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Carmel Peanut Butter Bars

Updated on November 15, 2009
Here is a really delightful recipe for Carmel Peanut Butter Bars that are so delicious
Here is a really delightful recipe for Carmel Peanut Butter Bars that are so delicious

Carmel Peanut Butter Bars Recipe

Do you love candy bars. Then you'll just love these really great tasting cookie bars that taste just like a candy bar. They are really easy to make and are a real crowd pleaser. If you cut them out right you'll get three dozen cookie bars from this recipe.

For Your Carmel Peanut Butter Bars Recipe You Will Need.

For your cookie bar bottoms you will need.

1. One Large Package Sugar Cookie Mix.

2. One Half Cup Butter.

3. One Large Egg.

4. Sixteen Miniature Peanut Butter Cups With Chocolate Coating Chopped Up Into Small Pieces.

For Your Cookie Bar Filling You Will Need.

1. 36 Caramels Unwrapped.

2. 1 14 Ounce Can Sweetened Condensed Milk.

3. 1/4 Cup Creamy Peanut Butter.

4.  1/2 Cup Course Ground Peanuts.

For Your Cookie Bar Topping You Will Need.

1. One one pound container Milk Chocolate Frosting.

2. 1/2 Cup Course Ground Peanuts.

You will want to heat your oven to 350 degrees and spray a 13"X9" baking pan with vegetable cooking spray. In a large mixing bowl you will want to combine all your ingredients for the cookie bar bottoms and press well into the bottom of the baking pan. Bake for 18-20 minutes until light golden brown.

In a large stock pot you will want to combine all the ingredients for the filling and heat until boiling. Remove from the heat and stir very well. Let it cool slightly and pour it over the cookie base. Place in the refrigerator and allow it to cool there.

Once it has cooled completely in the refrigerator you will want to spread your milk chocolate frosting over the top and sprinkle the top with the chopped peanuts. Press the peanuts down slightly into the milk chocolate frosting. Let your cookie bars cool at least four hours in the refrigerator before you cut your cookie bars out. You can if you wish wrap each individual bar cookie in plastic wrap before you store them in the refrigerator.



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      Russell-D 

      8 years ago from Southern Ca.

      They look scrumpious, but look is all we Diabtetic Type II guys can do. Now if you could sell a non-sugar version to Nestle or Hershey that didn't cost a fortune to make, you'd get rich and we'd have the pleasure of eating Carmel Peanut Butter Bars.

      David Russell

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