White Chocolate Raspberry Blondies

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Decadence at its finest, these White Chocolate Raspberry Blondies are sure to impress anyone. The perfect chewy texture, combined with juicy, tart raspberries make these treats unforgettable. 

Decadence at its finest, these White Chocolate Raspberry Blondies are sure to impress anyone. The perfect chewy texture combined with juicy, tart raspberries make these treats unforgettable.

It comes down to the basics. Are you a chocolate person or vanilla? I am 100% vanilla and so is my husband. We basically refute chocolate in our house. Chocolate ice cream is forbidden. Never is there a time that chocolate chip cookies are awaiting us in the cookie jar. And there is rarely a chocolate bar in sight. Chocolate just isn’t our thing. We like it well enough in small doses but it just doesn’t do it for us, you know? Maybe not. Maybe you are an extreme chocolate hoarder and find that there is nothing better than a big ol’ brownie. Don’t be offended but you should know we have a slight inclination towards blondies. Can we still be friends?

Decadence at its finest, these White Chocolate Raspberry Blondies are sure to impress anyone. The perfect chewy texture combined with juicy, tart raspberries make these treats unforgettable.

Just look at those gorgeous chunks of juicy, tart raspberries. Have you ever seen a more beautiful sight?Decadence at its finest, these White Chocolate Raspberry Blondies are sure to impress anyone. The perfect chewy texture combined with juicy, tart raspberries make these treats unforgettable.

Blondies are a work of art. They can’t be over baked, otherwise they dry out. And no one ever said they wanted seconds of a DRY blondie. The baking time is crucial. You want to take out the blondies when they are slightly underdone.Blondies require much more flour than a typical brownie because they lack the starch that comes from the chocolate. By using the perfect amount of flour, combined with just enough baking powder, you will have the perfect chewy texture. Chewy white chocolate raspberry blondies, please tell me who would argue with that?

I tend to be a bit of extremest so white chocolate chips just wasn’t enough for me. I just had to finish these gorgeous bars off with a drizzle of white chocolate for good measure. True white chocolate lover over here.

Decadence at its finest, these White Chocolate Raspberry Blondies are sure to impress anyone. The perfect chewy texture combined with juicy, tart raspberries make these treats unforgettable.

Truth be told, I can always judge how good a recipe is by how fast it disappears at our house. The whole tray of blondies lasted all of about 3 hours. Every time I walked by the pan, another one disappeared. I kept blaming my husband, he kept blaming me. It was a vicious cycle. Eventually we jointly blamed it all on Baby Stella. What 10 month old can resist a white chocolate raspberry blondie?

Try these and I bet they will disappear at your house too. 😉


White Chocolate Raspberry Blondies
 
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Decadence at its finest, these White Chocolate Raspberry Blondies are sure to impress anyone. The perfect chewy texture combined with juicy, tart raspberries make these treats unforgettable.
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Serves: 12 Large Bars
Ingredients
  • 1½ Cups All-Purpose Flour
  • ½ Teaspoon Salt
  • 1 Teaspoon Baking Powder
  • 1½ Cups Brown Sugar (light preferably)
  • 1½ Sticks Butter (12 Tablespoons), melted
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 Tablespoon Vanilla
  • 1 Cup Fresh Raspberries
  • 1⅓ Cup of White Chocolate Chips, divided
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 350°. Line a 9x13 pan with foil. Spray the pan with nonstick cooking spray, set aside.
  2. In a bowl, combine the flour, salt and baking powder.
  3. In a separate bowl mix the sugar and the butter until well combined. Whisk in the eggs and vanilla. Fold the wet mixture into the dry mixture using a rubber spatula. Do not overmix.
  4. Fold in the raspberries and 1 cup of white chocolate. Pour the batter into prepared pan. Bake for 23-25 minutes or until the blondies have started to turn a light golden brown and the tops have cracked just slightly.
  5. Melt remaining ⅓ cup of white chocolate. Drizzle over the blondies. Cool completely before cutting.

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Comments

  1. says

    I HATE CHOCOLATE. Always ashamed to say it because I get super weird looks, but since you said it first….. I’m actually not the hugest dessert fan at all (I know). You have my mouth watering for these though! Also – can we talk about how easy that recipe list is? I started counting the items and half of them are kitchen staples that don’t even count. Score!

    • Mariah Mercurio says

      I know! It is so funny that if you are a girl you are supposed to automatically LOVE chocolate!Sometimes it just doesn’t work that way 😉

  2. says

    Mariah – I am more of a vanilla girl myself. I always prefer a vanilla based ice cream over the chocolate option. Although I do like chocolate, I don’t like when it is extremely overpowering. Thank you for sharing this blondies. They look like a wonderful treat. 😀

  3. says

    I’m all about vanilla, too! I much prefer that over chocolate ice cream or cake. However, my husband is a chocolate lover all the way. These blondies look fantastic, Mariah! I love that you used white chocolate and raspberries. Sounds like the perfect treat! Pinned!

    • Mariah Mercurio says

      At least you don’t have someone in the house who steals all your vanilla goodies…my husband on the other hand, I have to fight him for my treats! He would have devoured that berry vanilla fruit salad you made the other day!!

  4. says

    So I am a total blondie girl too. I like some chocolate but I am not a huge fan of chocolate cake or anything. But I love a good blondie recipe. Yay we are true friends, hehe. PS these look amazing and I am so making them this weekend! Pinned! 🙂

  5. says

    Okay, well, I have to say that I’m unable to join your chocolate aversion group. I LOVE chocolate AND I love vanilla. There’s really not a whole lot that I don’t like and these blondies look amazing! The white chocolate and raspberry combo is a perfect pair!

  6. says

    Ugh, I don’t think we can still be friends now, Mariah. Kidding, you’re too adorable to let vanilla come between us 😉

    I lovelovelove raspberries and white chocolate in desserts – these blondies look so perfect to me!

  7. says

    I like chocolate when I eat it, but I always think of myself more as a vanilla person too! And I just love a good blondie, and raspberries and white chocolate just happen to be one of my favorite combinations! I don’t think these would have lasted long in our house either 🙂

  8. says

    I’m a choc-a-holic, and not a day goes by where I don’t have some…BUT that doesn’t mean I don’t completely love and appreciate non-chocolate desserts! I love vanilla, and fruity blondies like these. These look so decadent and delicious!

  9. says

    Dear Mariah, I am an equal opportunity person- chocolate and vanilla are both welcome in my home! These blondies sound beautiful with the bits of fruit and drizzle. Pinning! xo, Catherine

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