Mango, Peanut and candy Bar blondies

A Blondie is a RICH  dessert bar.

Mainly consists of Eggs, flour, baking powder or and soda, brown/white sugar, butter and vanilla. They are the not-brown brownies, loosely explained. 🙂

Well I got the season’s first mango in the kitchen and lept on one of it to make mango blondies. To give a little contrasting flavour, I added salted Peanuts and some crunchy candies [Kit kat and Bar one].

Here is all you shall need to make this batch of blondies:

1/2 Cup………………… Butter

1 Cup………………….. White Sugar

1 Cup…………………. Light Brown Sugar

1 Tsp…………………… Vanilla

2 Large………………. Eggs

1-1/2 Cup……………..  Flour [AP]

3/4 Tsp……………….. Baking Soda

1/2 Tsp………………. Salt

1 Medium Size……… Mango [Peeled and chopped in cubes of an inch]

1/4 Cup……………… Salted Peanuts

1 Cup……………….. Candy Bars of your choice [chopped in chunks]

Method:

  • Pre Heat oven to 180-190 degree C.
  • Melt Butter, let it cool.
  • Add Sugars, Vanilla to the butter and beat for about a min.
  • Add one egg at a time and beat until the mixture is glossy and smooth.
  • Whisk flour, Baking soda and Salt.
  • Add to the butter mixture.
  • Stir in half of the mango, peanuts and candy bars [Other half of the 3 shall go as a topping after pouring the mixture in the baking tin.
  • Grease the baking tray and pour the mixture carefully.
  • Spread the remaining Mangoes, peanuts and candy bars on top.
  • Let it bake for 35-40 min.
  • Cool completely and cut into bars.

These can be good as a gift to someone as well.

Cheers!

Submitting this at: Bake fest #6 

 at Easy to make snacks under 30 min.

at I Love Baking

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