These White Chip Island Blondies are an amazing flavor combination of white chocolate, toasted coconut and chopped macadamia nuts. Ready in 45 minutes, these bars are a fun variation if you're tired of making the same old brownies. Great for all occasions.
great as cookies too
by s. susan
, san diego, CA on May. 2010
tried these as cookies and sold them at a fundraiser bake sale and they were a hit. Sold out in 15 minutes
Very good and easy!
by C. Cindy
, Laporte, MN on Apr. 2010
I made these for work, but left out the coconut. They were gobbled up pretty quick - a big hit!
by W. Wanda
, Somerset, KY on Feb. 2010
I MADE THIS FOR MY DAUGHTER AND FAMILY,SHE LOVES THE NUT IN THESE LITTLE TREATS. SHE SAID THEY WERE SO GOOD THAT SHE COULD EAT THE WHOLE BATCH. MY HUSBAND SAID THEY WERE THE BEST HE HAD EVER EATEN, BUT HE SAYS THAT ABOUT EVERY THING I MAKE. I FEEL SO GOOD WHEN I BAKE AND LOVE DOING IT.
by a. amy
, Church Hill, TN on Feb. 2010
I omitted the coconut. My husband is allergic. The blondies were still great.
by s. sara
, Ijamsville, MD on Dec. 2009
These are very sweet. I have a giant sweet tooth, so I thought they were delicious. Moist. Good consistency- chewy but not too chewy, not too thick or fluffy.
by G. Georgia
, Moravia, NY on Aug. 2009
I made these as per the recipe and they were great. But to give them even more tropical taste, I omit the 1/3 cup soft butter and put in 1/2 cup crushed pineapple instead. They came out moist and even tastier, and makes me feel like I'm back in Hawaii!!
Great Recipe.. really delicious
by R. Rita
, Las Cruces, NM on Aug. 2009
I made these and they are super easy. They turned out great and everyone loved them. I left out the nuts since my children don't like them. As with Chocolate Chip Cookies don't overbake them. I baked them about 19 minutes. But we tend to like our stuff a little undercooked.
Taste the Difference
by R. Ramona
, Barlow, KY on Aug. 2009
These are so delicious! I love that they are different than most blondie recipes. They have a tropical feel to them. They're perfect for spring and summer.
by V. Victoria
, MEDICINE HAT, AB on Aug. 2009
These are easy to make and taste good! I took out the coconut and used a little less white chocolate chips also decreased the cooking time about 5-7 mins.
by A. Alex
, on Jul. 2009
they were very good. gone within 5 hours i better double this recipe. Highly recommend
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