Pretzel Crisps® Dessert Bars

These amazingly delectable dessert bars make your mouth water just by looking at them. A layer of cookie dough, marshmallow, and caramel are sandwiched in between two soft chocolate layers with salty Pretzel Crisps®. Make these for fun, or as a sweet treat for teachers.

36 ounces of melting chocolate bark
About two spoonfuls of peanut butter
Pretzel Crisps®
1/4 cup butter
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1/4 cup canned coconut milk or regular milk
1 ½ cups marshmallow fluff
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
22 ounces of soft caramel chews/candies
6 T of cream
Cookie dough

Line an 8×8 pan with wax paper, or aluminum foil.

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Melt half of the chocolate bark according package instructions. Mix in a spoonful of peanut butter. Scatter broken pieces of Pretzel Crisps® on the bottom of the pan, then pour chocolate on top. Carefully use a spatula to spread chocolate across entire pan. Feel free to press more broken Pretzel Crisps® on top of chocolate.

Allow cookie dough to soften. Once chocolate is hard, press cookie dough across entire pan to cover chocolate. Place in refrigerator.

Melt butter in a saucepan on medium low, then add milk and sugar. Once sugar dissolves turn up to medium until milk just begins to boil. Add in fluff and then vanilla. Stir and allow to cool. Remove pan from fridge and pour marshmallow over cookie dough layer. Place back into fridge immediately.

Wait for dessert bar to fully chill in fridge. Melt heavy cream and caramels on low heat. Once mixed together, allow to cool slightly, then pour over marshmallow. Place back in fridge immediately.

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Melt second half of chocolate and mix with spoonful of peanut butter. Pour over chilled dessert bar, then press broken Pretzel Crisps® into chocolate. Allow layers to soften just enough to use a very large, sharp knife to cut bar into squares.

If you live in a warm climate, you may want to store the bars in the fridge, then remove allow to soften slightly before consuming.