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As you've probably heard by now, I'm not very much of a cook. I like the idea of it, and I don't mind pulling things out and following recipes here and there, but inevitably I go way off course because I can't be bothered to purchase specific ingredients that are called for in a recipe. This does have the benefit of resulting in recipes that are truly my own however, since I modify them based solely on what is in my cupboard at the time. The only drawback is it is difficult to recreate dishes if I've actually come up with something I like, since I don't write it down and the next time I can't remember what the heck I did!

So I've decided to occasionally force myself to blog some recipes that I've come up with, so that I have a record of what I have actually done for future reference.

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As much as I say I don't like cooking all that much, I do like reading cookbooks and discovering new recipes that use items I have on hand. (None of those fancy French cookbooks for me, again, no specialty products allowed!)

My recipe of the day is for Tropical Fruit Blondies.

(Perhaps I'll get more proficient with the pics as time goes on, I guess only time will tell!)


1 cup flour (I have whole wheat flour and white flour mixed together, it just happened one day!)

1 cup brown sugar

1 cup frozen tropical fruit (I had pineapple, strawberries and mango)

1 egg

1/2 cup peanut butter chips

2 oz semi sweet chocolate baking squares

1/2 cup melted light margarine

2 tsp vanilla

This could be made with pretty much any fruit you like, frozen or fresh. Again, I was just using what I had on hand. Feel free to substitute regular chocolate chips too, instead of the peanut butter chips and/or chocolate baking squares.


Preheat oven to 350 degrees Farenheit

Melt margarine in the microwave, about 45 seconds

Put margarine in a large bowl, and stir in brown sugar, egg and vanilla

Add in fruit, peanut butter chips and chocolate baking squares.

Pour into a greased 913 pan (this is the only size I own, ha!)

Bake for 38 minutes, until the edges are brown and crispy-looking

It'll look like this at first, kind of gross and soupy:

Then after baking:

Since the chunks of chocolate we're so big they ended up melting nicely into the bars. And the fruit tastes awesome! I love cooked fruit.

This ended up making about 18 squares, although since I used a rounded pan they're not all evenly sized. Doesn't matter around here too much, so I don't worry about it.

So there you have it, tropical fruit blondies. And now perhaps I will remember how to make them a second time myself!

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Posted in Home Improvement Post Date 01/27/2017






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