Previous episode: "My Super Bittersweet Sixteen". Breaking news, you guys. I figured out how to set my DVR to record a few minutes early, so not only did I finally catch the beginning of the show, I also got to watch a stirring Teen Mom montage! Thanks, technology! But seriously, what can we do to improve birth control awareness in this country?
Contact Us. The truth is I tried them because I bought some high quality chocolate chips and was looking for an interesting way to use them. Unbelievably easy. I waste many a hours hitting surprise me on your site everyday! I whipped up a double batch of these bad boys and threw in some nuts and dark chocolate for my company Christmas party. Browned the butter.
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Although I am certain the last thing anyone wants to think about today is eating, baking, desserts or the next big cooking holiday, this recipe will usher in what I hope will be a month peppered with ideas for gifty kitchen confections.
Also, I finally have an excuse to buy a candy thermometer. Of course, this recipe is nothing new. I typically load up on whatever chocolate I have around — tonight it was milk, white and bittersweet — finely chop some walnuts or pecans, use dark brown sugar, European butter and in something you will probably sense is a theme with me, add a splash of bourbon to boot.
Gild the lily? Oh, not me. Oh no, not us. I began making them with brown butter in and have never looked back. Not all baked goods with brown butter have a toasty butter flavor you can taste in the end; these absolutely do. Melt butter in a small saucepan; I like to keep cooking it, stirring occasionally, until it becomes toasty and browned at the bottom and has an unbelievable aroma.
Pour into a medium or large bowl and whisk in sugar until smooth. Stir in flour and additions of your choice.
Scrape into prepared pan and smooth with spatula; the batter is thick and will take some nudging. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes, until lightly browned at edges but looks a tiny bit underbaked. I always err on the side of caution with baking times — nobody ever complained about a gooey-middled cookie.
Let blondies cool in pan, or just let them cool in it for 10 minutes and use the parchment sling to slide them onto a cutting board. Cut into 16 or more squares. Leftover ha! Rules are rules. That would make them cake.
I have no interest in either being cakey. I prefer them chewy, with just a little puff and crackle that comes from baking with an egg. Stir it in with the flour. New here? You might want to check out the comment guidelines before chiming in.
I Made This. I Have a Question. Notify me of new comments via email. My search for recipes is always a search for the base to more complex things — like the basic pancake recipe, which can be spiced up, substituted and tweaked until the cows come home. It is so helpful to know the ratios that make everything turn out like the thing we expect them to be like pancake-like, cookie-like, cake-like, quick-break-like, and so on. This is very interesting that you melt the butter and the sugar… I like when things get intriguing.
Is this dark or light brown sugar— have you made them with both?? Rachael — If you like adapting recipes, you should really check out How to Cook Everything. Alex bought it in his woebegone bachelor days, heh, and the entire book is recipes and then endless adaptation. The instructions are so clear and simple, and really, it has a recipe for almost anything. Of course, one of the problems with this approach is that you have to guess when, which and how many additions will be beneficial, and when you should just stick with the core recipe.
Of course this was an easy choice: all of the above! But would all of those additions be good in a cookie? Probably not. Shuna — See, I found that step brilliant. One, I wholly admit that I love the laziness involved in only having to melt and not cream room-temperature butter, because when is it ever room temperature when you need it?
I applaud your suggestion of peanut butter. Tanna — Me too! I melted, and tried to brown, the butter and then added that to brown sugar in a bowl, and beat it. Should I have added the brown sugar to the pan after the butter was browned, to melt the sugar in, and then transferred that to a bowl and beat it?
Hi JP, if you may attempt this recipe again, just melt the butter alone, not with the sugar. Sugar just needs to be stirred in :. I made it last night for my ceramics class and everyone loved it! Used Whole Foods dark chocolate chunk. Thank you for sharing this amazing recipe. And beyond, of course…. Even though I just ate my breakfast, this recipe made my stomach growl loudly.
I may have to make them as soon as we run out of Thanksgiving pie and birthday cake. For everything. It was a great night, although I am still trying to piece together what happened. I have one silly question, when a recipe calls for butter is it always assumed to be unsalted butter? I made these using unsalted butter, dried blueberries, chocolate chips and walnuts. And i have never gotten a HUG for making cookies before.
Definitely a keeper—easy recipe! Deb, thanks so much for sharing this recipe. I absolutely love dried cherries, so I tried the cherries, white chocolate, coconut and walnut version. They were to die for. I love this recipe because it can be made quickly with whatever ingredients I happen to have on hand and with very little clean-up.
I tried these today and they turned out way too gooey and I like a gooey center as much as the next person even after I practically doubled the baking time.
Did everyone else cool the butter to room temp. I love your site, your writing, your photos, the inspiration… oh, and the recipes!
Deb, just wanted to say thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe! I whipped up a double batch of these bad boys and threw in some nuts and dark chocolate for my company Christmas party. Not a crumb was left! I searched far and wide for the recipe, i even went as far as emailing, mailing and calling to company to see if they would give it to me….
So i tried ever god damned recipe i could find to see if they were similar. Oh no! For real! Good to know for the future. Sorry you learned the hard way. Thanks Deb and commenters! When I used 2T of espresso, the bourbon got lost.
Halved the espresso and it disappeared, leaving us with bourbon cubes not that we minded. Cross your fingers please. Hi, I was having a massive food craving last night and was desperate to find something I could bake with the ingredients on hand. This recipe did the trick. Thank you so much. Oh my god, I made these as a quick dessert, as well as something non-chocolate so my dad could eat them.
I added dried cherries and pecans and they were awesome! WOW…this sounds yummie! When adding cocnut how much should I add? Going to also add pecans and chocolate chips. Anyhoo, it was the variations that hooked me to try this one — I put bourbon in my blondies ;-.
I used a couple of the add-ons whiskey and butterscotch chips in place of chocolate chips! Thanks for the great recipe!
Just made these last night and brought them in to work — everyone loves them… and hates me for ruining their diets! Happy Baking! We knocked out the whole pan in a day sorry diet! They were perfectly moist. I added dried cherries, white chocolate chips and milk chocolate chips. Thanks so much for the recipe! They were quick and easy to make but tasted as if I slaved over them all day.
Has anyone noticed that they taste even better after about days of being left at room temp? I think the flavors really have a chance to meld together.
I have had to add more liquid in other recipes.. Such a wonderful recipe. Thank you! Used coconut sprinkled on top along with cashews, whiskey, and shaved dark chocolate in the batter. The semi-cooked blondie squares I removed tasted delicious though!
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Previous episode: "My Super Bittersweet Sixteen". Breaking news, you guys. I figured out how to set my DVR to record a few minutes early, so not only did I finally catch the beginning of the show, I also got to watch a stirring Teen Mom montage! Thanks, technology! But seriously, what can we do to improve birth control awareness in this country? And, even more pressing, will Matty finally ask Jenna out on a real date?
If I was less of a pansy about offending people, I'd say "Anne Franking. Oh shizz, there's a fight at school! And Tamara still hasn't talked to Jenna because she really wants viewers to like Ming instead. The fight is actually an argument between Lissa and Jake, because Jake finally owned up to kissing Jenna!
And then Lissa totally bitch slaps Jenna! But she crossed herself first so it didn't count as a sin. Just like they did in the Crusades! Valerie breaks it up and asks for the blondies Jake and Lissa to come with her. Tamara finally talks to Jenna: "They're calling it the slap heard across the Quad.
In the counselor's office, Valerie is trying to help Jake get back into Lissa's circle of trust. Lissa complains that Jake's public apology makes her look unstable, and Valerie points out that it has more to do with her twitchy eye. And, you know, her recklessness with her behymen! Jake has a chance to break up with her, but he totally pussies out. Jenna and Ming are talking in the hallway about how to mend things with Tamara.
Jenna wants Ming to act as a buffer, but she protests, staying Chinese people can't be Switzerland. He finally asks her out, and Jenna makes him actually say the words "Will you go out with me? Ming brings T to the Sanctuary and points out some graffiti: "For a sex touch call Tamara. And I want to know why Ming is so damn awesome.
Jenna shows up, and Tamara says she's not ready to forgive her. I really don't want to hate Tamara but you're not giving me much of a choice here. T also says she didn't write the letter, but she has an idea of who did. Jake, Lissa, Matty and Sadie are sitting together at lunch, and Lissa gets mad about gummi bears or something, I dunno.
The only time I really listen hard to Lissa is when she's doing a cheer about staying pure. The girls get up to find some non-carb food, and Matty asks Jake why he told Lissa about the kiss.
Jake just wanted to come clean, and I'm wondering if and when Matty will tell Jake what's up with Jenna. Finale material? Back at the Sanctuary, Tamara asks for forgiveness for saying she wrote the letter, and she and Jenna share a warm hug, which is tripled when Ming joins in.
T puts forth the theory that Matty wrote the letter, especially since he's been hiding Jenna. He texts her and says to prepare for a long drive. Also, Jenna points out that Matty is a remedial speller, and that's one of the many reasons I buy her crush on him. She knows he's not the brightest bulb, but she likes him anyway. And more and more, I agree with her! Tamara and Ming show up at Jenna's house while she's getting ready for her date.
They search her room for the letter which Jenna taped back up , and they read it aloud, citing "proof" that Matty wrote it. Jenna says they can Nancy Drew it another time, and asks them to stay in her room as she goes down to meet Matty. Tamara tells her not to look for her shoulder to cry on when Matty turns out to be the author of the letter. Ming: "Mine will be available. Teen Mom is busy showing Matty baby pictures, and I never get why people think this is embarrassing.
There's no braces or acne or bad haircuts when you're six months old. Flaunt that shizz! But then the drive takes an hour, and Jenna begins to have doubts, especially when she sees the sign for Reseda. Cut to Lissa and Sadie, hanging out by the pool. Sadie is trying to convince Lissa that Jake needs to validate his apology by defriending Jenna, and I find myself wishing Sadie would enroll in Regina George so she could gain a little more finesse.
She does get points for telling Lissa to listen to her instead of God. Sadie: "Don't pretend like you coined it. I did. Matty and Jenna are finally at the restaurant, and Jenna is horrified by the cheap, vaguely Ren Fest-y decor and Christmas lights.
Jenna, stop hating! This place probably has really good cheese fries! She starts to tell him that she knows he's trying to hide her, and then this big jolly dude Matty's uncle sits down and tells her that Matty's never brought a girl there before! Say what? Then he gives them a bottle of wine! Uh, yeah, I can see why Matty is a regular. After dinner, Matty and Jenna are make out walking into the house, and surprise, Ming and Tamara are still there!
What's with the cock blocking, ladies? Tamara instructs them in how to play a game called "What's your dirty secret? Jenna's secret: "My friends embarrass me. Matty revels that he once felt up his handicapped neighbor, but she initiated it, so Jake arrives outside of Jenna's house with Lissa and Sadie in the car. They tell him to go to the door and read Jenna a message. He doesn't even look at it before he rings the doorbell, which I frankly don't buy.
Meanwhile, Matty is doing Ming's hair! You are now an official resident of Adorable Town! Tamara asks Matty what she should do about Ricky, since he kissed another girl Jenna , and Matty says he's a douche. But Jenna thinks that Matty is being a hypocrite, since he kissed that girl at the party.
But I think we all know he wasn't into it, right? Good judgement doesn't stand a chance when bubbling liquid is involved. See also: champers. Jenna heads downstairs to answer the door, and it's Jake, who just realized that his girlfriend gave him a nasty note to read to Jenna. Instead of reading it good call, dude , he apologizes to Jenna for telling Lissa about the kiss, and you can see the sincerity in his sweet baby blues.
Jenna accepts, and then sends him a facemail that says, "Hey Commercial break, and hey, it's Mr. He's in the Three Musketeers , which I wasn't planning on seeing, because honestly, who can top the Chris O'Donnell version? Jake leaves, and Matty comes downstairs with a pore strip on his nose. Do girls still use those? Pants to you.
Now that Jake's grown a pair, maybe he can be a serious contender for Jenna's heart. He takes the keys and makes Sadie and Lissa walk home. Has anyone else found themselves unable to say "You're welcome" without the Sadie tone? Even when you actually mean it? First world problems, y'all. The gals leave, and Jenna and Matty start kissing on her bed. But, you know, use condoms, kids. I don't want to see Jenna on the next ep of Teen Mom.
Next week : It's the winter formal! And it's the finale, or is that in two weeks? I can't tell. Regardless, it looks like Jake asks Jenna out to the formal, and she turns him down! Tubin' : Analysis, discussion and freak-outs about our favorite TV shows. See More Smack Attack! They serve froyo at the school? You done good, Matty.