“ These 7 layer bars are totally over the top in the best kind of way! Chopped Snickers bars and a host of other crunchy, salty, and sweet ingredients are layered on top of a graham cracker crust for an indulgent treat. Kate, Recipe Hunter ”
- Caramel Candies
- Dry-Roasted Peanuts
- Graham Crackers
- Milk Chocolate Chips
- Peanut Butter Chips
- Salted Butter
- Snickers Bar
- Sweetened Condensed Milk
We don’t know about you, but a Snickers is the epitome of candy bar perfection in our opinion. Sweet treat genius Sally deconstructs the components of a Snickers bar and puts them back together in these indulgent Caramel Snickers 7 Layer bars that are salty, chewy, crunchy, and sweet. It all starts with a classic graham cracker crust (No food processor? No problem.), which is then topped with milk chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, gooey caramel candies, crunchy peanuts and, of course, chopped Snickers! The entire thing is pressed into a pan and drizzled with sweetened condensed milk which holds it all together. The dangerous part is that it really couldn’t be easier to make!
“ Sally's Baking Addiction is a fun, friendly place for readers to find their passion for baking. It's all about original, innovative recipes that are approachable for novice and experienced bakers. I'm a self-taught baker and my readers learn along the way with me! ”
You might have to pick your jaw up off the floor after visiting Sally’s Baking Addiction where recipe developer and photographer Sally McKenney shares her mix of healthy and indulgent treats along with drool-worthy photography. This is the kind of blog you visit and can’t stop poking around because everything looks and sounds amazing! Her recipes are fun, playful, and creative, using nostalgic ingredients like candies we loved as kids or putting her unique twist on old favorites. One of the things we love the most is that Sally is completely a self-taught baker who has learned as she goes. Lucky for us, we can join in her adventures and become our own master baker along the way!
Instead of using your fingers, use the bottom of a measuring cup or flat-bottomed glass to press a graham cracker crust into a pan for an even layer.Read the full tip >
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