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Banana Blondies

Do you like brownies? Then you're gonna like blondies.

Do you like brownies? Then you're gonna like blondies. The difference is mainly that brownies are made with chocolate and there are two variants (one more compact and the other more fluffy) and their cover is crispy, with or without nuts inside or above and the blondies are clear, without chocolate. But they are also cut like brownies and are wet. They usually have a toasted taste of butter, reminiscent of the taste toffe.So now we add the banana, do you like it? Perfect, you will like this recipe that also has a coverage with blonde sugar that is dry. The banana scent when baking makes you want to cut them out of the oven. I resisted a little longer! The recipe is from Cookies & Cups.  Ingredients   Blondies Butter 110gr melted and, if you like, toast (heat it over low heat until it changes to a brown color and smell like hazelnuts: don't burn it!)
  • Egg 1
  • Vanilla essence 1 ½
  • teaspoon
  • Salt ¼ tsp
  • Flour 120g
  • Banana tread 130g
  • Butter 50g
  • Blonde sugar 100g
  • Milk 2 tbsp
  • Impalpable sugar 125g
  Procedure:   Blondies -Preheat the oven to 175ºC. Greening a mould of 20x20. Book.-Beat the butter and sugar, add the egg and vanilla and continue whisking. Finally, put the salt, flour and banana and beat until creamy. Dump to the mold.-Bake for 25/30 minutes until the center is not soft.Put the cover on him when they're almost cold. Deck -In a pot, melt the butter, add the blonde sugar and milk and mix until boiling. Remove, cool 5 minutes and add the impalpable sugar.-Dump it over the blondies and let it dry and the blondies are totally cold to cut.

Publication Date: 28/11/2018

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By: Ana María Camacjo 06 May, 2019

Me pareció una receta sumamente original y nutritiva, sobretodo, para los niños. La voy a poner en práctica.

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