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These bars are just like my mother’s. Every time I make them I am filled with feelings of nostalgia.
Have you ever made a food that totally reminded you of childhood? That’s exactly what these chocolate revel bars do to me. My mom was always making baked goods and yummy treats for my siblings and I to eat. I could count on the fact that there would be a snack of some sort waiting for me when I go off the school bus.
From cakes to cookies, mom was always whipping something up for us to enjoy. One time, she made these chocolate revel bars and they were so good that my sisters and I got stomach aches because we ate too many. My mom walked into the kitchen after being at a prayer meeting and said, ‘What on earth happened to all of those bars?!”
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Quick Tip: Always make sure to allow the bars to completely cool before cutting.