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Mega Stuffed Oreo S’more Magic Bars

Mega Stuffed Oreo S'more Magic Bars from www.laurenslatest.com Do you remember when I tweeted and facebooked about having Oreos and S’more fixings in the house? Well, I did something a little crazy, even for my standards–> I came up with something evil and ridiculous and super easy….thus making it even more evil and ridiculous.

Ladies and Gents, meet my Mega Stuffed Oreo S’more Magic Bars.

Kinda like those magic 7-layer bars but incognito.

But like the amazing awesomely better version incognito.

Kinda like Steven Urkel versus Stefan Urkelle.

{Any other Family Matters addicts out there? C’mon! You know you love that show too. #yesimstillan11yearoldgirl}

How to make Mega Stuffed Oreo S'more Magic Bars from www.laurenslatest.com WELL, if you’ve never had a magic bar before, then you should google it and jump on that band wagon.

Then leave those guys high and dry and come join the Oreo loving S’more makin’ cooler magic bar team. {that’s my team. CLEARLY.}

You will never want to go back cause we are THAT cool.

Or something….

Anyways, these bars require 6 ingredients and 10 minutes of active time to put together. You can see in the photos above that the hardest part is pressing the graham cracker crust into the pan. {I know…its SO hard.} After that comes sweetened condensed milk and the goodies. Bake for 20 minutes or until set and that’s all she wrote.

Mega Stuffed Oreo S'more Magic Bars from www.laurenslatest.com Super sweet, a little crunchy and basically fail-proof! Be sure to whip these up today! Enjoy :)

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Mega Stuffed Oreo S'more Magic Bars

So easy to throw together AND super decadent. People will go crazy for these, guaranteed!

Yield: 20 small squares Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 20 minutes Total Time: 30 minutes

Ingredients:

1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
1/2 cup melted butter
1 14-oz. can sweetened condensed milk
1/2 cup mini chocolate chips
1/2 cup Jet Puffed Mallow Bits
1 cup chopped Mega Stuffed Oreos {about 6}

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line 9x13 pan with parchment paper and spray with nonstick cooking spray. Set aside.

Stir graham cracker crumbs together with melted butter until moist. Press this into the bottom on the prepared pan creating an even thin layer. Pour sweetened condensed milk overtop, spreading to cover the bottom crust evenly. Sprinkle with mini chocolate chips, marshmallow bits and oreos.

Bake 15-20 minutes or until edges are golden and bars are set. Cool to room temperature, cut into bars and serve.

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34 Comments

  1. I am going to try them today…I’ve been wondering how to replace the coconut in the 7 layer bars. Thank you!

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  2. Amazing! Oreos are a huge favorite in this house.

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  3. hahaha OMG I loved Family Matters and TGIF for that matter!!! Stefan was so evil but so smooth ahahaha! These are so crazy! But crazy in a totally delicious way!

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  4. Oh Lauren these look so good! I can’t wait to save this recipe and make it for my coworkers and husband! Hope you and the baby are doing well!

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  5. I only have regular marshmallows and marshmallow fluff on hand :/ Could either of those be a good replacement for themallow bits!?

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    • Kelly — March 7th, 2013 @ 1:31 pm

      I am wondering the same thing. I want to make these tonight, and same here, only have fluff or regular sized. My try to cut the whole ones in half, lay them on so they will get toasty. Will let you know how it turns out! These look DIVINE!!!!

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  6. I love magic layer bars and these look like a great way to change them up.

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  7. Holy cow! Those look beyond “magic”. My kids would think I was the best mum in the world if I made these bars for them.

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  8. O.K. I’m sitting here eating my salad for lunch, like any good girl would do…and then you go and KILL me with this recipe! Lauren this looks out of this world good, and makes my salad look pretty sad right now. :)

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  9. These bars really do look magical! The ultimate oreo bar!

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  10. Seriously – does it get any better than this?? And I totally loved the Family Matters reference!! :)

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  11. Holy Smokes! That looks so insanely delish!!!
    Lauren, I love your blog! I think it’s cool that we’re both foodie bloggers from the same town :) I hope your daughter is feeling better :) Have a great day!

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  12. These look awesome! You just created the best bar!

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  13. Holy s’morifficness Lauren! My husband just told me I better make these this weekend or else… I’m not one to argue… so this biz is happening! LOVE!

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  14. I have never had magic bars before – but I am seeing them all over the place now. This Oreo’s s’more version definitely looks like the team I would join.

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  15. It’s like a 7-layer-dip for my face, thank you for dispensing with the need for chips!

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  16. LOVE these, Lauren!! I am in love with those mega stuffed Oreos! :) I

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  17. Made these this weekend… they are gone. SO GOOD!

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  18. Lauren – just saw these on Pinterest and holy moly, I want one! Or more than one. Repinning!

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  19. YUM! I made these tonight and they are so good! I used Easter M&M’s instead of the chocolate chips, so they’re all pretty and pastel for the holiday. :) Thanks for a great, super simple recipe!

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  20. These look a million times better than normal Magic Bars. I hate normal Magic Bars with a passion. I think I’ll be baking these in the near future! <3

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  21. I made these today and they are very yummy! Although, my bars do not look like the pictures. My mini marshmallows are melted goo, and the chocolate chips are melted too. Next time, I will wait to add all 3 of the toppings until the last 5 minutes of cooking time, so that it looks better.

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    • Dawn — June 6th, 2013 @ 4:37 pm

      I had the same end result! Mine look like your description. The sweetened condensed milk was actually boiling by the end of 15 minutes on 350…my guess as to why everything else was melted.

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  22. Lauren – Did your graham cracker crumbs cover the entire bottom of your 9×13 pan? I ask ask I used exactly 1 1/2 C, but mine didn’t completely cover the bottom — not sure why and the rest sort of melted together. The bars you made are beautiful and I’m trying to figure out how to tweak it so mine will turn out the same! 😉 Thanks!

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    • Lauren — June 9th, 2013 @ 7:20 am

      Yes, my graham cracker crust covered the entire bottom of the pan. It was a thin layer, but it covered the bottom.

      What do you mean by melt together? The chocolate is supposed to get melty and the sweetened condensed milk is supposed to cook and solidify. Are you using marshmallow “mallow bits”? They’re like the ultra mini marshmallows you’d find in hot chocolate mixes that are harder than mini marshmallows. You can buy containers of them at target.

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