Do you melt the white chocolate for blondies?
Simply gently melt white chocolate in a microwave or in a bowl over hot water. Then drizzle, using a fork, the chocolate over the blondies. I prefer adding white chocolate to half of the blondie. This gives you the mix between the soft blondie half and the hard chocolate drizzle half.
Does a blondie have white chocolate?
The easy answer to this is that blondies are brownies without the chocolate. With brownies, the chocolate is the main star and you might find yourself adding lots of extra!
What makes a blondie chewy?
The extra egg yolk and the cornstarch are also key ingredients for making these blondies soft and chewy.
How do you make blondies gooey?
The extra egg yolk and the cornstarch are also key ingredients for making these blondies soft and chewy. I talked a lot about why I use cornstarch in my recent pumpkin bar recipe, if you want more information on that! You can add up to 2 cups of your favorite add-ins to this blondie recipe.
Why are my blondies dry?
A word of caution when you’re baking your blondies: It is very easy to accidentally overbake these, and that will result in a dry, crumbly texture that we do NOT want. Mine take exactly 20 minutes at 350F but I would definitely start checking them around the 18-minute mark.
What makes a good blondie?
Tips for Making Blondies I like to use half light and half dark. Keep in mind that if you use all dark brown sugar your blondies will have a richer, sweeter taste and a more moist texture. Melting the butter for this recipe gives the blondies a buttery taste and a soft, chewy texture.
Why do my blondies come out like cake?
Why are my blondies cakey? Cakey blondies can be a result of too much liquid in the batter, over-baking, or under-stirring. First and foremost, follow the recipe instructions and only add 1 egg plus 1 egg yolk. That means you’ll have an extra egg white leftover when making this recipe.