NFL Brownies

Blondies with summer berries and marzipan

Blondies homemade

It was my last day at ALK Nordic last Friday. I had worked for ALK a few years back and this was a temp job for a colleague on maternity leave, so it was great to be back again and quite sad that could not stay longer this time. I was really happy to work there and therefore wanted to bake a little something for my colleagues on my last day. Regular brownies can be a bit intense and heavy, so I decided to bake a batch of blondies and added lots of mixed berries and marzipan to make it a bit more special. Very yummy! I was inspired by a recipe on bbcgoodfood.co.uk.

I had a bit of cake left over and actually had a few pieces for breakfast on Saturday…works great, nothing like a good piece of cake for breakfast on the weekend!

As a goodbye for now present I received an amazing cookbook full of delicious recipes for bread, cakes, tarts, cookies and pies. And I cannot wait to try them all out, they look so so good! Thanks ALK

You can mix this blondie recipe up as you like; use milk chocolate instead of white and one single type of berry instead of mixed. I’m sure the result will be amazing!

Here’s what you need:

Blindies with mixed berries

 

Blondie with berries and marzipan

Ingredients:

200g unsalted butter

150g white chocolate, roughly chopped

300g cane sugar

3 large eggs

200g plain flour

¼ tsp salt

Seeds from 1 vanilla pod

120 g mixed berries, fresh or frozen

50 g of marzipan, cut into small cubes

Blondies with berries and raspberry frosting

 

Homemade Blondies

 What to do:

Turn you oven on to to 180C

Melt the butter in a pan. Cool for 5 minutes, then add half the white chocolate and set aside for a couple of minutes to melt. Stir until smooth.

Use electric beaters to whisk the cane sugar, vanilla seeds and eggs together for about 2 minutes until thick and pale. Tip in the flour, salt and cooled chocolatey butter then fold in with a large spoon until even.

Pour the mix into a tin approx. 25cm x 22cm, then scatter with the rest of the chocolate, marzipan cubes and berries. Bake for 40-45 minutes or until risen all over, with a dark golden crust. Cool completely in the tin, then cut into squares.

Decorate with powdered sugar or frosting. I made a bit of raspberry cream cheese frosting and put on top of half the blondies. It was quite sweet, so thats maybe not for everyone.

Enjoy!

Blondie cakes

 

 

powderd sugar

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