These easy Lemon Bar Blondies are rich, chewy and that perfect combination of sweet and tart. Top with a lemon whipped cream frosting to make them irresistible.
These Apple Blondies are made with brown sugar, applesauce, fresh apples, and a touch of cinnamon. A honey and whiskey-laced Hot Toddy Glaze crowns this delicious fall treat.
These fudge-y, gluten free banana almond blondies are the perfect texture and the best way to use up spotted bananas.
All the mix-in’s for these almond butter blondies make their name quite the mouthful. We bet you wish you had a mouthful of these right now.
They’re rich, decadent and can be made in one bowl. Introducing apple walnut blondies topped with a whiskey caramel sauce, a perfect fall dessert.
Fudgy and decadent churro blondies filled with dulce de leche that are easy to make and can be served with your favorite ice cream.
Say what? This decadent dessert sounds even more enticing with this gluten-free recipe option!
Perfect for indefinite snacking, or for those times when life throws you things that knock you down and you’re yet to find the strength to get back up.
Easy ooey-gooey grain-free honey blondies that are free of refined sugar and dairy and will certainly please a crowd.
Made with nutty brown butter and swirled with sweet caramel, these blondies are true perfection.
Soft, chewy peanut butter blondies are filled with smooth Nutella for a heavenly dessert that can’t be resisted.
Chewy, soft blondies take on autumnal flavors of soft apple pieces and spices of cinnamon and nutmeg. They’re a sweet delight!
Rich, sweet, and totally addictive with a glass of milk or scoop of ice cream, these caramel butterscotch bars with brown butter are a fun dessert to satisfy your cravings.
Buttery blondies receive a touch of chocolate from Nutella and are spiked with amaretto for a truly delicious mouthful.
These superb blondies will surprise you with their secret protein-rich ingredient, chick peas.
Because figs have relatively high water content, they release a lot of juice as they cook, resulting in a moist, delicate crumb.
This recipe is so easy to put together–just one bowl, and you can toss in whatever you have (just remember to adjust the sugar if you do candy bars).