These Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Blondies are loaded with nuts from the crunchy peanut butter and sprinkled with chocolate chips throughout. The perfect PB & chocolate combination.
When I think of comfort food desserts, my mind instantly goes to brownies. They are easy to make in one pan, don’t take too many ingredients, and can be easily customized to everyone
So for my first #Choctoberfest2019 dessert I knew it had to be blondies. Different from regular chocolate brownies, blondies have a sweet dough that let’s the additional ingredients be the star. Also, using Imperial Brown Sugar leaves that sweet brown sugar taste.
How to make Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Blondies:
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
To a mixer or mixing bowl, add the peanut butter and stir to loosen it up. Add the eggs and melted butter.
Now add the salt, baking powder, and vanilla. Next, add the brown sugar. Then slowly fold the flour a 1/2 cup at a time.
Finally, add the chocolate chips. Stir to combine everything together.
Add the peanut butter brownie dough that’s loaded with chocolate chips into a 9×13 glass pan that has been lined with parchment paper. Bake for 35 minutes.
Let the blondies cool and then cut into 12 pieces and serve. And here you are…..
From our home in the Bottom Left of the Mitten to yours ~ Enjoy
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Check out all these delicious recipes from all the participants of #Choctoberfest!
Follow the other bloggers as well to get great ideas for your next chocolate craving. Here are all the bloggers who are part of #Choctoberfest 2019:Triple Chocolate Kitchen • 2 Cookin Mamas • A Day in the Life on the Farm • A Labour of Life • A Little Fish in the Kitchen • A Southern Fairytale • Amy’s Cooking Adventures • An Affair from the Heart • Bottom Left of the Mitten • Broken Teepee • Bunsen Burner Bakery • Champagne and Coconuts • Cindy’s Recipes and Writings • Cook with Renu • Cook’s Hideout • Cookaholic Wife • Crafty Cooking Mama • Daily Dish Recipes • Dixie Chik Cooks • Everyday Eileen • Fairyburger • Family Breakfast Recipes • First Timer Cook • Fix Me a Little Lunch • Frugal & Fit • Fun Happy Home • Get the Good Stuff! • Glenda Embree • Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks • How Was Your Day? • I Can Cook That • Join Us, Pull up a Chair • Karen’s Kitchen Stories • Kate’s Recipe Box • Kelly Lynn’s Sweets and Treats • Life & Medicine Blog • Life on Food • Long Distance Baking • Lynchburg Mama • Makes, Bakes and Decor • Making Miracles • Mama Needs Cake • Memories In The Kitchen • Our Good Life • Our Sutton Place • Palatable Pastime • Queenslee Appétit • Reviewz & Newz • Sarah Cooks the Books • Sarah’s Bake Studio • Seduction In The Kitchen • Shockingly Delicious • Simple Family Crazy Life • Simply Inspired Meals • Sneha’s Recipe • Style Island • Sumptuous Spoonfuls • Sweet Coralice • Sweet Dash of Sass • Take Two Tapas • That Recipe • The Awesome Muse • The Beard and The Baker • The Delicious Spoon • The Food Hunter’s Guide to Cuisine • The Freshman Cook • The Redhead Baker • The Schizo Chef • The Spiffy Cookie • The Urben Life • Trampling Rose • Turnips 2 Tangerines • Who Needs A Cape? • Wildflour’s Cottage Kitchen • Zesty South Indian Kitchen
I love a great cup of coffee. I love brownies packed with chocolate flavor. How about adding said coffee to the brownies? Sure! Add cherries? Yes! Chock it full of nuts? Why the heck not!
This is my 2nd recipe for #Choctoberfest! Just check out in the link up below to see all of the great recipes that other awesome bloggers came up with and you will see how I feel so honored to be part of this group. Along with this honor comes a great opportunity to work with one of this years sponsors, Caveman Coffee. When I received my packages of White Gold Coffee & Cocoa Butter I knew what I had to make, brownies. Better than that, they were going to be coffee brownies! In honor of my husbands birthday today I add some cherries. He loves chocolate & cherry ice cream so it seemed like a good choice. Then finally walnuts. What are brownies without nuts? Perfection!
Let’s get started! Combine sugar, flour, cocoa powder, salt and baking powder. Add the wet ingredients: eggs, butter, vanilla and coffee. Chop cherries then add to batter. Finally add walnuts. Layer in a greased 8×11 dish. Put in preheated 350 degree oven and cook for 18-20 minutes. And here you are….
From our home in the Bottom Left of the Mitten to yours ~ Enjoy!