White Chocolate and Caramel Blondies

Brownies & Bars · January 22, 2013

White Chocolate Caramel Blondies recipe on { lilluna.com } A soft, buttery blondie filled with caramel bits and drizzled with white chocolate!!

Happy Blonde Brownie Day! 

That’s right…. today the Nation is celebrating Blondies. I’m not really sure how this holiday came about, but to celebrate I wanted to share with you a fun AND delicious Blondies recipe with you today.

If you have never tried Blondies, I would highly recommend that you do. It’s a white version of Brownies that’s more butter-y and so yummy!

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The recipe I will be sharing with you today is White Chocolate and Caramel Blondies. The recipe came from HERE and was a huge hit with the my little family. I will definitely be making them again… and soon. 🙂

Mmmm, the white chocolate drizzled on top just makes it oh-so good!

White Chocolate and Caramel Blondies
 
Ingredients
  • Ingredients
  • ½ cup butter melted
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • ⅛ tsp. salt
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips divided into two
  • ½ cup caramel bits
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Grease an 8x8 pan.
  3. Beat together the butter and brown sugar until smooth in a large bowl. Add egg and vanilla and mix well.
  4. In a separate bowl sift together the salt and flour. Add the flour mixture to the butter mixture and mix well.
  5. Stir in caramel bits and ½ cup of white chocolate chips. Pour into pan and bake for 25-28 minutes.
  6. Once blondies are done and cool, melt remaining white chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl. Drizzle over blondies and serve.

White Chocolate Caramel Blondies recipe on { lilluna.com } A soft, buttery blondie filled with caramel bits and drizzled with white chocolate!!

{Mixing – Adding the eggs}

White Chocolate Caramel Blondies recipe on { lilluna.com } A soft, buttery blondie filled with caramel bits and drizzled with white chocolate!!

{The caramel bits and white chocolate chips are definitely my favorite part!}

White Chocolate Caramel Blondies recipe on { lilluna.com } A soft, buttery blondie filled with caramel bits and drizzled with white chocolate!!

Super, duper delicious.

I’ve grown up having blondies but never with the caramel bits and white chocolate chips. Not sure if I can make these without them now because they made the blondies so much better!

And if you’re a fan of Blondies, you make like these Funfetti Blondies, which are also SO GOOD!

Funfetti Blondies - made with a funfetti cake mix and a few extra ingredients, these babies are easy peasy!! So yummy with delicious homemade frosting on top!

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One of the best bar recipes you'll ever try!! M&M Chocolate Oat Bars - SO yummy! { lilluna.com }

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Delicious Samoa Brownies filled with brownies, caramel, chocolate and coconut.

Samoa Fudge Brownies

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paige

hi these look delish! this may be a stupid question but where do you get caramel bits? are they with the chocolate chips?

    Lil' Luna

    Not a stupid question at all, Paige. The Caramel bits are in the baking section right next to the chocolate chips. The ones I used are the Kraft brand. 🙂

Crystal

Yummy!! Looks delicious!!

Nicole

Wow, these look super-duper tasty! And, quick & easy to make.

Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust

Gorgeous! I want every day to be blondie day!

    Lil' Luna

    I agree, Dorothy!! I LOVE blondies!! 😀

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I did I miss such a delicious national day?! I would love a couple of these right now!

Ashley

Hi…This may seem like a silly question, but should I use all purpose or self rising flour? Or does it make a difference? I’m so excited about making these and I just want to get them right :o)

Michele

Just noticed there is no baking powder or baking soda……I guess they don’t need it??

Angela

Hi! These look like such a yummy twist on the already delicious Blondie! Quick question: Can you substitute chopped up wrapped caramels (the square kind by Kraft people use as a shortcut for caramel apples, etc.)? I haven’t come across the caramel bits, only the harder, ‘jagged’ (vs. rounded or ‘chip morsel’ shape) toffee pieces, so I am unsure of what a similar product would be. I only ask because I live overseas and currently only have individually wrapped caramels, the hard toffee Heath morsels (not plain; chocolate covered), butterscotch morsels as my options.! Thank you!

Haden Angrybird

heyyyyyy I tried them Lil’ Luna!! I made them for my friends and we all loved them!! so awesome and have a blessed day!!

    Lil' Luna

    Yay!! SO happy to hear that!! 😀

Liz

Yum – Thank you. Sounds so good and I love blondies.

Jackie

Is there any way that these would work in a 9×13 pan? I really need to invest in an 8×8 pan!!

    Kristi

    Made these today. Served em up warm with toffee crunch ice cream. Oh yeah!

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YAY! I am so glad you all enjoyed them!! I make these all the time and we inhale them within minutes. 🙂

Gina

just made these and they never hardened, just gooey. I wondered about the flour, I used all purpose and the salt, no baking powder or soda. They just tasted too buttery. I used the right amount of carmel and whte choc chips. It was flop for me. Gonna get an oven themoemter and check my over as well. They taste delicious though.

    Lil' Luna

    Hmmmm, not sure what went wrong. We’ve never had problems with them before. I would try cooking them at least 5 – 10 minutes longer. Sorry about that!

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