Who doesn’t love chocolate and peanut butter? This pairing of chewy, not-too-sweet oatmeal peanut blondies and rich, fudgy caramel ice cream is a sophisticated dessert for the kid in all of us.
Make Ahead Tips
The blondies may be baked up to 2 days ahead. Wrap well and store at room temperature.
In order for the ice cream to readily melt and mingle with the blondies, either the blondies should be a bit warm from the oven or the ice cream should be slightly soft. If you’ve made both elements ahead and the ice cream is very hard, let it sit briefly at room temperature.
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This dessert is VERY sweet but, oh man, it's delicious. The ice cream and blondies pair very well together and stand alone just fine. We didn't bake our blondies quite long enough and the middle sunk in a bit, but once we covered them in fudge and ice cream no one noticed. :)
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