Jammy Dodger White Chocolate Blondies

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On a weekly basis, I reckon I get through around four packs of Jammy Dodgers, at least.  To me, dipped in a hot cup of tea, the Jammy Dodger is king of the biscuits.  All hail the mighty Dodger, bow down to its supreme jammyness!  We'll not discuss those disgraceful pretenders to the throne though.... I'm looking at you, banana and toffee horrors!

White chocolate blondies featuring the king of biscuits, the Jammy Dodger.

During my last tea and biscuit break I was sat, Dodger in hand, staring wistfully into space when my gaze landed upon a pile of white chocolate blondies.  I should mention at this point that I was at work, I don't just have piles of baked goods surrounding me at home.  Honest!  When it struck me, Jammy Dodger blondies!  What's not to love?!  A creamy white chocolate blondie, swirled with sticky strawberry jam and topped with my very favorite biscuit.  Get in!

White chocolate blondies featuring the king of biscuits, the Jammy Dodger.

I seriously can't even begin to get over how cute they turned out.  I must have shown the steaming tray to everyone who came into the shop that afternoon, eardrums may have been pierced from my high pitched squeal of 'aren't they just so goddamn canny?!'  Imagine them on a mad hatters style tea party, I don't think I could bare the cuteness.

White chocolate blondies featuring the king of biscuits, the Jammy Dodger.

Jammy Dodger White Chocolate Blondies
Makes 15

Ingredients:
175g unsalted butter
250g white chocolate, chopped
250g caster sugar
3 large eggs
1tsp vanilla extract
300g plain flour
3tbsp strawberry jam
11 Jammy Dodger biscuits

Method:
Preheat the oven to 175C.  Grease and line a 9x13" baking tray or use a disposable one.

Melt the butter and white chocolate in a large, heavy bottomed saucepan over a low heat.  Stir constantly until smooth and melted.  In the bowl of an electric mixer add the sugar and eggs and mix until combined and light, pour in the melted chocolate and mix thoroughly.  Add the flour and stir in by hand until just combined.  Pour the batter into the prepared pan.

Drop teaspoons of jam over the blondie batter and use a sharp knife to swirl through.  Place the Jammy Dodgers on top in a neat pattern and bake for 25 minutes until just set.  Allow to cool completely.

Cut into 15 squares and enjoy.  


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11 comments

  1. These look so adorable! I do love a jammy dodger, I buy the mini snack packs for Zoe when we are out and about.

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  2. How scrummy!

    My hubby loves Jammy Dodgers so this may be an essential Easter treat. Fab recipe!

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  3. I can't handle how amazing these look. Jammy Dodgers are one of my all time favourite treats x

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  4. I have made this recipe twice now and it has been amazing! Everyone has found them so yummy. And it is so easy to make x

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    1. Aaaahhh. 35 mins in and they're still mega runny. Help

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  5. Hi Kirsty, Just keep adding 5 minutes to the baking time and checking them. You want them to have a slight wobble in them. It all depends on your oven.

    Katie xoxo

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  6. Do you put the biscuits in half way through the bake? I made them and they're very dark on top! Almost burnt looking. Maybe my oven needs to be on 160? Xxx

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  7. Hi, do you put the biscuits in half way through the bake? I've just made it and although they look amazing they do look burnt on top. Do you think I should put my oven on 160 next time? Xx

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    1. Hi Nina,

      Sounds like your oven must run hotter than mine. Either turn the oven down to 160 or pop a bit of tin foil over the tray half way through baking :)

      Katie xoxo

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Thank you for your comments :)

Katie xo

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