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Blueberry White Chocolate Blondies

We’re crazy over this decadent and perky Blueberry White Chocolate Blondies recipe!

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For my personal sanity, I need sunshine… Continual sunshine.

I need to see green when I walk outside. I need shorts. Sometimes I think our family needs to move to a tropical climate so I can experience summer all year long. After all, when mama’s happy, every body is happy, right?

One way to combat the feeling of endless waiting for sandals and sunshine, is to eat warm-weather foods like berries!

Blueberry White Chocolate Blondies Recipe #summer

Berries are in abundance right now, and well priced. However when we need sunshine and summer berries in the fall and winter, frozen berries are a good substitute.

Frozen fruits and veggies are picked in the peak of their season and frozen quickly to retain flavor and nutrients. Frozen fruit is usually a fraction of the cost and bakes just as well as fresh fruit.

Making Blueberry White Chocolate Blondies Recipe #summer

I use frozen berries and citrus zest anytime I need to bake summer treats out of season.

The bright poppy flavors in today’s Blueberry White Chocolate Blondies helps me make it through the cold months. Reminding me that soon enough, I will be trouncing through the berry patch swinging my little basket and humming a merry tune!

Tangy Blueberry White Chocolate Blondies Recipe #summer

I mean the kids will be doing that and I will be maturely watching from the sidelines… Not skipping.

No matter the season, Blueberry White Chocolate Blondies are a great way to lift your mood!

Easy Blueberry White Chocolate Blondies Recipe #summer

Blueberry White Chocolate Blondies Recipe #summer
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Blueberry White Chocolate Blondies

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 50 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
Blueberry White Chocolate Blondies Recipe - Decadent homemade blondies speckled with fresh blueberries and white chocolate chips.
Servings: 20 bars



  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Melt both sugars and the butter together until the brown sugar is mostly melted. (You can do this in the microwave for 2-3 minutes or on stovetop.)
  • Mix the flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt and lemon zest together. Add the melted sugar mixture and stir. Then add the eggs and vanilla. Stir well.
  • Press the mixture into a greased 9 X 13 inch baking dish. Sprinkle the white chocolate chips over the top. Then toss the blueberries with 1 tablespoon of flour and sprinkle them over the top.
  • Bake for 45-55 minutes, until a toothpick inserted into the middle comes out clean. If the edges of the blondies start to get dark, loosely tent a piece of foil over the top of the pan. Cool to room temperature before cutting.


Serving: 1bar, Calories: 168kcal, Carbohydrates: 26g, Protein: 1g, Fat: 6g, Saturated Fat: 3g, Cholesterol: 25mg, Sodium: 55mg, Potassium: 61mg, Fiber: 0g, Sugar: 18g, Vitamin A: 165IU, Vitamin C: 0.4mg, Calcium: 29mg, Iron: 0.6mg
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Author: Sommer Collier

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94 comments on “Blueberry White Chocolate Blondies”

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  2. I have made the blondies for only 0.2 of portion because it was running out of butter at home. The portion was already enough for me and my husband as the first trial.
    It was my first time to made blondies. I have used dark brown sugar and reduced granulate sugar. They turns out perfect ! It took 38 mins to bake.
     I will definitely recommend the recipe to those who like blueberries and blondies ! :)

  3. These are fabulous! I halved the recipe and cooked in a 9×9 pan and they were perfectly done at about 50 minutes. I also used half blueberries and half strawberries for the fruit. They were so good we had a hard time sharing!

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  6. Did something wrong. The “batter” was moist and not something to “press” in.
    It puffed up like a souffle and never set.
    Baked at 350( yes oven is correct) 75 min and middle never came close to leaving the soup state. Smelled good!

  7. SO delicious. A huge hit! Recommend foil over the top of the pan for maybe the last 5-10 minutes. 

  8. Do i use dark or light brown sugar please?

  9. The conversions to metric seems wrong…the butter and flour.. it must be about 272 gm ..and 385 gm ..not 2.7 kg and 3.8 kg

  10. I am so excited to make this recipe for a family beach trip next week! Quick question: once cooled, should these be stored in the fridge or can they be left in an air-tight container at room temperature? Thank you!

  11. Hello, I have a small oven, if I wanna use a 8×8 pan, do I just half the ingredients and baking time?

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  13. This is an absolutely delicious recipe!!! The blondie base is wonderful, chewy on the inside with a nice crispy crust on the top and bottom. Just so buttery and yummy. It is my new go-to blondie base. So perfect! Don’t forget the lemon zest, it really is a wonderful addition to this recipe. I used a 10 x 15 pan with the same ingredient measurements for the 9 x 13 pan, so I got thinner blondies with more blueberries and chocolate chips — can’t go wrong there. :-) Thank you for sharing…

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  15. These were amazing!

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  17. Yum!! Those look delicious.

  18. Wow….seriously, what can I say that everyone else hasn’t already? They look amazing and I want to eat them RIGHT NOW! Where do you live? I’m coming over. :)


  19. I really like your step-by-step photos. I’ve never tried a blueberry blondie before but feel certain that I’d love them (probably too much and would gain back all that weight that I’ve been trying to lose!) I do hope that you went running carefree with the kids. They won’t want to do that with you when they’re older.

  20. I still have frozen wild blueberries from this past summer. I’ll definitely have to use them up after seeing this! I might have to add macadamias…only because for some reason, I associate white chocolate with macadamias most of the time.

  21. This has been sitting up on my computer for almost a day. Finally, I’m printing it and planning on making it. I couldn’t handle it anymore. Just looks too incredible. :)

  22. wow, fantastic combination. I never would have thought to make blueberry blondies. And with white chocolate too! YUM.

  23. oh i love blondies… we always have frozen beries on hand..hmm I have a bag of blackberries on hand, these would be perfect for sunday brunch!

  24. i made these last night…very nice..although I made a mistake on the baking time but that was totally my fault…I will try them again to get them right..however I still got asked for the recipe even though they were a mixture between gooey on the inside of the pan and hard on the outside (but that was my fault)

  25. oh, MY, these look good. how do you keep coming up with so many good recipes? If I had these ingredients, I’d be marching into my kitchen right now to cook these! (will bookmark instead…these look like a great bar to cook/freeze)

  26. These blondies look lovely.

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  28. Im craving some warm weather at the minute too, its just so cold! I want sunshine!!
    Im sure these blueberry white chocolate blondies would help me feel more spring like too, they look amazingly delicious!

  29. Sommer thank you for this lovely recipe,I can’t wait to make this …there is always frozen blueberries around here.

  30. Thanks for bringing a little warmth my way with your lovely blueberry white chocolate blondies, wish I had one right now ;-)

  31. A great recipe to welcome Spring! I can’t wait for berry season to begin, especially strawberries. In Virginia, strawberry season is in March. In New York, they’re in season in late May to June, because sometimes it snows in April. Counting the weeks down… drum-roll!!!

  32. Nice!! I totally feel you on the sunshine withdrawal.

  33. I’m lately loving everything with blueberries and absolutely love the sound of these blondies, perfect with the white chocolate too, must make these for the family!

  34. Those are just luscious!!

  35. hi Sommer
    those bars look spectacular, I agree with you about using frozen berries when fresh are not available or just to pricey….now quite frankly I don’t care what kind of berries you use as long as you make them! I would love to give those gorgeous bars a try, the white chocolate is the perfect compliment to those berries…

    great taste of summer!

  36. can I come live with you please? I really need such goodies in my life :-)

  37. I’ve never had blondies, it’s always brownies. These look great with the blueberries!

  38. I can do with a slice of blondie right now. This weather is driving me crazy. It’s warm one day and cold the next. I am so ready for the spring.

  39. What a fabulous flavor combination…I think we’re all yearning for summer :)

  40. I’m copying this so I can make it this weekend.

  41. Um…yes please! This is my kind of blondie, I’m definitely bookmarking this one. Beautiful photos too:)

  42. I’m not gonna lie, your pictures have my mind in a haze right. I am in love with these yummy looking blondies

  43. I caved and bought some blueberries the other day. I have to bake something for the kids with blueberries and I think I will try your recipe instead of what I was going to make. Looks amazing, Sommer:)

  44. Mmmm….this just look too tempting. I love any dessert with blueberries. Would love to try. Thanks very much for sharing.

  45. wow! I’ve been seeing a lot of blondies recently but these ones seem like the ones I will have to make this weekend!

  46. Oh Sommer….I know exactly what you mean, I can’t wait for some sandals and dresses, but this weekend the weather will be pretty lousy over here in la, la, land. Blondies would do the trick for me too. It looks fantastic, loved the step by step pics.

  47. Sommer!
    The step-by-step tutorial was very helpful and demonstrated how easy the recipe would be to make – and how delicious. YUM! Blueberries and white chocolate in a chewy brown sugar brownie? Oh, force me!

  48. These look so good and your photos are gorgeous of course…I love using frozen berries as well, a bit of sunshine :)

  49. I love this blondie recipe. White chocolate and blueberry = yum!

  50. the weather is a little tricky lately. I miss spring so much.
    your blondies look fantastic. love the addition on blueberry. the presentation is stunning as usual.
    thanks for sharing, hope you’ll have a sunny Friday

  51. Oh, Sommer these blondies look absolutely superb! I I just adore the blueberries and white chocolate combination :) BRAVO! BRAVO!



  52. Great photos. These blondies look fantasmic!! thanks so much for sharing. cheers.

  53. i am deep, deep in spring fever but it is still so cold out! These are just perfect – warm and cozy but just springy enough to be exciting!

  54. Oh you’re totally allowed to trounce- a family that trounces together stays together, right? Isn’t that how the saying goes?

    These look really good! Do you have a specific brand of white chocolate chips that you like to use?

  55. I’m with you. I’m looking for green grass, the fresh scent of spring, and a lot of sunshine! Your blondies sound delicious and your pictures rock as usual. Have a blondie for me will ya!

  56. I love this! How different, and wonderful!

  57. Delicious and love the flavour.

  58. I am with you, we need spring…and fast. Your beautiful Blueberry Blondies will do fine holding us over until then.

  59. These look awesome!! Beautiful pics.

  60. Mmmmm…loved the combo of white chocolate chips and blueberries. The blondies are looking gorgeous and wud luv to bake my batch and relish.

  61. Frozen berries are lifesavers. We are definitely getting some “Spring” weather here in Austin. Almost 80 degrees today! Thank you for sharing these with us! They look delicious. I hope you are having a great end to your week.

  62. I want to eat every single one of those blondies. I loooovvee blondies but blondies with blueberries and white chocolate sounds amazing. :) They look beautiful too!

  63. I just made Blondies too after reading about them on Blog is the New Black. They were a big hit so I will have to try out your recipe too.

  64. These look awesome Sommer! I buy these great frozen, wild blueberries at Earth Fare, and I think that they would be perfect in this! Thanks for all the great recipes!!

  65. Can I steal one? they’re absolutely gorgeous!!
    P.S: I need sunshine too!!

  66. These look delicious! Great flavor pairing.

  67. These look great. I always have a stash of frozen berries in my freezer for baking, smoothies, yogurt mix-ins, etc. My husband doesn’t like blueberries, but I bet these would be equally good with raspberries. Beautiful photos too.

  68. Wow not only are those gorgeous, I bet they just taste like a square of heaven! AH nomnomnoms!

  69. I keep forgetting that blondies exist out there and need to give them a try: especially with the blueberries in them. Delicious addition! Looking good.

  70. I’ve never made blondies before (how strange) but this may be the recipe to start with because I love every ingredient that you’ve put in there… and they look fantabulous!

    We are still dealing with freezing weather … 24 fahrenheit today :(

  71. Those look ridiculously incredible! Wow!! Bookmarked!!

    Mary xx
    Delightful Bitefuls

  72. I couldn’t agree with you more, bring on the sunshine! This sounds delicious! I just stocked up on frozen fruits to get us through until we can get some fresh ones and blondies sounds like the perfect way to use them up.

  73. I froze several bags of blueberries last summer when they were cheap and plentiful, and we’ve been nibbling away at them all winter. Next year, I think I’m going to do the same with strawberries, too.
    I’m pretty sure I’m down to my last cup of berries at this point, but these blondies look so scrumptious that I might just have to bust open the last of the stash to try them out. I just can’t resist blueberries and white chocolate together.

  74. Those look really wonderful. My daughter would not doubt eat that for breakfast!

  75. A wonderful blondie recipe! White chocolate and blueberry….the combination is unbeatable!

  76. These blondies look amazing! I love frozen fruit also – for baking and also for snacking on. It’s awesome that they cost less too, you can load up your baking treats with them and not feel too guilty about the price!

  77. Those look wonderful and your photos are incredible. Frozen is always great – I don’t do canned fruit too much. We were in Asheville Valentine’s weekend and enjoyed several wonderful restaurants. Hope your springtime is coming soon! Beautiful area – just lovely!

  78. You had me at blueberry! You’d think it was summer here in San Diego because you can get a 6/oz of fresh blueberries for $1.50 or less. I might have to make this right now….

  79. I absolutely love this. I adore blueberries and blondies are my favorite. I might be trying this out but with a twist. Thanks for sharing.

  80. These blondies look so cute with the powder sugar on top. Love the frozen berries that go into it.
    BTW the header looks stunning!

  81. Yum! These looks so delicious! I want a batch! Definitely craving spring…

  82. Can I have one? or Twenty !! Beautiful !!

  83. I always have frozen organic blueberries or organic cherries in my freezer. They are part of my breakfast.
    What a great recipe. I have never made or eaten blondies. Will be put on my “to bake list”. Thanks, Sommer.

  84. These look delicious…can’t wait to make them this weekend!

  85. I want summer too, desperately, in the meantime I think I could settle with couple of these beauties!

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  87. Oh where oh where is the sun?? Love these…and LOVE the milk. We’d get along well.

  88. Well, we do need the rain.
    I agree on the frozen berries. I rarely buy the fresh ones they always seem so expensive in the store.
    Those look like they’d be great with tea.

  89. Such a unique flavor combo!! Love it!! I am not a fan of the dreary rain after what seemed to be 2 weeks of amazing spring weather. Oh well, at least we’re on the downside of winter!

  90. You know how once you do or see something, you see it everywhere?! I just made my first blondies and now I keep seeing recipes for them everywhere. This is a GREAT one! I love the idea of bberries and white chocolate together- yum!