Everybody loves funfetti, right?! Vanilla cake plus loads of sprinkles - it's not just delicious,…
Everybody loves sprinkles on party food, right? They’re like confetti you can eat. Or is that just me? ; ) You have to admit they’re handy, though – they come in every color of the rainbow so you can match your food to your party theme. Or use every color of the rainbow, like in these Funfetti Blondie Bites by Stephanie of Cookin’ Cowgirl!
Oh yes, that’s right – these are blondies, made with sprinkles on the inside, then cut into bite-sized pieces, coated in white chocolate, and dipped into yet more sprinkles.
There are so many sprinkles in the batter, you need a measuring cup! And of course the finished bites are just as cute as can be – the perfect size for a single-bite treat on your dessert table.
makes 36 small bites (plus more for snacking)
1/2 C (1 stick) butter, softened
1 C light brown sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla
1 C all-purpose flour
Pinch of salt
1/2 tsp baking powder
1 T powdered sugar
1/2 C sprinkles
8-10 oz white chocolate
Sprinkles for decorating
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a medium bowl, combine butter and brown sugar and mix until well combined. Add in the egg and vanilla; mix to incorporate. Mix in the flour, salt, powdered sugar and baking powder. Stir until everything comes together. Lastly, add the sprinkles. Stir.
Spray an 8X8 dish with cooking spray. Cook for 29 minutes or until tooth pick comes out clean. Let dish cool completely on a cooling rack.
Next, cut off the darker, crispy edges. Set them aside for your snacking enjoyment!
Cut into 6 strips, then cut those into 6 squares. You should have 36 squares when you finish cutting.
Place squares on parchment paper covered baking sheet, and into fridge to get slightly chilled. Melt chocolate in the microwave or double-broiler; be careful not to burn it. Dip one blondie bite at a time into the white chocolate. Use a spoon to help you cover it if needed. Place the covered blondie bite on the baking sheet and decorate with sprinkles. Repeat with remaining blondie bites. Place pan in fridge so the chocolate will set.
Posted with permission from Stephanie at Cookin’ Cowgirl. Thanks Steph!