An easy Reese Crumble Cake Bars recipe using a box of cake mix and REESE Spreads – an out of this world dessert recipe!
Reese Crumble Cake Bars
For the past few weeks I’ve been sharing some incredible recipes using REESE Spreads – and I’m so excited to finally introduce you to one that I made. This Reese Crumble Cake Bars recipe is totally amazing, it pretty much was a weekend highlight.
You see, I’ve partnered with REESE Spreads to highlight the many wonderful recipes that you can make with the product, because peanut butter and chocolate married together in a spreadable form? Oh yes!
Reese Crumble Cake Bars is a relatively simple recipe to make, and one that utilizes a box of yellow cake mix. It features 3 layers: the cake at the bottom, REESE spread in the middle, and then the cake again on top.
Since the top cracks somewhat when it bakes, I call it a crumble cake. Yet it holds together so nicely – and the taste is amazing.
REESE Spreads makes this recipe, but it’s in good company with the buttery cake flavour – an out of this world combination.
Of all the bars and squares that I’ve made, many of them are in the recipe box here at My Organized Chaos, this one is my newest favourite. Usually for my recipe features, I divide the treats to be enjoyed by myself and the kids – and the rest to friends. This one? Sorry friends, it didn’t make it that far. Next time – maybe.
Here’s the recipe for Reese Crumble Cake Bars, and truly enjoy this one right down to the last bite. Also keep an eye on the #DoYouSpoon hashtag on social for more great recipes to try using REESE Spreads.
Nutrition Information: Yield: 6 Serving Size: 6 Servings
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 477 Saturated Fat: 11g Cholesterol: 68mg Sodium: 782mg Carbohydrates: 72g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 38g Protein: 4g
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by REESE Spreads as part of the Golden Spoon Recipe Series. All opinions on this blog are my own.