Ooey Gooey Caramel Pumpkin Blondies

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I am always on the look out for new pumpkin recipes to try. I was up the other night feeding our little guy and decided to browse the Tasty Kitchen website. Probably not the best idea at 2:00 in the morning because after seeing Lauren’s recipe for Ooey Gooey Caramel Pumpkin Blondies, I was craving sugar like mad. I couldn’t wait for the sun to come up so I could run to the store to buy all of the ingredients to make these decadent blondies.

I am always up for trying anything with Ooey and Gooey in the title. My favorite sweet cinnamon biscuits are also Ooey and Gooey:) It’s just a good sign when Ooey and Gooey are involved! You layer the pumpkin blondies with rich caramel and chocolate chips. The recipe also calls for walnuts, but I left them out because Josh is allergic and I wanted to share this dessert with him. The caramel definitely makes these blondies Ooey and Gooey-in the most amazing way. The caramel and chocolate melt together to create a divine filling to the pumpkin spiced blondies.

We served the caramel pumpkin blondies with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. We were in dessert heaven. I could have easily eaten the entire pan of these blondies, but I decided to be generous and share. Josh took some of the blondies into his work and everyone loved them! If you are looking for a new pumpkin recipe to try, look no further. These blondies are pumpkin perfection! I am adding this recipe to our must make list every Fall and I think I will make a pan for Thanksgiving. Move over pumpkin pie! For step-by-step photos and the recipe, head on over to Tasty Kitchen. You all NEED this recipe, trust me!


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I'm Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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  1. They look perfect! I love blondies, caramel, choc chips…and pumpkin. Yum!

    And I’ve been seeing your ginger/molasses pumpkin cookies everywhere on pinterest. I need to get on it and make those, soon!

  2. Note to self: Must make these immediately! They certainly look like heaven to me. I guess this might make up for the fact snow is predicted this weekend.

  3. Josh is currently addicted to a vegan blondie ive been making! I was surprised when i first made them how well chocolate and pumpkin pair! The layer of caramel sounds awesome

  4. did you know i’ve been dreaming of these since the tasty kitchen post the other day? WOWZAH!

  5. I look forward to your yummy recipes every week. This sounds absolutely amazing! I just pinned it so that I will not forget to try it. 🙂

  6. I have been thinking about making something like this. Blondies are a staple at our house when we want something sweet. I cannot wait to try them!

  7. i just made some pumpkin blondies! I made them with a twist. But you gave me an idea for the next batch “caramel”! These look good Maria!

  8. Yeah, these need to happen in my kitchen. I would bathe in caramel if I could…and if it weren’t so sticky 😉

  9. Perfect! When I saw this pop up in my reader I thought – the only addition needed was chocolate chips, then I came here and saw they were already in it! Fantastic. 🙂

  10. Really? Gooey caramel AND pumpkin? I might literally run to the store right now to buy all these ingredients. 😉 They look awesome.

  11. Ooey-gooey love! I would have left out the walnuts as well, it’s not like they’ll be missed. Nummy darlin’.

  12. Those 2 am feedings can be dangerous… too many cookies out there!
    These look amazing and I’m sure the little guy is lovin’ how they smell.

  13. Seriously, your pictures are so good that I can practically taste these. They look so soft and moist too.

  14. Oh wow, the caramel has to send these over the top. Another great use of pumpkin, which is one of the things I just can’t seem to get enough of this season.

  15. These were amazing!!!! I made it just as the recipe stated. I really don’t like nuts but just chopped them up really fine and it added a nice, nutty element to the blondie. My family enjoyed them too. Thanks for a great recipe. It will be on my fall dessert recipe rotation from now on.