Chocolate Chip Praline Cookie Bars - Martha White E-Cookbook

These shortcut Chocolate Chip Praline Bars start with a Martha White Muffin Mix and topped with a caramel sauce, toasted pecans and butterscotch chips.
Today I have a deliciously easy treat to share with you, Chocolate Chip Praline Cookie Bars. These easy cookie bars start with a Martha White Chocolate Chip Muffin Mix and topped with a ooey-gooey praline sauce, toasted pecans and butterscotch chips.  

This recipe and many more are included in a new e-cookbook Easy Favorites from Martha White & Friends. This free e-cookbook is filled with recipes that start with a Martha White baking mix (sweet and savory) along with a few pantry staples that you probably have on hand. 

Click on the link below to get the Free E-Cookbook 
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Here's a list of the amazing recipes that are included in this purdy e-cookbook.  

  • Maple Pecan Cornbread Bites
  • Lemon Berry Cream Cheese Muffins
  • Triple Berry Cobbler (dont forget the ice cream 😄)
  • Chocolate Chip Praline Cookie Bars
  • Blueberry Crumb Cake
  • Beefy Cornbread Casserole
  • Buffalo Chicken Cornbread with Blue Cheese Salad

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I hope you enjoy this recipe and all the others in the new Martha White e-cookbook. 

Chocolate Chip Praline Cookie Bars

2 – 7.6 ounce packages Martha White Chocolate Chip Muffin Mix
2 – eggs
5 – tablespoons butter, melted
1 – teaspoon vanilla extract
1 – cup caramel bits
3 – tablespoons heavy cream
½ - cup butterscotch chips
½ - cup toasted Pecans

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 9 inch pie plate with non stick baking spray.

Using a stand or hand mixer, combine, muffin mix, eggs, melted butter and vanilla extract. Cookie dough will be thick. Spread the cookie dough evenly into pie plate.

Place pan in pre-heated 350 degree oven and bake for 20-25 minutes or until cooked through and the edges are lightly brown. Remove from oven and set aside to cook on a baking rack.

In a small pot over medium-low heat, add the caramel bits and heavy cream. Cook until the caramels are melted (about 5-7) minutes. Cool caramel sauce slightly and drizzle over cookie bars.

Sprinkle butterscotch chips and toasted pecans evenly over the top. Cut into wedges and serve.

Cook's Note: For a chewier cookie bar add one 3 oz package of vanilla cook and serve pudding mix (dry) to the batter and increase the butter amount to 1/2 cup. 

Prep time: 20 minutes
Cook time: 20-25 minutes
Servings: 6-8

This post is sponsored by my friends at Martha White. I've been compensated for my time and efforts in creating this post. All opinions are my own.  #MarthaWhiteCountry #spon #MarthaWhitebaking


Colleen said…
Your cookie bars look delicious.
To register for giveaway; A person is out of luck if the year they where born ends in a 9 cause there are no years that end with a 9. I was born in 1949 and only goes to 1948.
Heading to check out the Martha White E-Cookbook.
Tina Butler said…
Hmm let me head over to their page and take a look at the form.
Tina Butler said…
I went and looked at the form and you're right Colleen! Hmmm that is so strange, but I have sent Martha White an email letting them know. Check back to enter because I'm sure they will have it corrected pretty quickly.