These Monster Cookie Cheesecake Bars have a cookie crust of peanut butter, chocolate chips, oats, and M&Ms with a layer of cheesecake in the middle. Cut these into squares for the perfect potluck dessert.
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MONSTER COOKIE CHEESECAKE BARS
I’m so excited to share these Monster Cookie Cheesecake Bars with you today from my friend Jocelyn’s (Inside Bru Crew Life) new cookbook Cheesecake Love: Inventive, Irresistible, and Super-Easy Cheesecake Desserts for Every Day.
You guys know how I ate this Monster Cookie Dough Dip by myself so I knew these would be dangerous too.
One thing I really feel strongly about is that whatever you are passionate about you should develop, grow, and make your life’s work about. I’ve seen friends excel at Beachbody coaching, modeling, writing novels, painting, you name it.
If you have a true love for something and put in hard work, you can absolutely be successful. Not using your talents, not putting yourself out there is such a waste.
I’m doing a horrible job at articulating what I’m trying to say. Basically, if you love food, start a food blog (ahem). If you love to run, run a freaking marathon. Just do it. Stop talking about it. Right?
When I heard Jocelyn was coming out with a cheesecake cookbook my first thought was, “Of course! Why wouldn’t she?”
When I think cheesecake, I think Jocelyn. She is the cheesecake queen. I can’t think of a single person more qualified than her to write a cheesecake cookbook.
Success and opportunities come when you are doing what you are already doing. She didn’t just start a blog. She’s one of the OGs. She’s been making cheesecake for years and so when the opportunity came, BAM! Cheesecake cookbook.
What is your thang? What makes you happy? What can you do for hours and time flies by?
Mine has always been eating. Baking. Eating. Cooking. Hello gym membership.
There is nothing more I love to do. Nothing. I get excited to make food, take pictures of it, then write about it. It’s all part of this process that I’ve come to not only love but know like the back of my hand.
The truth behind these bars is that I caught my son lying to me and after a talk about honesty his punishment was to help me make these.
I know, I know. I’m probably going to send him to therapy for doing it but it was a baking session filled with teaching moments, patience, and bonding.
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