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Anyone Have A Good Blondies Recipe?

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I've been looking everywhere, but I cant seem to find one. I have been craving some for a while and would love it if I could get a decent recipe.

thanks in advance :D

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I am new to this board and happened to be eating blondies while I read it! Brownies and blondies are my fav treats. I love, love, love the recipe from Gluten-Free Baking and More. I get their newsletter each month and last month (March) they had a great recipe for blondies.

Here is the website www.glutenfreebaking.com I think you can get a back issue for just a few bucks.

I hope this helps and I hope I posted this right.

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I, too, am in the search for a great gluten-free blondie recipe. In the meantime, if you have a Whole Foods with a gluten-free bakery near you, they make blondies. They are pretty good (I would microwave them for a bit and add some soy icecream on top, and that made them even better ;) )--theirs have nuts in them, and I'm not a huge nut fan.

If anyone else has other recipes for them, I'd love to hear them, too!

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Guest jbugsly

LOL gfbeatrice I am VERY jealous!! I have been craving Blondies for a while now...I will deffinately try out the recipe and get back with ya'll.

I wish I had a gluten-free bakery here in Utah that makes yummy treats...but alas, we dont. We do have a local bakery that makes gluten-free breads (white, bananna nut, orange cranberry and cinnamon raisin) they are delicious!! But that is about all they make :(

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Just use your old recipe, but use any gluten-free flour mix (add xanthan gum if it doesn't already have it) instead of gluteny flour.

Since gluten-free flour is a bit heavier than regular, subtract 2-3 tablespoons for each cup of flour called for in the recipe).

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