Biscoff Blondies | Easy Bake Recipe

I am not a baker, in fact I find it quite stressful and not all that enjoyable. I have, however, like most people, done a bit of baking in lockdown. One of  the things I tried was Biscoff Blondies. I followed the recipe by Jane's Patisserieit's pretty much fool-proof and the end result was amazing. So much so, I've made them again this week. I've made a few little changes to the recipe, partly due to the ingredients I had in my cupboard and because a few tweaks just worked better for me.

Ingredients:
200g melted butter
125g caster sugar
125g demerara sugar
3 eggs
1 tsp Vanilla Extract 
275g plain flour
1 tbsp cornflour
200g white chocolate chopped into chunks 
220g Lotus Biscoff Spread
60g of Lotus Biscoff Biscuits

Start off by preheating the oven to 180 degrees and getting the baking tin ready. Jane recommends lining a 9x9" square tin with parchment paper. I use a small rectangular tin which is about 30cm by 20cm. I also grease the tray with melted butter.

In a big bowl melt the butter (the microwave in 20 second intervals works just fine) then add both the sugars and mix. 

Beat the eggs and add them in with the vanilla before mixing again. Add the flour and cornflour and mix.

Break up the white chocolate into squares and then cut it up further with a knife. This then gets folded into the mixture before adding the Biscoff spread. Rather than swirling it on the top I mix it through the mixture. This makes it a bit more gooey throughout.

Spoon the mixture into the baking tray and spread it out. Add the chopped up biscuits on the top. I just crumble them so that you get a variety of chunks and crumbs. 

Pop the tray into the oven for 25-30minutes. I leave it in the tray to cool for 15minutes then put it in the fridge for an hour before cutting it up. This helps set the blondies a bit more, especially because of the spread being through the middle of the mixture..

I keep mine in a cake tin in the fridge. It'll keep for a few of days but it's not likely to last that long in our house. I have to box it up and give it to family to stop myself swapping out my meals for a bit of Biscoff Blondie. You can either eat it straight from the fridge or heat a bit up in the microwave for 10-20 seconds. Delicious! Definitely one to try out this weekend and share with family or friends.
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