Hey, everyone! It’s been a stressful quarter for me so far, so I took a break from my work last night and made these super delicious blondies that are loaded with m&ms! They’re so quick and easy to make.  You can substitute the m&ms with chocolate chips, oreos, or any other candy or cookie you may have lying around at home.

I adapted the recipe from here.  The batter made after following the recipe was extremely small compared to the size of the pan I needed to fill, so once I poured the batter into the pan, I repeated the steps to make a second batter. For ONE batch of batter, you will need:

1 stick of butter (unsalted)

1 egg

1 cup of light brown sugar

1 tablespoon vanilla extract

1 cup of flour

1/2 cup of m&ms


Before beginning, preheat oven to 350 degrees!

1. Melt the butter. Once melted, mix vanilla extract, flour, and sugar in a medium sized bowl.

2. After mixing these ingredients, add the egg. Continue mixing.

3. Pour in the m&ms.  Mix until the m&ms are well distributed throughout the batter.

4. Pour the batter into a baking pan lined with aluminum foil (or sprayed with cooking spray).

Repeat steps 1-4 if you are using a larger baking pan (this indicates that you will need a duplicate set of the ingredients on hand).

blondies m&m batter

The batter before it went into the oven.

5. Put pan into oven and bake for 20-22 minutes.

6. Once batter is out of the oven, test to see if it is fully cooked by inserting a toothpick.  If the toothpick comes out unscathed, your batter is probably done being baked.

6. Cut into squares, eat and enjoy!

m&m blondies finished

Out of the oven and ready to eat! 


Hey, everyone! Today, I’m introducing a brand new series called Startup Spotlight! I’ll be featuring up-and-coming fun and useful sites that you can incorporate into everyday life.  Today’s spotlight is on Dressometry, a search engine for dresses.  Dressometry aims to ease the daunting task of searching multiple sites on the web for the perfect dress.  You can filter through the 10,000 dresses they have in their database by adjusting parameters such as “occasion,” “color,” or “price,” or ultilize the “Design Your Dress” feature to find the dress you’re looking for.  Say goodbye to having a bajillion tabs open the next time you have to buy a dress, and say hello to Dressometry.

Dressometry Homepage

Adjust the filters shown on the left to find a dress.

Design Your Dress Feature

Clicking on the “Design Your Dress” link will guide you through several prompts to help you find a perfect match.

To learn more about Dressometry, check them out on Facebook.  Happy shopping!