Chocolate and butterscotch chips are mixed through a brown sugar batter and baked until just set in the middle! These are like brownies only better, and make the perfect snack with a cup of coffee.
Butterscotch blondies are made with brown sugar and don't have any cocoa powder in them like a brownie would have. When the brown sugar and butterscotch bake together, they end up making something that resembles a caramel flavor and along with the regular chocolate chips, the flavor combo is heaven.
Be careful when you're baking these, after some trial and error I'm pretty happy with the consistency on the inside of the blondies. They should be soft and will continue to firm up as they cool.
FAQ's about making chocolate butterscotch blondies
Is the sea salt really necessary? I think It is, I love the salty-sweet flavor and chocolate always benefits from a little bit of salt. Try it, I think you'll love it!
How should I store these blondies? The best way to store them is in a fully sealed container. This will keep them soft for a day or two.
How do I know my blondies are ready? They should be still quite soft when gently pressed on top and they will firm up as they cool.
Can I use dark brown sugar? Yes, dark brown is definitely ok to use and will still give a great flavor.