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Dirtying as little possible of bowls when baking is my kind of recipe.
Seriously, I love to bake. When it comes to family gatherings or the holidays I am always the joyful baker. However, I do not like to wash dishes or cleaning up after all the fun stuff is over. So, you can imagine my delight when I heard about this one-bowl wonder. You mix up all the yummy ingredients in one bowl and then pour them into a well-greased baking dish. Simple!
This is a great recipe to allow children to help with. My 5-year-old niece loves to stir the bowl…and eat the chocolate chips. I think I like to do that last part, too 🙂 Coconut chocolate chunk blondies is a recipe that’ll go down in history as an amazing dessert.
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Quick Tip: Always make sure to allow the bars to completely cool before cutting.