These Amish Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars are super easy to make and even easier to eat. Simply bake, slice and serve them for a fun chocolate treat!
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Amish Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars
I found an old cookbook at my favorite used bookstore last week that is packed full of delicious inspiration. I love Amish recipes because they’re usually simple, homemade and comforting, which perfectly describes my own cooking style.
This chocolate chip cookie bar recipe is the first one that I’ve tried out of the cookbook and it did not disappoint. It was such a simple recipe that I let my 3-year-old “help” me.
I had to improvise a little bit because the directions were almost too simple. So, here’s my adapted version of these delicious Amish Chocolate Chip Bars. I know you will love this recipe because it’s quick to put together and tastes AMAZING!
How to Make Chocolate Chip Bars:
Preheat oven to 350
In medium mixing bowl, mix dry ingredients.
Add remaining ingredients and mix thoroughly.
Line Jelly Roll Pan with parchment paper. Dump batter onto pan and spread evenly using spatula. (Don’t forget to grease the sides of the pan or it will stick!)
Bake for 25-30 minutes or until golden.
Let cool and slice into bars. Enjoy!
Can you Freeze these Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars?
Yes! These Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars are freezer-friendly. You can either freeze the dough ahead of time or bake them as directed and freeze them after they have cooled.
Simply wrap the bars in plastic wrap and place them in a clearly labeled freezer bag. They will last up to 3 months in a regular freezer.
What Kind of Pan Should I Use?
The best pan to use for this recipe is one with sides that is at least a 9×13. The technical term for one of these pans is a Jelly Roll Pan.
My absolute favorite brand of bakeware is USA Pan Bakeware because they are completely nonstick.