Tuesday, 1 March 2016

Stuffed Blondie Bars with Oreos and M&Ms

Recently my friends and I had a cocktails and cake night. As I was being super lazy with my cocktail, I made snowballs with a bottle of Advocaat I bought at Christmas, I decided I'd make some effort with the cake part of the night and try to make something. After browsing Pinterest for something simple I thought even I could make, I came across this recipe by Averie Cooks. It's basically a blondie mix with a load of Oreos and M&Ms.

This turned out to be a real hit with the girls and almost all of it was gone when home time rolled around in the early hours of the morning. The mix of soft blondie and Oreos with a topping of M&Ms is perfect. Just what you need for a night in eating junk and drinking cocktails.

Stuffed Blondie Bars with Oreos and M&Ms

Stuffed Blondie Bars with Oreos and M&Ms

Stuffed Blondie Bars with Oreos and M&Ms

Stuffed Blondie Bars with Oreos and M&Ms

Stuffed Blondie Bars with Oreos and M&Ms

Stuffed Blondie Bars with Oreos and M&Ms

If you'd like to make these stuffed blondie bars, follow the recipe below...

Ingredients
1/2 cup of butter
1 cup of light brown sugar
1 cup of plain flour
1 tablespoon of vanilla extract
One packet of Oreos (broken up into pieces)
1/2 cup of crispy M&Ms

- Before you begin with the ingredients, line a 8 by 8 inch baking tin with foil and grease and preheat your oven to 180C.
- When you are set and all your ingredients are prepared it's time to start mixing it all together. Add your egg, brown sugar and vanilla together whilst melting your butter in the microwave. Give it a minute to cool before adding it to your mixture to prevent scrambled egg!
- When that's all mixed together until smooth, add your flour and stir until just combined, don't over do it.
- Next add your broken Oreos and stir. Pour your mixture into your baking tin, smoothing it our to ensure it's even. Place your M&Ms spread out on top, gently pressing on each one to sit them in the mixture.
- Place in the oven and cook for around 20 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean. The top should be set and the edges slightly firm. Leave it to cool for 30 minutes before slicing and tucking in.

Will you attempting these crazy sugar-filled bars of joy?
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