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Let’s face it, as a mom we sometimes forget to eat. I know… it seems odd that we feed food to little people all day, but we forget to feed ourselves. You know the drill: feed the kids breakfast, start making yours, someone spills something, clean it up, get them a replacement, sit down, put the breakfast dishes away, realize you didn’t eat. Lunch is the same way. When Mommy doesn’t eat, I’m sure my preschooler, Charlie, will tell you I turn into a monster aka Mommy Monster.
Moms need to eat, too! I know grabbing a SNICKERS® can certainly help prevent the Mommy Monster from coming out, but I like to change it up a bit and make that SNICKERS into something even more snackworthy for when Mom forgets to feed herself!
Even though I don’t always eat a real meal at mealtimes, I need something to keep the hungry mommy monster away. These SNICKERS Cake Mix Cookie Bars are perfect for a snack that’s filling, sweet and super yummy. Add a glass of milk and you’ve really got something.
To make the SNICKERS Cake Mix Cookie Bars, you can enlist the help of your mini-monsters like I did. It makes me seem less grumpy when they get to help Mommy. Charlie can easily dump everything in the big mixing bowl for me after I have it already portioned out. You can grab the printable recipe below.
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- 1 box cake mix (we used fudge swirl)
- 1 small box instant white chocolate pudding
- ⅓ cup water
- 1 cup applesauce
- 2 eggs
- 2 King Size SNICKERS Peanut Butter Squares (chopped)
- 3 King Size SNICKERS Extreme (sliced)
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Combine all ingredients in a large bowl except SNICKERS Extreme.
- Pour about ⅔ of batter into greased 10x13 baking dish or brownie pan.
- Lay out sliced SNICKERS Extreme to cover the batter.
- Pour remaining batter on top and spread to mostly cover the SNICKERS.
- Bake about 25 minutes.
- Should be slightly springy when touched.
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By the way, I’m sure these won’t last very long in your house. They didn’t in mine. The really great part? You can take one with you wrapped in a napkin and the kids won’t hear you opening a wrapper. They really do hear that every time, don’t they?
Who are you when you’re hungry? What do you grab to eat?