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Blonde Rocky Road Brownies

Blonde Rocky Road Brownies recipe
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A sugar cookie crust is topped with melted caramels, chocolate chunks, peanuts and marshmallows and baked to gooey blonde brownie perfection.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
43 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
12/1/2009
Too many requests to count for the recipe everytime I make it! Everyone loves it and thinks it's a complicated recipe. Super easy to make and my go to recipe for any pot luck function I attend!
posted:
8/5/2009
These brownies are awesome!!! Super easy to make and super delicious :) You could easily subsitute chocolate chips for the Bakers chocolate, but regardless, it'll be easy and great!
posted:
7/22/2009
I thought this was very delicious!!! I used milk chocolate chips and white chocolate chips instead of the chopped chocolate. I am not a big peanut fan so I also substituted pecans for the peanuts. It turned out fabulous!
posted:
12/23/2008
One word, DISGUSTING......sickly sweet, nothing special about it, just GROSS
posted:
11/23/2008
goood
posted:
4/9/2003
It was very good but very sweet. I left a little of the caremel for drizzle over the marshmellows. If I were bake it again, I would put less marshmellows cause the caremel is sweet enough
posted:
2/18/2003
Make it more easily with caramel syrup and chocolate chips. After baking cookie- pour on syrup, sprinkle on chocolate chips/nuts/marshmallows. Put in oven for about 15 min or till melty. It would be good with any kind of nuts or coconut. It was a total hit with everyone!
posted:
2/14/2003
Next time I would melt the carmel as instructed but instead of just putting the chocolate pieces and marshmallows on the top and baking I think I would melt the chocolate and pour that on then melt the marshmallows and pour them on then back to brown the marshmallows. Maybe just throw the chocolate pieces on and melt the marshmallows and pour over the chocolate pieces then bake to sort of melt the chocolate pieces and brown the marshmallows.
posted:
10/16/2002
I loved how quick, easy, and tasty this recipe was! The kids and adults really loved it.
posted:
10/12/2002
This is a VERY, VERY sweet treat! The kids loved the gooey marshmellows and oozing caramel. A bit of advice - this needs to cool COMPLETELY before cutting to serve.
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