Every afternoon around three, editors come sniffing around the test kitchen looking for cookies fresh from the oven. Given how many cookies we make, our test cooks appreciate bar cookies.
Brownies are too often dull, and blondies (as well as congo bars, their coconut-flavored cousins) can be even worse, since they are even plainer. When we created recipes for these favorite bake sale i...
Do any come close to homemade?
Glass has long been the standard for 9 by 13-inch rectangular baking pans, but do alternative materials offer better results?
Had a chewy, full-flavored blondie lately? Or one
with coconut like this variation? No? Well,
neither had we.
Whatever happened to the chewy, not-over-the-top chocolaty brownie from our childhood?
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