These caramel apple blondies are soft and chewy and filled with apples, cinnamon and salted caramel sauce. They mix up quickly and disappear just as fast!
Fall just screams for caramel apple treats, doesn't it?
Or maybe it does at my house because I always buy giant boxes of apples in the fall because they’re so good, and then I have more apples than I know what to do with.
So of course I bake with them.
When I'm not eating them that is, and maybe dipping them in some homemade salted caramel sauce.
Because that's just plain amazing.
These caramel apple blondies are also pretty amazing though.
Soft and chewy blondies filled with apples and cinnamon with a layer of caramel baked into the middle - they really make the perfect fall dessert.
Basically, blondies are vanilla brownies rather then chocolate brownies. So adding cinnamon, apples, and salted caramel to the traditional blondie base needed to happen.
Those flavours just belong together.
If you're craving a sweet treat, these caramel apple blondies won't disappoint!
How to make Caramel Apple Blondies:
- Make sure to line your baking dish with parchment paper so you can easily lift out the blondies to cut them. If you don't have any, spray your dish with non-stick cooking spray first. Let the blondies cool completely before cutting them into squares so they don't fall apart on you.
- I used this homemade salted caramel sauce, but a store-bought caramel sauce will work just fine.
- Make sure not to over-mix the batter, or to over-bake the blondies. If you bake blondies for too long they will dry out and you won't end up with a chewy bar - if you want soft and chewy blondies, bake just until they are golden brown and a toothpick inserted in the centre comes out with a few moist crumbs on it. Start with the lower baking time and bake longer only if it's needed.
- Here are a few more amazing apple treats for you: Baked Apple Fritters, Apple Cinnamon Scones, and Apple Pumpkin Bread
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