Chocolate Swirled Bars
Total TimePrep: 5 min. Bake: 15 min. + standing
Makesabout 3 dozen
Easy, yummy and look impressive! I did use a store bought roll of cookie dough to make it even easier. Everyone loved them.
Netizen, Quit spewing idiocy all over this wonderful recipe. You are the reason I cry myself to sleep every-night. Have you ever stopped and though "Gee, maybe I just stink at baking."? Get your head out of the gutter. Warm Regards, Kevin Monopoly
REcipe saved1 agree with JBess regardings ugar carb. count. Recipes ought to clearly state that. EVen when recipe states **Diabetic friendly** it truly makes ya wonder if that's so.
I thought the cookie dough was a little dry and crumbly however a great idea and melting choc chips, smoothing over after coming out of the oven works splendidly however I use a full 12 oz on a 9x13 size dish. I also do the same melting chips on top of a dish of brownies!
Not bad- endless variation you can do. I made a batch w/ m&m's and one with crushed heath bars
If I am reading the directions correctly, you only use one portion of the Lightened Up Cookie Dough. Therefore, the Chocolate Swirled Bars recipe is only using 1/4 c of butter and 3/4 c of sugar plus the choc. chips.
Have to agree with JBess. Hard to believe that cookie dough with 3 cups of sugar, topped with eve more sugar (two types of chocolate chips), could be healthy, much less diabetic friendly. Makes you wonder how accurate the other info is. I would love to see the recipes include the grams of sugar in each recipe!
I made these just using sugar cookie dough from the store and they turn out pretty good...
Sprinkle crushed pepermint candy canes on top of the chocolate before it sets and they taste even better! They look prety too!
didn't make it, but you could use the swirly stuff on graham crackers and cut out he cookie part