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Oh MizzNess....These bars are so good! made them last night, I didn't have a chocolate cake mix, so I used yellow cake mix, they still turned out fantastic, and very easy to make, may I add....no need to freeze, they will be gone by tonight! Thank you MizzNess for a super dessert recipe :-)

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Kittencal@recipezazz October 03, 2003

These were wonderful...and very rich! We all loved it. The only problem I had was that they were difficult to cut. I did wait until they were cool but the marshmallow and peanut butter chips are so gooey. It didn't matter b/c it was just for my family, but next time I may try freezing them first. I would love to hear from the recipe poster to see if she would recomend freezing. Thanks for posting!!

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Mermaid September 24, 2003

Mermaid, I'm not sure about the freezing. It's worth a try. But, what I do is sometimes I cut the topping ingredients in half. I used to do this whan I had a house full of tiny tots! They weren't so messy then. And they still loved them.

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MizzNezz September 25, 2003

Wow! I printed out this recipe ages ago to try and finally did today. What an interesting mix of ingredients...they turned out great! It was difficult to spread the cake mix in the pan, ended up using my fingers. My daughter is bringing them to a party tonight and I am sure everyone will love them! And yes they are very rich.

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MA HIKER March 07, 2009
Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars