I made two batches of “blondies” today, and as has been somewhat of my wont over the past few months, I took a lot of pictures while I was cooking.
I started by taking some chocolates I received for Christmas from Santa Claus:
… which were partly pulverized in a food processor, and to which the same amount of chocolate chips were added:
The chocolates were put aside. Then, flour was added to a food processor:
Baking powder, baking soda, and salt, were added:
Brown sugar was measured out …
… and added to the food processor.
A large egg was added:
Vanilla extract was measured …
… and added to the food processor:
Margarine was measured out and added to the food processor:
The ingredients were mixed with the food processor:
The mix of pulverized Christmas chocolates and chocolate chips was added to the dough …
… and the dough was blended again.
An 8″ x 8″ baking pan was lined with parchment paper …
… and the dough was transferred to the baking pan:
The baking pan and dough were placed on the centre rack in a countertop convection oven set to 350F:
The blondies were taken out of the oven after baking, and cooled for a few minutes on a cooling rack:
The blondies were lifted out of the baking pan, and once completely cooled, the blondies were cut into 2″ x 2″ pieces:
Unfortunately, the two batches I made today did not fully solidify into a fluffy cake consistency during the baking process, and fell a bit, creating a consistency like brownies.
But were they tasty? Of course!