The Best Peanut Butter Bars



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These peanut butter bars are thick, rich and heavenly! A thick layer of peanut butter with rolled oats mixed together making a creamy filling with a smooth chocolatey frosting that is an irresistible combination.
Followers love these peanut butter bars with the peanut butter, chocolatey taste. Add a twist with these crunchy peanut butter bars and enjoy that crunchy munch treat!
Peanut butter bars stacked on top of each other on a plate.

Peanut Butter Bars

I call these babies the devil. Probably because you can’t eat just one. They sit there and tempt you and you eat them all square by square. I have this recipe memorized because people always ask me to make them. They make a lot. You could feed a small army with them. Or keep half for yourself. I  usually cut them in little squares so I feel better about eating 100 of them. True story. I made these and my Cafe Rio Pork on me and my hubby’s second date. Yeah. We are married now….

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