Turn a delicious oat-cluster cereal into an even more delicious bar. This recipe makes 32 servings, but they'll go quickly!
Dark chocolate pairs beautifully with creamy peanut butter in these decadent treats. Make the truffles look extra yummy and add a little crunch by sprinkling on chopped peanuts before the chocolate is set.
The pretzel-peanut butter crust holds the bars together, but it takes a backseat to the butterscotch taste.
Crushed store-bought sandwich cookies are the secret behind these fun chocolate-dipped lollies. Dress them up with toasted coconut, chopped pecans, or nonpareils before the melted chocolate topping sets.
Your no-bake cookies will turn out flawlessly thanks to these tips.
Spike the cream cheese frosting with chocolate liqueur for a rich, boozy finish. If you want, serve with sweetened whipped cream (all you need is cream, sugar, and vanilla) to balance the extra-chocolaty taste.
A sweet peanut butter-cereal crust is topped with layers of creamy pudding and rich chocolate frosting.
You only need a stove top and a refrigerator to make these extra-chocolaty little bites of happiness!
With every bite you get smooth chocolate, thick and creamy peanut butter, and crispy cookie crust.
These crispy bars are a jazzed-up version of the classic rice cereal treats. Make them magical by adding your favorite dried fruit, chopped nuts, and flavored baking pieces.
Transform simple wafer cookies into fancy bars by dipping and drizzling with chocolate and coconut-and-pecan frosting.
Coconut, oats, chocolate, and fruit make these bites look pretty, but they also amp up the flavor of the peanut butter-and-honey base.
These six-ingredient bars may look complex, but they only take 25 minutes to make! Then let them sit for an hour before enjoying the peanut buttery, caramely, apple-y, nutty fusion of flavor.
Rice cereal base, followed by a layer of nougat and a layer of caramel, then topped off with a chocolate-butterscotch mixture and a sprinkle of peanuts. These bars require a few steps, but they're not difficult -- and the end result is undoubtedly worth it!
Maybe our fastest cookies ever, these crunchy gems take just a few minutes to assemble once you melt the candy coating.
Spread luscious raspberry jam between two chocolate wafers, then add a thick layer of chocolate icing and let it drip over the side for effect.
You likely already have these ingredients and a slow cooker, so what are you waiting for?
Both butterscotch and cheesecake pudding work well in this dessert -- just choose the flavor you're craving! Use a food processor or rolling pin to thorougly crush the chocolate wafers.
As easy to eat as they are to make, these pretty treats are a cinch. Just spread peanut butter on dark chocolate sticks, then roll in dried fruit and nuts.
Crackers make for a super easy, buttery crust that balances the browned butter topping. The coconut-date layer keeps the flavor interesting!