Rolo Cookie Bars are a delicious dessert for any occasion. This recipe is both delicious and super easy to make!
Easy Rolo Cookie Bars
These Rolo Cookie Bars have a classic oatmeal chocolate chip cookie taste with an amazing ooey, gooey twist. In all seriousness, these have been some of my favorite cookies to come out of the oven in quite some time! If you’re a cookie person in the slightest, I know you are going to adore these just as much as I have.
Tips For Making Rolo Cookie Bars
- Don’t try and make these into cookies. The caramel melts out everywhere, and it’s pretty disastrous.
- If you eat these warm, they will be just as ooey and gooey as they look in the pictures. However, if you want to cut them up and plate them, no worries! Once they’ve cooled to about room temp, they are very easy to cut for serving or even to package.
- Rolos are the best caramel filled chocolate candies for baking. Don’t try to sub with any other caramel filled chocolate candy, because they don’t hold up as well. In my experience, the caramel bakes out and incorporates with the cookie dough. Which is yummy, but you would miss out on all the pockets full of caramel!
More Easy Cookie Bar Recipes
- Best Sugar Cookie Bars
- Sugar Cookie Lemon Bars
- Caramel Cheesecake Cookie Bars
- Cheesecake Cookie Bars Recipe
- Candy Cane Cocoa Cookie Bars
Tools Used To Make Rolo Bars
How To Make Rolo Cookie Bars
This recipe will yield approximately 20 cookie bars.
Rolo Cookie Bars Recipe
- Preheat oven to 375ºF.
- Prepare a 9x13 baking dish by lining it with parchment paper. If necessary, foil can be used, but it must be sprayed with cooking spray.
- Mix together (using a stand mixer or by hand) the butter, brown sugar, and eggs.
- Mix in the milk, vanilla, flour, baking soda, salt, and oats.
- Stir in the chocolate chips, Rolos, and pecans.
- Spread the dough in the prepared baking dish.
- Bake for approximately 20-25 minutes.
- The edges should be set and golden brown, and the tops of the bars should look mostly "dry."
- Allow to cool for at least 10 minutes before cutting.
Ashton, from Something Swanky, was a baking contributor several years ago on Somewhat Simple.