Frosted Funfetti Blondies

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Frosted Funfetti Blondies!! Chewy blondies loaded with colorful sprinkles and topped with a creamy vanilla frosting (with more sprinkles of course)! A fun treat that can be made festive with any color sprinkle.

Frosted Funfetti Blondies!! Chewy blondies loaded with colorful sprinkles and topped with a creamy vanilla frosting (with more sprinkles of course)! A fun treat that can be made festive with any color sprinkle.

Sprinkles. They remind me a lot of glitter. And when you spill them in your kitchen? Well, the both do the same thing.

They get into every crack and crevice and you will find yourself with sprinkles appearing months later. Even if you’re a super clean person, this happens. Trust me.

Earlier this summer we had our kitchen cabinets repainted. I have one designated cabinet for sprinkles (it’s a problem, I’m well aware). It’s one of those corner cabinets, where the top and bottom shelves are connected on a pole and its spins around.

This cabinet is FILLED. To the brim. With sprinkles. From Valentine’s Day to Christmas, we’ve got everything.

That is, until the kitchen remodel. They removed all the doors of our cabinets to spray them (we had ugly oak and went to a beautiful white cabinet). They then returned everything to normal. We had this done while we were on vacation, so I never saw what happened in between the removal and the return of the cabinet doors.

Frosted Funfetti Blondies!! Chewy blondies loaded with colorful sprinkles and topped with a creamy vanilla frosting (with more sprinkles of course)! A fun treat that can be made festive with any color sprinkle.

It wasn’t until I opened that cabinet last week to make these Frosted Funfetti Blondies that I realized something went wrong.

FIRST, I will be honest, I went nearly an entire summer without using sprinkles. #badfoodblogger  

SECOND, I noticed my sprinkles were not orderly for holidays. The organized girl in me likes to keep them in groups according to holiday. I mean, if you can designate an entire cabinet to just sprinkles, you might as well make it work for you, right?

THIRD, I noticed some of the lids were off the sprinkles, they were laying on their sides, and many were spilled all over.

FOURTH, it took me well over an hour to remove each jar and bowl, clean up the sprinkles, and return them in order. And then I knocked over the paper plate that had all the spilled sprinkles…and it happened. Sprinkles are now appearing everywhere. From the dogs hair to the upstair bedroom closet. Random sprinkles are coming out of the woodwork.

Good thing I stock up so that I had enough to make these blondies! I used my favorite blondie base and added in a load of jimmies (this is what those little log looking sprinkles are called). I love using these when I bake because they are soft and don’t have the crunch like the little balls do (okay, yes, I realize how awkward that sentence sounds…move along).

Of course, these blondies needed some frosting! I mean, go big or go home. So more sprinkles happened! I hope you love these chewy blondie bars with sweet vanilla buttercream frosting!

Frosted Funfetti Blondies!! Chewy blondies loaded with colorful sprinkles and topped with a creamy vanilla frosting (with more sprinkles of course)! A fun treat that can be made festive with any color sprinkle.

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Yield: 25 bars

Frosted Funfetti Blondies

Frosted Funfetti Blondies
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 35 minutes

Ingredients

For the Blondies:

  • 1 1/2 cup light brown sugar, packed
  • 3/4 cup unsalted butter, melted
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/4 tsp kosher salt
  • 1 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips
  • 1/2 cup sprinkles

For the Frosting:

  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened
  • 2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 Tbsp milk
  • 1/3 cup sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350F. Line an 8-inch square baking dish with parchment paper. Set aside.
  2. In a mixing bowl, blend brown sugar with melted butter. Add in eggs and vanilla, stirring until combined. Add salt and flour, mixing until well blended. Fold in white chocolate chips and sprinkles. Pour into prepared baking dish.
  3. Bake for 32-35 minutes. Remove from oven and cool on wire rack.
  4. For the frosting, beat butter, powdered sugar, vanilla and milk for 4-5 minutes using an electric mixer, until fluffy. Fold in sprinkles. Spread over cooled bars. Cut and enjoy.
  5. Store bars in airtight container at room temperature. ENJOY.

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Frosted Funfetti Blondies!! Chewy blondies loaded with colorful sprinkles and topped with a creamy vanilla frosting (with more sprinkles of course)! A fun treat that can be made festive with any color sprinkle.

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19 comments on “Frosted Funfetti Blondies”

  1. Funfetti and Blondies are my two wonderful combinations. These look delicious!

  2. People call glitter the herpes of the craft world… I think spilled sprinkles are the herpes of the baking world. HAHAHA 😉 LOVE this recipe though!!! 

  3. These look so good! I can’t wait to try them!

  4. I wouldn’t have noticed my sprinkles were out of order….there is no order in my pantry.  How I wish I were organized….but I’d rather sit and eat a pile of these fabulous blondies.  They look fantastic!

  5. Dear Aimee, these look fun and decadent.  I should bake more often with sprinkles.  I’m with Kellie, I would not have noticed either…I feel like I lose something everyday.  After a while, you just get used to it! Pinning these for later. xo, Catherine

  6. Sprinkles and blondies…two of my favorite things!  Love all the fun color in these yummy treats!  And yes frosting is necessary!  

  7. These look so fun and yummy! And I say, the more sprinkles the merrier! 😀

  8. Mir

    EPIC sprinkle fail. Crazy epic. And when you knocked over that paper plate, how many expletives came out of your mouth? Just wondering. Because I would be cussing up a blue streak.
    Glitter is worse, though. It just stays forever. I’m always finding it on my kids’ scalps. And it doesn’t come off! 
    If it’s any consolation, finding sprinkles in your kitchen for months to come is worth these perfect blondies. They look so good! And now you  get to buy all new sprinkles and organize them by holiday. Which is not weird at all, btw. 

  9. annie

    Oh gawwwwd. They look so fudgy and chewy….I can see myself having “just one more” and failing miserably 😛 😀 <3

  10. Blondies are amazing and your recipe is perfect maked

  11. These are just too pretty to eat!

    xoxoBella | http://xoxobella.com

  12. I LOVE how your organize the sprinkles by holiday! So fun. And these blondies? Incredible. Funfetti makes everything that much more delicious (especially considering blondies are already my favorite baked good).

  13. I love how thick these bars are- funfetti is the best 🙂

  14. funfetti is the beeeest! Love these delish blondies!

  15. Lucy

    Thiis recipe did not work. After baking for 35 minutes, the middle was still gooey and raw. Continued baking for another 20 minutes and the edges got done, but everything else was still gooey. Super sweet and too buttery. There was butter oozing out of the bars as you cut them. And frosting? If you put that on top, you would go into a diabetic coma. 

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