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These delicious Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars have layers of creamy edible cookie dough, buttery shortbread, rich chocolate ganache and homemade salted caramel sauce!Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars

For Kevin’s third and final birthday treat of 2013 (here was the first and second) he choose these jaw-dropping Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. This drop-dead stunning recipe comes to you from the AMAZING The Cookie Dough Lover’s Cookbook by Lindsay Landis.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Seriously!! It’s an ENTIRE cookbook dedicated to COOKIE DOUGH! :) With Lindsay’s creative recipes you can find delicious ideas to add cookie dough to every dessert imaginable. Talk about MADE for each other!! :) Me and This Book = True Luv 4 Ever!!

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Lindsay shares her approachable and impressive everyday recipes at her blog Love and Olive Oil and she’s also the talented web and graphic designer at Purr Design. (Read: If you need a blog makeover, Lindsay’s the girl to contact!!)

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

And if you need a dessert recipe that will wow, amaze, shock, awe, win friends and influence people…

The Cookie Dough Lover’s Cookbook is the place to look.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Okay, seriously, take a look at these bars with me for a second.

  • It’s a layer of buttery, soft shortbread.
  • A layer of homemade salted caramel sauce.
  • A layer of irresistible cookie dough (and it’s egg free, so it’s safe to eat!)
  • Topped with a layer of rich, decadent chocolate ganache.

I have died and gone to heaven.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Do you want to make these?? I know you do!! :)

As with all good cookbooks and all good recipes, these bars inspired me to be creative and make them my own. See, I have a shortbread recipe that I LOVE. I have a salted caramel sauce recipe that I LOVE. And I have a chocolate ganache recipe that I LOVE!!

I knew when I wanted to make these bars that I wanted to take these three favorite recipes and combine them with Lindsay’s tried-and-true cookie dough recipe for one ultra, mega, wow-your-pants-off recipe. She is the cookie dough queen, afterall! ;)

And ya’ll… I could not have been more thrilled with the results! These bars are hands down one of the best things I’ve ever made. They’re chewy, gooey, rich, chocolaty, decadent, AND THEY’VE GOT COOKIE DOUGH STUFFED IN THE MIDDLE!!!

You gotta try these. May I present… Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars: The Kevin and Amanda Way.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

How to Make These Brilliant Cookie Dough Bars

Start with the shortbread layer. Preheat oven to 350. Beat butter and sugars for 2-3 minutes until light and fluffy. Add in flour and salt and mix on low until just combined.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Press the dough into the bottom of a 9×13 baking dish that’s been sprayed with cooking spray and lined with parchment paper. This will make the bars a LOT easier to remove in the end.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Bake at 350 for 30-35 minutes until edges are slightly browned. It may look puffy and jiggly in the center when you take it out, but it will fall and set as it cools.

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Meanwhile, prepare the caramel layer. Heat sugar over medium to medium-high heat. Whisk constantly. The sugar will start to melt and clump up as it transforms. Once the sugar is smooth and melted, add butter, one tablespoon at a time, whisking after each addition until fully incorporated. Then remove the pan from the heat and slowly pour in one cup of heavy cream. Whisk until the cream is fully incorporated and the caramel is smooth. Finally whisk in one tablespoon fine sea salt.

See step-by-step photos of making caramel.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Pour about half of the hot caramel mixture over the shortbread crust. Refrigerate until set, at least one hour. If the caramel is still soft and sticky after 1 hour, freeze for another 15 minutes before continuing.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Store the remaining caramel in a mason jar in the refrigerator. Use it for ice cream topping, dipping apples, pancakes, and even S’MORES!!! :)

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Next, make the homemade, egg-free cookie dough. Beat butter and sugars on medium speed for 2-3 minutes until light and fluffy. Add heavy cream and vanilla and mix well. Add flour and 1/2 teaspoon salt and mix on low speed until just incorporated. Stir in the mini chocolate chips.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Spread cookie dough on top of caramel layer using a spatula to smooth dough into an even layer. Refrigerate the dough while you prepare the chocolate ganache.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Place chocolate chips in a glass or heat-proof bowl. On the stove, heat the heavy cream and vanilla and bring to a simmer. Pour over the chocolate chips, let sit for 5 minutes, then whisk until completely smooth.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Pour the ganache over the cookie dough layer and chill until set, about 30 minutes.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Four of my all-time favorite recipes all combined into one heavenly bar.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

I love this bar so much, I want it to become a person so I can take it to Las Vegas and marry it.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Oh my gosh. Seriously. I die. I’m done.

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

Make these bars ASAP. Enjoy, friends!! :)

Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars. The most amazing dessert you can bring to a potluck ever. 4 Layers of Shortbread, Salted Caramel Sauce, Cookie Dough, and homemade Chocolate Ganache.

P.S. For the Quick and Easy method, feel free to use any of these shortcuts!

  • A layer of store-bought sugar cookie dough in place of the shortbread layer. Press in pan and bake.
  • A layer of jarred caramel sauce (found with the ice cream toppings). Microwave and pour straight from jar. Refrigerate to set.
  • A layer of homemade, egg-free cookie dough (make your favorite cookie dough recipe and replace each egg with 2 tbsp heavy cream or milk). Spread over caramel.
  • A layer of jarred hot fudge topping like Smucker’s or Hershey’s (found with the ice cream toppings). Heat and pour over cookie dough. Chill to set!! :)
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Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars

  • Prep Time: 30 minutes
  • Cook Time: 30 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour
  • Yield: 6 servings 1x
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Oven
  • Cuisine: American

Description

These delicious Cookie Dough Billionaire Bars have layers of creamy edible cookie dough, buttery shortbread, rich chocolate ganache and homemade salted caramel sauce!

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Ingredients

For the Shortbread:

  • 2 cups (1 lb or 4 sticks) butter, softened
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/4 cup light brown sugar, packed
  • 3 3/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt

For the Caramel:

  • 2 cups sugar
  • 12 tablespoons butter
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 1 tbsp fleur de sel or fine sea salt

For the Cookie Dough:

  • 1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 cup light brown sugar, packed
  • 2 tablespoons heavy cream
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 cup mini semisweet chocolate chips

For the Chocolate Ganache:

  • 1 1/2 cups dark chocolate chips
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract

Instructions

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Generously coat a 9×13 baking dish with cooking spray and line with parchment paper, leaving a 1-inch overhang on two sides.

For the Shortbread

Beat butter and sugars for 2-3 minutes until light and fluffy. Add in flour and salt and mix on low until just combined. Press the dough into prepared pan. Bake at 350 for 30-35 minutes until edges are slightly browned. It may look puffy and jiggly in the center at first, but it will fall and set as it cools. Shortbread recipe from Picky-Palate.com.

For the Caramel

Make Salted Caramel Sauce recipe on TwoPeasandTheirPod.com. Pour about half of the hot caramel mixture over the shortbread crust. Refrigerate until set, at least one hour. If the caramel is still soft and sticky after 1 hour, freeze for another 15 minutes before continuing.

For the Cookie Dough

Beat butter and sugars on medium speed for 2-3 minutes until light and fluffy. Add heavy cream and vanilla and mix well. Add flour and salt and mix on low speed until just incorporated. Stir in the mini chocolate chips. Spread cookie dough on top of caramel layer using a spatula to smooth dough into an even layer. Refrigerate the dough while you prepare the chocolate ganache.

For the Chocolate Ganache

Place chocolate chips in a glass bowl. In a saucepan, whisk together the heavy cream and vanilla and bring to a simmer over medium-high heat. Pour over the chocolate chips, let sit for 5 minutes, then whisk until completely smooth. Pour the ganache over the cookie dough layer and chill until set, about 30 minutes.

To remove bars from pan

Grasp the edges of the parchment paper and lift out the entire block. Place on a cutting board and use a large sharp knife to cut into 2-inch squares.

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98 Responses
  1. Charlie

    Hi Kevin and Amanda!

    I have just made your squares. They are so good, but
    I have a couple of questions. 1. Your cookie dough looks so light and fluffy. Mine definitely doesn’t look like that. How did you do it? 2. Also I used the suggested pan size but the cookie dough isn’t as thick (deep) as yours. Did you double it? Mine have a deep layer of the base, and then a thin layer of the cookie dough and I can barely taste the caramel. What did I do wrong? Thank you so much for sharing and have a very Merry Christmas.

    1. Amanda

      Hi Charlie! To get the cookie dough super light and fluffy, I beat the sugar and butter in a Kitchenaid stand mixer for 5 minutes until light and fluffy. Then I add the egg and vanilla and beat for another 2 minutes. When I add the flour and chocolate chips, I mis on low speed until *just* combined — you don’t want to over mix the flour. I don’t think I doubled the cookie dough, but maybe it looks bigger because it is fluffier? Hope they still taste good! :)

    2. Melanie

      Hi Amanda,

      Your shortbread ingredients list doesn’t include and egg or vanilla. The directions don’t mention these either. Are those supposed to be included?

  2. Charlie

    Morning!

    My daughter and I have been baking and making candy for over a month.
    We have made about 1000 turtles and  around 400 hundred of chocolates, salted caramel, strawberry, raspberry, hazelnut.  This doesn’t count the cookies and bars.  Today we are going to do meringues  and your bars.  That will be the end until Chritmas when I do the pies and tarts.

    Needless to say I am beat.  I never take shortcuts but……

    If I was to use the chocolate and caramel sauce from the store, would they be

    AS GOOD AS THE HOMEMADE?

    SWEETER?

    Thanks so much!
    Charlie

    1. Amanda

      You could probably use the caramel sauce from the store, but I wouldn’t use chocolate sauce… it won’t set up right. If I was going to take a shortcut I think I would use chocolate almond bark, melt it, pour it over and let it set up. Hope this helps and good luck!

  3. Alina @ Delicious Romania

    I just loved the part where you said that you want it to become a person and take it to Las Vegas to marry it. :) It’s pure decadence, I’d love to try it! Saving it for later.

  4. Charlie

    If I had of seen just the picture in the book, I probably would have passed the recipe by.

    Yours look so luscious and decadent that I knew immediately that I Had to have the recipe!

    Thank you for sharing.

  5. Nina

    So amazing ,what can I say more than that ?!
    ????
    But I wanna ask what about cookie dough
    Isn’t need to be cooked because of flour?

  6. melanie parsons

    hoping somehow you get this tonight. I am going to make this tonight I think for a luncheon tomorrow. Yours in your pictures look just out of the oven oozing with carmel and all the layers and oooh so delish however in the book pages, they look hardened. Which is better to eat? Fresh out of the oven or hardened? I wanted to have them the best for this luncheon and wanted your opinion. Also, looks like there is some questions on the measurements on the amounts for the cookie dough can you please confirm. THANK YOU SO MUCH! Can’t wait to make and follow what else you have. :)
    Melanie

  7. Laura

    Best dessert I’ve ever had! I made this in November for a chili cook-off (there were dessert entries too) and it won first place for desserts by a landslide. I made everything from scratch so it was time consuming but worth it. It was my first time making caramel and it turned out a little saltier than store bought, not sure if it’s supposed to be like that, but it was really added to the recipe. I’m definitely making it again.

  8. Rebecca

    Oh my, these look incredible! I see why they were one of your top recipes last year! They look absolutely sinful and I bet they taste even better!

  9. armin

    Your all recipes are wonderful
    But
    Can you use your recipe measure by gram(s) , kilogram(s) ? or just add (rewrite ) this measure with your measure; PLZ
    because in my country ( IRAN ) just use grams :( . for example I don’t know 2cups butter equal to how much gram(s) of butter ?!!!
    I really hope you use this measure with your measure in your wonderful recipe in the future:* :D

  10. Susan

    I made these for a teacher on our grade level’s birthday. Everyone loved them!! I will definitely be making these again. They are so rich and delicious!

  11. Jessica

    I brought this in today for my coworkers and OMG they were amazing!! The most decadent over the top dessert I ever made and everyone went nuts! They are really beyond words good. Stick up on butter and make them now!!

  12. Amy

    Hi Amanda – this looks to die for!! A couple of questions though. The pics with ingredients/measurements are not matching up with what you have listed at the very bottom for the cookie dough: the pic indicates 1/4 cup brown sugar and 1 cup chocolate chips, but the listing at the bottom has 1 cup brown sugar, 1/2 cup chocolate chips and 1/2 tsp salt. Can you tell me which one is correct?

    1. KimberKat

      You can’t eat FLOUR EITHER, without cooking it ten minutes on 300°!! Flour has lots of bacteria, uncooked!

  13. Sharon

    The recipes and photos looks fabulous and yummy. I’m trying to find out if the cookie layer needs to be baked. There’s flour in it and there’s been a few queries on this as well but I can’t seem to find a response to it. Can you please confirm and advise as I don’t want my kids eating raw flour.

    Thanks
    Sharon

  14. Stacy

    I found this recipe last year, right before Christmas and immediately made a batch…and then another. I have them in my freezer and when I really need something rich and decadent I pull one out and microwave for 10 seconds and all is right with the world! Lol These are the best thing u have ever eaten and/or baked. It takes a little time and patience but actually quite easy to make. I make the salted caramel part of the recipe just to use on ice cream and other desserts because it’s just so amazing. Thank you for sharing!!!

  15. Julie

    Wow, just found this recipe and it looks amazing! However, here in Holland we don’t have heavy cream. Would I be able to use whipping cream (35% fat) instead? Or would you suggest something else?

  16. una labrador-bagadiong

    hi, amanda! i am so excited to try these bars but i noticed something about the cookie dough, is it not baked? it doesn’t say so in your recipe and i just want to make sure. hope you could reply soonest. thanks so much.

  17. Samantha

    I just made these and have yet to try them, but I had a question about the caramel, it started to burn and get really hard at medium high heat. Is there any advice on how to make it without it hardening?

  18. Stephanie

    I made these tonight and am currently waiting for them to sit… I did run into a few problems, there are a few places where the measurements on the pictures is different than the recipe at the bottom. The brown sugar in the shortbread and in the cookie dough. I also have never been good with caramel, so I thought I would give this one a shot. No surprise, I burnt the sugar. Luckly I had a secret stash of caramel candies that I melted with heavy cream and vanilla in the microwave. I also added a few pinches of sea salt to the mix. All and all, not a hard recipe to make, just a bit time consuming. Can’t wait to try them!

  19. Trina

    I came across this recipe on Pinterest a week or so ago. Decided to make these bars yesterday. After picking my jaw up off the ground at the fact that I’d need close to 2 pounds of butter (!!!!), I jumped in and started baking. Holy moly! The sweetness, butteriness (I know that’s not a word but it fits), lusciousness! So amazing….really can’t put it into proper words. I shared some pieces with a friend and he commented: jeez, what’s in these things…crack? LOL! Definitely a keeper recipe!

  20. Kelly

    OMG these look delicious! I have had these before, but the layers were much thinner and the caramel was hard. :( I cannot wait to try your recipe!

  21. Leslie

    Making these tonight for a Christmas party and so far so good!! FYI the image for cookie dough says 1/4 cup light brown sugar but the ingredient list says 1 cup. :) the image looks like a full cup but just wanted to make sure!!

  22. Ellen Mae D. Angeles

    Hi, this recipe is so awesome. . I will do this for this holiday.
    But can ask if I dont have to bake the cookie dough? Thanks

  23. jill

    pretty sure i just burnt my caramel. :( i’ve never made it before! bad thing is i added it to the shortbread BEFORE trying it, so now i have to just go with it. hoping the other ingredients are sweet enough to wipe out the slight bitter taste. other sites say cook caramel on low heat and don’t stir? mine is darker than yours looks here.

  24. Gwen

    These look amazing! I was just looking at the instructions and wondered what we do with the other half of the caramel sauce? Did you mean to pour in half slowly and then pour in the other half?

  25. Stephanie

    I’d love to make these for my holiday party, but try to do as much ahead as possible. Could you freeze them? If not, how many days would they keep, do you think?

    They look amazing, and all my favorite flavors. Thanks!

  26. katka

    hi, i really love ur website, but i and maybe some others would appreciate, if u write measures in grams or ml. it would be really perfect!!
    and i have one question, the cookie dough doesn’t have to bake? :O
    i want to try it today, but i’m also afraid of amount of butter- there goes cca 1 KILOGRAM of butter.. but it looks more than p e r f e k t ! yummm

  27. Becky

    Oh my goodness!!! These bars are amazing!!!! They aren’t horribly sweet despite the crazy layers of yumminess:0). Loved them, my family devoured them!

  28. Feral Turtle

    Had to pin this one. Definitely going shopping for the ingredients. Looks like a perfect addition to my Christmas baking list! Cheers.

  29. Mrs. Wendy S.

    Hi Amanda!

    I made these for September Birthday Extravaganza (4 family members in the first 2 weeks of September) and…ERMAHGERD! Super sweet – 1 inch pieces would have done for me- so, so rich but yum! Question- I now have a half a Mason jar with salted caramel…also YUM…and saw you use them with s’mores. How does this all come together? We’re doing s’mores tomorrow evening at our campfire and would love to incorporate this yumminess…

  30. Jessica @ Floptimism

    Hi there! My name is Jessica, and I run a food blog called Floptimism where, every Saturday, I write a Weekend Wrap-Up post to share all of my favorite internet finds from the past week. I wanted to let you know that I absolutely loved this post — I’m still drooling over those bars a week later — so much so that I featured it in my blog’s Weekend Wrap-Up. I’ve included the link to the post in case you’re interested. Thanks for such an incredible recipe (and pictures)!

    http://www.floptimism.com/2013/09/weekend-wrap-up-highlight-reel.html

  31. Mrs. Wendy S.

    My hubby and I are celebrating our birthdays in the next week. I told him I was making these and read him the ingredients. He didn’t have much to say other than counting the sticks of butter (haha) until I got to “fleur de sel” and he immediately said “We’ve got that…” To which I replied “NO WAY!” Yes indeed…we’ve got that! These bad boys are on the Wendy/Jim birthday menu!

  32. Brenda @ SweetSimpleStuff

    OH MY … these are evil, in a good way … or good, in an evil way … I’m not sure! I like that you offered short cut ideas … must try your way first :)

  33. Mooberry Farmwife

    Wow, just wow! These look fantastic. We are a family of ten and I know we could wipe out the entire batch in one sitting. That would be good – no tempting leftovers for mama! Thank you for posting the recipe and fabulous photos. :)

  34. Maegan @ The BakerMama

    Holy WOW!!! These bars are serious business! I can’t stop starring at the caramel dripping from under the cookie dough and down the shortbread! These look amazing!

  35. sally @ sallys baking addiction

    I love Lindsay and her cookbook and these bars! I have to make them now. I am IN LOVE. Look at all that caramel!!!

    1. Madeline

      Delicious. My fiance brought them to work, and now they all beg me to make them! A little sweet for my tastes, but I like having a small piece. I’m curious to try brownies instead of shortbread on the bottom. Thanks for the recipe!

  36. Jocelyn @BruCrew Life

    I am in awe of these! Seriously I am drooling right now as I stare at those awesome bars! I think I need that book asap!!!!

  37. Cat Yates

    Oh.My.Lanta – those look so amazing! And what a fun cookbook – all things cookie dough? Crap. Well, guess I’ll get my stretchy pants out early this year! :)

  38. Christina

    I’ve wanted to get that book for the longest time!! Now I really really need my own copy. How amazing does that look! Thanks for sharing.

  39. Angelyn @ Everyday Desserts

    I made a version of these bars once and they are so phenomenal!! But yours with the caramel dripping down … UGH, ahhh. So amazing!!

  40. Annie @ Annie's Noms

    I know just how amazing these are as I made them last year! Everything I could possibly want in a dessert rolled into one! Your pictures are beautiful and making me want to make them again!

  41. Robyn Stone | Add a Pinch

    There are so many good parts to these bars I am not sure what part I like best!!! They look amazing and gooey and delicious!!! Yum!

  42. Tieghan

    Umm.. wow. Why do I not have this book? I need this book! These are incredible and making me wish they were what I was making today! Amazing!

  43. Lindsay

    These look FANTASTIC! Love your take on them, and glad Kevin enjoyed them for his birthday (what a lucky guy, getting THREE birthday treats!) Thanks for sharing! :)

  44. LyndaS

    Not only do these look amazing, they WERE amazing. Thanks, Amanda, for letting me try one. They are one of the most decadent treats I have eaten.

  45. Mallory

    This looks absolutely amazing! I wish I could make this, but I don’t have access to an oven now. I’m so sad! I keep seeing all these delicious dessert recipes, but I can’t make them.

  46. Averie @ Averie Cooks

    I don’t even know where to begin. WOW!!! The layers. The shortbread is so buttery looking, the gooey caramel, then that cookie dough (I love Lindsay’s book and all her cookie dough in it!) and then the chocolate on top. And your images, all shiny and glistening and just perfect – seriously belong on a book cover! Pinned! And if only I could gobble one up now, too!

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