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Oatmeal and Rolo candy go together like Forrest and Jenny.
Wow. I can’t even begin to tell you how awesome these oatmeal Rolo cookie bars are. Talk about a wholesome comforting treat during the dreary days of winter. I know that I shouldn’t be using food to comfort myself but winter in January in the Northeast is so blah! The sky is always gray, the air is cold, and all I wanna do is curl up on the couch with desserts and Netflix. Erin, from the fabulous food blog known as “Making Memories With Your Kids” shared a wonderful recipe with us for oatmeal Rolo bars. Yum!
I am beyond excited that I found this recipe over on the Making Memories With Your Kids website. These dessert bars are what heaven tastes like. I’m convinced!
Are you ready to get the details on how to make this amazing recipe courtesy of Making Memories With Your Kids? Head on over to the next page for a complete list of ingredients and instructions.
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Quick Tip: I bet adding in some peanut butter chocolate chips would taste great in these bars.