Blondie Batter Dip

I always think I’m done with this batter dip craze.
And then there it is again, at the forefront of my mind and right into my kitchen aid!
We won’t talk about where it goes from there… ahem.
I love the flavors in this dip.
The brown sugar and caramel really give it such a great richness.
Like Pot O’ Gold type rich…
Ok, ok. It’s a stretch. I admit.
Just trying to fit that St. Patrick’s day jazz in somewhere :)
And I did make a back-up treat, just in case you didn’t buy the “Pot o’ Gold” bit…
Shamrock sugar cookie dippers!

This recipe makes a HUGE batch of dip– and I’m not really much of a cookie cutter-outer.
And there is no way I was cutting out a billion Shamrocks to go with all that dip.
So after about a dozen four-leaf clovers, 
I took the easy way out and finished up with cookie cups:
Cookie cups are one of my favorite go-to recipes for leftover dips, buttercream, and ganache.
My original cookie cups post is HERE.
Happy St. Patty’s everyone!!
Have a Pot O’ Blondie-Batter-Gold on me :)
PS- this dip would be PHENOMENAL with pretzels. 
And maybe instead of caramel and butterscotch chips– M&Ms and chocolate chips.
Or with cinnamon and white chocolate chips… mmmmm.
So many options.
Must. find. more. dippers.

Blondie Batter Dip

  • 8 oz. cream cheese
  • 1/2 c. butter, softened
  • 2 2/3 c. powdered sugar
  • 5 tbsp. brown sugar
  • 10 tbsp. flour
  • 1/3 c. caramel sundae sauce
  • 1 c. butterscotch chips
  1. In a stand mixer, whisk together the cream cheese and butter until smooth.
  2. Whisk in the brown sugar and flour.
  3. Gradually whisk in the powdered sugar until smooth (add in 1 tbsp. of milk if the mixture is too stiff).
  4. Using a rubber spatula, fold in the caramel sauce and the butterscotch chips.
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  1. oh my goodness!!! seriously, you are gonna be the death to my jeans lol. I made the original cookie dough dip for a baby shower and literally had to move it to the garage (extra fridge out there) to keep it out of sight, out of mind. It was a HUGE hit. Your press and fill cups was how I started following your blog, genius I tell ya. these look delicious, now there is a new reason to have a party-lots of dip! =0)

  2. OMG. I can seriously say blondies are my absolute favorite dessert EVER. Over cupcakes, over cookies, over pie, over ice cream–everything. Blondies take the cake–er, bar. They EXCEED the bar. I can only imagine how rich and wonderful this dip is. And those cookie cups? Too freakin’ cute!

  3. Wow. What a great idea! I love the shamrock cookies for dipping. So cute!

  4. You are a genius with your dips! YUMMY! I’m trying to think of a good excuse to make this other than I just want it!

  5. This looks AMAZING!! This dip looks great with the cookies, and I’m sure I would end up just eating it plain too!

  6. I love a good blondie! Love the shamrock cookies and I’m sure this would be delicious with chocolate animal crackers. You’re right the options are endless!

    Becca @ Crumbs and Chaos

  7. Blondies happen to be one of my all time favorites!! You are an evil genius for coming up with this one. Evil because I know exactly where that dip is going if I even dare to make it and sample it:-) And cutting out cookies is not one of my favs, so I usually throw it in a bar pan…love the mini cup idea though!!! You are have struck gold with this recipe;-)

  8. Ooooo…I love this. Blondies are fast becoming my all time favorite. And the cups are so freakin’ cute!! :) Have a great weekend Ashton!

  9. This sounds sooooo good! I love blondies-so this recipe’s right up my alley!

  10. I love the green cookies. Super cute!

  11. I hope your batter dips never end! This one looks sooo good with the caramel and butterscotch… yum!

  12. Adorable! I love these & your blog!!! Found you via chef in training . Feel free to stop by if you can. Thanks for sharing!


  13. Mmmm batter dip. Keep them coming! Yummy!

  14. Yummy looks delicious. Hey honey, what is the font you use in the header where it reads Blondie Batter Dip in pink?


  15. I like it too much, it’s delicious. Please, I would like to know the name of a font where it read Blondie Batter Dip. Thanks!

  16. Girl, you are seriously trying to kill me! ;)

  17. Oh wow, I would eat this so fast! It looks amazing!

  18. This looks delicious! Thanks for sharing it on Makin’ You Crave Monday last week. I am featuring it on this week’s edition, and I’d love it if you came by, checked it out, & shared again!

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