Monday, April 12, 2010

Oh Henry Bars

These are DELICIOUS!!! They are also very peanut buttery, and super simple!


1 cup light corn syrup
1cup sugar
1cup peanut butter
4 cups Rice Krispy's or Special K cereal
1 cup milk or semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 cup butterscotch chips

In large saucepan, combine corn syrup and sugar; bring to boil. Remove from heat, add peanut butter and stir well. Add cereal.  Press mixture into 13-by-9-inch pan. In microwave melt chips together, about 2 minutes, stirring after about 1 minute. Spread chocolate over rice krispy mixture. Cool and cut into bars. Makes about 15 to 20 bars. ( Depending on how much you eat before it's done=>).





These are especially great for peanut butter lovers!

I am posting this at Blessed With Grace's Tempt My Tummy Tuesday.
I have also posted this with All the Small Stuff's Tuesdays at the Table.
I am also posting this at Beauty and Bedlam's Tasty Tuesday.
I am also posting this at Foodie Friday.

12 comments:

  1. Yum, yum, yum! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. We made these all the time growing up - we called them Scotch a Roos! I can't make them now or I would eat the whole pan by myself! I love how you made the ridges in the frosting - looks fancy!

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  3. Wow! These sound scrumptious!!

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  4. I make these with special K and they ARE delicious!

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  5. These looks outstanding. I can't wait to make them.

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  6. I remember these, too! We called the scotch-a-roos and used cornflakes. They are absolutely addicting :)

    I love the way you made the design in the chocolate, too - it makes them look so pretty!

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  7. I also remember these from times past- my mouth is watering, because they are good!

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  8. This is my all time favorite thing! I limit myself to making them at Christmas, because I may be prone to eating them all myself. LOL! Thanks for linking to Tempt My Tummy Tuesday.

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  9. Oh, you capture my heart with anything peanut butter! These look amazing. You have a great blog here full of delicious foods and terrific photos. What a gifted and talented young person you are ~ sure to be a great success as a professional cook.

    So nice meeting you!
    Kindly, ldh

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  10. Wow, what a great recipe! This is something I will definitely have to try!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha.

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  11. My Mom used to make these. They were wonderful. And I like your swirling technique on the top. Very clever.

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  12. These look so delicious!!! My kids would love these! (If I don't eat them all first!

    www.makingmemorieswithyourkids.blogspot.com

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