If you're a Baby Ruth fan (or even if you're not), you'll love these peanut buttery "crater" bars with the candy melted on top. They're a cinch to make and the kids will love them!
So Very Good!
by J. Jan
, BLYTHEVILLE, AR on Oct. 2007
If you love Baby Ruths, you'll love these! We really liked these...and give it 5-stars easy!
baby ruth bars
by j. jeanne
, WINDSOR, CT on Aug. 2006
these were great, easy to make and went quickly both times i made them. they were sweet and crunch, with peanut butter, chocolates and peanuts you just can't go wrong.
I made them for a teacher's lunch and cookout, and was asked for the recipe for them.
I will definitly stock up on baby ruth bar candy this halloween to make again.
Baby Ruth Crater Bars
by C. Connie
, NIAGARA FALLS, NY on Dec. 2005
I tried to make these in 13x9 pan instead of the jelly pan They were still good but the sides raised up thicker.
Baby Ruth Bars
by K. Kathy
, CALMAR, IA on Aug. 2005
I think these bars could use more chocolate. I would add a bag of chocolate chips. the crust could use a little more flavor. Maybe more p. butter.
by W. Wanda
, OAKHURST, CA on Jul. 2005
I used butterfinges instead oh so good.
by S. Sue
, WAUKON, IA on Jun. 2005
My kids and husband really loved these bars!
by C. Chelsea
, NORMAN, OK on Apr. 2005
I made these for my kids and they loved them.
by B. Beth
, BEAVERCREEK, OH on Mar. 2005
This was a wonderful recipe, my kids loved the taste and really enjoyed helping me make them.
by P. Paulette
, LYNNWOOD, WA on Mar. 2005
we used almond roca in ours--really good.
This was one of the best
by j. joel
, FORT DODGE, IA on Feb. 2005
dessert bars I have ever had. calling it having your cookie and candy bar in one.
These individually-sized dessert cups are handy for entertaining.
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