These White Chocolate Blondie Sundaes are a delicious chewy blondie filled with white chocolate chunks, served warm and topped with ice cream and rich maple butter sauce. They’re amazing!
First off, my apologies for not getting a new menu plan posted last Friday. I’ve just been trying to get last minute things done for my son’s wedding tomorrow, and I just ran out of time. I promise I’ll get one posted this week.
Yikes, my son gets married tomorrow!! I’m so excited for him and super sad at the same time. Oh, and of course we’ve had amazing weather with literally no rain for weeks and weeks, and it’s supposed to be windy and rainy on Tuesday. . . seriously I’m so bugged!
Enough of that, now let’s talk about how these White Chocolate Blondie Sundaes are just plain ridiculous.
If you’re an Applebee’s regular, these might look a wee bit familiar. They’re a knockoff of their White Chocolate Blondies, but these might possibly be even better. Ok, let’s be honest, they are!!!
I could totally eat the entire pan just plain, but then add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and pour the maple butter sauce on top . . . . heaven help me!
If you’re feeling adventurous, top these off with some sugared almonds and/or toffee bits, you won’t regret it.Pleeeease make sure you use a good quality white chocolate bar in these. I use the Lindt white chocolate bars.
Now if you’re really desperate then I guess you can use white chocolate chips in place of the chocolate bar. I mean desperate times call for desperate measures, right? I really highly recommend the white chocolate bar though.This is such a fabulous dessert, and even though it’s not loaded with milk and/or dark chocolate, everything about it is perfection. A buttery, chewy, warm blondie, topped with ice cream and topped with a delectable maple butter sauce poured on top. . . . are you catching my drift?
Promise me you’ll make these.Print
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Recipe Source: Blondies adapted from Taste of Home, sauce adapted from Top Secret Recipes Cookbook