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Ultimate Pretzel Crushed Peanut Butter Cookie Candy Bars

As I begin to write this, they are in the oven, I am a little afraid they are going to overflow, but they look amazing, and preparing them wasn't actually that bad at all! Here's a link to the Baby Gizmo blog with the article on making them. This is the final result: This is my photo album of every step I took along the way :) enjoy. These were the main ingredients in my adventure, not pictured is also the vegetable oil needed for the Peanut Butter cookie mix and the Triple Fudge Brownie mix! First I smashed up the butter snaps from Snyder, I had never had these before, they're delicious! Then I melted the butter in the microwave, this is actually one stick, I ended up using two sticks which is the recommended amount in the recipe. Ready to mix this with 5 tbsp of sugar and make my crust. Patted down my crust into my 8x8 pan even though they recommended 13x9 pan, this was the best I had haha. Mixed up my Peanut butter cookie dough

Cinnamon Chocolate Peanut Butter Pecan Cookie Bar

I'm not a huge baker, but over the past few weeks my girlfriend has kind of gotten me into the whole baking stuff. She's a Pinterest user so we usually just bake things that she has pinned previously, and they turn out to be quite delicious. Peanut Butter Smores Bar However, after I made the Peanut Butter Smores Bars shown above, I felt it was finally time to do some experimenting of my own. So, in a split second decision after eating Chipotle, I told my friend Summit to take a quick left because I had to purchase some ingredients at Publix. I had no real idea of what those ingredients were other than 'cookie dough' because that stuff is just delicious. So, upon arriving at Publix I purchased four things: Milk chocolate pieces Reese's peanut butter pieces Chopped pecans Pilsbury cookie dough Sorry I'm not big on ingredients, I kind of just wing it when it comes to recipes and go with my gut, so no measurement was performed when obtaining 'h