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I Love All of the Textures and Flavors in This Dessert! MMM!
Well, this certainly takes brownies to a whole new level! These Candied Pecan Blondies make generous use of nuts, chocolate, and honey to create a delightful blend of textures and a heavenly rich dessert.
No mixer required, and just about an hour to prep and bake! Though I am willing to put forth the effort if it’s worth it, it’s nice to be able to throw together a yummy dessert in an hour with no mixing or complicated steps. And as I love chocolate with nuts mixed in, these treats were just perfect for me to try. I’ve made these a couple of times already, and my family is so fond of them I think I’ll have to make them again soon!
These blondies also make the perfect dessert for those times when you’re cooking for a large crowd. We have a big family and I always bring this to our reunions (people would go crazy if I didn’t!), so I am very used to doubling and even tripling the ingredients. I never bring home any – these simply disappear right in front of my eyes!
Recipe courtesy of The Cafe Sucre Farine. Image credit Dana Moos.
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Quick Tip: If you don’t care for pecans, you can leave them out.