Have you ever thought of using your favorite candy bar as an ingredient in cookies? After you view this collection of candy bar cookies you will! You can crush them in cookie batter, make a sweet sandwich with them or use them as icing – the possibilities are endless!
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Candy Bar Cookies:
I absolutely love anything with both chocolate & coconut in the title and these Mounds Bar Chocolate Coconut Cookies (pictured above) by Averie Cooks look amazing!
I love Butterfinger candy bars and these Dark Chocolate Butterfinger Cookies by Inside BruCrew Life look amazing!
I love Butterfinger candy bars so much that I had to include two recipes in this collection! Check out these Butterfinger Fudge Cookie Bars by Shugary Sweets.
I had never thought of crushing candy bars right into cookie batter but I sure am now! These Candy Bar Cookies by 52 Mantels look delicious!
Using a candy bar as icing on a cookie? Brilliant! These Pumpkin Oatmeal Candy Bar Cookies by Recipe Girl are making want to bake a batch of cookies.
Cookies, squares and candy bars all in one! These Payday Cookie Bars by The Sweet Life would be great for the peanut lovers.
I’m not always a fan of surprises…unless it’s the surprise of biting into a cookie and finding a candy bar inside like these Stuffed Candy Bar Cookies by Lilyshop!
I think I’ll skip the roast beef sandwich for lunch and save room for these Candy Bar Cookie Sandwiches by Picky Palate.
What exactly are Snickery-Doodles? A delicious combination of Snicker bars and snickerdoodle cookies by Sally’s Baking Addiction.
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