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Oatmeal Cookie Cheesecake Bars

These bars are so rich and delicious! The added touch of peanut butter and chocolate makes it flavor packed.  They seem to get better with age!!
Oatmeal Cookie Cheesecake Bars
1 package oatmeal cookie mix (17.5 oz)
1 -8oz. package cream cheese
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 cup sugar
1 cup peanut butter chips
1/2 cup almonds or peanuts
1 cup milk chocolate chips
1 teaspoon vegetable oil
Make cookie dough as directed on package.  Press into the bottom of a greased 9 x 13 pan.
Bake at 350 degrees for 15-18 minutes, just until it turns light golden brown.
Beat cream cheese, eggs, sugar and vanilla until well blended.  Spread overtop of cookie bottom.
Sprinkle with peanut butter chips and nuts.
Bake 15-18 minutes until the center is set. 
Let cool for 15 minutes. Melt milk chocolate chips and 1 teaspoon oil in the microwave until smooth.  Drizzle over the top of the bars.( I melted mine in a ziplock bag, cut the corn off and it made the drizzle
 and clean up easy.) Refrigerate. 


  1. That looks so good. Wish I could have been in your kitchen this week to eat all the delicious stuff you've been turning out.

  2. They look great, I'm sure everyone was happy-happy:@)

  3. See, I was trying to come up with a dessert for a party this weekend. Score!!! Thank you!

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner

  4. Tiffanee...this is such a great idea.
    I just thought of sending this post to my community center head cook...she'll probably want to incorporate this easy and fun dessert for the kids. Saturday morning is what they look forward to the most...they learn a new dessert to bring home.

    Thanks for sharing your ease in the kitchen ;o)

    Ciao for now,

  5. OOh - I'm adding a package of oatmeal cookies to the grocery list for this! Thanks!

  6. That one really looks like a keeper. I'm bookmarking it to try when we go back north where we have more people to eat you know if it's just the 2 of us....we'll eat them all.

  7. you are evil! i resolved today that i need to eat less sweets and i'm going to try to avoid chocolate (my downfall) and then you post something like this! it looks fabulous!

  8. Those look divine!! If they have oatmeal in them, they must be healthy...right?

  9. Tiffanee! - seems like we are on the same wave length of "oatmeal cookie" treats. I just did a post on an Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Coffee Cake...gotta love oatmeal cookies! I will definitely be making these bars...thanks for sharing!

    Happy Valentine's Day!
    ~avril :-)

  10. Oh my. This is just wrong on so many levels. #1 I would eat the entire pan myself. #2 refer to #1!!!!

  11. I saw the photo and immediately clicked on COPY. :-) Those look scrumptious!

  12. Ooo, you've outdone yourself with this one. Looks outstanding! Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

  13. I love oatmeal cookies. Add chocolate? Oh yes! These look sinfully delicious!

  14. What a great idea. You combined so many of my favorite ingredients.

    I'd love to have you stop by and link up with Sweet Tooth Fridays!

  15. I've never thought of combining cheesecake with oatmeal cookies. Great idea! And it looks scrumptious!

    Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites last week!


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