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They’re like chewy cookies and a butter cake rolled into one. And these White Chocolate Snickerdoodle Blondies are chock full of all of the great flavors of the fall and holiday baking season. I loved how moist and flavorful these were. And with only 15 minutes to prep (a total of two hours time to make, including cooling time), a recipe that freezes well (and keeps well in the refrigerator), and a yield of 20-24 bars per batch, it’s the perfect sort of dessert for a party or large family gathering.
You actually can use a 9 x 9, 11 x 7, or 9 x 13 pan to make these, though 11″ x 7″ seems to be the best fit for a “happy medium” thickness. But, you know, I’m a sucker for thick bars so I always choose my baking pan accordingly!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Sally’s Baking Addiction
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