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These bar cookies are dense with cashew chunks, toffee bits, and plenty of butterscotch chips.

Source: Holiday Cookies 2005, December 2005
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  • BruMomma
    20 OCT, 2011
    Doubled this recipe for a church event, left out the nuts (only because I don't like nuts in my brownies) and added a little extra of the butterscotch chips & toffee bits (about an extra 1/3 cup of each). Everyone at the event was asking me for the recipe they loved them so much! The cooking time & temp was just right for this double recipe in a glass 9x13 pan. I highly recommend making these!
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  • solberhl
    25 MAR, 2009
    I think the recipe needs more butterscotch, heath or cashew pieces, to make it more interesting. For a good blondie recipe, try Martha's Brown Butter blondies. Much better.
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  • dezineliz
    28 SEP, 2008
    This is the worst recipe I have ever made. They turn out super dry. The cooking time is way too long. Definately reduce the time by 10 minutes and check it. I tried it twice and I am a really good baker. Couldn't get it to come out chewy. It was really cakey. So if you don't want that kind of blondie do not make these. Otherwise have a great taste.
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  • wl90
    26 SEP, 2008
    looks good!
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  • nana2oneboy
    23 SEP, 2008
    smg7 thanks for the pan conversion site. I'm sure it will come in handy. michaella: I think if you doubled the recipe and used a 9x13 pan, the blondie may be the least bit thicker and might take a bit longer to bake. An 8x8 pan doesn't yield very much if you have a large family or are taking it to a party or potluck dinner.
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  • smg7
    23 SEP, 2008
    Michaella: the volume of the 8-inch baking dish is 8 cups and the volume of the 9x13 pan is 15 cups so doubling the recipe won't be the correct proportions for that pan. I am sure that you could still do it and watch it as it is cooking to see when it is done. The following link is really handy, it gives pan conversions: http://allrecipes.com/HowTo/Cake-Pan-Size-Conversions/Detail.aspx Hope this helps!
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  • Michaella
    22 SEP, 2008
    Do you think you could double the recipe and put in a 9x13 pan?
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  • smakager1
    22 SEP, 2008
    Try adding coconut. Or cut up some carmel candies instead of the nuts and toffee.
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  • kbonnewell
    22 SEP, 2008
    The toffee bits have almonds in them. With Almond allergies in our home, any suggestions for a substitution. KB
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  • mainergirl
    26 JUL, 2008
    I would also leave out the cashews and add chocolate chips along with the butterscotch chips. I just love blondies!
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