Snickerdoodle Blondies and my Chinet Bakeware Review & Giveaway!

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Snickerdoodle Blondies are soft and delicious snickerdoodles filled with white chocolate chips.

  I have a great recipe to share with you today, and also a giveaway! I was honored to be contacted by Chinet to review their new line of disposable bakeware. When they sent me a free box filled with tons of their new disposable pans, I was super excited to get baking!

  I decided to make some Snickerdoodle Blondies for my first attempt at the bakeware. The pan I used was the 8×8 inch. When I pulled it out of the box, I noticed all of the pans came with lids! I thought that was such a great idea for keeping food fresh. Especially if your going to a picnic or barbecue. No need for any saran wrap or foil to cover the top!

  As I waited for the blondies to bake, I wondered how the pans would hold up in the oven. Most foil pans will cave in and aren’t very sturdy, but that was not the case with these. I loved how sturdy they felt before I used them, and after baking with them! The blondies also came out of the pans with ease because they are non-stick. Awesome!

  I think there are many pluses to this new bakeware line. They are microwavable and freezer safe, and are also made up of 90% recyclable materials. I really love that! No longer are the days when you take a meal to a friend, and have to worry about getting your pan back. Just bake it in one of these and your good to go!

Snickerdoodle Blondies are soft and delicious snickerdoodles filled with white chocolate chips.
For the Giveaway…..
Chinet Bakeware.

{This Giveaway is CLOSED}

  Chinet was nice enough to send me some of their bakeware for free, and they want to send one of my awesome readers a set too! It will include:

2- 9×13 pans
3- 8×8’s
3- oval 7×11’s
3- small oval 1.5 quart size

  To enter the giveaway, all you have to do is leave a comment below, telling me what you would bake in your new disposable bakeware!

  The giveaway will end on Saturday, May 12th at Midnight Pacific time. I will announce the winner on Monday, May 14th! Please remember to leave an email address with your comment so I can contact you!

  Good Luck to everyone!

  Now, about those blondies. They were super duper divine! If you love Snickerdoodle Cookies, you will love these blondies! I added some white chocolate chips to the batter, because that’s how I roll 🙂

White Chocolate Snickerdoodle Blondies

1/2 cup butter, softened
1 cup sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 large egg
1-1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1 cup flour
1/2 cup white chocolate chips
1 Tablespoon sugar & 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon, mixed together

Directions:  Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray an 8×8 baking pan with non-stick spray.

In a large bowl, cream butter and sugar until fluffy and light. Beat in salt, egg and vanilla until combined. Stir in flour until combined, and then stir in white chocolate chips. Batter will be very thick like cookie dough.

Spread and press batter evenly into pan. Sprinkle the cinnamon sugar mixture over the top.
Bake for 28-30 minutes, or until bars are set and edges are lightly browned. Let cool completely before cutting.

Makes 9 bars.

Snickerdoodle Blondies are soft and delicious snickerdoodles filled with white chocolate chips.

Recipe adapted from: Baking Bites

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158 thoughts on “Snickerdoodle Blondies and my Chinet Bakeware Review & Giveaway!

  1. Those blondies look fantastic! YUM. I haven’t seen that bakeware, but how awesome is that?! I love that they are prettier than your average disposable pan, perfect to give to a new mom! Thanks for the chance (and thanks Chinet)!!

  2. I love the bakeware!!! What a fantastic idea. I hate doing dishes…or labeling all of my pans before taking them to friends houses to make sure I get them back. I would make my moms famous “Better Than Sex Cake” in the large bakeware!!! Maybe some Peanut Butter Brownies in the smaller pans. Love!!

  3. I haven’t seen these yet! Your recipe looks delish! Thanks for the giveaway! I would make things like lasagna or Tarragon Chicken in mine to give to new moms or neighbors. I like not having to worry about getting my dishes back!
    tsgkrn @ yahoo dot com

  4. First I’d try these blondies, then millionaires shortbread, that’s a difficult one to give as a gift as it sometimes sticks to the pan – who cares if you afford to give the pan too!!! Just leave the shortbread in the pan, cover in clear film and tie with a bow, simple!
    Just off to rummage through my recipes to see what else I’d like to make . Will these pans be available in th UK soon??? Please!

  5. I’ll be stopping by my grocery store on the way home to see if they’ve got this bakeware yet … I SO despise those cheap aluminum disposables!! I think I’d probably make Chicken Tetrazzini in it for our monthly office potluck 🙂

  6. I would make the snickerdoodle blondies for my husband’s office staff. Heck I’ll make them whether I win or not. 🙂

  7. I would probably make some red velvet brownies with white chocolate frosting. I’ve been dreaming about them since I made them at Christmas!

    katiedmcgowen at

  8. I would have to make my Mothers terrific Lasagna in these fine pans 🙂 thanks for offering a great giveaway!

  9. I would bake those snickerdoodle blondies you posted. I never had a snickerdoodle or blondie so what better way to try them than with some new pans.

    My email is [email protected]

  10. Ooo, yum!
    I would bake… a bunch of stuff! My daughter’s first birthday is next month, and I have a ton of goodies that I need to bake!

  11. Yum! Those blondies look awesome! I think I’d probably bake some brownies or something in the new pans. I’m all over some brownies lately!

  12. Oh, those snickerdoodle blondies look divine! Love that they will go into the freezer or the microwave! I always make double batches of main dishes and freeze half for busy days. These would work perfect! Thanks for the chance to win!
    danikapark AT yahoo DOT com

  13. I would love to bake with these. perfect for taking dinner to families with new babies, or anyone in need of a good meal and treat! I would bake a chocolate cake in the big one :0)

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  14. Mmm… I would bake Bombshell Brownies or 7 Layer Cookies or Blueberry Coffee Cake…um, can you tell I’m pregnant 😉

  15. The freezer part is what caught my eye! I am big into make ahead meals that I can throw into the freezer and my husband can just pop into the oven one night while I’m at work. I love the convenience but I don’t want my whole bakeware set in the freezer though either! I would love to have something sturdy to take from freezer to oven!
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  16. Love the bakeware, what a timesaver! Thanks for the review and the opportunity to win! I would make your blondie recipe and then some cinnamon rolls.

  17. Oh I haven’t seen those in my stores yet!!! I love that they come with lids and are actually cute enough to give away with a dinner!!! What would I bake? LOL probably some sort of decadent over the top brownie:-)
    Love the snickerdoodle and white chocolate combo you have going on here…yum!!!

  18. Those look so cool, especially for picnics or pot lucks. I would bake brownies only because I’m craving chocolate right now 🙂 and I’d like to try those snickerdoodle blondies too.

  19. I will surely be able to use these cookware items since I am always taking meals to families at our church! I’d fill them up with the Chicken Parm bake, Fried Rice and Sweet and Sour Chicken, and these snickerdoodle goodies!! We are having all of these items this week at my house!!! Mmmmmmm! The first two are “old” favorites…and these snickerdoodles will be our NEW favorite! 🙂 –Julie Davis

  20. I would definitely have to try your snickerdoodle blondies, but there are so many different recipes I want to try, but am trying to lose weight to swimsuit season 😉
    So I may try to make a vegetarian lasagna or something else healthy!

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  21. I would love to try out this new bakeware by Chinet, I’ve been admiring it at the store and would love to give it a try! 🙂 I would love to use this bakeware to make and take meals to others…we take meals to members in our church congregation dealing with health issues…I think this bakeware would be great for this! Thanks for this opportunity!
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  22. Lets see I would bake enchiladas, umm those blades listed above look delish and, I love to do chicken and rice dished and cakes mmmm cakes.
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    crossing my fingers!

  23. Those blondies look so good! I plan on trying those very soon, and the bakeware would be used on a daily basis cooking for my hubby and three kids, enchiladas are our favorite at the moment so that would be one of the many things we would start with. I don’t own anything like these but they look wonderful!

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  24. I would use them for meals for friends. Several friends have had babies so I would maybe cook casseroles or desserts

  25. We have a new neighbor and I have been meaning to bring them some treats. I also love snicker doodles so I think I would make a double batch of your snicker doodle blondies. One batch for my new neighbor and one for my fam and me.

  26. I have made the snickerdoodle blondies before, but not with the white chocolate chips – what a great addition!

    I would make some baked beans in these – would be great for taking to a summer BBQ!

  27. A really nice lady in the neighborhood has cancer, and I would use it for ner the next time I take her dinner. It would make it easier fir her and me! No washing and returning!.

  28. Those look divine!! I am a poor college student that loves trying to cook new things and I have been trying many of your recipes and each one has been so delicious! If I won the bakeware, I would make chicken noodle casserole (super delicious!) and then for dessert I would definitely try these snickerdoodle blondies! Thanks for all the wonderful recipes! 🙂

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  29. I would make chicken lasagne,it is so good. I would also make your snickdoodle blondies they look very yummy.

  30. Sorry I just wrote the above comment about the chicken lasanga and I forgot to leave my name. Lorraine

  31. Would love to try out your blondie recipe in the bakeware! I like to make dinners that normally bake in a 9 x 13 pan and bake them in smaller ones to give to my parents for their dinner. These look perfect for something like that and for traveling.

  32. I would love some new pans… I got married 15 years ago and haven’t bought new pans since my wedding showers! I would make the snickerdoodle blondies, of course!

  33. Well, of course I’ll try making these Blondies. I think I’d make a Boston Cream Poke Cake in the 9X13. It’s about time someone comes out with some decent disposable bakeware!

  34. Hi, Holly! I just made a rhubarb dessert(it’s over at my site) for our daughter and son-in-law in a foil pan. Kinda filmsy, but I didn’t spill it! Blessings! Earlene

  35. Well of course, I would make these snickerdoodle blondies!!!! Aw.Some. 🙂

  36. I’ll probably have to make these Snickerdoodle Blondies, and there are so many other bars I can make with these and maybe even some of my casseroles. thesummers09 at yahoo dot com

  37. If i had them for this weekend, I’m doing Mother’s day Brunch – Hashbrown breakfast casserole,
    French Toast casserole, sausage & Eggs Casserole. Then Oreo dessert,yum!
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  38. These would be great for taking meals to someone … anything from casseroles to brownies or a small cake. thevalens @ nwi . net

  39. Oh those snickerdoodle blondies look great!
    I love that bakeware idea!!! I make alot for my neighbors and these would be perfect to cook in!! Thanks for the chance at trying them!!

    God Bless~

  40. I love to make new recipes, and I often get inspiration from your blog posts! I would love to get the chance to create a masterpiece in the kitchen with those Chinet dishes!

  41. I might have to try these blondies also but my true love are brownies so that’s the first thing I’d make…maybe I’ll add white choc chips now that you’ve planted that seed in my head. 🙂

  42. I would try to bake my mom’s “made from scratch lasagna” I’ve been putting off for YEARS! And lots of sweets. Thanks for the giveaway!
    amberwilder at hotmail dot com

  43. I would make the snickerdoodle blondies (of course!!) as well as some Knock ya Naked brownies from PW website and then with all these goodies I would make my hubby’s favorite pan of lasagna! 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win this great stuff! Ooooh maybe some banana bread too!
    Jenny R
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  44. The blondies look fantastic! These pans look sturdy enough to reuse but I love the fact that you don’t have to stress about getting your bakeware back.
    I would put lasagna in one, I always wind up with enough ingredients left to make two 😉 and one always goes in the freezer for an easy dinner later. Any baked dinner would easily be shared with family when I wouldn’t have to worry about getting my favorite baking dish back!–Sondra
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  45. I would first make lasagna and then some brownies for dessert. And with no cleanup of the messy pans–makes for an even better meal!

  46. I absolutely love to win these and make some freezer meals in them. I think I would make lasagna and a couple other casseroles in them. Thanks for the chance to enter.

    Andrea D.
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  47. My family has a lot of get togethers. These baking dishes would be perfect for taking these to get togethers. Tons of dishes come to mind when I think of our get togethers. Some of our favs are meatballs, stuffed shells, enchiladas, and scalloped potatoes. 🙂

    Jamie C
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  48. I would make some brownies and the honey lime enchiladas, I made them last night and they were so yummy! They will definetly be the new enchiladas I make from now on.
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  49. YUM!!! I would bake these as well as all the other delicious things on your blog. I was not into cooking at all (I recently graduated from college so never really had a place to try and opted to live off Easy Mac), but after reading your blog, I have loved being in the kitchen. My family has been so surprised that I no longer bring store bought items to gatherings but rather have brought tons of items made from your recipes!!!

    Thanks for teaching me how to cook and to love it!!

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  50. Oh MY, these look heavenly, why not just start with these bars! I take meals regularly to people from church who are ill or just home from the hospital. I always use disposable pans so they don’t have to bother returning dishes. And these look SO MUCH NICER than what I’m stuck with. I’d love to try them out!
    Oh, and I love your blog…visit every other day!

  51. I would make some sort of dip (buffalo chicken , jalepeno popper, etc). I never like to clean up the pan after it has been sitting out at a party so these would be awesom!

  52. My girls and nephews love Snickerdoodles, so I would make these, as well as casseroles for my college age daughter to freeze

  53. I would make these awesome snickerdoodle blondies to take to our church potluck meal in the new bakeware!

  54. I would use these to make a bunch of main dishes, side dishes and desserts to freeze for later use since I am due in a few more weeks with baby #9. I will need all of the help I can get to feed my hungry hoarde at the dinner table whilst trying to juggle a newborn too:)

  55. I would make 2 main dishes in the 9 X 13 in pans, Mexican Lasagna and Easy to Stuff Manicotti. In the 8 X 8’s I would make my version of Snickerdoodle Blondies, and also Butterfinger Blondies (Hubby’s favorite). In the three small ovals: Let’s see, Mac & Cheese, Broccoli & Rice Casserole & Cheesy Taco Bake. In the 3 – 7 X 11’s: Laurie’s AuGratin Potatoes, Apple Crisp, and Arroz Con Pollo Casserole. Thank you!!

  56. I saw the commercial for these and thought they’d be great. I bake and freeze dishes to take to friends who are ill,new mothers and anybody with an occasion they may not want to cook. Savory Chicken Noodles & Baked Spaghetti are some of the best. I would try them first.

    Love your blog… Kari
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  57. The Blondie Brownies look DELISH!!!!

    The Chinet Bakeware is a great idea and I would use the pans to bake my mothers favorite Red Velvet Brownies for Mother’s Day!!!

    Thanks for all the Yummy recipes!

    jmhaustin@ gmail. com

  58. Those pans would be perfect to take an entire meal to a new mom, which I seem to be doing at least once a month recently! I’ve found a recipe for Honey Chicken that is super kid-friendly, and the adults like it too (leftovers are good sliced over a salad the next day), so that’s probably what I’d make.

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    Oh, and I’m pinning the blondie recipe 🙂

  59. That bakeware looks very cool. I would probably bake brownies or maybe some lasagna!



  60. Hi Holly! OMG! I’m embarking on a lifestyle journey to lose weight…so you know what that means?! More cooking (mainly BAKING) my food from now on! I don’t have a specific recipe, but I am working on turning traditionally fattening recipes to low calorie/low fat ones! I would love this set to help me start my new journey of eating healthy! <3

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  61. Love your blog and have tried several of your recipes! I think a nice fresh apple cake with caramel glaze would work wonderfully in the disposable pans.

  62. Those pans are so cute and would be perfect for our upcoming potluck – a boat ride on the Hudson. I would make brownies or Orange Supreme cake and take and I wouldn’t have to worry about the pan and it wouldn’t be a silly metal pan.

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  63. Aside from the many recipes of yours I’m still wanting to try I’d make a “Coconut” Cream Pie (made with Spaghetti Squash instead of Coconut) and Zucchini Cassarole (an amazing dish I serve instead of stuffing/dressing as it tastes just like it but is so much better for you).

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  64. PS these blondies look amazing and easy. I’m a huge fan of blondies as I’m really picky about brownies. Blondies never disappoint. Thanks for this one and many more.

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  65. Ohhh, those look delicious! As for the bakeware, I can think of a ton of recipes to use them for, including your Cheesy Potato Casserole and my much loved black bean brownies. Please pick my name! And thanks for taking the time to blog such great stuff.

  66. I would make a chicken pot pie for a friend who just had surgery and will be out of commission for several weeks and his wife doesn’t cook.

  67. I would definitely make your Cinnamon Roll Cake! Mmm… that is actually the recipe that led me to your site, but I haven’t had a chance to make it yet!

  68. I would love to win these. They look great for taking food to friends. 🙂
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  69. As a lead teacher at a middle school, I love to bake for my co-workers. This is an especially good time of year to take them extra treats because the end of the year can be stressful. Having disposable containers to use would mean that I wouldn’t lose my dishes and I can keep on baking! I plan to start with the banana cake, snickerdoodle blondies, cinnamon roll cake, chocolate chip cookie dough brownies and the bean dip. Thank you so much for sharing your recipes, experiences and pictures!
    My e-mail address is [email protected]

  70. I would love to try a new recipe I found for Monkey bread sticky rolls in one of these. I plan on taking it to my sunday school class next weekend.

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