These sweet and colorful Confetti Bars are a hit with the kids. An eye-catching bar cookie for a bake sale or potluck. Use different colored sprinkles for different times or holidays of the year.
by a. ashley
, , on Feb. 2010
These looked great and tasted out of this world! I'm not a huge fan of chocolate covered pretzels or baking with pretzels, but my friends and I really enjoyed these. They're perfect for any party because they're so festive looking! Try changing up the sprinkle colors for different holidays/parties. Instead of buying the cookie dough premade, I used the original Toll House cookie dough recipe, and I think they tasted ten times better! Unknowingly, I didn't bake the cookie all the way through, but they came out gooey and doughy like the perfect soft cookie!
by C. Cynthia
, Twinsburg, OH on Sep. 2009
I discovered these about 2 years ago on your website! I make them for everything! I have yet to find anyone who doesn't think they are the yummiest treat ever! Try substituting the marshmallow for caramel (just melt in a pan and drizzle all over finish cookie before decorating)!
by K. KATHY
, South Daytona, FL on Aug. 2009
These are perfect for a kids party. Quick and easy. Tasty and really pretty.
This couldn't be easy. Love this one.
by S. SUSAN
, Jericho, NY on Jan. 2009
I make this so often it's scary. Change the colors of the sprinkles. It is the most requested snack I make as my son's PTA class captain. Gotta love it. Easy, delicious and so fast to be eaten. Thanks it has no PB, which is banned in my school.
by T. Tracee
, Burbank, CA on Nov. 2008
These bars are so easy to make and really good. Great for bake sales!
by D. Dayna
, Dallas, GA on Oct. 2008
This is very good but a little on the too sweet side. The good thing is you can stop after one...
Fun With The Kids
by c. christina
, Pensacola, FL on Oct. 2008
We were having company over yesterday, so we decided on this recipe for dessert. My kids LOVED making this with me. For some reason we couldn't find chocolate covered pretzels at the store, so we substituted "take 5" candy bars instead. I think the added peanut butter, along with the pretzels kept it from being too sweet. Even so, small servings are best. The kids and adults both loved it.
Fast and easy
by a. ann
, Watertown, MA on Aug. 2008
Liked the easy part of the recipe but thought they had too much stuff on them when I finished. Next time I will leave off the pretzels. Kids had fun making them but weren't wild about them.
look good but dont tast great
by n. nicole
, MCHENRY, IL on May. 2008
I just made these today for my kids who like marshmallows and chocolate chip cookies and I thought they would like them but sadly they didn't. They look really good but I don't think the taste is that great I'd rather have a regular chocolate chip cookie.
Too much stuff
by J. Jennifer
, BRIGHTON, MI on Apr. 2008
These were so very easy to make. I was disappointed in the taste of them though. It was like taking a very good cookie and putting way too much junk on top of it. My husband and son thought they were wonderful. I will probably make them again for them but I will pass on having one.
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