Snickers Oreo Caramel Bars

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These Snickers Oreo Caramel Bars are very addictive!  You think you can handle by only taking one little teeny tiny bite (aka, a taste)… But it doesn’t happen!  Trust me– I’ve tried.  And, the only way to have that much control is to hurry and share them with your best friends.

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I’m not much of a candy bar person.  (Which is strange, because I have a major sweet tooth!)  But, my candy bar weakness is the Snickers ice cream bar.  Justin will usually grab two of them when he comes out of the gas station…one for him, and one for me.  King size!  I tell him, he could of just gotten one and we’d share.  But, we both know that doesn’t happen.

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My boys’ favorite dessert bars I make are the Cookies and Cream Bars.  So, I thought I’d take a different spin on those and turn these into a Snickers creation.

I combined the Oreo crust with Snickers candy bars cut into pieces.  Layered it all with some salted peanuts and chocolate chips.  And, among other ingredients.

Snickers Oreo Caramel Bars Ingredients

Crush up only 17 Oreos, very fine.  This is for the crust.

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Add some melted butter to the crumbs.  Pat the crumb mixture into an 8 x 8 inch baking dish.  Bake just the crust for 5 minutes in a preheated 350 degrees oven.  This allows it to set it a little bit before piling all of the other ingredients on top.

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Cut all of the Snickers candy bars into big bite size pieces.  Note:  buy an extra candy bar in case you have a candy bar thief in your house.  They might sneak into the stash of  already cut up pieces.  (Justin did this and I had him run back to the store to replace it!)

Lay the candy pieces on top of the crust.  Put some peanuts in between them and cover with sweetened condensed milk.

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Drop the chocolate chips on top and scatter some more candy bar pieces.  (I ended up breaking them apart.)  Bake for 25-28 more minutes.

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I particular don’t favor nuts in my food.  But after you make these, let them cool completely.  (I let them set up over night…so they’re not calling my name all day from the kitchen!)  You’ll love how the nuts get absorbed into the caramel sauce and sweetened condensed milk.  Seriously taste like a snickers bar– with a taste of oreo!

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If you have a favorite candy bar, which one is it?  And, if you happen to go into a convenience store– what is your favorite treat to get?

Enjoy, my friends!

Snickers Oreo Caramel Bars

Makes 16-25 cut squares. Store up to 5 days in an air tight container. This is best baked the night before. It needs to cool completely before cutting into.
  • 17 Oreos, finely crushed
  • 4 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 6 regular sized (52.7g) Snickers candy bars, cut into bite size pieces.
  • ¾ cup salted peanuts
  • ¾ cup chocolate chips
  • ¼ cup caramel sauce (your favorite kind, homemade or store bought)
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Add melted butter to crush Oreos. Pat the mixture into an 8×8 inch baking dish. (Line with foil or parchment paper to lift out and cut bars when set.) Bake the crust for 5 minutes.
  3. Lay the candy bar pieces on top of crust. Put peanuts in between them and cover with sweetened condensed milk. Drizzle around the caramel sauce. (Leaving a little bit left for garnishing the finished product.)
  4. Drop chocolate chips on top and scatter more candy bar pieces. (I ended up breaking them apart.)
  5. Bake for 25-28 more minutes.
  6. Allow to cool completely and set up before cutting. Usually over night.
  7. Before cutting, lift the edges of foil or parchment paper out of pan.
  8. Cut into 16 medium squares or 25 small squares.
  9. Enjoy!

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  1. says

    Seriously, Gloria! These are going to quickly become my hubby’s new favorite! Yum! I can’t think of a lot things better than sweetened condensed milk!

    I don’t eat candy bars……but! If I’m force to, it would be a Payday. I love that salty & sweet combo! And, my convenience store treat would be chips and salsa! I know, I’m kinda boring!!!!
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    • says

      Thanks, Tanya! I love Butterfingers too…but mainly in ice cream! Have you had them in a shake before. I usually make them at home so I can control my portion of Butterfingers…meaning a lot and huge chunks. (But then you gotta have pb in it too!)

    • says

      Thanks Julia! I ended up having to give these away as soon as possible because every time I walked into the kitchen…they were calling my name! They are very dangerously delicious!

  2. says

    Ha, I do the same thing. I have to share anything that is cookie related with people at work. I cannot keep away from cookies. Cake, brownies (ok, sometimes I am a sucker for brownies) cupcakes, I can have them in front of me and not eat them. But cookies or anything cookie related? Nope. They are my weakness!

    These look so good, Gloria. Pinning!
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    • says

      Julie, that’s funny…because I’m the opposite. I can usually bake cookies on a daily basis and just look at them. But all the other stuff…I’m usually in trouble!

  3. says

    Oh my goodness, these bars look incredibly gorgeous! I’m not much of a candy bar eater either but I do crave for them here and there and this would definitely be the ultimate treat! Love the addition of the gooey caramel sauce too, looks absolutely delicious 🙂

    • says

      Thank you, Kelly! I have to say I like these MORE than a candy bar. Maybe because it has more components than a regular candy bar. Hope you’re enjoying your Wednesday!

  4. says

    Oh my goodness Gloria, these look sensational! Oreos and snickers? I’m in heaven! I’m definitely going to be making these. Luckily, I don’t have any candy/chocolate bar thieves in my house. 🙂 But I always buy extra, just in case I ended up snacking on them myself. So I guess I’m the thief! haha! Thank you for sharing these my friend. And your photos are just gorgeous! Pinning!!!
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    • says

      I have to hide the Oreos and candy bars from myself…if they sit there and look at me– I’ll keep eating them! Thanks for coming over to leave such sweet words…makes my day every time! xo

    • says

      I love oreo crust, too. In fact I just created something this afternoon with some extra pumpkin I had leftover. Hope it turns out! Thanks Elizabeth!

  5. says

    Wow! These are amazing. You make the most fantastic and wonderful things! Simply love this.
    I think I gained 5 pounds just looking at them – which is the measure of the best desserts.
    Please share at our Tuesday Brag About It party! All the best ~ Sharon and Denise

    • says

      Annie, of course. I really just don’t like nuts. (Although, they turned out delish.) But, my other choice for these were Milky Ways. Because of all of the caramel. Let me know what you think if you make it with those kinds of candy bars! (=

  6. Jill says

    Looks delicious! I am making these tomorrow for a party.
    Please clarify the amount of condensed milk, I don’t see it in the ingredient’s list.
    Thank You

    • says

      Jill, thank you for letting me know! I can’t believe I missed that part…it’s just one can of sweetened condensed milk. I already updated the printable recipe. Sorry about the inconvenience. And, thank you for stopping by, Jill! Remember these are best to sit and cool completely before cutting. You could always stick them outside or in the refrigerator to cool faster. Have fun at the party! Let me know what you think of these bars! (=
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      • Jill says

        No worries Gloria, I appreciate the update and have noted the amount! ( I too have written recipes and have left out ingredients on the final posting……..shhhhh, don’t tell I will definitely come back and let you know how things turn out. Thanks a bunch !!!

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  8. Cheesesteak says

    WOW…my mouth is drooling thinking of these. I LOVE all those ingredients on their own but together, OMG.

    I couldn’t help but think of putting mini-Rolos on top in place of/addition to the caramel sauce.

    Thanks for the idea and the diabetic coma sure to follow.



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