apple cinnamon blondies with maple cream cheese frosting

  1. Olivia Reneé says:

    Just made these, and they are amazing! The perfect fall treat!

  2. Ren says:

    Salted or unsalted butter? Looks great!

  3. Stephanie King says:

    5 stars
    Made these tonight after dinner and they will for sure be a fall staple in our household! DELISHHHH.

  4. shaylee says:

    5 stars
    this is a very tasty recipe! it has great flavor in the base and the frosting. it was a great recipe to kick start fall 🍂🍁

  5. Veronica Gates says:

    Love the recipe but my daughter doesn’t like apples, what adjustments should I make if I omit the apples?

    • megan sheley says:

      You wouldn’t need to make any adjustments, just omit the part of sautéing the apples with butter and cinnamon and leave them out!

  6. Laura says:

    Sounds amazing! Could I cook them in cupcake cases? If so, what adjustments (ingredients, time, etc.) would you recommend? 🙂

    • megan sheley says:

      Yes you could! They may not rise the same way a muffin / cupcake would be definitely try it! And you would just need to adjust the amount of time that it would bake. I haven’t tried them this way but I’d assume 12-15 minutes. Give it a go and just keep an eye on them! Take them out of the oven when they’re golden brown.

  7. Stacey Lanigan says:

    5 stars
    Perfect fall flavor and love the texture combination between the blondie and the cream cheese frosting.

  8. Garan Williams says:

    5 stars
    Saw this on your Tiktok and I had to try it. It’s an amazing fall inspired dish. Love it. Thank you for sharing.

  9. Tori says:

    5 stars
    YUM these were amazing. I made them last night and did not change a single thing about the recipe. They turned out nice and dense, a perfect blondie. Flavors were incredible!! I’m already planning the next time I make them 🙂

  10. Natalia says:

    Can’t wait to make the blondie but as not Amerirac I have a few question 🙈 how many grams would be stick butter? And a cup of butter is 250 grams? Thank you! 😍

  11. Emma Parsons says:

    5 stars
    These are so delish! I want to take some of these to my coworkers tomorrow and share the love, should I store this in the refrigerator overnight or would they be okay at room temp?

  12. Meg says:

    4 stars
    Taste is incredible but I did 35 mins and I think that was too long as my blondies are not moist or chewy like a brownie 🙁 I can’t imagine if I’d done 45….

    • megan sheley says:

      What size pan did you use?

      • Meg says:

        9×13. And I would say my oven is pretty standard, as I have never had to adjust the temperature or time for another recipe… So I’m not sure what happened!

        • megan sheley says:

          Okay – the recipe *does* say 35-45 minutes because everyone’s oven is a bit different. Baking is tough like that, just keep an eye on them, remove them when they’re golden brown and when a toothpick comes out of the center clean.

    • Jen says:

      4 stars
      Same with mine, 35 minutes was too long. I was surprised how fast they baked. I skipped the step of leaving in pan for 1 hour and let cool on rack longer. This seemed to help!

      • megan sheley says:

        The recipe does say 35-45 minutes due to everyone’s oven being a bit different! Just keep an eye on them and take them out when they’re golden brown and when a toothpick comes out clean.

  13. Kst says:

    i made these tonight and they are amazing! How do you suggest storing them? Are they okay to be left out or should they be refrigerated?

  14. Laura says:

    These look absolutely delicious! I was wondering if the blondies could still be good even without the frosting?

  15. Klaudia says:

    Hi, this looks amazing! Can I add less sugar and use for example erythritol? Or texture would be too bad? Thanks

    • megan sheley says:

      I’m not sure – I don’t cook or bake with erythritol so I’m unsure how that would turn out! Would love to hear if it works for you.

  16. Erin Lund says:

    Can you sub almond flour in to make it gluten free? 1:1 ?

  17. 5 stars
    My whole family LOVED these!!! So sweet & different! Definitely going to make again.

    • megan sheley says:

      I love that! Glad everyone enjoyed them <3

    • Victoria says:

      4 stars
      Are they supposed to be very heavy? Mine did not fill a 9×13 and are very dense and spice cake like… I think covid ruined my taste buds (thanks 2020) but these were ok. I’ll see what my daughter says and update. Good recipe to play with.

  18. Katie Johnson says:

    I saw these on TikTok and I look forward to making them this week! How small should I chop the apples? Smaller or bigger than half inch cubes?

    • megan sheley says:

      Hi there! Chop them into smaller than 1/2 inch chunks. It’s kind of a preference! You want small bite-sized pieces.

  19. Bri says:

    5 stars
    We don’t eat a lot of sweets, but I had to try these. This recipe was super easy to half and came out absolutely delicious! I’ll be making these again ❤️

  20. KGee says:

    My kids aren’t fond of maple flavoring. What could I substitute instead instead of having just plain creme cheese frosting? Cannot wait to try this recipe!

  21. Crystal says:

    Just made this recipe. They are delicious and rich. The texture is like a brownie. Crisp on the outside, moist and chewy on the inside. The picture on insta looked a little more cake-like in texture, but mine were more like the title suggests and are a brownie-like consistency. Thanks!

  22. kc says:

    How much is “one stick” of butter? Canadian butter didn’t come in sticks :/

  23. Ana says:

    3 stars
    I made these yesterday and holy crap they are sooo sweet. I think there is too much frosting. I don’t think I’ll be making these again, sorry.

  24. Nicole says:

    I’m planning on making these but I was curious- I do not have maple syrup and it is a little expensive and not sure I want to purchase it specifically for this recipe. Would I be able to use maple flavoring instead? Or is it the consistency and flavor of maple syrup specifically that is necessary? Thank you! 🙂

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