White Chocolate And Pistachio Sponge Blondies

*Recipe and recipe photography by Divine Chocolate*
White Chocolate And Pistachio Sponge Blondies

White Chocolate And Pistachio Sponge Blondies. Hello friends. So today I have a lovely treat for you! Do you also like baking? But also like baking sweet recipes (like me?).

White Chocolate and Pistachio Sponge Blondies, anyone? So yummy!?

White Chocolate And Pistachio Sponge Blondies:

By Lorraine Pascale.

“It must have been the Americans that came up with the name ‘blondies’. Otherwise, the brownies would have all the fun?!

Also do use the green pistachios, which you can usually find in the cooks’ or special ingredients section of the supermarket.

If you struggle to find these, my suggestion would be to leave them out altogether, as the dried old ones in their shells are simply no substitute whatsoever.

Try a different nut, like walnut or pecan, for that added textural crunch.”

White Chocolate And Pistachio Sponge Blondies:

White chocolate blondies recipe:

Makes 16 bite-sized squares or 8 rectangular bars.

You’ll need a 20cm square cake tin and an electric mixer fitted with a whisk attachment.


Spray oil

75g unsalted butter

150g Divine white chocolate, roughly chopped

3 eggs

Seeds of 1/2 a vanilla pod or 1/2 tsp vanilla extract

75g caster sugar

40g plain flour

1 tsp level baking powder

Pinch of salt

100g strawberries, hulled and chopped into 1cm cubes

50g green pistachio nuts, roughly chopped

How To Make White Chocolate And Pistachio Sponge Blondies:

1.) Preheat the oven to 170°C, (Fan 150°C), 325°F, Gas Mark 3.

2.) Grease a 20cm square cake tin with a little spray oil and then line it with baking parchment.

I just cut a long strip of paper to cover the bottom and come up on opposite sides of the tin with the excess hanging over a little. This makes it easier to lift the baked cake out of the tin.

3.) To prepare the blondies, melt the butter in a small pan over a low heat. Then remove from the heat, add the white chocolate and set aside to allow it to melt.

4.) Put the eggs and vanilla seeds or extract in a large bowl and, using a hand whisk or a mixer fitted with a whisk attachment, give them a good whisk up.

They will become really light, fluffy and mousse-like. Add the sugar and keep whisking. The sugar will make the eggs increase in bulk even more. To test if the eggs are whisked up enough, use a spoon to pick up some of the egg mixture and then drop it back down.

If they are whisked up enough, the spoonful will sit on the surface for about 5 seconds (if it sits for longer, that’s brilliant too!) before disappearing back into the mixture. Once the egg mixture reaches this stage, it is ready.

5.) Give the now-melted chocolate a little stir into the butter to blend and pour it around the edges of the egg mixture.

Do this from a low height so you don’t knock out all of that wonderful air which you have just beaten in.


Using a spatula, fold them together, scooping right down to the bottom of the bowl, as the chocolate tends to sink down there.

6.) Sprinkle the flour, baking powder and salt over and fold the mixture in using as few ‘folds’ as possible so you keep all that air in, but enough folds to make sure there are no lumps of flour in there.

7.) Finally, gently fold in the strawberries and pistachios.

8.) Gently pour the mixture into the prepared tin from a low height and level it out with the back of a spoon.

Bake for 30–35 minutes until a knife inserted into the centre comes out clean.

Once cooked, remove from the oven and leave to cool in the tin. It will collapse in the centre a little, but don’t worry – it will taste great.

9.)Once cooled, carefully remove from the tin, peel off the paper and cut into eight rectangular bars or 16 bite-sized squares and serve.

The pistachios will sink to the bottom along with the strawberries – all meant to happen and all very tasty.

White Chocolate And Pistachio Sponge Blondies

White Chocolate And Pistachio Sponge Blondies:

*Recipe and recipe photography by Divine Chocolate. No Payment was received*

So what do you think about these blondies?

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White Chocolate And Pistachio Sponge Blondies.

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  1. passion fruit, paws and peonies
    23 November 2018 / 10:47

    Oh I love a blondie!! I will pin these and bake when I have some visitors xx Maria

    • 24 November 2018 / 18:04

      Thanks so much for the pin Maria 🙂

  2. Lisa Kerhin
    17 July 2016 / 13:01

    Oh wow, Claire! The photos have me drooling here and the recipe has me making a list of what I need to make these White Chocolate and Pistachio Sponge Blondies. I've never thought of using pistachios in blondies or even brownies, love it! Thanks for linking up with us on Happiness is Homemade, you've been featured this week!

    • 22 July 2016 / 16:00

      Thanks for hosting and stopping by Lisa 🙂

  3. Laura Lane
    10 July 2016 / 22:19

    Absolutely gorgeous photography!

    • 14 July 2016 / 18:26

      Thanks Laura, credits to Divine 🙂

  4. George@CulinaryTravels
    10 July 2016 / 21:58

    These sound amazing. Your photos are lovely, so inviting. I want to reach into my screen & grab a blondie.

    • 14 July 2016 / 18:26

      Thanks for stopping by George 🙂 this is a guest post and they look amazing don't they 🙂

  5. Margarett Murphy
    7 July 2016 / 16:41

    This looks so yummy. Need to try this. thanks for sharing.

  6. Dean B
    6 July 2016 / 09:32

    Looks really delicious. Love, love the photos too!

    • 6 July 2016 / 09:39

      Thanks for the comment 🙂 Photo credits to Divine Chocolate 🙂

  7. newcastle familylife
    6 July 2016 / 07:00

    These look and sound amazing, my daughter would love these xx

  8. Tamar SB
    5 July 2016 / 22:44

    What a combination!

  9. Heather{Our Life In a Click}
    5 July 2016 / 13:25

    These sound really different and delish! I love blondies!

    • 6 July 2016 / 05:44

      Thanks for stopping by Heather :):)