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Golden Grahams Cookie Bar Recipe

Updated on January 22, 2011

The Golden Graham cookie bars made with this recipe are absolutely yummy-licious. They are a somewhat hard chewy cookie bar with melt in your mouth chocolate on top.You can buy these cookie bars pre-made at Albertson's or Amazon(see product link below) but you can also make them at home on your own.

This cereal cookie bar recipe is great to make with kids. An adult will need to melt the ingredients in a sauce pan but children can work together to crush and mix the cereal after the mix has been poured over it.

Golden Grahams cereal cookie bars make about 40+ small cookie bars. But hide the cereal bars fast once they've cooled if you want these to last more then a few days in your house.

golden graham cookie bars
golden graham cookie bars

Golden Graham Treats Ingredients

  • 2 Tablespoons Butter or Margarine
  • 2/3 cups of Karo Syrup
  • 1 cup of Peanut Butter
  • 3 cups of Miniature Marshmallows
  • 3 cups Golden Grahams Cereal
  • 1 bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips

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In a large sauce pan melt butter, peanut butter, and Karo syrup under medium heat. Fold in marshmallows until melted to a creamy consistency.

Pour over Golden Grahams in a large bowl and mix well. A wooden spoon works best to crush down some of the cereal mix. Once everything is sufficiently covered and mixed, pour into a greased rectangular cake pan size baking stone or glass cake/casserole dish.

Leave to sit and cool for about 10 to 15 minutes. Take a piece of saran wrap with a very light amount of butter on it and use it to push the cereal bar mix into the dish so that it is flat and compact.

In a microwave safe bowl, put chocolate chips in and melt in microwave for about 1 to 2 minutes stopping every 30 seconds to stir. Continue until chocolate is completely melted. Pour chocolate over cereal bar mix and allow to cool in fridge. Cookie bars are ready when chocolate has hardened completely.

Cut, Serve, Enjoy


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      Jeff Spears 

      8 years ago

      Yes, in the US we call a cookie the same thing as you would call a biscuit in Europe.

    • Vizey profile image


      9 years ago

      Could you tell me that cookie are just like biscuits? I have never tasted cookie. Well thanks for sharing recipes. You should experiment and share new and out of the box recipes.


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