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Chocolate-Peanut Butter Mallow Bars

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Fudgy. Chocolatey. Nutty. And marshmallowy. You know that bake sale you're signed up for? These chocolate–peanut butter bars will be the star.
10 min
45 min
32 servings
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This dessert is amazing. A few helpful hints to thwart off other reviewer's issues: -Use Duncan Hines Super Moist Devil's Food Cake Mix. It kept my dessert nice and moist. -When mixing the peanut butter and remaining milk, whip it so it is blended completely. Whipping with a fork like you would for scrambled eggs should work - no mixer needed. This received tons of compliments and I would absolutely make this again. It was delicious!
I decided to make this because it looked yummy and easy. It was only so-so in taste and it was not easy at all. It wasn't complicated, but the cake mix is difficult to spread out over such a large area in the pan, the milk doesn't really want to mix with the peanut butter and then trying to spread it over the cake was almost infuriating as it is so oily it just wants to move around on the cake, not actually stick to it. The marshmallow cream took forever to put on. I didn't bake it as long as the recipe called for because it just seemed way too long for the ingredients. The flavor wasn't bad, but the texture was "eh" and getting them out of the pan just made a mess - the edges were very dry and hard and the cake wanted to stick to the bottom of the pan. All-in-all, I wouldn't bother with this one again.
I don't know what happened but this recipe just did not work for me! Even though I pre-heated the oven, the devil's food cake never seemed to fully cook! (I know it's not my oven because I baked some cookies right after and they were fine). I had to place it back in the oven two or three additional times, and after letting it cool for more then an hour, I tried cutting it up. It made a huge mess!!! I'm attempting to cool them off in the refrigerator before continuing to cut them up. I'm so frustrated with this recipe that I'm just about ready to throw it in the trash!
This recipe is so delicious! I have made it a few times and it always gets compliments. I do prefer to make it in a deeper pan; it makes the cake portion more moist, but you will need a fork! Also, I use dark chocolate chunks rather than bitter sweet.
I brought this to a family gathering & was a huge hit. So easy to make.
2 words: LOVE IT!!
Wonderful - even better the following day! They seem to be more moist.
Brought this to a cookout and everyone loved it! It was so good and I will definitely make it again.
These are great! It was a huge hit at Christmas!! This will now be on my baking list!
I made these at the end of a bad day. What a great pick me up. We had a hard time not smiling when we tasted these indulgent treats!
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