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Thread: Beautiful Blondies

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    Beautiful Blondies

    Just found this recipe and we have already eaten about half the pan.

    Blonde Brownies
    2 C Bisquick (or similar mix)
    2 1/3 brownn sugar
    4 eggs
    2 C chopped pecans or nut of your choice

    Mix first two ingredients. Mix in eggs and nuts. Pour into greased 9 x 13 pan and bake at 350' for 30 minutes.

    I let it cool in the pan. I also use parchment paper so it is easier to just lift the whole pan of brownies and doesn't require greasing the pan. Enjoy. This recipe is dangerously easy.

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    Going to try it! Sounds yummy and so easy to make..........my kind of recipe!
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    Oh wow, I'll be making these today! I can't wait to taste them.

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    Ohsue just. Checking but the br sugar is that 2 1/3. Cups

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    I was wondering about the sugar measurement too.
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    This is the second time I have made it and is it supposed to stay gooey in the middle with a firm crust on top? Even after completely cooling the middle is still goody. Tastes very good but awfully sticky in the center!

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    I mean the middle is still gooey, sorry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Illinois Quilter View Post
    I mean the middle is still gooey, sorry!
    I double checked my recipe and that was the right amount of sugar. They did come out a bit soft in the center but it set up when they cooled a bit, of course at my house they were nibbling at the edges while they were still warm.

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    These sound so yummy! I think I might try to make them to take to our Midnight Madness Quilting tomorrow.

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    I did make them for last night and the only drawback was that I didn't even have any brownies left! Lol They were sooo yummy and everyone gobbled them up.

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