Chocolate Bullseye Bars

Linda Griffith


I made these a couple of weeks ago for my grand kids and they loved them. I have dinner for them on Thursday Nights. They are all grown but still love to come to grand kid night. This is one of their favorite treats. I hope you will enjoy it too. You can use this recipe for a dessert or just a great snack and they will fit perfectly in a lunch box when schools start back This a between a candy bar and cookie....You will asked for this recipe a lot

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30 Min


1 box
duncan heines devils food cake mix
1/4 c
canola oil
1 large
egg, beaten
1 pkg
chocolate chips
1/2 c
peanut butter, creamy or crunchy
1 can(s)
sweetened condensed milk
1 c
chopped peanuts ( i used walnuts)
1 can(s)
ready made chocolate fudge frosting

How to Make Chocolate Bullseye Bars


  • 1In a large mixing bowl, add the cake mix, an egg and the oil. Beat with mixer until you have a nice crumbed mixture. Divide crumbs in half
  • 2In a 9x13 inch pan, press half of the mixture into the bottom, pressing well. On the top of the pressed crumbs, sprinkle half of the bag of chocolate chip chips and half of the nuts. In another bowl, mix condensed mix with the peanut butter. It will become very thick. This needs to be pressed over the nuts and chips. I had to butter my hands to spread it evenly. Spread the rest of the crumbs on top of mixture pressing well. Put in the oven for 25 to 30 minutes.
  • 3Melt the frosting in the microwave on high for one minute. Stir until pourable. Pour over the top of the baked dessert. Sprinkle the other half of the nuts and chocolate chips. Refrigerate after it cools. This is pretty hard to cut. It's almost like a candybar after it has set. So yummy. You can also substitute the chocolate chips for peanut butter chips.

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About Chocolate Bullseye Bars

Course/Dish: Cookies, Candies, Chocolate