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White Chocolate and Hazelnut Blondies

White Chocolate and Hazelnut Blondies

These sweet, nutty white chocolate and hazelnut blondies are simple yet indulgent, festive, yet perfect to satisfy a weeknight craving. They’re freezer-friendly too!

White Chocolate & Hazelnut Blondies // FoodNouveau.com

This is the kind of treat I like to keep a stash of in the freezer. They’re simple yet indulgent, festive yet perfect to satisfy a weeknight craving. Once baked, let them cool completely, cut in squares and store in an airtight container in the freezer. Whenever you feel like having one of those delicious blondies, take however many you need out of the freezer and let them come back to room temperature for 20 minutes. Serve sprinkled with icing sugar, or for a special treat, slathered with hazelnut spread.

 

White Chocolate and Hazelnut Blondies

Makes 12 blondies

1/3 cup [80 ml] unsalted butter, cut into pieces
6 oz [170 g] white chocolate, chopped
2 eggs
1 cup [250 ml] sugar
2 tsp [10 ml] vanilla extract
1 cup [250 ml] all-purpose flour
½ tsp [2.5 ml] baking powder
¼ tsp [1.25 ml] salt
¼ cup [60 ml] dried cranberries
½ cup [125 ml] hazelnuts, lightly toasted, peeled, and chopped

To serve
Icing sugar or hazelnut spread

Preheat oven to 350°F [180°C]. Butter and line a 9-inch [23 cm] baking pan with parchment paper.

In a stainless bowl set over a pot of simmering water, melt the butter halfway. Add the white chocolate and stir until melted. Allow to cool to room temperature.

In a mixer fitted with the whisk attachment (or with an electric mixer), whip eggs, sugar and vanilla until pale and thick. Reduce speed to medium and add chocolate mixture.

In a separate bowl, sift together flour, baking powder and salt and stir into egg mixture, by hand. Stir in dried cranberries and hazelnuts and spoon into prepared pan.

Bake about 35 minutes, or until fully puffed and golden on top. The brownies will deflate when you take them out of the oven and this is normal: you don’t want to overcook them so they remain moist and tender.

To serve, dust with icing sugar or drizzle some melted hazelnut spread on top.

Recipe Credit: Adapted from Anna Olson.

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