Add some chocolate chips, sprinkle with sea salt and bake! I found that it needed to bake for at least the maximum amount of time (25 minutes) or even longer – the centre of mine was still quite soft.
But it tasted great, and we all loved it! Best of all, it was healthy! It didn’t matter if I ate one or two (or three) pieces at a time!
Head over to Ambitious Kitchen for the original recipe. She called them “Blondies” but our kids thought they tasted more like cookies, so we call them Cookie Squares.
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