Iced Pumpkin Blondies are just the ticket for after-school treats for a hungry crowd. Libby's pumpkin and brown sugar make this treat extra rich.
by M. Mallikarjun
, Lebanon, NH on Apr. 2011
by h. hans
, brooklyn, ny on Nov. 2009
Everyone I make them for LOVES them. I ignore where it says to use cinnamon, and use my own pumpkin spice blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, ginger, and cloves. I also add two tablespoons of maple syrup to the frosting. Other people who didn't think it had enough flavor are right. These two tips will change their minds!
by J. Jennifer
, Racine, WI on Nov. 2008
The recipe is very bland, the only spice is cinnamon and it gives it no flavor at all.
I will not even attempt to try making these again.
I already found a different recipe from another cookbook that turned out perfect and tasted a lot better.
by R. R
, on Sep. 2008
this is no blondie, this is a bad version of pumpkin bars! After one piece I threw them in the garbage. Not enough flavor, very bland, too much baking powder...I could go on and on.
by A. Ali
, SAYRE, PA on Mar. 2008
Very easy to make, easy to double, and a great use for "part of a can of pumpkin" left from another recipe. Good for any occassion!
Iced Pumpkin Blondies
by k. karen
, Joppa, MD on Nov. 2007
These were so moist, and great tasting. The icing was too sugary, so I am playing around with it to weeken it just a bit. This is a great recipe...
by J. Jennifer
, GREENVILLE, NH on May. 2007
these were a big hit at a coffee breakfast, easy to make and full of yum!
Super easy recipe
by H. Helen
, LEBANON, MO on Mar. 2007
Super recipe, so easy to make and so tasty too. My family loved it. Thanks
Iced Pumpkin Cookies
by D. DEBI
, CHOCTAW, OK on Feb. 2007
This recipe was a hit with all my neighbors. I sent a plate full to all my neighbors & friends, during the holidays. Some even asked for the recipe. A single recipe makes oodles of cookies.
Moist and delicious
by J. Jack
, Trophy Clubh, TX on Jan. 2007
We cooked it in a 9x9 pan for 30 or so minutes until it was done. It was so good we will definitely be making it again!
Ah, is there nothing finer after a day in the snow than curling up on the sofa with a hot cup of cocoa?
Put this hearty egg, cheese and sausage casserole into the oven early on a weekend morning and it will be ready by the time the whole family is up. An easy holiday brunch recipe! For extra variation try different cheeses, or add some ham or bacon bits.
This Baked Potato Soup is a perfect complement to any meal and sure to warm you up on a cold day.