If you love Butterfinger candy bars, then these blondies are sure to be your new favourite treat. These Butterfingers Chocolate Blondie bars take the sublime taste of Butterfinger candy bars to even greater heights. The creamy, dreamy flavour of the candy bar is enhanced with delicious vanilla and scrummy peanut butter for a fantastic sweet treat that will appeal to the whole family.
- 175 grams of softened, unsalted butter
- 225 grams of soft brown sugar
- One egg
- 280 grams of flour
- 110 grams of smooth peanut butter
- One teaspoon vanilla extract
- Two Butterfingers candy bars (chopped)
Preheat the oven to 165ºc and grease a 20 centimetre square cake tin.
Soften the peanut butter in the microwave for ten seconds, so it becomes a little melted and creamy, set aside.
Beat your brown sugar and butter until creamy and light. Add the vanilla extract and egg, beating until well blended. Add in the salt and flour gradually, mixing well between each amount. Once you have formed a thick batter, fold in the chopped Butterfingers chocolate.
Pour approximately half of the blondie batter into the cake tin and smooth out, so it is an even layer. Drizzle half of the peanut butter on to the layer of batter. Pour on the remaining batter, smoothing it out before drizzling the remaining peanut butter.
Bake for approximately thirty five minutes or until a skewer comes out clean. Allow your blondies to cool completely in the pan.
Although you may be tempted to dig into these Butterfingers chocolate blondies fresh out of the oven, you will deny yourself a truly fantastic sweet treat. While you need to allow your blondies to cool completely in order to decorate them, it is well worth the wait.
The traditional way to decorate a blondie is to drizzle the top with melted chocolate. You can choose to use milk, white or dark chocolate. Either one will complement the rich taste of your blondies, but if you are undecided, you could always use more than one type of chocolate.
Cut your blondies into squares and place them on a wire rack. It is a good idea to rest the rack on a chopping board or baking tray to collect any chocolate dribbles from the decoration. Melt the chocolate, either using the microwave or a bowl over hot water, and use a spoon to drizzle zigzag patterns across the top of the blondies. If you want to be a little more decadent, you could also sprinkle a little crushed Butterfingers candy bars on top of the chocolate before it sets. Don’t be too heavy handed with this, as you could make your blondies overly sweet, but a few small pieces will work really well.
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