Mile High Caramel Bars

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Mile High Caramel Bars: chewy blondies for the serious caramel lover!

First, before you make this recipe, you must promise not to hate me. Please? Because you are about to experience something so rich, so buttery, so gooey, so delicious. Well, you get the point. For those on a diet,  please don’t read any further. Actually, my blog is very bad for those watching their weight. I’m sure there are some very good food blogs that focus on healthy food and such. Not me. I exercise, alot. I exercise so that I can enjoy my food. I exercise while thinking about food, it pushes me. Is that strange? (Run for the cookies, Aimee!!!)

But, let’s get back to the food. When you scroll below to read the recipe, please don’t think it’s wrong. It REALLY does call for 2 CUPS of butter. That’s 4 sticks for those of you who are doing the math in your head. 32 Tablespoons of butter. Yum. Actually, when you think of it like that, just try to cut this into 32 bars. One tablespoon of butter per bar. Not bad. If it was only butter you were concerned about. 3 cups of brown sugar. Ummm, anyways. Go get on the treadmill now. In about 3 days you will have burned enough calories to eat….one bite. It will be worth it though. I mean it.

Mile High Caramel Bars

Mile High Caramel Bars


  • 3 cups brown sugar
  • 2 cups butter, melted
  • 3 eggs, beaten
  • 1 Tbsp vanilla
  • 4 cups flour
  • 1 cup oatmeal (I use quick oats)
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 3/4 tsp salt
  • 6 candy bars (full size), chopped (I use 3 packs of Rolo and 3 Heath bars-use your favorite;
  • Snickers, Milky Way, it’s all good)
  • 1 can (13.4oz) dulce de leche


  1. Combine brown sugar, butter, eggs and vanilla. Add flour, oats, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Fold in candy bars. I line my 13×9 pan with parchment paper so that when it is done, I can lift it out of the pan to cut and serve. Spoon batter into 13×9 pan.
  2. Spoon dollops of dulce de leche over batter, swirl slightly. Bake in a 325 degree oven for 65-70 minutes.
  3. Allow to cool before slicing. The center will be all gooey and delicious! After slicing, refrigerate for a couple hours, as this is best eaten cold.

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20 comments on “Mile High Caramel Bars”

  1. I love rich, and buttery, and gooey. The math and butter thing totally works for me. I can’t wait to try them.

  2. Between the butter and the candy bars, this sounds great to me! Yum!

  3. Corinna, it works for me too!!
    Sinful Sundays- I think butter and candy bars make a great dessert!

  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting! You are your hubby have been together a long time too, I hope me and my fiancee will be just as long as that!

    On another note, um I love caramel! I’ll take a sky high caramel bar any day!

  5. My husband and I absolutely work out so we can eat too 🙂 These bars sound like the perfect reason to do it!

  6. OOOH! These look amazing, I love anything with candy baked in it!

  7. Did someone say caramel??? those look fantastic!!!!

  8. Hi, I just found your blog through “Tasty Tuesday”. All I can say, is “Girl, you had me at the caramel!” I’m a newbie blogger and still “working on it”. I just became your newest follower. I’d love to have you “drop by” and check me out sometime if you get the chance and follow me back!

    Have a great day!

  9. woooooooooooow. all the buttery, gooey, rich…. that sounds like perfection! thank you so so much for sharing! love this, love you, love your blog! ha. it’s a party. i’ll keep you updated if i make this!

  10. I need to start exercising more so I can continue with 2 Maids a Baking!! These look like a recipe my mom used to make! Love it!

  11. I’ll take all 32 bars if you please! They good amazing! ♥ BJ

  12. Caramel seems to be everywhere right now and these sound so good. Thanks for linking at
    Make a Food-“e”-Friend Monday.

  13. You were featured at Today’s Top 20! Hooray!!


  14. @ Liz- eat the bar, then worry about the exercise 🙂 Cut the bar in little bites, then you don’t feel so bad!

    @ Bobbi- they are all yours, except I ate them. Sorry.

    @ Amanda- thank you 🙂

    @ cookies and cups- so sweet 🙂

  15. A-MAZ-ING! You didn’t even mention the candy bars and the dulce de leche…oh my! Thanks for linking up to Fat Camp Friday this week! See you next Friday!

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