A chewy, rich pecan blondie with ice cream smothered in warm Maple Butter Sauce.
Often I am in the mood for a decadent dessert but don’t want to spend the money going out to a restaurant or leaving the comfort of my own home. That is why I have made these Apple bees Maple Pecan Blondies. You can make them at home and it will save you money too!
The melted butter of the Blondies gives it a chewier, denser texture instead of a cake like consistency, something that is unique to Blondies.
This is also an amazing Blondie recipe on it’s own even without the sauce and ice cream but if you want to make it truly decadent don’t forget the extras.;)
What are you waiting for! If you are looking for a show stopper dessert, make these blondies to wow your family and friends! Enjoy!
I made a guest appearance on Pennies into Pearls! Check out the video and get step by step instructions!
In a separate bowl mix together all-purpose flour baking soda and salt. Combine dry ingredients into let mixture. Add white chocolate chips and pecans until just combined.
Spread blondie mixture into a parchment lined 9 x 13 pan. Bake at 350° for 25 to 30 minutes. Cut into 12 slices.
Maple butter glaze-Cream the cream cheese then add melted butter maple syrup and confectioners sugar. Microwave for 10 to 15 seconds until mixture has thinned out. If a runnier consistency is desired add 2 tablespoons of milk.
Plate one large slice of your Blondie. Add a scoop of ice cream and top it off with the Maple butter glaze.
By Meagan Miller
Meagan Makes Cupcakes http://www.meaganmakescupcakes.com/
Me and my fellow Youtuber Brittany (from Pennies into Pearls) teamed up to make you low cost delicious Copycat dessert recipes. Check out Brittany’s DoubleTree Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe and Video Below!
Christmas time is cookie making time! If you don’t already have a delicious Gingersnap recipe you’ll need to add this one to your list. This recipe is courtesy of my expert cookie making friend Melissa. We’ve schemed forever to bake our little hearts out together and we finally put it into action this year!
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Cream butter, shortening and sugar. Add egg and molasses. In a separate bowl mix dry ingredients. Gradually beat dry ingredients into wet ingredients.
Roll dough into balls and coat in coarse sugar (i.e. Turbinado sugar)