Dulce de Leche Brownies

I thought I’d share this recipe for Dulce de Leche Brownies from The Sweet Life in Paris because I had several jars of what the French call Confiture de lait in my refrigerator from another project. Since I happened to love the combination of ca…

I thought I’d share this recipe for Dulce de Leche Brownies from The Sweet Life in Paris because I had several jars of what the French call Confiture de lait in my refrigerator from another project. Since I happened to love the combination of caramelized milk and dark chocolate, I thought – Why not combine the two in brownies?

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Triple Chocolate Cookies

Impress everyone with these crinkled chocolate cookies that are a triple threat of chocolate! They taste like they’re right from a bakery. Here is the best chocolate cookie recipe we’ve had….hands down. It tastes like it’s from a professional bakery. That’s because it’s by a professional baker! These triple chocolate cookies are from our friend Sarah Kieffer’s new book 100 Cookies. We dropped some off to our new neighbors and they came back with the review: “the best cookies we ever tasted.” These are the famous pan banging cookies of internet fame, a technique invented by Sarah. This flavor features a triple threat of chocolate: chocolate dough with milk chocolate and dark chocolate chunks. Topped with flaky sea salt, they’re pretty darn insane. What are pan banging cookies? You’ve probably heard or seen pan banging cookies on the internet or Instagram. But what actually are they? Pan banging cookies are large cookies with beautifully crinkled edges made by banging the pan during baking. What, you say? Well, banging the pan against the oven rack causes the cookies to deflate and ripple. Do this a few times, and you get the most beautiful cookie you ever did see. It results in […]

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Impress everyone with these crinkled chocolate cookies that are a triple threat of chocolate! They taste like they’re right from a bakery.

Chocolate cookies

Here is the best chocolate cookie recipe we’ve had….hands down. It tastes like it’s from a professional bakery. That’s because it’s by a professional baker! These triple chocolate cookies are from our friend Sarah Kieffer’s new book 100 Cookies. We dropped some off to our new neighbors and they came back with the review: “the best cookies we ever tasted.” These are the famous pan banging cookies of internet fame, a technique invented by Sarah. This flavor features a triple threat of chocolate: chocolate dough with milk chocolate and dark chocolate chunks. Topped with flaky sea salt, they’re pretty darn insane.

What are pan banging cookies?

You’ve probably heard or seen pan banging cookies on the internet or Instagram. But what actually are they? Pan banging cookies are large cookies with beautifully crinkled edges made by banging the pan during baking. What, you say? Well, banging the pan against the oven rack causes the cookies to deflate and ripple. Do this a few times, and you get the most beautiful cookie you ever did see. It results in a cookie that’s crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside.

Our friend Sarah actually invented the pan banging cookie! Here’s her original recipe. After lots of copy cat recipes all over the web, the New York Times picked it up and gave her the due credit. Then she wrote a cookbook with a whole chapter on pan banging cookies! We’re pretty darn proud our friend is a genius (don’t let anyone else take credit for this technique: including us!).

Chocolate cookies

Tips for making pan banging chocolate cookies

These chocolate cookies are a little different from your traditional cookie: but they are well worth the time and effort. Our wheelhouse at A Couple Cooks is fresh and healthy recipes: so it’s a true treat to share a recipe who is a professional cookie baker! Here are a few tips and tricks for making these jumbo restaurant style beauties:

  • Weighing the ingredients is always the most precise. If you don’t have a scale, that’s ok. But weighing out the dry ingredients is what pro’s do.
  • They’re jumbo, so you’ll bake 4 at a time. Four cookies fit on a baking sheet because they’re so big: and you’ll only put one tray in the oven at once to get the most even bake.
  • You’ll pan bang about 3 times in the last 6 minutes. Open the oven, pick up the corner of the tray with an oven mitt, then let it fall onto the rack. You’ll see the ripples start immediately. You’ll keep doing this 3 to 4 times until you’re done baking. Then do this for the other 3 baking sheets. It’s time consuming, but worth it.
  • Don’t overbake. Try not to go over the 15 minute timing. To get the centers chewy, you’ll need to pull them while they’re still gooey. If in doubt, pull sooner rather than later.
Pan banging chocolate cookies

Sprinkle with flaky sea salt if you like!

Sarah’s recipes are always spot on, so these chocolate cookies definitely did not need improvement. But we are suckers for a sweet and salty combo, so we added a sprinkle of flaky sea salt in the first or second pan bang. The incredible pop of salty really amps up this dark chocolate cookie. If you have some on hand, we highly recommend it: plus it gives a little “sprinkle-like” action to the top of the cookie.

What’s Dutch process cocoa powder?

You may notice that the cocoa powder in these chocolate cookies is special: it’s Dutch process cocoa powder. This type is like a dark chocolate version of cocoa powder. It’s been treated with an alkali to make it pH neutral, which gives it a darker color and milder flavor. It makes the flavor ultra chocolaty, and we use it all the time: like in our Chocolate Banana Muffins and Healthy Chocolate Pudding.

You should be able to find Dutch process cocoa powder at your local grocery, right next to the regular cocoa powder. If you can’t find it, you can buy it online. We like the brands Hershey’s Special Dark Cocoa Powder or Ghiradelli Dutch Process Cocoa Powder.

Dutch process vs regular cocoa powder
Here’s the difference: Dutch process vs regular cocoa powder

Chocolate cookie storage

Honestly, we always get a little anxious about cookie storage because the texture of cookies can change dramatically after you store them. Luckily, the storage instructions for these pan banging chocolate cookies is pretty simple:

  • Room temp: Store cookies in an airtight container at room temperature for 2 days. Ours did get a little more crisp, but they still tasted great.
  • Refrigerate: You can also refrigerate for up to 3 days. Bring to room temperature before serving though, because no one likes a cold cookie. Or warm for a few minutes in a 200 degree oven.
100 cookies

About the book: 100 Cookies

This triple chocolate cookies recipe is from the book 100 Cookies by Sarah Kieffer. This book is an absolute charmer with all the cookie recipes you could ever dream of. There are standards like the traditional Chocolate Chip Cookies and Oatmeal Cream Pies…and then unique beauties like pale pink, white and brown Neapolitan Cookies and swirly Marshmallow Peanut Butter Brownies. The photography is insane and the design is beautiful…it’s incredible gift idea! (Holiday gift, Christmas gift, housewarming gift, birthday gift…you get the picture.)

Sarah is a dear friend and one of our most trusted baking resources. We highly recommend checking out this book…these recipes will feed your soul. Grab a copy: 100 Cookies by Sarah Kieffer

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Chocolate cookies

Triple Chocolate Cookies (Bakery Style)


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  • Author: Sonja Overhiser
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 45 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour
  • Yield: 12 cookies
  • Diet: Vegetarian

Description

Impress everyone with these crinkled chocolate cookies that are a triple threat of chocolate! They taste like they’re right from a bakery.


Ingredients

  • 1 3/4 cups (249 grams) all-purpose flour
  • 1/3 cup (33 grams) Dutch process cocoa powder
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 cup (2 sticks or 227 grams) unsalted butter
  • 1/4 cup (50 grams) brown sugar
  • 1 large egg
  • 2 tablespoons water
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
  • 4 ounces (113 grams) milk chocolate, chopped into bite-sized pieces (1/2 inch, some smaller and some larger)
  • 2 ounces (57 grams) bittersweet chocolate, chopped into bite-sized pieces
  • Flaky sea salt, if desired

Instructions

  1. Adjust an oven rack to the middle of the oven. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Line three sheet pans with aluminum foil, dull-side up.
  2. In a small bowl, whisk together the flour, cocoa powder, salt, and baking soda.
  3. In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a paddle, beat the butter on medium speed until creamy, about 1 minute. Add the granulated and brown sugars and beat on medium speed until light and fluffy, 2 to 3 minutes. Add the egg, water, and vanilla, and mix on low speed to combine. Add the flour mixture and mix on low speed until combined. Add the milk chocolate and bittersweet chocolate and mix into the batter on low speed.
  4. Form the dough into 3 ounce (85 gram) balls (1/4 cup each). Place 4 cookies an equal distance apart on the sheet pans. Bake the cookies one pan at a time.
  5. Bake until the dough balls have spread flat but are puffed slightly in the center, 9 minutes. Lift one side of the sheet pan up about 4 inches and gently let it drop down against the oven rack, so the edges of the cookies set and the center falls back down. After the cookies puff up again in 2 minutes, repeat lifting and dropping the pan. Repeat this process a few more times to create ridges around the edge of the cookies. If you’re using flaky sea salt, sprinkle it on the cookies in the first or second bang. Bake for 15 to 16 minutes total, until the cookies have spread out and the edges are set and ripply but the center is still soft.
  6. Transfer the pan to a wire rack. Let the cookies cool for 10 minutes, then move them to a wire rack to finish cooling. Store cookies in an airtight container at room temperature for 2 days (or refrigerate for up to 3 days).

Notes

Printed with permission from 100 Cookies by Sarah Kieffer.

  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Baked
  • Cuisine: American

Keywords: Chocolate cookies

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Olive Oil Chocolate Chunk Cookies

You better believe it, these beyond perfect chocolate chip cookies are made with olive oil instead of butter! Bright and fruity extra virgin olive oil makes for a uniquely delicious chocolate chip cookie, paired with two kinds of bittersweet dark chocolate and a pinch of flaky sea salt on top. Not just for savory cooking, […]

You better believe it, these beyond perfect chocolate chip cookies are made with olive oil instead of butter!

Bright and fruity extra virgin olive oil makes for a uniquely delicious chocolate chip cookie, paired with two kinds of bittersweet dark chocolate and a pinch of flaky sea salt on top.

Olive Oil Chocolate Chip Cookies on parchment, one cookie broken in half with a small bowl of chocolate chunks and flaky sea salt

Not just for savory cooking, olive oil is an underrated ingredient when it comes to baking.

From brownies to rice krispie treats, swapping olive oil for butter makes for a uniquely-flavored dessert that’s naturally dairy free and downright tasty.

Like these chocolate chip cookies, for instance, which are made with extra virgin olive oil in place of the typical butter. The result is surprising, a little different than your typical chocolate chip cookie, sure, but undeniably delicious.

Balls of olive oil chocolate chip cookie dough in neat rows on a parchment-lined cookie sheet

This recipe is based on my ganache-stuffed chocolate chip cookies, which use melted butter anyway, so the swap to olive oil was quite straighforward (it’s harder to substitute when a recipe relies on creamed butter versus melted).

I did add an egg yolk for richness, and slightly more flour to account for the extra liquid, but otherwise the recipes are very similar overall.

But despite the similarities in the recipe itself, the results are surprisingly different. Not that these cookies taste strongly of olive oil (you probably wouldn’t know if I didn’t tell you), but there is definitely a unique flavor to these cookies when compared to all-butter cookies. Dare I say, sharper? Spicier, although not in the sense of chili spice. I guess it’d greatly depend on what olive oil you use too, whatever fruit/spicy/nutty flavors are in your oil will likely get passed on to the baked cookie.

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Rye Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies

Rye Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies
There are many different types of flour that can be used in cookie recipes. Whole wheat flour, oat flour, coconut flour and almond flour cover just a few of the options. In this recipe, I’ve used some rye flour. These Rye Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies are a wonderful way to expand your chocolate …

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Rye Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies
There are many different types of flour that can be used in cookie recipes. Whole wheat flour, oat flour, coconut flour and almond flour cover just a few of the options. In this recipe, I’ve used some rye flour. These Rye Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies are a wonderful way to expand your chocolate chip cookie repertoire. The cookies are tender, buttery and loaded with chocolate chips – complimented by the unique flavor of rye. If you’re a fan of oatmeal cookies, but haven’t had rye flour before, that will give you a little more of an idea of what the flavor profile is like.

Rye flour is milled into flour from rye berries and you’ve probably seen it used most often in rye and sourdough breads. Rye is nuttier and slightly more sour (a flavour that you’ll really only see in sourdough breads – so don’t let that put you off!) than wheat flour. It also contains less gluten than wheat flour. In breads, this means that loaves are denser than those made with only wheat flour. In cookies, less gluten means that the cookies will be more tender. Rye also tends to absorb a bit more liquid than wheat flour, so I recommend pressing the cookies down slightly before putting them into the oven to ensure an even spread.

The cookies themselves come together quickly and easily. Chocolate chunks or coarsely chopped chocolate is going to give you the most rustic look to the cookies and ensure you get plenty of chocolate in every bite. I used dark chocolate that was coarsely chopped, however semisweet chocolate chips will get the job done efficiently, as well.

I topped the cookies with a pinch of flaky sea salt before baking. It brings out the nuttiness of the rye and adds a mouthwatering contrast to all those chocolate chunks. I like to make them a bit bigger and a bit thicker than some of my other cookies to get the most rye flavor. If you want a slightly smaller cookie (1-inch of dough), reduce the baking time by 1-2 minutes. The cookies should be baked until they are just set and allowed to cool on the baking sheet until they’ve firmed up. They’re ready to eat right away and will keep for a couple of days in an airtight container once they have cooled.

Rye Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies
2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 cup rye flour
1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
1 cup unsalted butter, room temperature
3/4 cup sugar
3/4 cup brown sugar
1 large egg
1 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1 1/2 cups chocolate chunks
1 tsp coarse or flaky salt, for topping

Preheat oven to 350F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
In a medium bowl, whisk together flour, rye flour, baking soda and salt.
In a large bowl, cream together butter and sugars until light and fluffy. Beat in egg and vanilla extract until smooth, then gradually blend in the flour mixture until dry ingredients have been completely incorporated. Stir in chocolate chunks until well-distributed.
Shape into 1 1/2 inch balls (I used a medium-sized cookie scoop) and arrange on prepared baking sheet, allowing about 2-inches between cookies for spread. Gently press each cookie down to flatten slightly. Sprinkle with flaky salt.
Bake for 12-14 minutes, or until cookies are set around the edges and have a hint of gold to them. Allow to cool on the baking sheet for 4-5 minutes, then transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.

Makes about 3 dozen cookies.

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Double Chocolate Cheesecake Cupcakes

Double Chocolate Cheesecake Cupcakes
There are plenty of chocolate cupcake recipes out there to choose from, but this indulgent recipe might just be my favorite. These Double Chocolate Cheesecake Cupcakes have a deep, dark chocolate flavor and are topped with a decadent dark chocolate ganache, delivering a double hit of chocolate in every bite. They are also …

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Double Chocolate Cheesecake Cupcakes
There are plenty of chocolate cupcake recipes out there to choose from, but this indulgent recipe might just be my favorite. These Double Chocolate Cheesecake Cupcakes have a deep, dark chocolate flavor and are topped with a decadent dark chocolate ganache, delivering a double hit of chocolate in every bite. They are also filled with a vanilla bean cream cheese filling, adding just the right amount of contrast to all that chocolate.

The cupcake recipe is a classic dark chocolate cupcake, made with plenty of unsweetened cocoa powder to give it a deep and bittersweet flavor. If you’re a regular baker of chocolate cupcakes, you’ll also notice that there are equal amounts of cocoa powder and flour in this recipe. This creates a light and tender cake, rather than a dense and brownie-like one. This lighter texture is important because it lets the cake stand up to the rich filling and topping without the whole dessert seeming to heavy.

The cheesecake filling is easy to make, with just butter, cream cheese, confectioners’ sugar and vanilla. Vanilla bean paste is going to give your cheesecake filling a beautiful finished look, however extract can be substituted and will still provide a nice vanilla flavor. The filling isn’t overly sweet, so you should be able to taste the tang of cream cheese in every bite.

Chocolate ganache is the topping for these cupcakes. It is easy to make and produces a topping that is velvety smooth and rich. You can use chopped chocolate if you have a large block at home, but dark or semisweet chocolate chips will work just as well. Once the ganache is made, you’ll need to allow it to cool before you can pipe it onto your cupcakes. Give it a stir occasionally to check the consistency, but it should take somewhere from 30 – 45 minutes to thicken up enough to pipe.

Double Chocolate Cheesecake Cupcakes

Double Chocolate Cheesecake Cupcakes
Cupcakes

3/4 cup all purpose flour
3/4 cup cocoa powder, unsweetened
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
3/4 cup butter, room temperature
1 cup sugar
3 large eggs
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 cup sour cream

Chocolate Ganache<e/m>
12-oz dark or semisweet chocolate chips
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1 cup heavy cream

Cheesecake Filling
1/4 cup butter, room temperature
8-oz cream cheese, room temperature
2 tsp vanilla bean paste (or 1 tsp vanilla extract)
1 cup confectioners’ sugar
pinch salt

Make the cupcakesPreheat oven to 350F. Line a 12-cup muffin pan with paper liners.
In a medium bowl, sift together flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and salt.
In a large bowl, cream together butter and sugar until light. Beat in eggs, one at a time, followed by vanilla extract. Stir in half of the flour mixture, followed by the sour cream. Stir in the remaining flour until mixture is uniform. Divide evenly into prepared paper liners.
Bake for 19-22 minutes, or until cupcakes are set and a toothpick inserted into the center comes out with only a few moist crumbs attached.
Turn cupcakes out onto a wire rack to cool completely.

Make the ganacheIn a large bowl, combine chocolate chips and vanilla extract. In a small pot or microwave-safe measuring cup, bring heavy cream to a boil, then pour over chocolate. Allow mixture to sit for 1 minute, then slowly stir using a spatula until a smooth ganache forms. Set aside to cool for at least 30-45 minutes, until thickened enough to pipe.

Make the cheesecake filling. In a medium bowl, beat together butter, cream cheese and vanilla until smooth. Blend in confectioners’ sugar and salt until uniform. Set aside.

Assemble: Using the cone method, insert a paring knife into the top of each cupcake and remove a cone of cake to create a cavity to fill. Cut off the base of the cone and save the “lid”. Fill cupcakes with cheesecake filling and replace the “lid” of the cupcake.
Transfer cooled ganache to a piping bag and pipe a generous swirl of ganache on top of each cupcake. Decorate with sprinkles and serve.

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We Tried 17 Dark Chocolate Brands to Find Our Snack Soulmate

Managing editor Brinda Ayer and I share a filing cabinet, which is to say, we share snacks: crackers, halva, popcorn, and, most importantly, dark chocolate. There are few things—coffee included—more reliable to pull me out of a 2 p.m. slump.

So, in th…

Managing editor Brinda Ayer and I share a filing cabinet, which is to say, we share snacks: crackers, halva, popcorn, and, most importantly, dark chocolate. There are few things—coffee included—more reliable to pull me out of a 2 p.m. slump.

So, in the name of selfishness research, we decided that a taste test was in order: Whenever we’re in need of a restock, which brands should we seek out? I went to five supermarkets and bought every dark chocolate I could find in the 70% to 85% cacao range, which totaled at 17 brands. Chunky mix-ins, like nuts and dried fruit, were a disqualifier, but salt was okay if the brand insisted upon it. Here’s how they fared, in alphabetical order:

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Salted Pretzel S’mores Crunch Bars.

Your weekend called! They asked for s’mores bars. It’s Friday eve and if you know me, you know that I love a Thursday. The anticipation of the weekend is so real. And we get to experience it weekly! Make a treat because it’s time to celebrate. S’mores are not just a summer thing for me. […]

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Your weekend called! They asked for s’mores bars.

These indulgent s'mores bars are crispy and crunchy and studded with salted pretzels! Toasted marshmallow and dark chocolate make these the best treat ever!

It’s Friday eve and if you know me, you know that I love a Thursday. The anticipation of the weekend is so real. And we get to experience it weekly!

Make a treat because it’s time to celebrate.

chocolate and marshmallow

S’mores are not just a summer thing for me. Heck, I will make one over the grill in January! I love how they carry into fall (hello bonfires) and the chillier months too. However! They tend to get so much more love in summer… and we should put an end to that.

salted rice krispie chocolate bars

So here we are with one month of summer left and I need all things s’mores. These bars are a cross between rice krispie treats and fudge. They sort of remind me of the rice krispie topping on the most popular brownies EVER or these nutella crunch brownies. They are chewy and gooey like rice krispie treats because the chocolate holds everything together. But they are crunchy and dense and super rich and delicious. 

And filled with SALTED PRETZELS!!

These indulgent s'mores bars are crispy and crunchy and studded with salted pretzels! Toasted marshmallow and dark chocolate make these the best treat ever!

I couldn’t care less about pretzels. At least, most of the time. My kids are both obsessed with pretzels. Like, beg for pretzels every single day obsessed. It’s crazy to me! 

Sure, I like pretzels on or in certain things, but just plain pretzels? They don’t do it for me.

That means that I have tons of pretzels around all the time and that I’m not tempted by my kids’ snacks. However, it also means I can steal said pretzels intended for their snacks and throw them in s’mores bars to make a crazy delicious dessert.

These indulgent s'mores bars are crispy and crunchy and studded with salted pretzels! Toasted marshmallow and dark chocolate make these the best treat ever!

These are dangerous. Oooooh!

These indulgent s'mores bars are crispy and crunchy and studded with salted pretzels! Toasted marshmallow and dark chocolate make these the best treat ever!

These bars are crunchy, chocolatey and marshmallowy. I LIVE for them.

Oh oh and they are basically no-bake bars!

Here’s how I did the marshmallow layer to toast the top: refrigerate the bars for a hot minute and then once they are cold, top with alllll the mini marshmallows. Set the pan under the broiler for 1 to 2 more (hot?) minutes and allow the marshmallows to get all bubbly and brown. This toasts and slightly melts the marshmallows without melting the chocolate from the bars. It’s awesome.

These indulgent s'mores bars are crispy and crunchy and studded with salted pretzels! Toasted marshmallow and dark chocolate make these the best treat ever!

Seriously just LOOK at that crunchy center!

These indulgent s'mores bars are crispy and crunchy and studded with salted pretzels! Toasted marshmallow and dark chocolate make these the best treat ever!

S’mores Bars

Salted Pretzel S’mores Bars

These indulgent s’mores bars are crispy and crunchy and studded with salted pretzels! Toasted marshmallow and dark chocolate make these the best treat ever!

  • 6 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • 10 ounces mini marshmallows
  • 6 ounces dark chocolate, (finely chopped)
  • 4 ounces milk chocolate, (finely chopped)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 4 cups crisped rice cereal
  • 1 ½ cups salted mini pretzel twists, (some crushed, some not)
  • 6 ounces mini marshmallows
  1. Line an 8×8 inch baking dish with parchment paper.
  2. Place the butter and marshmallows in a large microwave-safe bowl. Microwave in 30 second increments, stirring after each, until the butter and marshmallows are melted and smooth. Stir in the chocolate until smooth. If necessary, you can microwave one more time, but you don’t want the chocolate to seize, so try to stir for a few minutes until it melts. Stir in the vanilla extract.
  3. Fold the cereal and pretzels in with a large spatula. This will take a few minutes because it’s super sticky and you don’t want to totally crush all the cereal. Make sure it’s all coated evenly. Press the mixture in the lined baking dish and even out the top with a spatula. Refrigerate for 2 to 4 hours.
  4. Remove the bars from the fridge and immediately cover the top with mini marshmallows. Heat the broiler in your over to high. Set the bars under the broiler for 1 to 2 minutes, watching the entire time, until they are golden and bubbly. Remove the dish from the oven. Use a sharp knife to cut the bars into squares. Some of the marshmallow might be gooey but slowly and gently slice through it. Serve the bars immediately!

slightly adapted from good housekeeping autumn magazine

These indulgent s'mores bars are crispy and crunchy and studded with salted pretzels! Toasted marshmallow and dark chocolate make these the best treat ever!

These bars are my life coach.

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