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Be Sure to Have Your Sweet Tooth Ready For This – WOW!
These Cheesecake Rolo Bars are loaded with chocolate and caramel flavor and make for a delicious, decadent, multi-textured dessert that doesn’t require professional-level baking skills. I know that cheesecakes can be really rich, but they’re surprisingly simple to put together, and they offer a really versatile platform for whatever dessert flavor that you have in mind. If you ever enjoyed munching on Rolos or just happen to be a lover of chocolate and caramel like myself, you will gobble up these cheesecake Rolo bars!
Actual baking time is only about 45 minutes, and with no intense mixing involved (or even any baking equipment beyond the pan and some spoons and measuring cups), the most difficult part will be waiting for the dessert to chill overnight.
I enjoyed eating Rolos when I was young but thought that they might be even better with a little crunch. This super delicious recipe from Hugs and Cookies XOXO gives them that crunch and some yummy creaminess to boot. I’m so glad I came across this one!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Hugs and Cookies xoxo
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Quick tip: Drizzle some melted chocolate on top.