So like mad scientists, we experimented and came up with what we think is an AWESOME cookie bar recipe. Seriously, SO good. They're chewy, but still a bit crispy on the outside. With every bite, you get peanut butter, chocolate and white chocolate, and just a little crunch of pecan. But one warning before you make them- They have a tendency to disappear very quickly!
This recipe is very flexible and holds up well to additions of new ingredients. Our first batch we used chocolate and peanut butter chips, and no white chips, and added coconut and oatmeal. You could try adding toffee chips, dried cranberries, peanuts, anything you can find in your pantry! We photographed the first batch, hence the mini chocolate chips and missing white chocolate chips!
It's easiest to fold in the chips and nuts by hand, so they're evenly distributed.
Your hands are the best tools!
With the topping (it dries but doesn't harden, it's perfect!)
Sharing is caring. These went to my boss!
Kitchen Sink Cookie Bars