6 August 2015

Clare's Raspberry And White Chocolate Blondies


(Makes 12 blondies)

2 large handfuls of fresh raspberries
100g bar of good quality white chocolate
1 handful of white chocolate chips (optional)
1/4 cup of unsalted butter (at room temperature)
1/2 cup of caster sugar
2 large eggs
a dash of vanilla extract
1 cup of plain flour
icing sugar
small pinch of salt


♥  Pre-heat the oven to 170 degrees celsius/150 degrees fan.
♥  Lightly grease an 8" baking tray with butter.
♥  Melt chocolate using either microwave or bain-marie.
♥  Sieve flour into a mixing bowl and add salt.  Combine then set aside.
♥  Beat together butter and sugar until light and fluffy.
♥  Add eggs and vanilla to butter and sugar mixture then stir in melted chocolate.
♥  Stir in flour and salt until just combined.
♥  Gently stir in raspberries (and white chocolate chips).
♥  Spoon mixture into baking tray and spread evenly.
♥  Bake for approximately 40 minutes.  Your blondies should be golden brown and a knife should come cleanly out the centre.
♥  Cool in tray.
♥  Cut into squares.
♥  Dust with a little icing sugar.
♥  Enjoy!

Love Clare


This post was styled, written and photographed by Clare.
The blondies pictured were made by Clare.
Clare was made by Heather.


  1. Love it !!! Beautifully styled, beautifully written, beautifully photographed and beautifully made - both Clare and Blondies xxxxxxx

  2. Ps: Loving the new header bar too xxx

  3. Well done, clever girl...! That's definitely one to bake when we go back home. I love how she's styled the ingredients with fairy lights..... You can't go wrong with them.... Have a lovely day! cheerio from sunny Spain, Pati x

  4. They look amazing. one for the recipe book :-) xx

  5. That last bit was genius! loved it. How are you? Been catching up...... Xxxxx

  6. Nicely done Clare, on all levels. (And well done Heather) x

  7. Clever Clare! They look fabulous.
    Matiannex x

  8. I made this today. I did not add the extra white chocolate, nor the icing sugar. It is (only just, very nearly Was) simply delicious! I wonder if it freezes well, does anyone know? Yummo x

    1. Oh I'm so glad they turned out well! I asked for a little advice and, yes, apparently your blondies should freeze very well. You could try separating them with greaseproof paper so they don't stick together. :-) x

  9. ohhh so delicius sweet you share with us...thank you!!


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