Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Chocolate Oatmeal Almost Candy Bars

Welcome to tempting Tuesdays, the day in which I bake an alluring treat with members of my on-line baking club, Tuesdays with Dorie. Hubba, Hubba-This one's a corker. First you lay down an oatmeal cookie crust, then you top it with fudge-you know that same fudge we were all busy eating during December...

Last, comes aother sprinkle of cookie dough, encasing the fudge in a chewy oatmeal package, just like a candy bar.
And here is where the story ends, or rather begins. Because as soon as I pulled it out of the fridge from cooling, my sister and her six kids showed up for their MLK weekend visit. I couldn't slice these bars fast enough. Poof!-gone, just like that. They are mighty, mighty good.
Are you still on a January diet? Then bookmark these babies for February. Recipe here.
Next Up:
Muligatawny (Chicken Curry Soup) in the Crock Pot

16 comments:

Seth and Julie said...

We make something like this, only the recipe I have calls them chocolate revel bars. Not my thing, but my husband and my siter, Kelly love these and request them often.

Seth and Julie said...

sister, not siter...oops

And since I am back I guess I should mention that I am on my way to vote for West now.

Tia said...

i love the pic of you pouring the chocolate over the base. soooo decadent!

Catherine said...

These look so delicious. I can't wait to try them. I'm hoping I get around to making them, today. They look too good to wait.

We've been voting for West religiously! We can't wait to find out how he does!

Adrienne said...

Yes, those look divine, especially in the third week of a diet :(

Julie Harward said...

I HATE OATMEAL CEREAL...BUT I LOVE IT IT COOKIES OR THIS, IT LOOKS SO YUMMY! :D

Mary said...

I wish I had the willpower to save these till February! love the action shots:)

Sharon said...

sweet mama! those look so divine.

Michal said...

i'm so glad you are going to remind us about westy because i'll go vote every time if i can only remember.

these look divine. just the thing for our saturday family movie night, for which treats are considered mandatory.:)

Close to home said...

looks great, I make something similiar using carmel sauce and oats. and add chocolate chips. will post it one of these days and send you the link

Katrina said...

Great, yummy photos! No nuts, no raisins?
I used pecans and caramel, because, well, just because! ;)

Susan said...

I sent most of these off to work with my hubby since I had no one but myself to eat them. :) Yours look great in the dish.

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The Japanese Redneck said...

This looks good. I hope he wins the contest.

Prudy said...

Looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooove it :) Looooooooooooooooove,sailor

Lillian said...

I'm glad they were popular at your house. Thanks for baking with me this week!