Fluffy’s Salted Oreo Bars

Salted Oreo Bars

Is there any better combination for a dessert than salty and sweet? I don’t know about you, but that combination is dangerous to me, as I can eat way more than I should. The other night one of my girls had a friend spending the weekend with us, and I wanted a salty sweet cookie bar. I’d seen Kevin and Amanda’s Gooey Ritz Peanut Butter Cup S’mores Bars, and couldn’t get the idea of it out of my head. After a bit of poking around in the pantry, I came up with Fluffy’s Salted Oreo Bars. They are named after our weekend guest and friend Virginia, whose nickname is Fluffy.

Salted Oreo Bars

You will need a chocolate cake mix, a stick of softened butter, an egg, a bag of pretzels, a can of condensed milk, a tub of marshmallow cream, a bag of crushed Oreos, and about a cup of chocolate chips.

Start by mixing together the cake mix, the stick of butter, and the egg. When it is dough-like, press it into the bottom of a baking pan. I chose to line the pan with foil for easier clean-up, as the marshmallow cream is very sticky. Whether you line the pan or not, spray it with cooking spray beforehand.

Salted Oreo Bars

Next, add a layer of pretzels onto the crust.

Salted Oreo Bars

In a bowl, combine the condensed milk and marshmallow cream. Pour this mixture over the pretzels.

Salted Oreo Bars

Add in a layer of crushed Oreos.

(I am often asked about my bamboo cutting board. I believe it is the Totally Bamboo Kona Groove Cutting Board.)

Top with a few broken pretzels. Gently press down the Oreos and pretzels into the condensed milk layer so that they will stick. Sprinkle the cup of chocolate chips over the top. Bake in a 350 degree oven for about 20 minutes.

Served warm, they will be gooey and sticky, which is pretty darn yummy. However, if you want to cut them into bars, chill them first.

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