Recipe by Melinda
"I got this from one of my best friends. She made them at a football party that we went to. They are super good and very easy to make!"
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1 3/4 cups
1 1/4 cups
packed light brown sugar
1 (6 ounce) package
One of my favorite dessert recipes. I like to cook this in a pie plate and once it cools, I cut it into wedges and top it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. This is also good with peanut butter chips.
The flavor of this was really good. I was concerned at first, because the dough had the consistency of cookies, but it came out good. I'm only giving it 3 stars, though, because after following the directions to a "T", and baking at the suggested amount, it was still doughy. After being in the oven for still another ten minutes, they were more firmer, though the bars that were in the middle still were a bit doughy and fell-apart. Other than that, a pretty good recipe, thanks! I think next time I'll make them in a bigger pan, making them thinner and possibly a little crispier.
Me and my brother were bored. So we sighned up for this website. They were so easy to make. He had so much fun. I want to open a backery when I'm older and this is one I'll add to my list. They are just like everyone said. Plus this is the first recipe I tried first starting this website.
AMAZING!!! I used 2 round cake pans so I could do half with white chocolate chips and half plain. Both ways are awesome! Tastes like a big peanut butter cookie....only better!
These were great. I made them without chocolate chips because I didn't have any on hand. They would have been even better with them. Instead a added a Peanut butter glaze from this site which worked out well. I love how cake like they were. I have made some before that end up being really dense, but these were very fluffy and moist. I will make these again and add the choc chips for sure.
Made exactly as the recipe states and these were a big hit. Family and friends loved them. Will definitely made again. Super easy.
These are amazing.
I did a few things differently out of convenience... I used 1/4 cup (generous 1/4 cup) canola oil and 1/4 cup butter rather than a 1/2 cup butter. I also used dark brown sugar rather than light, because that's all I had (I also used a bit less assuming that dark brown sugar may have a stronger taste?). I also used natural fresh peanut butter because it was cheaper! It is a also more moist and thin than regular creamy peanut butter. I also cooked the bars in a round glass pan becuase it didn't look like they would fill up a 9 x 13 very easily. I cooked them for 18 mintues to keep them on the softer side.
They were soooo good. I will definitely make this again! It was also so fast because you throw everything in one bowl and just mix it.
These were a huge hit with my family. As they were baking in the oven, the wonderful smell caused them to come into the kitchen to ask what I was making.
I followed the recipe exactly and they turned out great. I would only suggest a change to the instructions of the recipe. As with any cookie or bar recipe, I would suggest creaming the butter, peanut butter and sugar first. Then mix in the egg and vanilla. Mix in the dry ingredients, then finally stir in the chocolate chips.
SO easy and so delicious!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Peanut Butter Bars
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 140
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