s’more nut bars
It’s hard to believe that summer has come and gone already. Just a week ago temperatures here in Boston were in the high 90s, and now it’s certifiably chilly. As much as I love fall baked goods, I couldn’t help but make one last dessert to bid farewell to summer. This is the ultimate ode to a favorite summer dessert of mine: s’mores. And with this recipe, you can easily have this summer classic any time of year so that when January hits, you can still get your fix of smooth, creamy chocolate, marshmallows, graham crackers, and nuts. No campfire necessary.
The other big incentive for baking these s’more nut bars was to take part in OXO‘s Bake a Difference campaign, benefiting Cookies for Kids’ Cancer. Cookies for Kid’s Cancer was founded to raise money for research to develop new, improved treatments for pediatric cancer. September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and OXO is working hard to raise money to for Cookies for Kid’s Cancer to help combat the number one disease killer of children in the U.S.
Now, I’ve always been a fan of OXO because of their great products and their commitment to this cause only makes me love them more. Not only are they partnering with food bloggers and donating $100 for every blog dedicated to the Bake a Difference campaign, but they are also donating a portion of select products to Cookies for Cancer. Know what that means? All you need to do is do a little shopping to help this great cause – just keep your eye out for specially marked OXO products bearing the Cookies for Kids’ Cancer logo. Want to know what else you can do? OXO has a number of ways you can get involved.
Make sure to check out the other posts from food bloggers blogging for this great cause on OXO’s Bake a Difference Pinterest board. With the cooler weather it’s definitely time to get some inspiration for some great baking recipes!
Disclosure: I received an OXO Good Brownie Tool set, including a brownie spatula, 6 piece measuring spoon set, a 6 piece measuring cup set and a silicone pastry brush. All opinions expressed here are my own and I was not compensated for writing this post.