Blondie brownies: what is their composition?


Blondies have become such a big thing over the last year and the different flavors of blondies are such a long list.

These white chocolate brownies are first for me but they are about to become a favorite of mine for sure.

I used both Milk and White chocolate Kinder Bueno because I love the white Kinder Bueno so defiantly wanted to add these to the mix.

I love the different combinations of chocolate in this recipe and you can reduce or add more depending on how much you want in it.

The Nutella was just an extra addition to this recipe so if you are not a fan of Nutella then you can leave this out or if you would prefer to use another spread then use that instead.

These blondies came out super thick and just gooey in the middle which is how they should be. I enjoyed making these and smelling them cooking in the oven could have made me eat them straight from the oven.

Can anyone else relate?

I hope you enjoy these Kinder Bueno Blondies and I truly hope you give this recipe a go and remember to rate and report back your results in the comments below.

Kinder Blondies


• 1 cup Butter

• ¾ cup Brown Sugar

• ½ cup Sugar

• 2 Eggs

• 1 tsp Vanilla

• 2 cups Flour

• 1 tsp Baking Soda

• 1 tsp Salt

• 8 bars Kinder Bueno Candy Bars, broken into pieces

• 1 cup White Chocolate Chips


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  2.  Cream together the butter and sugars until fluffy and smooth. Add the eggs and vanilla; mix to combine.
  3.  Add the flour, baking soda, and salt and mix until just combined. Fold in the Kinder bars and white chocolate chips.
  4.  Press the cookie dough into a parchment paper lined 9 x 9-inch baking pan. If desired, top with additional Kinder bar pieces and white chocolate chips.
  5.  Bake in the oven for 30 minutes or until cooked all the way through. (AKA the center is no longer jiggly. If, as it cooks, the top looks too brown but the center isn’t fully cooked yet, cover the pan with aluminum foil and keep baking it until it’s fully cooked.) Remove from heat and allow to cool before serving.

Another recipe from Kinder

Cookie Bar Ingredients

This recipe uses simple, standard baking cupboard ingredients:

• Unsalted Butter – This delicious base adds richness to every cookie recipe

• Light Brown Sugar – Adds a nice caramel flavor and makes the cookie bars super soft

• Caster sugar – adds light texture sweetness and mixes easily into cookie dough

• Eggs – smoothes out cookie dough, and gives a rich chewy flavor

• Vanilla extract – adds a lot of flavors

• Plain Flour – Stabilizes and holds cookie dough together

• Salt – adds more flavor

• Bicarbonate of soda – leavens the dough to create a soft, fluffy cookie

• Kinder Bars – Make the perfect creamy white chocolate hazelnut filling

If you’re looking for a kinder recipe, try adding them to brownies. If you love cookies, check out this recipe for Double Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Making cookie dough

This recipe is really easy and comes together in under 30 minutes.

Start with your butter and sugar in a bowl and mix them for a few minutes until they are light and fluffy.

Add the eggs and vanilla extract and mix until combined.

Add the dry ingredients

Next, add all your dry ingredients. So this is flour, bicarbonate of soda, and salt. Knead again for a few minutes until all the flour is incorporated. Be careful not to over-mix at this point.

Unwrap all your Kinder bars and keep each bar whole.

Batter layering

Pour half of your cookie batter into the greased and lined cake tin. Use a spatula or a spoon to smooth the batter into an even layer.

Place the Kinder bars directly on top. You’re aiming to cover as much batter as possible to create a thick layer of Kinder Bar chocolate in the middle.

Pour over the remaining cookie batter and smooth to cover all of the chocolate. This will stop the chocolate from burning while baking.

Tips for Baking

Make sure your oven is preheated, as this will help the bars bake evenly. I would recommend lining the cake tin with butter and grease-proof paper as it makes the bars so much easier to pop out.

If you don’t have greaseproof paper, you can use foil.

My cookie bars took 25 minutes in the oven. Check your doneness by seeing if there is a slight jiggle in the middle. They will harden a bit as they cool. If you’re not sure, I’d recommend making them ahead of time, as they’ll be closer to the texture of cookie dough than cake bars!

When they come out of the oven, you can put extra Kinder pieces on top. This is completely optional.

bar cut

It’s best to let these Kinder cookie bars cool in the tin for at least an hour before removing them. I find it easiest to cut them once they have cooled completely to room temperature and the butter and chocolate filling have hardened again. If you want your cookie more on the melty side, cut them into slices sooner!

All that’s left to enjoy are these Kinder Cookie Bars or Kinder Blondies.

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