White Chocolate Chip Blondies – Recipe by Laura Vitale – Laura in the Kitchen Episode 148

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25 Replies to “White Chocolate Chip Blondies – Recipe by Laura Vitale – Laura in the Kitchen Episode 148”

  1. These are amazing! Made them today. I couldn’t find white chocolate chips so I just broke a white chocolate bar. Even so, the pieces were bigger, but it was so delicious, chunky, and creamy. Best blondie recipe ever!

  2. Dear Laura, I just made these and my godmother and everybody else who ate it just loved it! They even took some home! Thank you so much for this delicious, yet simple recipe!!!

  3. enjoy your recipes, however, having to go through thousands of recipes to find the one on the video is so frustrating even the sorting takes times and there is no search bar πŸ™ I would appreciate if the link directly to the recipe could be posted on the videos πŸ™ can't be in a hurry when trying to find one…

  4. Sorry to let you know Laura but this wa s a complete failure. It came out as a tea cake.. Fluffy.. Not at all like a blondie.. I did have a doubt when u said baking powder but I went ahead and added cos I trust your recipes. But this, big disappointment.

  5. Never heard of these until recently when a friend bought these for dessert at Thanksgiving — DELICIOUS!! I'm definitely going to give these a try!! Thanks Laura!! I've been watching you for years, but I'd never seen this video! LOL!! Thanks so much for bringing your joy to us through food! πŸ™‚

  6. hi laura. i made these today but they didn't come out like yours they turned out like a cake texture. can you tell me what did i do wrong? although i didn't put white chocolate chips and i replaced the sour cream with whole milk. does that affect with being it like a cake texture? Β 

  7. I've made these before and they turned out delicious, but I noticed that when I baked mine they didn't brown nearly as much as yours did, is it because my pan was a lot lighter in color than yours? Oh and I also doubled the recipe and put it in a 9×13 pan and baked it for about 30 min. They were still just as delicious but I think I would've wanted them to be browner

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