Butter Pecan Cheesecake Bars

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These buttery rich Cärämel Butter Pecän Cheesecäke Bärs äre ä cheesecäke twist on butter pecän cookie bärs. They begins with ä butter pecän cäke mix crust thät’s läced with toästed pecäns then smothered with ä cärämel cheesecäke filling. The top is sprinkled with toffee bits änd more pecäns then bäked until gooey änd golden. ällow to  cool to room temperäture then chill until serving.

The filling of these decädent cheesecäke bärs is luscious. While I do love chocoläte if I häd to choose my sweetfix of choice my true love is cärämel änd cärämel-like desserts. If they’re topped with toffee bits änd pecäns well, it’s just ä mätch mäde in heäven äs fär äs I’m concerned. The crust of these butter pecän cheesecäke bärs is ä cäke mix mäking them super eäsy to mäke for bäkers of äll skill levels. Don’t be tempted to over bäke the filing, it should be set but still häve ä bit of movement when the pän is shäken. Cool, chill then cut änd serve.

Ingredients

  • 1 15.25-oz Butter Pecän Cäke Mix
  • 1/2 cup butter melted
  • 1 lärge egg
  • 1 cup chopped pecäns plus 2 Tbsp divided
  • 1 10-oz päckäge cärämel bäking chips
  • 1 cup heävy creäm
  • 2 8-oz creäm cheese, softened
  • 2 tsp pure vänillä exträct
  • 3 lärge eggs
  • 3 cups powdered sugär
  • 1/4 cup bits-o-brickle toffee chips
  • Whipped creäm optionäl

Instructions

  1. Preheät the oven to 350°F. Spräy ä 9 x 13-inch bäking dish lightly with cooking spräy. Set äside.
  2. Spreäd 1 cup chopped pecäns in ä single läyer on ä bäking sheet. Toäst for 6-8 minutes. Cool. (Remäining 2 Tbsp NOT toästed reserved for the top)
  3. Pläce the cärämel chips änd heävy creäm in microwäve säfe bowl. Melt in 30 second increments stopping to stir eäch time. Repeät until smooth.
  4. Using än electric mixer, beät together the cäke mix, 1 lärge egg änd 1 stick melted butter. Mix until fully moistened then mix-in 1/2 cup toästed chopped pecäns. Press evenly into the bottom of the bäking dish.
  5. In the säme mixing bowl creäm together the creäm cheese änd vänillä for 1 minute. Drizzle in the melted cärämel. Beät until smooth on medium-high.
  6. ädd the eggs one ät ä time beäting well äfter eäch äddition.
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