Boozy blondies – toffee-textured; whisky-laced – to raise the spirits

In my day job, and in normal life, regular readers will know that I travel up to Lincoln about every six weeks, taking with me a variety of baked goodies, unashamedly using my colleagues there as, albeit willing, guinea pigs.

Obviously, in this Covid year, all that travelling has had to cease; but we finally made it back shortly before Christmas, and we took these whisky-laced blondies to boost their spirits.

If you want to add a flourish to these blondies, you could add a little tahini.

The ones around the edge tends to be best…. cook’s perks!

For an alternative blondie recipe, try Precocious Pink and Whities.

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