Cake Batter Bark BlondiesReviewed by Lemons for Lulu on Sep 10Rating: 5.0Cake Batter Bark BlondiesCake Batter Bark Blondies are blondies made with a cake mix. But each bite is filled with cake batter infused chocolate bark.
Did you feel it? The chill in the air this weekend??? Yahoo! I’m so excited, fall is around the corner! I love summer and I know in just a few short months, I will be longing for the heat and the sunshine. But for now, I’m so ready for bulky sweatshirt season!!! Come on, you all know what I’m talking about. There’s something so liberating about wearing long, bulky sweatshirts over elastic waist yoga pants!
In about six weeks, I will be stealing Halloween candy from my kids. In just over two months, I will be stuffing myself with stuffing, turkey and all things pumpkin. Need I mention Christmas is merely 3 months away???? Bake, eat, repeat. That is what I will be doing from now until January. My abdomen is primed and ready. I started my “training” this weekend. I baked these outrageously rich cake batter bark blondies and ate them to stretch my stomach for the season of eating! And I’m totally fine with it, because I had a sweatshirt on to cover it up!!!
I hope you enjoy these blondies as much as I did. In each bite, you get cake, two kinds of chocolate and sprinkles! Oh happy days are here again!!
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Blondies made with a cake mix, but stuffed with cake batter infused chocolate bark!
For the bark:
6 oz semi sweet or dark chocolate
12 oz white chocolate
3 T white cake mix
For the blondies:
1 18.75 oz box of yellow cake mix
¼ cup vegetable oil
2 eggs, beaten
¼ cup milk
Cake batter bark
For the bark
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Chop semi sweet chocolate and place in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave in 20-30 second intervals, stirring frequently until chocolate is completely smooth. Poor chocolate onto prepared baking sheet and spread with an off set spatula. Freeze for 20 minutes. Chop white chocolate and melt in the same way. Once melted, add cake mix stirring with a whisk until mixed. Let set for a few minutes to thicken. Pour white chocolate over semi sweet, spreading with an offset spatula as well. Immediately pour sprinkles over top. Return to freezer while you make the blondies.
Preheat oven to 350. Spray and 8×8 in pan with cooking spray.
In a large bowl, combine cake mix, oil, eggs, and milk stirring until well mixed. Pour half the batter into your prepared pan. Break apart frozen bark and lay on top of your brownie batter. You will have left over bark. Perfect to snack on while blondies are baking! Spread remaining batter over your chocolate bark. Bake for 25 minutes. Let cool completely. Cut and enjoy!