(Gluten Free) Magic Cookie Bars Recipe
Magic cookie bars can be made gluten-free by making a peanut butter base out of three simple ingredients. Layer with chocolate chips, nuts, and coconut for a decadent treat.
These magic bars deliver flavors of childhood: graham crackers, butter, coconut, pecans, and chocolate chips melted together.
A gluten-free adaptation of the traditional Seven Layer Bar recipe. All ingredients are available in ordinary supermarkets. Be sure to check the packaging on your ingredients to make sure they are indeed gluten-free.
Wow! Amazing! Dessert can be delicious without the gluten! I subbed 1/2 the peanut butter with almond butter for the cookie and cooked it 13 minutes instead of 8. I also used 1/2 brown sugar and 1/2 white sugar. Because several others had mentioned it was sticky, I spread butter in the bottom of my stoneware jelly pan and no problems. This was my first try at gluten free and it was a success! I made these for a friend who is gluten free, but my son ended up eating half of them! Thank you, Jewel! I will make these again!
An extremely rich, yet delicious cookie bar! Walnuts aren't the only nut you can use; try any of your other favorites like pecans, peanuts, or cashews.
I made these GLUTEN FREE by using Arrowroot Animal Cookies and processing them in my food processor for less than a minute and turning them into crumbs. I followed the rest of the recipe exactly. (I used their version that uses half chocolate chips and half butterscotch.) You would never know they are gluten free or other than original. They are DELICIOUS (and addicting.) !!
This bar cookie is an old fashioned favorite. Chocolate chips, nuts and coconut are set in a caramelized layer on top of a graham cracker crust.
This one is akin to the seven layer bars, without the butterscotch chips, and an extra layer of sweetened condensed milk.