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I’ve made a lot of gluten free desserts in my day, and it’s usually hit or miss whether they’ll be good. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve made some good ones (like these!) but you never know until you try it.
But these. Oh, these blondies. They’re fudgy and chewy and rich. With a buttery, nutty flavor that includes hints of caramel. A sprinkle of crunchy Colima Sea Salt at the end that makes them pop and sing. They’re the kind of thing that you put out a plate of and turn around and they’re gone.
Now, these gluten-free blondies aren’t Paleo, but they could easily be made that way. Just swap out the sugar for a more Paleo friendly version, like coconut sugar or honey. Then you’ve got yourself a Paleo-friendly treat that will rival any traditional blondie you compare it to.
Don’t try to add anything else to these. Maybe it’s just me, but when I’m making a brownie or blondie recipe, I try to cram something (usually nuts, tbh) extra into the recipe. But these don’t need it. And since the base is mostly made of nuts, you already get that toasty nuttiness. Just make them as is — they’re be a hit, I promise 🙂