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3.02.2012

Cadbury Mini Egg Blondies



Best part of this time of year.

Cadbury Mini Eggs have hit the stores.

I look forward to this  all year round. They are hands down my favorite candy. Love the crunchy shell and the super smooth milk chocolate centers. OMG

It's sad the day after Easter when candy is like 50% off, I head into the stores and stock up.

If you are an Easter Candy lover like myself, make these! Sooooo good. (even though it pained met dump a whole bag of my precious mini eggs into the mixing bowl!)



Cadbury Mini Egg Blondies
Recipe Adapted From All Recipes 

Ingredients:

2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup unsalted butter, melted
1 cup packed brown sugar
1/2 cup white sugar
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
1 egg
1 egg yolk
2 cups milk chocolate mini eggs

Directions:

In a medium sizes mixing bowl sift flower, baking soda and salt together.


Melt butter over medium heat. Once melted add to the bowl of your electric mixer. Cream together with sugars.

Add in vanilla and eggs mix until creamy.

Slowly add in flour mixture until it is incorporated.

Fold in Mini Eggs.

Spread batter into a greased 8x8 or 9x9 baking dish. Bake at 325 for about 40 minutes or until a tooth pick is inserted in the center and comes out clean.

Let the bars cool for 30 minutes before slicing.

Enjoy!



What is your favorite Easter candy?


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Additional note: I have one reader who has made these a couple times and says they come out dry. My suggestion is to perhaps try reducing the bake time? Check the bars at 25 minutes into the baking if the tooth pick comes out clean then they are done. I've made these twice now and each time they baked for about 40 minutes.

29 comments:

  1. I LOVE those mini eggs. One of my favorites too. My heart goes a flutter when I see them in the stores. These blondies are such a great idea!

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  2. I agree! Loooove Cadbury mini eggs. I always just pop them in my mouth, one by one. But this year, I'm thinking I'll save a bag to make these blondies. These look fabulous!!

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  3. These look so cute and fun! I love the idea of using cadbury mini eggs to bake with, I imagine the textural contrast is lovely. My favorite easter candy is quite strange. I LOVE white chocolate bunnies, but it has to be moderately low quality white chocolate. So bad it's good, the taste reminds me of childhood :)

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  4. These are hands down my favorite candy as well! Just an FYI, They actually make a similar product around Christmas time, that are shaped/colored like ornaments for Christmas.. So now they are out twice a year! :)

    Can't wait to try the recipe, thanks!

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  5. These are my mom's and I favorite candy too! We just got a few bags. I've been wanting to make a blondie recipe for a while now, so I might try this!

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  6. Cadbury mini eggs are my favorite holiday candy of any holiday candy, period. I am over halfway through my second bag and now I am going to go to the store to buy a third to make these this weekend. Maybe I will pick up a fourth too...

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  7. I made these today and these are so good!

    http://curiouscountrycook.blogspot.com/2012/03/cadbury-blondies.html

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  8. Just showed my husband this recipe tonight and he wants me to make them right away....off to the store I go! We love Cadbury mini eggs and this recipe looks delicious!!

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  9. Are these supposed to stay gooey?

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  10. No... perhaps you need to bake longer?

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  11. I made these last night and am taking them on a trip this weekend. Can't wait to try!! Cadbury Mini Eggs are the bomb! As soon as Easter candy comes out I find me a bag :)

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  12. I love Cadbury eggs too!! These look divine and definitely going on my must make list. Thanks for sharing!

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  13. These are adorable, can't wait to make them for myself!

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  14. I just made these and they came out completely crumbly :(

    What did I do wrong???

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  15. Hmm Hard to tell what you did wrong. I'm sorry they came out crumbly. Always be sure to measure accurately. Perhaps your oven bakes hotter than mine? If they were too dry maybe cook for less time. I've made them twice now as did a fellow blogger friend. Hers turned out fine as well.

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  16. Can you double the recipe and bake in a 9x13 pan? Just wondering if that would work...

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  17. i have made these three times and measured very accurately, however each time they come out dry and crumbly any idea what i can do differently

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  18. You can try reducing your baking time. I've made them a couple times as have a few other people I know we haven't had this issue. It's so hard to tell what is going wrong unless I'm right there watching. Sorry it didn't turn out. =(

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  19. I love this recipe! Instead of eggs, I did Easter Pretzel M&Ms and they were amazing! Thank you for the idea! http://binomialbaker.blogspot.com/2012/04/pretzel-m-blondies.html

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  20. Are you supposed to roughly chop the Cadbury eggs, or just put them in whole? -- Thanks for a terrific looking recipe for my favorite candy! :)

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    1. HI! I have done it both ways. Either way works!

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  21. Oooo they look great! Are the shells not a little sharp broken up? I've been planning on using my mini eggs up in a more creative way than eating them from the packet this year. Baked into blondies is a great idea.

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  22. Blond brownies are about my favorite treat ever--and with mini eggs? Can't wait to try it!

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  23. Hi! Do you happen to know what the measurements you used are in grams? I'm from the UK and i don't know how much is in a cup. I searched on google but seems to be giving me all sorts of different conversions!

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  24. I never tried a blondie brownie before...excited to try this recipe! Love Cadbury Eggs, and these bars look great Carrie!

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  25. So delicious!!! Thank you for this recipe!

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  26. I need to bake up some goodies to feed a hockey team next weekend (19-21 yr old young men with an 8 hr road trip home after their game). These look like something good to include in their road trip eats!

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  27. I always look forward to Easter it means Cadbury mini eggs and I can't wait to try this recipe today

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