S’more Cookie Bars, or maybe Slutty Cookie Bars?

I took the few s’more cookie bars that were left up to the office yesterday. These are not no added sugar or gluten free or healthy in any way. They needed to get out of the house. One of the guy’s called them slutty brownies. I had to google slutty brownies to even see what that was. These are not that, but close.

Maybe I should call them Slutty Cookie Bars? I googled Slutty Cookie Bar and didn’t find anything. Do oreos make it slutty? Can we use a word other than slutty? Promiscuous Cookie Bar doesn’t have the same punch.

They start with an oreo-graham cracker crust, topped with marshmallow crème (not marshmallows), then topped with chocolate chip cookie dough.

This is one of those recipes that I have no problem using store-bought ready made cookie dough. You are already eating marshmallow crème (what is that?) and oreos, so do you really need my organic sweet cream butter and from-the-farm eggs? Nah. Toll House does a great job and it makes these so easy to make.

If you would like to make your own chocolate chip cookie dough, my favorite is the recipe from the back of the bag. You need enough cookie dough for 24 cookies, which is about 16 ounces.

You could just buy the big tub. Admittedly we do. That way when someone (not me) asks for cookies at 11 p.m., I can make one or two cookies, fresh, within minutes, without having to clean up the kitchen.

I get a gold star for wife of the year. Its also great for making things like these S’more Cookie Bars or Slutty Brownies.

S'more Cookie Bars

  • Yield: 18 large bars (9 x 13 inch pan)
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 25-30 minutes


  • 12 oreos (I prefer the double stuffed)
  • 4 graham crackers
  • 2 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 7 ounces of marshmallow creme
  • 16 ounces of chocolate chip cookie dough, enough for 24 cookies


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line 9 x 13 glass pyrex pan with parchment paper. Coarsley chop, yes with a knife, the oreos and graham crackers to crumb. Melt butter and mix with crumbed oreos and graham crackers. Place crumb mixture in the bottom of your pan. Bake for 5 minutes. It will not brown per se. You just want it to bind together a bit. Drop spoonfuls of marshmallow creme throughout the pan. You will not be able to spread it evenly. Bake for 5 minutes. This will melt the creme just a bit, enough to spread. Spread creme carefully, to the extent that you can. It doesn't need to be perfect. It will continue to melt and spread. Then drop flatened spoonfuls (about half a tablespoon) of cookie dough on top of the marshmellow creme. It is okay if the creme peeks through. I promise they still taste great. Bake for 25-30 minutes until cookie dough is barely golden. Remove from oven, and cool for at least 30 minutes before cutting.


Use parchment paper so that you don't have oreo sticking to your pan and causing the bar to fall apart. Don't focus on making the layers perfect. In doing so, you will inventably screw up the crust below. Use marshmallow creme, not marshmallows. While I am sure marshmallows are good, they aren't the same thing.


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