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Dripping caramel tops these salty-sweet classics inspired by the favorite salted-nut candy bar.
Filled with crunchy walnuts and melty chocolate pieces, this chewy bar cookie couldn't be simpler to make: It starts with a German chocolate cake mix.
Dark chocolate ganache is the (literal) icing on the cake for these minty treats. Make your own creme de menthe filling with butter, powdered sugar, milk, and mint.
See how to make chocolate ganache at home to top any decadent sweet.
The filling in these oatmeal-topped lunch-box classics is up to you -- we've got ideas for apple-cranberry, apricot, cherry, peach, and raisin.
No oven room? No problem. These no-bake treats start with peanut butter sandwich cookies and go crazy on the peanuts -- creamy peanut butter, and chopped peanuts both make the ingredients list.
So light, so fresh. Based on the summer drink staple, these minty, lime-squeezed goodies get their crunch from chopped pecans and their tang from finely shredded lime peel.
Fruitcake ingredients -- brandy, candied cherries, and walnuts -- fill these bar cookies.
Chopped chocolate pieces and sweet candied cherries fill these dense chocolate brownies.
Melted chocolate and caramel top a hearty oat cookie crust. Pecans add satisfying crunch.
A sweet eggnog frosting and fresh nutmeg tops these irresistible bars.
For a fresh twist on classic macaroons, try these irresistible bar cookies topped with luscious milk chocolate.
For a quick yet holiday-worthy dessert, try these six-ingredient bar cookies. They're ready in 30 minutes.
Featuring an oatmeal-and-graham cracker crust and all the goodness of the classic campfire treat, these bar cookies are ideal for a holiday open house.
A creamy dulce de leche filling is sandwiched between tender shortbread and fudgy frosting in these luscious bar cookies.
Inspired by a beloved cake, this cookie recipe is ideal for a holiday open house -- and it whips up from a mix.
This outstanding bar cookie features serendipitous layers of shortbread, caramel, and chocolate. The frosting is a cinch to make in your microwave.
A dusting of powdered sugar puts a festive spin on these rich and chocolatey holiday cookies.
These dreamy, nutmeg-spiced cookies are sure to become one of your new holiday favorites.
With a rich layer of devil's food cake, a creamy peanut butter filling, and a fudgy topping, these easy bar cookies are a chocoholic's dream.
A crisp oatmeal crust is topped with a layer of tart fruit and fluffy meringue.
Tart cherries balanced with a sweet powdered sugar icing make these moist bar cookies hard to resist.
These rich bars start with brownie mix and require just five additional ingredients, including creamy peanut butter and chopped peanuts.
Rolled oats -- either quick-cooking or old-fashioned -- give these coffee-and-caramel-flavored bars chewy texture.
These salty-sweet cookies feature creamy vanilla caramel and dry-roasted cashews.
A rich chocolate-rum frosting makes these moist bar cookies irresistible. Serve them with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
A layer of cherry preserves is baked inside a hearty oat-almond crust.
Enjoy a classic holiday favorite -- eggnog -- in a cookie! An easy-to-make glaze flavors these nutmeg-spiced sweets.
Made from fresh, simple ingredients, these festive cranberry-and-vanilla brownies will shine on any holiday table. White chocolate and cinnamon whipped cream add extra sweetness.
Topped with walnuts and featuring a creamy layer of rich chocolate, these decadent bar cookies are like your favorite toffee candy -- but better. Serve them warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
A layer of cranberry infused with pear nectar fills these hearty, nutmeg-spiced oat bars.
Fresh banana slices drizzled with melted chocolate and peanut butter pieces top a crisp chocolate crust for a delicious after-dinner indulgence.
With pantry-ready ingredients, such as peanut butter cookie dough, peanut butter, and peanuts, these impressive cookies are a snap to make.
Chopped walnuts in a melted rich chocolate mixture turn these moist oatmeal bars into an irresistible dessert. Serve them warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
The winning combo of mint and chocolate makes these bar cookies a favorite. If you can't find mint-flavor semisweet chocolate pieces, you can substitute semisweet chocolate pieces and 1/4 teaspoon mint flavoring.