Cake Batter Bark Blondies

Cake Batter Bark Blondies

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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I made these too:

Butterfinger Bark 

Brownie Cookies with Peanut Butter Chips

I found these yummies on Pinterest!

Cake Batter Cookies                                              Keep Calm and Carry On

Cake Batter Pancakes                                            How Sweat Eats

Cake Batter Bark Blondies
Recipe Type: Dessert
Author: Lemonsforlulu
Prep time: 30 mins
Cook time: 25 mins
Total time: 55 mins
Serves: 16
Blondies made with a cake mix, but stuffed with cake batter infused chocolate bark!
Ingredients
  • For the bark:
  • 6 oz semi sweet or dark chocolate
  • 12 oz white chocolate
  • 3 T white cake mix
  • Sprinkles
  • 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
Instructions
  1. For the bark
  2. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  3. 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.
  4. Preheat oven to 350. Spray and 8×8 in pan with cooking spray.
  5. 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!

Recipes adapted from Taste and Tell and Sweetopolita

I’ll be linking this recipe up to these fabulous parties as well to:  Jam Hands, DIY Dreamer and

54 Responses

  1. I’ve been looking for easy recipes to make when my niece comes to visit the next time and this is something she would love to make. I just have to hide the sprinkles until right before we need them because she loves them.

    • If your niece has a sweet tooth, then this is the recipe for her! Thanks Micha!

  2. These blondies make me super hungry right now!:)
    I wish I could grab one or two slices….

    • Winnie, I wish you were here so I could share!

  3. I’m loving the thought of fall weather! And today it is perfect in Cincinnati! These blondies look delish! The bark alone looks marvelous too :)

    • I actually have a sweatshirt on now! It’s nice to finally have it a little cool. I’m so glad you stopped over to say hi!

  4. My favorite months are September & October. Too bad WInter follows closely behind them. Your blondies, with 2 kinds of chocolate, sound irresistible!

    • I love those months too, but winters in Cincinnati aren’t that fun! Best to just eat!

  5. Oh my gosh, Tanya, how did I miss these?! Cake batter bark stuffed inside of cake batter blondies? Girl, you’re insane–but I LOVE it!! I can only imagine how rich and tasty these are. For me, the more sprinkles, the better! Looks beyond amazing.

    • They were very rich, but who cares??? They have bark in there! Actually, I could have just eaten the bark!

  6. Wow- those look delicious! I’d love for you to link up to Wonderful Food Wednesday. We’re only in our 2nd week, but off to a strong start. Hope to see you there. :)

    Jessica @ At Home Take 2
    http://www.athometake2.com

  7. Yes, Fall is just around the corner, it is definitely getting chillier!!

    I think this is my first time of visiting your blog, please stop by and visit my blog and say hello as well and become a follower (if you are not one already) at: http://jessicaslilcorner.blogspot.com

  8. LOVE those cake batter blondies. PLUS adding in the cake batter bark.. simply divine. GENIUS! heavenly. I love my sprinkles and cake batter flavored desserts :)

    • Thanks Sally! Thanks for coming over to check them out!

  9. Oh my! it sounds so rich and so delicious, and so… oh good. I wish I had a few of those right now.

    • Very rice!!!! I wish I had some to send you! Thanks for visiting!

  10. Um, this looks ridiculous. I’m pinning it. :)

    • Thank you! Let me know if you try them! Thanks for visiting!

  11. Oh my. Blondies with candy and sprinkles inside. Why didn’t I think of that? These look amazing and surprisingly less effort than I would have thought. My kids will love you, I mean me!

    • I hope you make these for your kids! I cannot tell you how quickly my 3 consumed these! Thanks for visiting!

  12. Oh Yum, we’re addicted to blondies here! We are coming up for summer I have about 8 weeks to ry these before the oven is off! These look delicious

    • If you try these, let me know what you think! Thanks for checking them out!

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    • I’ll be back to vote! Thank you!

  14. These look fantastic. New follower from Strut Your Stuff!

    • Thank you for checking me out! Will come to see you too!

  15. This looks so YUMMY! Thanks for linking up to Heavenly Treats Sunday!

  16. My favorite post so far!! You trained this weekend!! LOVE IT!! Hilarious and clever. Pinning. Thanks for posting this to FOodtastic Friday too.

    • Why thank you!!! It helps if you think of eating as training! Thanks for the link party!

  17. Bark in blondies? You are evil baking genius:-) Those look like the best most decadent bars and I really want to dig into some right now!!! I am ready for the next 3 months of eating goodies too!!!

    • Thanks Jocelyn, they were decadent, but worth it!

  18. This just sounds way too good! Featuring you tomorrow night! Thanks so much for linking up to the Back For Seconds Social!

    • Oh wow!!! That is very exciting!! Thanks so much for featuring my blondes!

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  20. I featured you today! I loved the story on this post! i am busy stretching my stomach too. Lol!
    Kim~

    • Thanks for the feature! I’m so honored! Thanks for visiting!

  21. These look delicious! My son LOVES anything cake batter, so I’m sure he’ll eat these up quickly!

    New follower from the Made U Look Linky #42! Love your blog- look forward to seeing more from you

    • I love cake batter stuff too! These totally hit the spot! Thanks for stopping by, I can’t wait to check our your blog!

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