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    This is why I can never go out to eat and feel "happy" to spend exorbitant amounts of money. I can make the SAME stuff at home, for much less. The only part of going out that I miss is someone else cleaning up the mess, but hey...the trade-off is that I don't have to get all dressed up and leave my lovely home!
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    Crispy, chewy and chocolaty--kind of like the candy bar it is named after. Quick and easy--one kids like to make.

    Recipe #35349

    Prep time includes chilling time

    Recipe #39222

    This recipe is from the 1968 McDonald's Manager's Handbook put out in 1969 (1968 year) They quickly removed the recipe after realizing they had a very appealing "secret sauce." It was included as an emergency recipe in the event a particular store ran out of the pre-made sauce. Enjoy!

    Recipe #140102

    This is my Mother in law's recipe for mock oh Henry Bars. It was a recipe that she submitted for our church's fundraising cookbook.

    Recipe #85597

    Got this from a girlfriend who had just made them and loved them. As written, this recipe makes rather large cookies as they spread to about 2 1/2 inches. If you try to make traditional size Oreos, cut the baking time back significantly. At 12 minutes, my smaller cookies were burnt, so next time I'm going to check them at 5-7 minutes. My dad and DH, both huge Oreo fans, said they didn't taste just like the store-bought version, but they tasted better. :) They are best chilled.

    Recipe #109802

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    Age is NOT a factor in who loves this cake--I've had adults and children go gah-gah over this little kitchen creation! Cutting the cake horizontally is the hardest part of the whole deal; don't be a perfectionist because no one is going to take measurements on how evenly you sliced it! :-) Leave out the cocoa...and this is a very close cousin to the Twinkie Cakes you found in your lunch box when you were a child!

    Recipe #251155

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