Fudge and Toffee Filled Chocolate Chip Bars

These Fudge and Toffee Filled Chocolate Chip Bars will dazzle all the chocolate fanatics in your life!

Fudge and Toffee Filled Chocolate Chip Bars

Fudge and Toffee Filled Chocolate Chip Bars

I had to get these Fudge and Toffee Filled Chocolate Chip Bars out of the house ASAP. As I trimmed the edges of these decadent bars before taking photos, I sampled. And then sampled some more. It was the bit of crunch from the Heath bar chunks that made these so irresistible…well, that and the huge fudgy center layer. I had to stop before I slipped into a glucose induce coma! I took these treats up to Michigan to share with some childhood friends…to rave reviews.Fudge and Toffee Filled Chocolate Chip Bars

Decadent with a Capital D

Beware, these are rich. A thin layer of chocolate chip cookie dough is topped with a combination of melted chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk. Next comes the Heath bar chunks followed by dollops of more chocolate chip cookie dough. Don’t even think about the calories. And don’t leave yourself alone with them either!!! If you like rich fudge or toffee, then these marvelous Fudge and Toffee Filled Chocolate Chip Bars  will be right up your alley.

Fudge and Toffee Filled Chocolate Chip Bars
 
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Decadent Fudge and Toffee Filled Chocolate Chip Bars. Adapted from Gimme Some Oven.
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Recipe type: Dessert, Bar cookies
Cuisine: American
Serves: 16 bars
Ingredients
Cookie dough:
  • 1 stick (4 ounces) butter, at room temperature
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • 1 egg
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons flour
  • 1 cup (6 ounces) semi-sweet chocolate chips
Fudge layer:
  • 1 can (14 ounces) sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 bag (12 ounces) milk chocolate chips
  • 15 (4 ounces) fun size Heath bars, cut into chunks
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350º.
  2. Line an 8×8 baking dish with nonstick foil (or use regular foil and spray with cooking spray).
  3. Make cookie dough by creaming butter and sugar, then mixing in the egg. Mix in flour, salt, and baking soda, then chocolate chips.
  4. Press about ⅔ of dough into the bottom of the pan. Use offset spatula to evenly cover the bottom of the pan with dough.
  5. Melt chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk together until smooth.
  6. Spread melted chocolate over the cookie dough.
  7. Sprinkle Heath bar chunks over melted chocolate.
  8. Take spoonfuls of remaining dough and drop over chocolate layer. Carefully spread out lumps of dough with an offset spatula. It will not totally cover chocolate.
  9. Bake for 25-30 minutes. The top should be set, and golden.
  10. Remove from oven to cooling rack. Cool completely before serving.

Toffee and Fudge Chocolate Chip Bars

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Comments

  1. I’m afraid I’d have to send these out of the house too…. they look irresistible with that toffee filling!

  2. Liz, what a decadent treat these chocoalte chip bars are – I have never baked any bars with a cookie dough base and then a fudge and toffee layer – the recipe certainly sounds amazing and looks fabulous. No surprise that you received rave reviews for these!

  3. Those look fantastic! I think they might translate well to gluten-free, too.

  4. Happier Than A Pig in Mud says:

    Wow, all that and diet too!!! No? Oops, my bad. They look great:@)

  5. claudia lamascolo says:

    Well today is my sons birthday and I see what I am making when I get off work these look like a perfect fast treat he will love thanks Liz!!! Love them! He loves heath bars and reeses cups I know you have that recipe here too! The best of the best on desserts are found right here thanks again my friend!

  6. I channel all of my dessert needs through your blog. These are doing wonders for me.

  7. I love rich dessert 🙂 the sweet condensed milk adding rich sweetnes in this fudge I’m sure everyone enjoy it.

  8. Lizzy , those bars look sinfully delicious ! I haven’t eaten Heath bar though *sigh*

  9. Oh my good lord, I would have to get them out of the house too! I wish I could snack on these things all day long but alas my jeans would hate me.

  10. HOLY moley! I feel a new addiction coming on!

  11. Kayle (The Cooking Actress) says:

    I just….there are no words.

    I’m dying. Too good.

  12. Too funny, Liz. They do look deliciously tempting. Just as well you shared them otherwise you may have had to change your name eventually to ‘That Chocolate Fudgy Chick Can Bake!’

  13. they look yummy!

  14. Out from your house, and into mine, please! Haha! These sure look good!

  15. Oh my God, they look sooo good 😀

  16. These would not be allowed in my house. Scratch that don’t put me near these, they look just too good to have one bite!

  17. Okay so I love chocolate chip cookies- they are my favorite and i eat them every night but my husband could care less about them. He always asks for something different and I think this is the perfect balance of something different for him but still chocolate chip cookie goodness for me:) AWESOME

  18. Yum, Liz! Alex will love this recipe 🙂

  19. These do look rich!!! Sometime wish we could make single servings to prevent us from eating the whole thing…

  20. If only we could get the same rich flavors and textures in sugar-free! Sigh. In the meantime, glad to have the recipe – and friends to share your yummy bars =)

  21. I wish I could eat all of this in one go my friend 😀

    Cheers
    CCU

  22. Wow! These are the most amazing bars ever! They look like they should be in a very gourmet little bakery! You’re really speaking my name Lizzie with the chocolate and toffee!

  23. You’ve got me wanting to make these this very second! They look irresistable…

  24. These look SO incredible, Liz! Absolutely delicious and indulgent!

  25. Raquel @ Organized Island says:

    OMG! Just when I thought chocolate chip and fudge could not get any better – you add toffee! YUM! 🙂

  26. Oh My! I saw these bars earlier on Pinterest-that fudge layer is a show stopper 😉

  27. Great pictures – these look fantastic! And I know what you mean about sampling as you photograph – that can sometimes be a real problem! Really nice recipe – thanks for this.

  28. Could not leave myself alone with these. You are so right. Bookmarking these to make very soon!

  29. Fudge and toffee? Yes please! These look so decadent and delicious. I’ll need a big glass of milk to wash all that yummy goodness down. 🙂 Great post Liz! And love the recipe. Pinning!

  30. Holy cow, these look so sweet…and so good. I totally understand you needing to get them out of the house. This is the kind of dessert that I OD on and then feel nauseous for days…

  31. These do look very rich but very, very yummy. How perfectly they cut into cubes too. My son’s school is having a cake stall this Sunday and we all have to make something. I’m sure a few boxes of these would go down very well xx

  32. I love fudge but these look way better than your average fudge. I just saved this recipe and without question will be making these soon. They look so nice and dense and fudgie! YUM!!!

  33. I need a board on Pinterest called “How many recipes from Liz before I gain 30 pounds!”

    These look amazing once again!!

  34. Oh yea – I would definitely find myself having to ask the husband to hide these or give them away. Anything with toffee is irresistible for me and the combination of toffee, fudge and cookie – well – just shoot me now. 🙂

  35. O.M.Greatness!!! I would have to get these out fast too! Toffee just makes everything better.

  36. –Because of you,
    my ass is HUGE! Xxx Can’t wait to eat.. Um, I mean, bake these.

  37. You make the BEST sweets, Liz. These look irresistible!

  38. Wow Liz, these bars look like the ultimate decadent treat fit for a queen! Oh my and that filling looks so insanely rich and irresistible! Your bars always look magnificent and picture perfect as always and I definitely couldn’t be trusted alone with these either:)

  39. You’ve convinced me. I must make these bars!

  40. My, my…no wonder you did not want to be left alone with these beauties. I would not trust myself to be alone with these either!

  41. These sound incredible. You’ve always got something so tempting on here!

  42. Yes, these babies would have to leave or else I’d lose myself in them!

  43. I’m afraid I “sampled” everything before I shared with others. I can TOTALLY see you struggled to get these out of your house. It’s IMPOSSIBLE! 🙂 I wish I can even have a slightest corner of your bars…

  44. These look positively dangerous…and I mean that in the most delicious way possible!! 🙂

  45. These are incredibly dangerous. I can’t get over that insanely thick rich fudgy filling! Can I move in with you? I swear I’ll make myself useful. I’ll do anything so that I can eat everything you make!

  46. I loved that you caught yourself tasting these too much…. I do that too. 🙂 Sometimes I wonder if I will have enough for my photos. 🙂 These sure look decadent and beautiful. 🙂

  47. Good grief – I would break my diet for those!

  48. Jessica says:

    Have these in the oven right now. It’s my Grandmother’s birthday and I still haven’t figured out how I will get them baked, packaged, and to her without eating them all. Thanks for sharing!

  49. OMG, these look amazing! I could never eat them ( too much sugar) but I can sure appreciate them.

  50. You make some serious bars, but this one has got to be one of the most tempting ever Liz! Seriously. Isn´t fudge the best thing when done right? Can´t wait to share these.

  51. Lizzy,
    These bars look incredible. I have to make them soon.
    Annamaria

  52. You do make the best desserts, Liz, absolutely the best chocolatey desserts, too. Whenever I need a special treat, or just inspiration, I nose around here!

  53. I just found your site via Manu’s Menu, and I am so glad I did! These would not be safe in my house. Who am I kidding? No sweets are safe in my house!

  54. L. Rowan McKnight says:

    Oh, goodness. Those are beautiful. Keep them far, far away from me! Hahahaha

  55. Marie Geraldine LeBlanc says:

    HI, everything looks scrumptious 🙂 What is a fun size health bar?

    • They are small, two bite sized Heath bars (chocolate covered toffee candy). Each weighs about 1/4 oz. If you have access to any chocolate covered English toffee candy, it would work fine.

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