggless f course, These look so plump and yummy@@@ Why the three month rest for your oven?

    Shobha

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  11. I am sure you are feeling great to be back in your own kitchen. Blondies look perfect!

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  12. Blondies look tempting...very delicious

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  13. fantastic blondies ..looks so moist n very tempting

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