What a better way to begin this warm weather than with an easy at home treat made withingredients already in your kitchen? With April showers approaching , you can stay dry inside and have an amusing dessert craft to entertain either you or your children. Creating these bars are satisfying and are a treat to make your taste buds say, “woohoo”. They’re such a crowd pleaser. Growing up, spring confetti bars were definitely my favorite treat to snack on. Whenever my parents brought home some mini marshmallows and decorative sprinkles I knew that we where baking soon! Each bar always had a unique design showing that everyone in the family decorated them differently.
We started off by gathering the list of tasty ingredients such as the marshmallows, m&m’s, both the white and brown sugar. After separating all of the ingredients with the exact measurements into bowls, it was time to start mixing. First, the oven had to be preheated to 350 degrees. Next, in a medium sized bowl I mix the butter and the sugars together until it was soft and then added the egg and vanilla. In a separate bowl, I combined together the baking soda, the baking powder, the flour, the cornstarch, and salt. When that mixture was completed I added the two together. After that, I put in the white chocolate chips and stirred again. The pan was sprayed and ready for the mixture. I pressed the cookie dough into the pan and placed it in the oven for 20 minuets. While the smell of the cookies lured through the kitchen, I mixed up another batch. Doing the same exact thing, but changing the amount of butter. Instead of a half of stick, I added a full stick. That did not drastically change the taste, but were still extremely yummy. Down below are some ingredients and images of the final project that will make your mouth drool!