Friday, September 6, 2019

Golden Oreo Blondies

Good old Oreo Cookies.  They come in darn near every imaginable flavor these days, don't they?  My husband the "not a huge fan of chocolate" guy, LOVES the Golden Oreos.  Just as a side note...who doesn't love chocolate?!  Nobody normal. 

I have been feeling some baking in my bones.  In fact, the day I baked these for hubby, I also re-shot a video that turned out blindly bright.  This time, all of my video clips were corrupt so I can tell you with confidence, I stress ate me one of these babies, OK maybe two.  I mean it depends on how you look at it, I cut one in half.  I ate them like 3 minutes apart, so I am fairly confident the calorie and fat count is less than eating the whole thing at once.  When my husband sees me do this he laughs and says, "you DO know they are still the same whether you eat half now and half later or all at once, right"?  Haha!  He is a lover of all things Blondie.  (except his brunette wife).  He asked me to make Blondies with Golden Oreos in the middle and they were awesome, so I surprised him with another batch and wanted to share them with you.  The cookie kind of melts into the Blondie and the cream is still in the center.  Oh my.  Just close your eyes and go for it. 

I make these in an 8x8 pan but feel free to use a 9x13 and bake just 30-ish minutes!

You will need:
1 cup melted butter
2 cups brown sugar (light or dark makes no difference)
1-2 tsp vanilla extract
2 cups all purpose flour
1/3 cup butterscotch chips
1/3 cup vanilla chips

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F. 

I used just a whisk and spatula but feel free to use an electric mixer or stand mixer.
In a bowl combine melted butter, brown sugar and vanilla, whisk until smooth and combined.  Add in eggs and whisk, again until combined.  Pour flour into the mixture and using a spatula just stir and fold until combined.  I add the chips in halfway through so I don't have to mix any longer than necessary. 

Line your pan with parchment (easier to just pick them up out of the pan)  I still spray the sides with nonstick spray.  Spread mixture in pan and then add Oreos.  If you squish a lot of batter out between them just spread it around when you are done.  You can place these on top to, but, I like pressing them down about halfway.  These are a really thick, chewy Blondie.  Bake for approx 40-45 minutes.

Let cool for at least 20 minutes IN THE PAN!  They need that time to carry over bake and set!

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