Q&A: What’s the difference between a Blondie, brownie, and chocolate chip cookie bar?

Question by Ashley: What’s the difference between a Blondie, brownie, and chocolate chip cookie bar?
I’ve been looking at the recipes… It looks exactly like a chocolate chip recipe but with no chocolate chips. Is that how it’s supposed to be? Or is it more dense like a brownie? Because I already make my chocolate chip cookies on one big pan and cut them into squares like brownies, just because I can’t get the cookie shapes off of the cookie sheets. Would making a blondie essentially be the same thin but with no chocolate chips? Thank you!!!

Best answer:

Answer by Jenn
A blondie is a butterscotch brownie

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  1. TheEditor says:

    With cookies you should be using the creaming method by mixing sugar with butter at high speed to create a light cream that helps make cooked like ‘bread’.

    Varying the ratio of brown & white sugar can make thicker or thinner, crispy cookies. Chilling the batter can make a thicker cookie or using more shortening can create a different texture.

    Blondies have a similar ingredients, but are not creamed and tend to be constrained in a baking dish to create a dense bar rather than a ‘cake’.

    Suggestion – get parchment paper to line your cookie sheet. It will help.

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