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10 November 2012

Seven Layer Bars



YAY! The weekend is here. Sadly, when most people plan all the fun things they will do this weekend- I plan my schedule for work that I need to catch up on : / Though on the plus side- I get to sleep in and do grocery shopping :) I like picking out all the things that I will need for baking/cooking but I think the hubby is more excited about grocery shopping then I am ;)

It has been a pretty fun week. Given the natural stressors of graduate school- I can say that I have wonderful friends (and a hubby) to keep me positive, motivated and laughing (the best remedy to anything bad). We have wonderful dinners, where I almost tear up from laughing. This week we started a "potluck" where we pick a theme and bring food (hope that keeps going), and then I got to try a new sushi place with one of them (it was sooo much better than the other places I have been to in College Station- so plug for 40 Tempura).

Do you ever have those times when mentally you know something is silly and should not make you sad but it hurts your feelings anyway. I had one of those yesterday- but a good friend and sushi- made it disappear :) So I am thankful.

I actually made these bars a bit ago- and have been meaning to post about them, but for some reason the week flew by with very little time. My apologies for being MIA for a week. I think the hubby and I agree on these- they are good but not the best thing that I have made. Though I think if you like peanuts and the sweet and salty combination- you will probably like these more than us. So here they are:







SEVEN LAYER BARS
Adapted from Domestic Rebel

INGREDIENTS

1 box of Devils Food Cake Mix
1 stick of butter
1 c. of crushed pretzels
1 c. peanut butter chips
1 c. chocolate chips
1 c. Reeses Pieces
1/2 c. peanuts (* you can more more if preferred)
7 oz. of condensed milk

DIRECTIONS

In the bowl of stand mixer, fixed with paddle attachment, combine cake mix and butter. Once mixed, add in crushed pretzels. In a greased 9x13 pan- spread mixture (more like dough) evenly across pan. Semi-cook for 8 minutes. Then remove from oven and top with peanut butter chips, chocoalte chips, Reeses Pieces and peanuts. Then drizzle condensed milk on top. Bake for an additional 15 minutes and allow to cool (though tihs bar is yummiest when first out of the oven- but it is difficult to cut).

Enjoy,
Chika


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