Toffee Crunch Blondies

I must say that I love not being in school. One of my older sisters (who shall remain nameless but may be my co-blogger) told me that she likes me more now. Well actually she said I was more fun but same thing!  Technically I am  in school but placement leaves more time for baking than usual university life. Or perhaps being at home makes me less stressed. I am sure once it gets closer to board exams in May, the baking will subside but for now its keeping me busy!

This past Tuesday, a couple of my classmates and I had to do presentations to some of the pharmacy staff at the hospital. I happily volunteered to bring in some treats much to the worry of my fellow presenters who thought this may lure a larger audience. However I figured if people were eating yummy squares they would be less focused on the presentation, particularly mine since public speaking causes me mild anxiety.

I have made this recipe a couple of times  for bake sales at school and for family. They are so easy to make which was always great when I was making them while studying for a midterm.


The recipe is from the back of the Chipits Skor bag. Sometimes you find great recipes in the oddest places!

Chipits Toffee Crunch Blondies

1.    Beat ½ cup softened butter with 1 cup of packed brown sugar and 2 eggs until well blended.
2.    Stir in 2 cups all-purpose flour, 1tsp baking powder, ½ tsp baking soda and ½ tsp salt; mix well.
3.    Stir in 1 cup of toffee skor bits. Add 1 cup of chocolate chips, if desired.
4.    Spread evenly in greased 9×13 inch baking pan.
5.    Bake at 350 for 23-28 minutes or until golden brown.
6.    Remove from oven and immediately sprinkle evening with remaining skor bits.

2 responses to “Toffee Crunch Blondies

  1. They look like quite a tasty little treat!

  2. These are great! We don’t add in the chocolate chips, instead we sprinkle them on top the last few minutes the spread all over and finish by sprinkling the skor bits on top! These are great with cold milk and ice cream!

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