Summer in the Kitchen

Here on the east coast, we’re having an unusually cool month of June, which means that turning on the oven to bake is still an option! ๐Ÿ™‚

Of course, the summer heat will probably arrive any minute now, but before it does – I’m going to make this recipe sent in by Clenna!

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In Clenna’s words:

‘Here’s an easy one. I hope you like it. Emphasis on “Easy”.’

Easy White Chocolate Blondies Bars

Ingredients:
1 package of yellow or white cake mix
1/2 cup vegetable oil
2 tbsp water
1 egg (Clenna used 2 eggs – depends on the size of eggs!)
6 oz white chocolate chips

Directions:
*Preheat oven 350 degrees.
*Mix all ingredients and pour into a 9×13 inch baking pan.
*Bake for approximately 20 minutes.
*Let cool and cut into bars.

Clenna says that they came out “delicious”!

And here’s the cook, herself!

She’s “testing” them for the family, no doubt. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Thank you so much, Clenna!

(Original recipe found here.)

‘Til Next Time,

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I’d love to hear your thoughts!

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Comments

Summer in the Kitchen — 7 Comments

  1. Sounds yummy!
    Cooler than usual? Bet you are lovin that! We are hot and humid which is OK with me as long as I’m in the garden, but makes the garden look more like a JUNGLE…hear that? Tarzan is on his way. Don’t see Cheetah though.
    xx, Carol

  2. I found this most interesting. I’ve been making this recently. My recipe had a twist to it, no water or oil, but 2 cups of chocolate chips, 2 eggs and a stick of melted butter. Its been a hit at square dance functions!

    Gorgeous day here in Grove City OH today.

  3. Wow, Sir Beads’ Brother!
    That sounds great, too!
    Thank you for adding your recipe, here. ๐Ÿ™‚
    (We’re having a beautiful, bright blue sky kind of day here, as well!)
    xoxo

  4. We just got back from New Orleans for the laundry convention. Hubs works on dry cleaners and laundry mats as a side job. New Orleans is usually hot and humid, but it was just perfect. Not too hot or humid. Bourbon St. is still as nuts as usual, but I love watching it. We rode the Harley and the weather was good to us the whole way.
    I will be making these when it becomes a bit cooler here. It is in the high 90’s and humid.
    Clenna, you always find great recipes. Thank you for sharing.

  5. Sounds like a fun trip, Kelly!
    I’ll bet you had some great food there, too!
    We’re having a spell of 90 degree days here this week, as well. Stay cool! xo

  6. Both recipes sound yummy! Sir Beads Brother mentioned square dancing. I only went once but it’s still remembered as one of the best dates I ever went on! xo

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