Do you ever feel like you want to make one more treat for a family gathering or to take to a friend, but you want it to be very simple?
we found 7 delicious and simple treats you can make up in minutes!
1- salted chocolate and caramel pretzel bars -
These only require-
- Chocolate chips
- Mini pretzel twists
- Kraft Caramel bits -or homemade caramel
- Sea salt
You gotta love how easy that is! Thank you Lauren!
This is from Tastes Better From Scratch and you can find the recipe here.
2- Chocolate chip cookie cheesecake bars-
These only require -
- refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough
- cream cheese
This is from Trish at Mom on Timeout. You can see the recipe here. Thank you!
3- peanut butter cheerio bars -
These only require 3 ingredients -
- peanut butter
We had these the other day and were surprised at how delicious they are! ENJOY!
Our thanks go to the blog "Our Family of Seven". You can find the recipe here.
4- no bake chocolate peanut butter bars -
Only 3 ingredients -
- chocolate chips
- peanut butter
Our gratitude goes to the "Laugh With Us Blog". You can find the recipe here.
5- chocolate chip cookie magic bars -
6 simple ingredients required -
- prepared chocolate chip cookie dough
- white and semi-sweet chocolate chips
- toffee bits
- chopped nuts
- sweetened condensed milk
This recipe is from Crazy For Crust. You can find it here.
6- crock pot chocolate peanut clusters-
- white almond bark (I used white chocolate Ghirardelli chips)
- semi-sweet chocolate chips
- German chocolate baking bar (I used Guittard milk chocolate chips)
- dry roasted peanuts
- cocktail peanuts
These were so simple to make and delicious! It makes a lot of peanut clusters! I have given these out as neighbor gifts.
This is from Jen at Carlsbad Cravings. She gives step-by-step instructions. You can find the recipe here.
7- 2 Ingredient Peppermint Bark-
You only need:
- chocolate chips (or chocolate of your choice)
- peppermint candy canes
- Peppermint oil (optional)
We want to thank Kristin for this quick treat idea! You can find the recipe at "iowa girl eats".
these just might be -
but we hope you enjoy them all!
would you like a free printable grocery list and meal planner?
This is from Corey at Hey There Home and she provides easy access to print this from her site. Thanks Corey! You can get it here.