Gooey and delicious vegan graham cracker blondies made with just five ingredients! They’re so easy you’ll want to make them all the time.
Do you even believe me when I say you can make tasty blondies with five ingredients?! No jokes here, this delicious treat really only needs five ingredients and they’re so good!
I first found out about this recipe from a friend who brought over a meal train dinner for us when we were first home from the hospital with Olivia. With the meal they brought blondies as dessert. Which by the way, anyone who brings a dessert with their meal train dish gets extra brownie (or blondie) points because having a sweet treat on hand is super helpful when you’re sleep deprived with a new babe.
Anyhow, Isaac fell in love with the blondies and quickly texted the person who made them for us to find out the recipe. He shared the recipe with me and I was shocked by the fact that it only required five ingredients – graham crackers, sweetened condensed milk, chocolate chips, baking powder and salt. I immediately thought it would be fun to try to create a vegan version with sweetened condensed coconut milk and dairy-free chocolate chips. They turned out to be so delicious that I knew I had to share the recipe.
Have Your Kids Help Make These
This is such a fun recipe to involve the kids with because 1) it involves graham cracker smashing and 2) it’s basically just dumping ingredients into a bowl and mixing! Have your little ones help you or assign your older ones to make you a treat… ha!
What is a Blondie?
As I was developing this recipe and writing this post I wanted to see what the actual definition of a blondie was and it’s considered a blonde brownie. A brownie without the cocoa powder! Traditionally, blondies have more of a vanilla flavor than chocolate.
Ingredients You Need:
graham crackers – if you want the blondies to be vegan, be sure to look for graham crackers without honey
sweetened condensed coconut milk – use 2 cans of store-bought or make your own with my recipe. If you don’t care about the recipe being vegan, you can use 1 (14 oz) can of regular sweetened condensed milk.