Weekend Baking : White Chocolate, Raspberry + Marshamallow gooey Blondies.

I HAD to share this amazing recipe. I’ve made these twice now and they are absolutely delicious ; gooey, buttery, fudgey, indulgent and perfect with an afternoon cuppa.

I perused the internet for a sweet treat I hadn’t tried or made before and these looked too good to resist. I found a really incredible recipe online which was super easy and quick to do. I’m a relatively new-ish baker, I don’t have any fancy equipment AT ALL (besides v v basic weighing scales if that’s fancy) so I like my recipes to be hassle-free and fancy-equipment free.

I added marshmallow the second time I made them ; and tbh they don’t change the taste *too* much they just add a bit more goo and texture. So definitely optional! I also baked them using frozen raspberries the first time and then fresh raspberries the second time and I found fresh raspberries a little better in taste, texture and appearance as you can cute them to be bigger or smaller whereas the frozen seemed to just blend and dissolve into the mix rather than staying as whole raspberry pieces.

The recipe I followed is THIS ONE from The Sweetest Menu:


  • 170 grams melted butter
  • 225 grams brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1 large egg
  • 210 grams plain flour
  • 150 grams white chocolate chunks
  • 50 grams fresh or frozen raspberries
  • handful of marshmallows (optional)


1.) Preheat oven to 180 C. Grease an 8-inch square baking tray or similar and line with baking paper.

2.) In a large bowl mix the brown sugar, melted butter and vanilla extract

3.) Add in the egg and mix. Then the Flour. Then the raspberries and white chocolate chunks and combine. You’ll have a thick batter. (Note : I used a mix of white choc chips and bigger hand cut chunks – it’s good to have some really nice big gooe-ey pieces!)

4.) Spoon mix into your tin and top with a handful of marshmallows and press them into the mix.

5.) Bake for 30 minutes or increase the time a little if you don’t want them quite a goo-ey! If you want a spongier texture you can also add in and extra 30g or so of flour to the mix when preparing.

6.) Once baked, leave in pan to cool and ‘set’ and then cut into squares and pieces of your choice!

ENJOY! Let me know if you make them.