This recipe for butterscotch brownies is chewy and sweet. This recipe, made with butter and brown sugar, is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.
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This is one of my favorite desserts of all time! Brown butter, sea salt, and butterscotch morsels are used to make these dense and chewy butterscotch brownies.
When you’re looking for a simple yet satisfying dessert, these sweet and salty bars are the way to go. No need for a mixer!
WHAT ARE BLONDIES?
Blondies are a family favorite. Blondies are similar to brownies, but instead of using cocoa as the base, you use a sugar mixture.
Brown sugar in blondies imparts a caramel flavor with a chewy texture that is beyond sweet right down to the last crumbs.
It’s safe to say that I prefer blondies to traditional brownies.
Blondies can be made with a variety of different ingredients, allowing you to enjoy all of your favorite ingredients in blondie form.
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BROWNIE OR BLONDIE?
Butterscotch blondies are another name for butterscotch brownies. Brown sugar provides the blondie flavor, as opposed to white sugar and cocoa powder in a traditional brownie.
In any case, the combination of the delicious brown sugar base and chewy texture with the butterscotch is irresistible.
It has a caramel-like flavor that I find delicious! Combining that with butterscotch chips elevates this dessert to new heights. It is unquestionably a favorite treat in our house.
These bars are great for sharing, and we enjoy cutting them up and bringing them to parties or other events. You can tell they’re good because the plate is always empty!
NUTS VS. NO NUTS IN BUTTERSCOTCH BROWNIES
We all know someone with allergies (including myself), and because nut allergies are so common in children, it’s often best to avoid them (the nuts, not the kids).
This is especially important if you’re making these Butterscotch Brownies for a school function or bake sale.
If you know your audience and they like nuts, go ahead and nut these puppies up.
I frequently bake them with chocolate chips and/or butterscotch chips baked in (which makes them slightly sweeter), but they are also delicious plain.
INGREDIENTS IN BUTTERSCOTCH BLONDIES
Blondies are a low-key dessert made with basic baking ingredients. They’re also unusual and underappreciated, which is why I enjoy making them. Everyone loses sight of how good they are!
- The base of this blondie recipe is sturdy all-purpose flour.
- Baking Powder: Baking powder aids in the rise of the blondies.
- Salt: Salt enhances flavor.
- You can use melted butter or browned butter, but I prefer browned butter because it adds another layer of flavor to these blondies. More on browned butter can be found above.
- Sugar: For maximum flavor and ultra-moist blondies, we use only brown sugar.
- Eggs: For ultra chewy blondies, use 1 egg and 1 egg yolk.
- Vanilla Extract: Adds flavor with pure vanilla extract. Make your own vanilla extract.
- Butterscotch Morsels: Butterscotch morsels are required for making butterscotch blondies!
- Walnuts: While completely optional, chopped walnuts add a delicious texture to the dish.
- Sea Salt: Before baking, sprinkle the blondies with coarse sea salt for an extra crunch and flavor burst.
HOW TO FREEZE BUTTERSCOTCH BLONDIES?
To freeze your Butterscotch Blondies, simply bake as directed and cool completely on a cooling rack.
Once they’ve cooled, store them in an airtight container, a sealable freezer bag, or even a vacuum packing system. Simply lay the bars flat and remove any excess air.
Freeze for up to three months. I like to pre-slice my bars so that when I want one, I just take one out of the freezer and let it come to room temperature before eating.
NO MIXER REQUIRED
There’s no need for a mixer or any fancy kitchen equipment because we’re not creaming butter and sugar together (we use melted butter instead of softened butter).
This is a simple and quick recipe. There are only two bowls required: one for dry ingredients and one for wet ingredients, as well as a whisk and a rubber spatula.
- For this recipe, I prefer to use light brown sugar. You can use dark brown sugar, but I think light brown sugar is just right.
- Cook the brownies without overcooking them. When you take them out of the oven, they may not appear to be fully cooked. Allow them to cool and they will be perfect.
- Before mixing, make sure the butter is softened.
- Line the pan with parchment paper to make it easier to remove the brownies once they’ve cooled. This makes cutting into pretty squares a breeze.
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens if you put extra butter in brownies?
Incorrectly measuring butter and adding too much had little impact on the overall flavor of the brownies. This batch of brownies had a thin layer of shiny crust on top, but there were so many air holes that I couldn’t see it.
Can I use both butter and oil in brownies?
Both butter and oil will provide a moist, tender texture in brownies, but only butter will provide the aeration required for brownies to rise properly. If you’re making a cake brownie, butter is a better choice because it helps the batter rise.
What is scotch butter?
Butterscotch is a type of confectionery made primarily of brown sugar and butter, but other ingredients such as corn syrup, cream, vanilla, and salt can also be found in some recipes. Butterscotch is similar to toffee, but the sugar in butterscotch is boiled to the soft crack stage rather than the hard crack stage as in toffee.
What is the origin of the name Butterscotch?
The origins of the word butterscotch can be traced back to Doncaster, a town in Yorkshire, England, where it was first recorded. Some believe it derives from the word scorched, as the sugar is heated to an extremely high temperature. Another theory connects the term “scotch” to its Scottish origins.
What is butterscotch Colour?
Butterscotch is a hard yellowish-brown sweet made from boiled butter and sugar. 2. uncountable noun [usually NOUN noun] Something that is butterscotch flavored or colored has the flavor or color of butterscotch.
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