Bake Moist and Chewy Bars with This Simple Ingredient Swap

This baking hack will make sure your bars will come out moist and chewy.

 

Blondies, Food for the Gods and butterscotch bars are all better with their distinct chewy textures and deep toffee-like flavors. Here's a simple ingredient swap to keep them chewy all the time: instead of using granulated sugar, use dark brown sugar or muscovado sugar.

 

Also, remember to underbake these bars by a minute or two to make sure that they stay ooey, gooey, and chewy.

 

Easy, right? Here are a few recipes to kick off your chewy bar baking adventure!

 

 


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