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Yummy No-Bake Bars

On Sunday I baked these yummy no-bake bars and was told by my neighbors that I MUST open up a bakery. They said these bars were the best thing they have ever tasted. I was flattered! :D

Now of course I can’t take credit for these delicious bars. I found this amazing Yummy No-Bake Bars recipe on Better Homes and Garden a few months ago. As soon as I saw the combination of rice krispies, butter, sugar, peanut butter and chocolate I was sold!

Yummy No-Bake Bars ... the perfect combination of chocolate and peanut butter!

I did change up the recipe a little bit to make it a little easier. Instead of using rice krispies and corn flakes, I just used rice krispies because that’s what I had on hand.

Yummy No-Bake Bars ... the perfect combination of chocolate and peanut butter!

I also ended up only making half of the pudding mixture. It ended up being the perfect amount. Also, can we talk about this cute spoon? It makes me happy whenever I’m baking. :)

Yummy No-Bake Bars ... the perfect combination of chocolate and peanut butter!

For the chocolate topping I melted 2 cups of chocolate chips in the microwave at 50% power for one minute. I was all out of pans and I thought I could sacrifice that extra 1/2 cup of butter that was supposed to go into the chocolate. But then again… who’s counting calories on Sunday?

Yummy No-Bake Bars ... the perfect combination of chocolate and peanut butter!

I put these yummy no-bake bars in a 13×9 pan with foil and refrigerated them for one hour. That hour was a long wait, but totally worth it!

These bars are seriously SO good. You must make them asap! Find the full recipe here.

Happy Baking! Xo- Jamielyn


No-Bake Butterscotch Pretzel Bars

Well it’s tax day, so I thought we should keep things simple with this a no-bake dessert. If you click for the recipe for these No-Bake Butterscotch Pretzel Bars, you’ll see it calls for peanut butter, but since I have a peanut allergy, I swapped it out for cashew butter. Along with that, I added a pinch of a cayenne for an added kick to the sweet and salty combo in these cashew bars.

It doesn’t get more fast and easy than this. The dessert comes together in just ten minutes and you can of course make these as traditional bars or flip them to wedges like the photos. To make them as wedges, use a 9 inch removable cake pan or springform pan. If you don’t have a removable bottom pan, just make sure to use a foil sling.

Alright, you’ve been armed with all the necessary tips and tweaks. Grab the recipe here and get busy!


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