Recipe: White Chocolate Macadamia Blondies

This is dedicated to all my white chocolate lovers out there :) Because everyone who knows me knows Im crazy over white chocolate (even though half the world tells me that’s not real chocolate) Anyhow, I got the recipe from http://www.exclusivelyfood.com.au/ which is like my new favourite haunt :) Will definitely be trying more recipes from there soon!

The ingredients:

100g butter
200g white chocolate, broken into pieces or roughly chopped
50g self-raising flour
150g plain flour
90g macadamia nuts, roughly chopped into quarters
200g white chocolate chopped into small chunks
112g caster sugar
2 large eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

**I only had all purpose flour so I used that, chopped the nuts only into 1/2 because I like them chunkier and I used more than 90g as well

Melt the first 200g of white chocolate and butter in a pot in low heat, stir consistently until it looks like this and put it aside to cool for 5min. Meanwhile pre heat the oven to 170 degrees.

Mix the flour, remaining white chocolate and nuts in a bowl

Add the caster sugar into the cooled down butter/chocolate mixture, add the 2 eggs, vanilla extract and mix well

Combine both the wet and dry mixtures together and pour it into a pan lined with baking paper

Bake the mixture for 30-35min. If you have a cranky oven like mine which doesnt have ‘fan’ mode, be careful to keep checking it so that the outside does not get burnt and the inside still not cooked! (I left my oven door slightly open towards the end so the insides could cook without letting the outer part burn)

The blondie is ready once you put a fork/chopstick in and it comes out dry :) Be careful not to overbake it though! It’s supposed to be gooey, soft and moist on the inside but slight crisp on the crust.

Let the pan cool before cutting it up to pieces…

Enjoy :)

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2 Responses to Recipe: White Chocolate Macadamia Blondies

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