Can you believe that Honeycomb cereal is celebrating its 50th anniversary? That is amazing! Honeycomb has always been a favorite of mine, so I was happy to be part of the celebration.
With summer coming up fast, I wanted to come up with a fun recipe that can be used all summer long. You know, the kind of recipe you can take to a party, or one to have just because. I love that my husband was the inspiration behind this recipe. Introducing the Honeycomb Chocolate Caramel Bar.
This recipe is a simple recipe that you can customize to your tastes. I decided that chocolate and caramel would be a part of this recipe because the tastes remind me of my favorite flavors when we are on our favorite family vacation.
And the recipe for the Honeycomb chocolate caramel bars is so simple to make that it is a great recipe to make with kids. Well, as long as you are okay with lots of sampling during the process. I made mine while my teens were at school so that I would be able to make it without sharing. I know, bad Mom.
Honeycomb Chocolate Caramel Bar:
- 1 bag large marshmallows
- 1 bag chocolate chips
- Honeycombs cereal
- 3 tablespoons butter(I use unsalted)
- Caramel sauce(optional)
- Mini marshmallows(optional)
- Caramel filled chocolate chips(optional)
- On the stove top, combine the marshmallows, ¼ bag chocolate chips, and butter in a saucepan.
- On low heat, stir ingredients till completely melted.
- In a large bowl, add cereal and optional marshmallows and chocolate chips.
- Pour marshmallow mixture on top, and gently stir until completely coated.
- Press into a 13X9 baking dish, and set aside.
- Let it cool completely, then cut into squares.
- Top with caramel sauce, if desired
Who can resist this ooey, gooey, chocolate caramel goodness?
I know that I can’t wait for our next party so I can take this recipe for Honeycomb Chocolate Caramel Bars! What is great is you can cut it up and wrap it individually so you can have it on the go!
So I hope you enjoy this recipe for Honeycomb Chocolate Caramel Bars, as I certainly enjoyed creating it. When will you be making it?
How will you celebrate Honeycomb’s 50th Anniversary?
*Disclaimer: I received a sample and promotional product in exchange for this recipe creation. As always, my thoughts are 100% my own.