Peanut bars are a great dessert, after-school snack, or even a breakfast item. Try recipes for Triple Peanut Bars, Peanut Butter and Toffee Bars, and Salted Peanut Bars to choose your favorite.See Popular Peanut Bars Recipes
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Strawberry preserves complements the crunchy, nutty peanuts just perfectly in this cookie bar. This wonderful homemade casual dessert or after-school snack is sure to transport adults back to warm childhood memories.
Rum flavored bananas top a chocolate crust for these dessert bars.
As pretty as any ornament on the tree (and edible to boot!), these yummy treats in razzle-dazzle shapes and sizes will please kids of all ages.
This treat contains all the yummy goodness of a salted-nut candy bar with the added bonus of a luscious caramel topping.
Transform macaroons into yummy bars by pressing them into a pan and sprinkling with toppings for the easiest cookies ever!
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A chocolate cake mix crust, creamy peanut butter center, and sweet ganache topping make these dessert bars irresistible.
With Halloween usually comes a pile of leftover candy. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it's on my mind even before I stock up on candy--I like to be prepared for what I might be left with. Sure, it's delicious to just eat the candy as is, but that can get repetitive if you have pounds of the stuff left.
From fruit studded bars to chocolaty confections, whip up a pan of these dessert bars to share at your next gathering, party, or potluck.
Are you sitting down? Really, you should steel yourself -- we have big, big news. Ready?
We're not going to lie: we're a little, um, competitive when it comes to the potluck table. Behind the smiles and small talk about the kids, work, and the weather, we'll admit we're occasionally eyeing the spread, looking to see just how much of the dish we brought has been eaten. When we overhear a delicious murmur, "Who brought the dessert?" -- yeah, we get a little thrill. Hauling home a dish that's been picked clean? It's a happy little triumph. You might think a victory like that requires slaving away for hours in the kitchen, but we'll letread more
Skip the usual vanilla and chocolate ice cream sandwich for one of these over-the-top delicious dessert recipes.