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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

{Super Bowl Snack} Chocolate Peanut Butter Frito Bars

Oh yes, you read that title correctly! When I stumbled across this recipe in our newspaper a few weeks ago, I knew these bars would be mine. I mean, they are one big mosh pit of the best foods ever invented....Fritos, peanut butter cups, pretzels, chocolate and butter!

Chocolate Frito Bars from Hi Sugarplum


 chocolate frito bars recipe card

I got greedy with the Fritos and added too many, so my crust didn't set completely. Darn, I was just forced to eat all those loose pieces.

 Chocolate Frito Bars from Hi Sugarplum

I trimmed around the outside with a sharp knife so my bars would have clean edges. Darn, more loose pieces to eat.

 Chocolate Frito Bars from Hi Sugarplum

The plan was to have these as a Super Bowl snack, but they're gone. Like, the whole batch gone in one day. Darn, guess I'll just have to make another. Git in mah belly!

Chocolate Frito Bars from Hi Sugarplum

Mr. Sugarplum grew up in the Bay Area, so there's Niners Mania going on in our house right now. Who are you rooting for...Ravens, Niners or the commercials? What ridiculously gluttonous snacks do you whip up for game days?

18 comments:

  1. Those look absolutely wonderful. I love sweet and salty together, and this looks amazing. My husband will love these. While his Packers lost in the playoffs, and my Bears didn't do so hot either, we will still be enjoying the last football game of the season with some yummy snacks. I shared a recipe for Cranberry Turkey Roll-Ups last week that I definitely will be making again, but will definitely be adding these scrumptious treats too! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I did a double-take when I saw the recipe title, but they look delicious!!

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  3. Omg those look incredible! I'll be watching for the commercials on Sunday. I'm a Texans and Steelers girl... ;)

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  4. Btw what program do you use to make the recipe card thingie? Cute.

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  5. Looks yum! Wish I could try!

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  6. Man I just got the munchies!

    These sinful bars on Super Bowl Sunday would more than make up for the fact that we got bounced from the playoffs by the Ravens. SO yeah, we're rooting for the Niners. =]

    xoxo

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  7. So delish!!! We cook up some mini sausage pizzas every year that take weeks to work off. Well worth it!

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  8. OMG. Anything with chocolate, peanut butter, and fritos is game in my book. Need to try this like yesterday.

    Champagne Lifestyle on a Beer Budget

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  9. Normally I am totally on board but I am on the fence with this. You are gonna need to convince me a bit more but I do love chocolate covered pretzels.....so there could be a ray of hope. Okay who am I kidding - I freakin' love salt and chocolate...bring it on!

    GO 49ers!

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  10. I know this post is about food - but all I think about is how great your photos look! Go girl!!

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  11. Those look fantastic and I will be making them for Sunday too! I also live in the Bay Area and so we are rootin' for the 49ers too!
    Thanks for the recipe!

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  12. This definitely sounds interesting, but I love mixing sweet and salty so I'll definitely have to give it a try! :)

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  13. Those things look so good I think I just gained 5 lbs looking at the pictures.

    My hubs is also a 49ers fan. I don't follow NFL, I prefer college (and my team had an amazing year - national champions). My brother will be watching the game with us and he is a lifelong Ravens fan so it should be intersting. Yay for football and football food :)

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  14. these look so good! i'm going to make them for sure. i'm still rooting for the browns and always will-super bowl bound next year!

    (cleveland fans are eternally optimistic)

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  15. Thank you for posting this recipe! Just in time for tomorrow's game :)

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  16. Thank you for posting! I made last weekend and they were a hit. Will be sharing on my blog and sending people your way for the recipe! Thanks!

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  17. In Step 2, it says to place unwrapped peanut butter cups on top. ?? I'm sure that isn't right, but would you clarify that please? Thanks! These look fantastic!

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    1. Yes, unwrap the peanut butter cups before baking them in the bars! :)

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Your comments are like crack, or popcorn with milk duds, I just can't quit them. xoxo, cass

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