Twix Bar Cookies

"Found this in a recipe book. I have had this before and it was very good, My family really likes this."
photo by CoffeeB photo by CoffeeB
photo by CoffeeB
Ready In:
24 bar cookies




  • Line a 9 x 13 inch pan with Keebler Club Crackers.
  • Combine in saucepan margarine, milk and sugar. Boil about 5 minutes.
  • Add 1 cup crushed graham crackers to mixture. Stir.
  • Pour on top of Club crackers. Lay another layer of Club crackers on top of sugar mixture. Melt chocolate chips and crunchy peanut buttr together in double boiler or microwave, stirring often. Pour over top. Refrigerate.

Questions & Replies

default avatar
Got a question? Share it with the community!


  1. Leah S.
    Really easy tasty recipe, but my crackers were soggy not crunchy by the next morning after refrigerating. :( I think they taste more like reeses pieces than twix
  2. Chef AngieW
    I had the same problem as CoffeeB. My crust was a mess. I have had them before where they held together good so I will try these again but maybe make some kind of adjustment.
  3. CoffeeB
    I really like this recipe as it is similar to a Twix Bar. The problem I had was the messiness of the cracker crust. They fell apart upon cutting and actually separated into layers. It was the crackers. The chocolate on top stayed together which was a good thing as that was pretty much holding the bar. I wouldn't know how to prevent this from happening again and so if other reviewers have ideas??? All in all, these are good tasting bars. Made for NewKids on the Block~


Hi! My name is Terri. I have been happily married for 28 years to Jim. We have 3 children, 2 girls and 1 boy. I have a grandaughter, Delilah. She is 18 months old. We live in a rural area. We are animal lovers. We have 8 dogs, 6 cats, 2 rabbits and we have lots of ducks and geese. I love to cook and love to try new recipes. My favorite cookbook is an old Betty Crocker Cookbook that I have had before I was married. I like to sew, crochet and to do crafts. I am a 4-H Club Leader and I have a great group of kids this year. They keep me very busy and I wouldn't have it any other way. We do 3 fairs in the area. I also like to go to auctions, yard sales and I am always buying items from the kids that they are selling to raise money for school, church or a youth group. <img src=""> <img src=""> <img src=""> <img src=""> img <img src=""> [img][/img]
View Full Profile

Find More Recipes