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Cookies - Bar & Snack Bars

This is all about bar cookies and snack bars (mostly breakfast/granola kind). I am a cookie fiend so if I kept all things cookie together, I would be overwhelmed!
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Source: Betty Crocker "Apricots, cream cheese and almond paste create the wow in rich and dreamy bars." Cooking time does not include cooling or refrigeration time.

Recipe #296183

5 Reviews |  By Susyn

Good snack recipe that came off the cereal box...

Recipe #315476

I got this recipe from Pillsbury.. If your looking for a dessert for Taco night you should consider this

Recipe #398327

I love Twix. My favorite candy bar ever! This is a recipe I got from my Grandma. My husband likes to take them to work to share with everyone..

Recipe #398394

These are the best cookie bars ever and they're incredibly easy! You can substitute whatever you like on these also. I overload it with chocolate and white chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, and peanut butter chips but skip the nuts. From Eagle Brand.

Recipe #398899

Altered from a friend's recipe that originally called for Walnuts, these cookies are my teens' favorite from our annual Holiday cookie trays (which usually includes 24-36 different kinds of cookies, so...they have some STIFF competition!) Wonderful all year round, these are simply scrumptious. One terrific variation is to add a layer of lemon curd on top of the raspberry jam or you can substitute half of the flour with ground almond meal. DIVINE! Of course, you can always sub walnuts for the almonds to go back to the original recipe. :)

Recipe #399485

My favorite cookie bar recipe! I make these for every holiday, and people always ask for the recipe.

Recipe #399404

My mom has made this recipe for years. It is one of my favorites. Hers always come out better than mine, well, prettier anyway. Not sure what her trick us but mine are still very tasty.

Recipe #399543

Senior Prize Winner in Pillsbury's 6th Grand National Recipe and Baking Contest by Mrs. Byard Cummings, Enderlin, North Dakota. I found this in a old Pillsbury magazine. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping.

Recipe #399784

Another no-bake treat with only three ingredients will have you satisfying your chocolate craving, with just a few minutes in the kitchen. Rice crisp cereal gives these squares a satisfying light crunch -

Recipe #399849

Recipe from a Holiday Cookies book - delicious little bites of cheesecake heaven! Decorate them with sprinkles or colored decorating gels.

Recipe #400054

What a fantastic dessert cookie to be served after dinner. Can be easily frozen and brought out for those unexpected guests over the Holiday Season!!

Recipe #389131

clipped from a magazine of my mother's a LONG time ago.....

Recipe #400590

Making and eating Hello Dolly's have been a tradition in our family for a long time. These are also known as 7 Layer Bars and Magic Cookie Bars. Every Christmas we always make these yummy bars.

Recipe #400605

After reading so many recipes on here for 7 Layer Bars, I decided to post my tried and true recipe for these delicious things. They are chewy and crisp and yummy and gooey. You will not be disappointed with these. They are my Christmas baking tradition because they are so darn easy to make. No mixing bowl!

Recipe #400698

Get a jump on your Holiday baking with this unusual recipe for peanut butter shotbread bars. The kids will devour them with a glass of milk in no time flat!! Found this in our local newspaper -

Recipe #400747

What a delight to have first thing in the morning, very quick and very healthy for those on the go!!

Recipe #400753

I put this together this morning because I was craving something relatively healthy but still bordering on decadent. I think this fit the bill perfectly. Don't put these in the fridge to cool, let them cool in the air if it's not too hot in your house. Once these are cold they are hard to cut into pieces. Once you cut them into squares store in the fridge.

Recipe #401282

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