Chewy No-Bake Nutter Butter Bars

I usually don’t post a new recipe on Saturday, but had to share this variation of the chewy cookie bars! You know I wasn’t stopping with just Oreos right? Lol!

Same exact recipe, just used a package of Nutter Butters instead of Oreos and…..yah they were equally delish!

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Here’s your 3 ingredient check list ๐Ÿ™‚

Peanut buttery delicious!

Place cookies into food processor until ground.

Here you have it ๐Ÿ™‚

Pour your cookies into puffed up marhsmallows that have been cooked in the microwave with the butter.

Give a good mix.

Mmmmm.

Let set up for 10-15 minutes (for a short cut put in the freezer for 5 minutes)

Cut into bars and serve!

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Chewy No-Bake Nutter Butter Bars

One 1 pound package of Nutter Butters

5 cups Large Marshmallows

4 tablespoons butter

1. Place Nutter Butters in food processor and pulse until ground. Melt marshmallows and butter in microwave until puffed, about 1 1/2- 2 minutes. Remove and pour in ground Cookies. Stir to combine then transfer to a foil lined 8×8 inch baking pan. Let set up for 10 minutes. Remove bars out of pan with edges of foil and cut into squares.

Makes 9-16 bars

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52 Responses
  1. Every day I think, there’s no way she can top her last:
    No Bake
    Easy
    Uses cookies/items from my childhood that I LOVED…

    …and then…

    You do! You pull these amazing little rabbits out of your hat, Jenny!

    I love the looks of these!! YUM!!!

    To be made, soon ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. These look so tasty and easy! The flavors involved remind me of a peanut butter an d mini marshmallow no-bake slice that my grandmother used to make. Can’t wait to try it and find out if nostalgia comes rushing in.

  3. Mrs Horn

    Both this and the oreo bars remind me of college. The cafeteria in my college would take whatever cereal was almost stale and make “treats” out of it. We had fruity pebble bars, cheerio bars, and cinnamon toast crunch bars. They were always super tasty, even if they were just trying to use up old cereal.

  4. Janet

    These are some if my favorite cookies ever! I’m thinking these even sound GABS worthy!! What a fab idea… and it looks awesome over here btw ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. I swear all of us girls think alike. I made something with Nutter Butter Minis yesterday!! Nothing like this, but it’s still funny that we were both thinking of Nutter Butters! These are perfect!

  6. Cant decide which is more tempting, the oreo or nutter butter bars, guess I will just have to make both, LOL! Thanks for sharing the recipe, I cant wait to try it. So glad I stumbled onto your blog!

  7. These looks fantastic! They’re going to be perfect treats for me to take to work. I’m really tempted to mix your last 2 recipes and make some Oreo-Nutter Butter chewy bars. The customization possibilities for these bars are exciting! Thanks for the great idea!

  8. Mmm would be good with chocolate. Wish I’d seen these when I did my National Peanut Butter Lovers Day…would have been a good thing to reference ๐Ÿ™‚

    Yumm

  9. I was salivating over the Cookies and Creams Bars, but now I want to run to the store to Nutter Butters! I have some girl scout cookies in the cupboard. Hmmm….

  10. Gee’s Jenny, you’re such a genius! Those sound good on my empty stomach this morning. I just wanted to tell you I’m off f.b. and put my blog on private (which is a pain I know…sorry). You probably don’t even have time to read blogs but if you want an invite just email me at thesearethedaysmail@yahoo.com

    I just didn’t want you to think I was shutting you out. ๐Ÿ™‚ Hope the O.C. is treating you good!!

  11. Looks tasty!
    I’m in Canada where Nutter Butters don’t exist. Oh no! And dairy products, like butter, are expensive on my university-student budget. So my question is: do you think I could use a vanilla sandwich cookie instead, and substitute peanut butter for the butter?

  12. Debbie B

    I made these along with a batch of the oreo ones last night to bring to work today. SUPER YUMMY and easy! I had to keep a couple for the kids and the hubby but most of them made it into work with me today.

  13. Megan

    We made these yesterday and there are no words for how fabulous they were!! Thanks for the wonderful idea! Oh PS we drizzled melted chocolate over the top ๐Ÿ™‚ mmmmm

  14. Jenna

    These sound AMAZING. Then I scrolled down and saw the oreo version. I’m much more a peanut butter person, but my coworker LOVES chocolate and Oreo’s. After sharing these recipes with her, she suggested that it’d be good to MIX the Nutter Butter & the Oreo’s. I have not tried, but I think that’d be a great combo!!

  15. T

    Uh oh, I think I made a mistake. I used the whole bag of regular sized marshmallows. That was too many wasn’t it? It tasted like homemade peanut butter marshmallows which was great and would be perfect with chocolate fondue. BUT, that wasn’t right was it?

  16. nicole k

    Oh my goodness! I never have bought Nutter Butter cookies until yesterday and I happened to run across this recipe and tried it. It’s amazing! So much better than regular Rice Krispy Treats! This will be a huge it when I go back home to visit. Thanks! Planned on making the Biscoff White Choc cookies, but forgot to buy the White Chocolate morsels yesterday. Boo! Another day though.
    Thanks a bunch!!!

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