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lowcountryheather on 5.21.2011
I made these last fall for a girl’s weekend, and they were a big hit!!!
lesia on 11.15.2010
I loved the flavor of these but had a difficult time getting the center part done because the batter was so thick–had to cook them about 15 minutes loger to get the center done and by that time the outside ones were getting dark along the edge. I might try using a larger pan next time to make the batter thinner. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
mrsritz on 11.6.2010
These are in the oven right now and the smell is intoxicating. My son couldn’t stop licking the bowl! Promises to be an excellent Fall dessert. Taking the bars to church tomorrow for a luncheon.
llhh on 6.22.2010
these are great! i have made the recipe about four times since it has been on tasty kitchen. they make great food gifts. if you are giving as a gift, i recommend lining the pan with parchment paper. parchment is the way to go if you want to be able to cut into neat squares. and as the recipe suggests, let cool completely. preferably in the refrigerator, as to get the best cut. i added walnuts to the recipe and it turned out very good. and one more thing. once the butter is whipped and you add the pumpkin and let that beat up, you will have a very hard time not eating the batter at that point. but then when you add the other ingredients and finish the batter, it is even more tempting not to eat the batter. now i see why there are people who eat batter. this is definately a good tasting batter on its own! thanks for posting the recipe.
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darcy17 on 11.9.2010
Yummy & addictive. Great recipe. Thanks.
ericanicole234 on 6.25.2010
made these tonight! They taste great.. but are extremely cake-like…. are they supposed to be like this or more dense?
Either way they are delicious. Maybe next time I will grind up the coconut instead of using flakes… I wasn’t a big fan of the texture of the flakes.
llhh on 12.26.2009
Thanks for posting the recipe and photo. They were delicous. It was the first time I had a blondie. They are a great addition to a gift basket.
erinelizabeth on 11.29.2009
Took longer to cook then the 35 minutes. Tasted more like pumpkin bread to my family. It wasn’t bad.
prairieprincess on 10.22.2009
They were so moist I thought I had messed up! I was quickly assured by my family that they were PERFECT. Great recipe, will definitely be making again.