Caramelized Apple Blondies

Soft caramelized apple with a hint of cinnamon. Gooey and fudgy apple blondies is all your need for this autumn season.

Ingredients

Ingredients
Servings:
Blondies
g
All-Purpose Flour
g
Butter
g
Brown Sugar
g
Apple
tsp
Salt
tsp
Ground Cinnamon
Egg
Glaze
g
Icing Sugar
tbsp
Water

Instructions

Preparing In The Kitchen
  1. Place the butter in a pot over medium heat. Let it melt and start to sizzle. You’ll first see foam on top, then it will go away and finally, you will see brown specks in the butter and it will stop sizzling.
  2. Once the butter is ready, add the brown sugar, the apples, cinnamon, salt and mix.
  3. After 10-20 minutes of minutes of mixing over medium heat, the mix will thicken and look like a caramel sauce. (This mix is extremely hot.)
  4. Once ready, pour out the mix into a bowl. We need it to cool down enough so that it doesn’t burn if you touch the outside of the bowl (please don’t put your finger in the mix). It should cool down enough so that it’s still hot, but not enough to burn you. As it cools down you will notice that it will thicken.
  5. Add the egg and quickly mix with a spatula.
  6. Add the flour and mix.
  7. Prepare a 20 cm square pan with baking paper. You can stick it in place using a bit of oil, spread with a piece of kitchen paper.
  8. Pour the batter into the pan and spread it out.
  9. Bake the blondies in a preheated oven at 180 °C for 15-20 or until a bit of cooked but gooey dough comes out if you stick a knife or skewer at the centre.
  10. Once cold, unstick the edges by running a thin knife and lift it off using the baking paper. Cut the blondies in 4-5 cm squares.
  11. Add a bit of water at a time to the sugar and mix with a whisk. It should look viscous, not liquidy.
  12. Use a spoon to make the lines of glaze on the blondies.

Preparing In The Kitchen
  1. Place the butter in a pot over medium heat. Let it melt and start to sizzle. You’ll first see foam on top, then it will go away and finally, you will see brown specks in the butter and it will stop sizzling.
  2. Once the butter is ready, add the brown sugar, the apples, cinnamon, salt and mix.
  3. After 10-20 minutes of minutes of mixing over medium heat, the mix will thicken and look like a caramel sauce. (This mix is extremely hot.)
  4. Once ready, pour out the mix into a bowl. We need it to cool down enough so that it doesn’t burn if you touch the outside of the bowl (please don’t put your finger in the mix). It should cool down enough so that it’s still hot, but not enough to burn you. As it cools down you will notice that it will thicken.
  5. Add the egg and quickly mix with a spatula.
  6. Add the flour and mix.
  7. Prepare a 20 cm square pan with baking paper. You can stick it in place using a bit of oil, spread with a piece of kitchen paper.
  8. Pour the batter into the pan and spread it out.
  9. Bake the blondies in a preheated oven at 180 °C for 15-20 or until a bit of cooked but gooey dough comes out if you stick a knife or skewer at the centre.
  10. Once cold, unstick the edges by running a thin knife and lift it off using the baking paper. Cut the blondies in 4-5 cm squares.
  11. Add a bit of water at a time to the sugar and mix with a whisk. It should look viscous, not liquidy.
  12. Use a spoon to make the lines of glaze on the blondies.

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