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You know how much of a chocoholic I am. So I’m sure you can imagine how I felt when I saw a cookie bars recipe land in my email.
Yes that’s right….I was drooling but can you blame me?!
The recipe for these delicious cookie bars was submitted by Cynthia of Baby Shower Ideas and Shops.
This is the kind of recipe that you can whip up in no time at all and would have everyone diving back for more.
Normally when I think of creating something out of leftovers, it is with the old boring drips and drabs that you have lying around in the pantry.
However, making something out of leftover chocolate bites? Now this is something to sit up and take notice about!
Just look at that delicious pile of chocolate goodness all mixed together. It really is a dance on the taste bud’s.
Now imagine all this amazing chocolate mixed together to form cookie bars like no other cookie bar. I think I have your attention!
This recipe uses Oreo’s, M&M’s, chocolate chips and Rolo’s, but you could really use your imagination and whip up that treat that is perfect for you.
Although I have to say that this combo is sitting quite nicely with me, so I’m not sure I would be rushing to change it in a hurry!
Simply whip up the batter and mix together with the chocolate treats.
Spread into an 8 x 8 inch baking tin and approximately 20 minutes later your cookie bars will emerge from the oven…sending a rather delightful aroma around the house no doubt!
Let the cookie bars cool before eating….if you can resist it!
So are you ready for the recipe? I thought you might be!
There you have it. A recipe that will fix that chocolate craving in no time at all!
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