Triple Chip Revel Bars

Triple Chip Revel Bars: sweet oatmeal cookie bars with a fudgy center!

These beautiful chocolate bars were made for dessert not too long ago. One of the first cookbooks I ever owned is the Red Checkered Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. I got it as a wedding present (no idea from who) over 17 years ago! (<—I know, I can’t believe I’ve been married over 17 years!)

This cookbook is a great tool for any home. I use it often as a starting point for many dinners. It’s one of the few cookbooks I actually use! Most of the time, I just use the internet. But there is something old fashioned and comforting about pulling out a cookbook. Don’t ya think?

Anyways, I found a recipe in there for Chocolate Revel Bars and instead of completely following directions, I changed it up. By adding more chocolate (and butterscotch), of course!

Do you have a favorite cookbook that you use as a standby? Or do you use the internet? Or, are you just an amazing cook who can throw things together from scratch?

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Triple Chip Revel Bars

Triple Chip Revel Bars: sweet oatmeal cookie bars with a fudgy center!

Ingredients

  • 1 cup unsalted butter, softened (Divided)
  • 2 cup light brown sugar
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 tsp vanilla extgract
  • 2 cup all purposed flour
  • 3 cup quick cook oats
  • 1 can (14oz) sweetened condensed milk
  • 3/4 cup butterscotch morsels
  • 1/2 cup dark chocolate chips
  • 1/4 cup milk chocolate chips

Instructions

  1. Beat all but 2 Tbsp of softened butter with brown sugar. Add baking soda, eggs and vanilla extract, beat until combined. Add flour and oats.
  2. In a small pan, heat the milk over low, stirring constantly. Add in butter and all the morsels. Continue to stir on low heat until everything is melted and smooth. Remove.
  3. Press 2/3 of the dough into bottom of an ungreased 15x10 baking sheet. Keep pressing with your fingertips, it all fits, honest! Pour chocolate sauce over dough, spreading evening. Drop remaining dough by teaspoon over chocolate sauce.
  4. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 25-28 minutes. Cool and cut into bars. ENJOY!

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Posted on November 15, 2012

Comments & Reviews

  1. Yes! They are on the oven right now! ( The Peanut butter Revel bars) I also put walnuts in them. They smell sooooo good baking!!!

    About cookbooks…….My Mother gave me one when I got married Almost 75 years ago. It’s the “Household Searchlight Cookbook” and it’s the one she had that we used all the time I was growing up. She gave one to each of my three sisters too. I am the only one still living and I am 92 years old! I still like it and also the Betty Crocker and the Better Homes & Gardens too.

  2. I got a Betty Crocker cook book in 1958 when I got married, Everything I learned to cook came from that book, it is in pieces but I still look things up sometimes. I keep saying should buy a new one. Loved that book. Revel cookies are the best.

    1. That’s so awesome. Sometimes when a cookbook is done right, there’s no need to replace it. Betty Crocker did it right!

  3. I have that same cookbook, except mine is much older than 17 years and got it as a wedding gift as well. I love using it and it’s probably one of two that I do…the other is one that I bought from some college kid selling them (door-to-door) and I was a sucker for it. The buying pitch was…it had over 1,000 chicken recipes! haha! I will have to look at my Better Homes and see if this recipe is in it. Yes, I do believe these bars will be made soon and feel confident I will be using the elliptical twice as much!

  4. Hi, I just want to let you know that it’s absolutely delicious. I’ve been making revel bars for a year now and my mom extremely loved this recipe. She was able to finish a whole pan in 3 days! Thank you!

  5. I used to make these bars all the time when I was a kid! The summer before middle school, my best friend used to have sleepovers at ny house almost every night, and we would make these bars. Our version was butterscotch chips, milk chocolate chips, and chopped pecans instead of dark chocolate. They were so good!

  6. Yes, yes, and yes!! Will be making these (in addition to your cake!!)… We’ll be married 17 yrs next summer. Goes soooooo fast, I know!

  7. Oh how I have missed stopping by your blog! And I am LOVING your new site by the way! This looks absolutely delicious. And seriously, my butt, it’s getting bigger as I drool over all your yummy pictures 🙂

  8. Man I love revel bars, so easy and so good! Love the butterscotch chips in these! My go to place for recipes has been the internet with the exception of my King Arthur baking cook book!

  9. Gosh, I really really love chocolate. These look SO good, wish I could have one like right now! Cookbooks are my fav but I seem to be using the internet more and more.

  10. For Christmas baking I usually ask my mom for all of her recipes as they bring back so many childhood memories. I’m not the kind of person to just whip something up from the top of my head. You bars look delicious, love all the chocolate!

  11. i love everything about these aimee! i’ve never made revel bars and actually did not know what they were until recently! i obviously LOVE the butterscotch added in 😉

  12. Ugh, these look so delicious! Why do I not have a pan waiting for me here so I can scarf them down?

    I agree with you on the whole cookbook thing. I recently pulled mine out when my power was out and completely forgot how wonderful it is to cook from a cookbook. I miss it. We should all do it more.

  13. I have that cookbook too…from a wedding shower:-) There a few recipes in it that I always use! Love that you added more chocolate and butterscotch to this awesome bar!

  14. Those look WONDERFUL!! I’ll trade you my Chocolate Shortbread Pumpkin Malt Ball Bars for these. Mmmmm! And yes, I love my older cookbooks.

  15. I need these. Like NOW. I swear they would last maybe 1/2 a day in my house. And that’s just with the kids eating them.

  16. I have that same Betty Crocker cookbook and it is still one of my favorites. I love these bars–especially with the butterscotch chips. YUM.

  17. I love how much chocolate is in this and the condensed milk added in this makes it sound so decadent!! How I wish I could grab a bar right now!

  18. I made a skillet cookie kind of like this! Except it had peanut butter in it, too. The sweetened cond milk + oats is SUCH A good combo. And love all those chips you use – triple is good. 🙂

  19. I have that same cookbook – I got it for myself as soon as I got married because my mom had it and I’d used it my whole life! It’s such a great one. Now, my go to cookbook is Pinterest, lol. And, my blogger friends. 🙂 These are awesome bars! Great for the holidays!

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