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    Dark Chocolate and Coconut Bars

    These dark chocolate and coconut bars have everything I love in a treat! Most importantly, you can say it’s a healthy treat with the unsweetened coconut and dark chocolate. Firstly, get a 9×13 pan out and line with parchment or aluminum foil. Spray the inside with cooking spray if you use aluminum foil. Set the oven for 350 degrees. Recipe adapted From Sally from Sally’s Baking Addiction. If you love this dark chocolate and coconut bars, you’ll love my Blondie bars.

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    Blondie Bars

    If you love a soft and chewy chocolate chip cookie, you will love these Blondie bars. This recipe can have chocolate, white, or butterscotch chips. No matter what flavor of chips you add, these buttery Blondie bars will be a hit for anyone you make it for. The added sea salt sprinkled on top once the Blondie’s come out of the oven is the secret touch to this dessert. Recipe adapted from the Food Network by Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman. If you love this recipe, try my thick and soft chocolate chip cookies.

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    Snickerdoodle Bars

    Recipe adapted from Six Sisters Stuff. I haven’t met anyone who doesn’t like Snickerdoodle cookies. With two sticks of butter in the recipe, who wouldn’t! This recipe is no exception. This is another way to make that delicious recipe, but in a bar form. First, cream the butter, brown sugar, eggs, and vanilla with a hand mixer. Add the dry ingredients in a separate bowl. Slowly add the dry ingredients into the bowl with the wet ingredients. The batter will be thick. You’ll have to stop using the hand mixer and finish mixing it with a rubber spatula. Spread the mixture into a greased 9 x 13 pan. The mixture will be thick.…

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    Lemon Brownies

    Recipe adapted from Alyssa Rivers, The Recipe Critic. This recipe I have made so many times I have lost count! It is a perfect quick recipe to make for your family and friends. There are two tips that make this recipe work: Use room temperature butter. You can’t use cold butter or almost room temperature butter for this recipe. If you do, the batter will be lumpy. If your butter isn’t room temperature, when its baking, bubbles will form then eventually will burst. The brownie will come out with an uneven top layer. When you put the glaze on top, it will look lumpy and rough. One large lemon works much better than…

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    Cashew Cookie Larabars

    This recipe is adapted from Lisa Leake of 100 Days of Real Food. Lisa’s whole motto is to eat more real whole foods and cut out anything processed. My kids won’t eat dates or dried nuts on their own, but they love this! This is a favorite snack for my family and I. Combine dates, peanut butter, cashews, and water all together. The best way to make this recipe is in a food processor. It chops everything up much finer than a normal blender. Once all the ingredients are blended up, use a rubber spatula and bring it all out unto a wooden cutting board or on a piece of wax/parchment paper. The…