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Ivan Titov
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During this same record-hot week, I received samples of the most amazing Indonesian teas from Atlas Tea Club. One whiff of these fragrant teas and knew I needed to use one of them in a blondie recipe I had been dreaming about.




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It was worth the early rise to make my dreams came true in these olive-oil laden blondies speckled with Indonesian black tea leaves. The grassy olive oil cuts the brown-sugar sweetness of the blondie, and the black tea leaves add a balanced malty note to the overall flavor.


2. Set sugar-olive oil mixture aside for 30 minutes, whisking occasionally. This should help dissolve some of the sugar and result in a chewier blondie. It will also allow the tea leaves to infuse into the batter.


4. Add flour and nuts to sugar-olive oil mixture, and stir to combine. Transfer blondie batter to prepared pan. Roughly crush a large pinch of salt with a large pinch of tea leaves in a mortar & pestle (or in a bowl with the handle of a wooden spoon). Sprinkle tea-salt over blondie batter.


5. Bake for 30-35 minutes, until blondie has puffed slightly and the top feels set. Let cool completely in pan. Remove from pan to cut into pieces. Store in an airtight container for a week at room temperature or up to 3 months in the freezer.


I absolutely love doing long complicated recipes because I always feel so accomplished in the end. But last week was definitely not one of those weeks for that lol. So I turned to this super simple matcha blondie recipe to satisfy my sweet tooth. These matcha blondies are the perfect balance of sweetness and bitterness. They also mostly utilize ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.


I tested this with light and dark brown sugar, and I found that I liked light brown sugar better because it was less sweet. However if you prefer a sweeter blondie, I would recommend using dark brown sugar. You can also choose to use 1/2 light and 1/2 dark.


As mentioned before, you can choose from a variety of mix ins for your blondies. Some that work well are nuts, dried berries, potato chips, and chocolate chips. You can also choose to make them without any mix ins.


Matcha blondies are the perfect dessert for any occasion! They are easy to make and taste delicious. In this recipe, we will show you how to make matcha blondies that are chewy, flavorful, and have just the right amount of sweetness.


I love blondies because they are easy to make and you can use whatever mix-ins that you want! This blondie recipe is a great starter blondie base without the matcha. The brown sugar just adds enough flavor without making the blondies too sweet. I based these off of our Mini Egg Cookie Bars and White Chocolate and Raspberry Blondies.


Matcha is a finely ground powder made of green tea leaves. It has a unique, slightly sweet flavor and is high in antioxidants. Matcha blondies are a delicious way to enjoy the benefits of matcha. This recipe is easy to follow and produces blondies with a hint of green tea that are moist and flavorful.


A brownie is a chocolate dessert that is made with cocoa powder and chocolate chips. A blondie is a dessert that is similar to a brownie, but it is made with vanilla extract instead of cocoa powder. Blondies are also often made with white chocolate chips or butterscotch chips.


If a blondie is undercooked, it will be gooey in the middle. You can tell if a blondie is undercooked by using a toothpick. If the toothpick comes out clean, the blondie is done. If the toothpick comes out with batter on it, the blondie is not done. 041b061a72


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