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rachel_reagan Mar 15, 2009 08:48 PM

Anyone experienced some great blondies in the metro? I haven't come across any. Plain ole brownies are everywhere, but where are all the white chocolate or craisin filled blondies? At this point, I'll take a blondie w/regular chocolate chips.

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  1. leeniebeanie RE: rachel_reagan Mar 16, 2009 09:38 AM

    Hello - I am thinking that Blondies Cafe at 454 Snelling Ave may be the place for you. If I am remembering correctly, this was their specialty when they opened. May be worth a try.....

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      rachel_reagan RE: leeniebeanie Mar 16, 2009 09:54 AM

      I'll definitely give it a try. Thx.

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      karakutie RE: rachel_reagan Mar 16, 2009 10:21 AM

      I've had them at Linden Hills Great Harvest Bread. Very yummy and can satisfy a blondie craving.

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        tex.s.toast RE: rachel_reagan Mar 22, 2009 01:14 PM

        Had a very good blondie at the cheeky monkey on selby in st paul today. i had to compete for my half, but it had white chocolate and chocolate chocolate chips in it, and a nice salty note to balance out the sweet. pretty good size for 2.00 also.

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          normativestructures RE: tex.s.toast Mar 23, 2009 12:27 PM

          I second the Cheeky Monkey blondie. I definitely had to fight with my dad for my fair share of it. Not too dense like a lot of bars you get.

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            rachel_reagan RE: normativestructures Mar 26, 2009 03:15 PM

            Thanks. I was disappointed with Blondie's. You would think that a place named for a dessert would feature more than just one variety. I was hoping they would have had some really interesting twists on the typical blondie, like raspberry chocolate chips or any kind of chip at all. I wasn't blown away by the taste either. It was good, but it didn't really stand out.

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