My friend K's birthday was a few weeks ago. She had a party and a friend of hers brought these blondie-brownie creations. They had chocolate chips and pretzels, and I was informed that they also had potato chips (I didn't quite taste them), but what I did taste the AMAZINGNESS that they were. I asked K to get me the recipe, and she told me she asked her friend. But it's been over two weeks, and the recipe hasn't come. There was only thing I could do: try and figure out a recipe myself.
First, I searched for a blondie recipe. No surprise that I found one on smitten kitchen. And no surprise that her recipe is "infinitely adaptable" - perfect for the baker who wants to add her own add-ins! Then, I did some searching to see if there was an already-published potato-chip-and-pretzel blondie recipe, and came across one (which, not surprisingly, used the same smitten kitchen blondie base). That recipe called for white chocolate chips and butterscotch chips, but I'm not a huge fan of either of those, so I went with the original chocolate chips that were in the blondies I had originally. Just for fun, I added some toffee chips (which I had in my kitchen cabinet).
And, very unlike me, I doubled the recipe (instead of my usual halfing it). I have a few events I'd like to bring them to over the next few days. I slightly underbaked them, since no one I know likes overbaked blondies or brownies.
Use the smitten kitchen base linked above.
When adding the mix-ins, add:
1/2 cup crushed potato chips (I used ridged ones)
1/2 cup chocolate chips
1/2 cup crushed pretzels (I wanted to use mini pretzels, but the store was out)
1/4 cup toffee bits (optional)