Last weekend I teased you all by posting a picture of my latest camping recipe and your comments abounded with the need, nay, the obsession to have the recipe for the gorgeous concoction. Golden Oreo Rainbow Bit Butterscotch Blondies. This is how mean I am. I post a picture of this beauty and then leave you hanging all week long. Now because I love you, I will put you out of your torment and I am very pleased to introduce to you the Golden Oreo Rainbow Bit Butterscotch Blondie!
The ingredients are so simple that it’s almost worth a giggle.
The ingredients needed are as follows:
- one box of Rainbow Bit cake mix (Funfetti cake mix for my American friends)
- ¼ cup of canola oil
- 2 eggs
- 1/4- ⅓ cup of milk
- one bag of Double Stuffed golden Oreos
- one jar of Butterscotch dessert topping
- vanilla ice cream
Rainbow bit cake is the Canadian version of Funfetti cake mix in the states and has been around for as long as I can remember. I remember baking this cake for many a friends birthdays when I was in my twenties, my friend Jen would always pick this as her birthday choice.It’s funny to think of how long I have been the “baker” or the “cook” even when I wasn’t married. I was making birthday cakes for my friends long before I even had my kids!
Now, when it comes down to the Oreos, you simply must use the Double stuffed Golden Oreos, that extra icing simply is divine!
Mmmm. Golden Oreos. Don’t you find that they are so overshadowed by their big brother, the original Oreo? They are so perfectly vanilla-y and delightful but it seems that they always take second place to chocolate Oreos.
Take all of your ingredients and combine in a large bowl. The mixture should be very thick, so start with only a quarter cup of milk and see if that works. We aren’t making a cake here, we are making a brownie type of baked good.
Take three rows of the Golden Oreos and chop up. Add into the mix.
Pour the mixture into a 12 inch skillet and then top with the remaining row of Golden Oreo’s, making sure to chop them up nicely.
Bake in a 350 degree trailer oven or BBQ for around 25 minutes, until the edges are browned. You want to slightly underbake this to get a lovely chewy blondie. Let the blondie rest and set for at least 20 minutes, which is around the time you can actually touch the cast iron again to serve it! Whoo-ee, that cast iron gets hot!
When it’s time to serve, cut up the pieces as you wish and place in a bowl.
Now this, this here looks just fine as it is, but I am going to be honest here, it’s just a nice dessert.
Do you want just a “nice” dessert?
I didn’t think so.
Let’s just get a little bit naughtier, shall we?
Take that butterscotch dessert topping and drizzle it all over the tower of blondie happiness that we have built.
Naughty, sugar-filled food moments like this make me love what I do!
Words just cannot describe how decadent this dessert is.
I am wishing I could have this for my breakfast right now.
Here’s the recipe in printable form for you to try yourself! This morning finds us off to the lake to enjoy the long weekend here in Alberta, but I simply couldn’t wait a moment longer to share this recipe with you! I do hope that you will try it out sometime, it’s easily made at home, of course, but I sure do love concocting all these skillet recipes for camping!
Have a fabulous weekend every and thanks for reading!
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Golden Oreo Rainbow Bit Butterscotch Blondies
- Prep Time
- 5 minutes
- Cook Time
- 25 minutes
- Total Time
- 30 minutes
- Karlynn Johnston
- 432 grams box of Rainbow Bit cake mix Funfetti cake mix for my American friends
- 1/4 cup canola oil
- 2 eggs
- 1/4-1/3 cup milk
- bag Double stuffed Oreos
- jar Butterscotch dessert topping
- vanilla ice cream
- Take all of your ingredients and combine in a large bowl.The mixture should be very thick, so start with only a quarter cup of milk and see if that works. We aren't making a cake here, we are making a brownie type of baked good.
- Take three rows of the Golden Oreos and chop up. Add into the mix.
- Pour the mixture into a 12 inch skillet and then top with the remaining row of Golden Oreo's, making sure to chop them up nicely.
- Bake in a 350 degree trailer oven or BBQ for around 25 minutes, until the edges are browned. You want to slightly underbake this to get a lovely chewy blondie.
- Let the blondie rest and set for at least 20 minutes, which is around the time you can actually touch the cast iron again to serve it!
All calories and info are based on a third party calculator and are only an estimate. Actual nutritional info will vary with brands used, your measuring methods, portion sizes and more.