Have you ever made Muddy Buddies, or Puppy Chow around the holidays? If so, you are probably a huge chocolate and peanut butter fan like myself. If you have made Muddy Buddies before, you probably know that the VERY BEST bites are those clumps that get stuck together. Those clumps always have more chocolate and peanut butter in them, and they are SOOOO GOOD! I decided to simplify the Muddy Buddy recipe, while also ensuring that each bite is that amazing ratio of chocolate and peanut butter to cereal that I love. Try out my Muddy Buddy Bars recipe today!
Molasses cookies are delicious, but one of the worst parts of making them is waiting for the dough to chill. This is an important step for making cookies, because without it the cookies would spread way too much. The beauty of making these Molasses Cookie Bars with Glaze is that they are contained to a baking dish, so spreading is not a concern! These bars only take about 20 minutes from start to finish, and they are great for the holidays!
If you love S’mores, but you don’t always want to build a campfire just to enjoy them, these S’mores Bars might just be for you. If I am being completely honest, I do not usually love s’mores. I am not a huge marshmallow fan usually, but these bars are a different story. A fantastically delicious cookie base holds the perfect amount of graham crackers, Hershey bars and marshmallows together. This would be a great dessert to serve at a summer gathering, just don’t expect leftovers!
If you love butterfinger bars, you have come to the right place! These butterfinger cookie bars have a peanut butter cookie base and a creamy topping of sweetened condensed milk, chocolate chips and crushed butterfingers. This is the perfect dessert recipe for a party as the bars are easy to slice and serve.