Mini Marshmallow ‘Flumps’ Blondies

Flumps! I saw these and thought of a bake. Although I wasn’t sure what…But as most of what I bake are treats, I tend to see/buy lots of different things and wait for the inspiration to give me a slap. Whilst not particularly ground-breaking, it’s certainly a treat 🙂 And whilst the recipe contains no gluten ingredients, it’s not gluten free. But for Noah its gluten free. I know what’s in it and where its come from.

Marshmallow Blondie

1 packet – 170g – mini Flumps/marshmallows

150g White Chocolate – either chocolate drops or broken into small pieces to aid melting

150g Butter

3 medium free range eggs

170g caster sugar

4 drops of Foodies Flavour – Strawberry

90g Gluten Free Plain Flour

Pre-heat the oven to Gas 4 / 170c – and line a small brownie tray (20cm x 27cm) with greaseproof

Firstly melt the white chocolate and the butter together in a mixing bowl over a saucepan of gently simmering water.

Whilst this is melting, whisk the eggs, sugar and essence until double the volume. This will take about 5 minutes. When the chocolate and butter has melted, mix together and the pour into the beaten egg mix and continue to whisk until fully incorporated. Then sift in the gluten free plain flour, fold in and pour into the line baking tin. Depending on how goey you like your Blondie, place the Flumps on top of the batter, either a complete layer, covering the batter or half the packet and placed at intervals over the surface. the choice is yours 🙂

Bake in the oven for 30 – 35 minutes on the middle shelf. If you test with a skewer it wont come out clean. Whilst it cools it will set a little. Like a brownie, the Blondie is better eaten goey!

Mini Flump Blondie




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