Generous Kitchen

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Loaded Cookie Bars

We apologize for the long absence!
Busy life, as I'm sure you all can relate to.

Now, on to our Loaded Cookie Bars.
If you are a cookie bar lover, then these two recipes
are going to make you very happy!

These are easy breezy!
First bar:

First bar begins with STORE BOUGHT cookie dough.
(that was even difficult for me to type, but really, store bought is best and easiest for this)
30 oz chocolate chip cookie dough

Press cookie dough in to a 9x13 dish coated with cooking spray.

320 Convection Oven
350 Conventional Oven
for 15-20 minutes.

As soon as the cookie comes out of the oven 
(no need to let cool!)

Sprinkle on:
2 cups miniature marshmallows
1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
1/4 cup bittersweet chocolate chips
1/4 cup white chocolate chips
1/2 cup peanuts
1/2 cup caramel topping
(you can adjust these ingredients to your own taste)

at same temperature as before
until marshmallows begin to toast
(approximately 8-10 minutes)

Remove from oven
and place on a cooling rack for at least
1 hour
(I's awful to wait!)

Then, cut and enjoy!

Don't forget to share.

BAR #2

Mix together:
STORE BOUGHT sugar cookie dough.
(approximately 30 oz)
3 large size Heath Bar candy bars cut into small pieces
1 tsp vanilla

Press dough into 13x9 dish coated with cooking spray.
Prick with a fork to keep it from puffing up too much.

330 Convection Oven
350 Conventional Oven
for about 25 minutes

While the bar is cooling,
Melt in double boiler:
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

Let chocolate cool just a bit, then mix in:
1 cup mascarpone cheese

Pour over cooled sugar/heath bar cookie.

Spread over cookie bar and then sprinkle with
1 1/2 cup toasted almonds
1 cup Heath Bar candy bars cut up

Some folks like to refrigerate these, 
which hardens the chocolate
and makes the baked cookie a little softer.

I personally like the edge pieces, room temperature, 
with soft gooey chocolate and a bit crunchier cookie.

Your choice!

Don't forget to share

Here's the most important thing!
you are loved

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