These are the richest, sweetest, gooeyest, chocolatey-est bars you’ll ever eat. When you take your first bites it’s heaven. After you’ve finished a whole bar you kind of feel like you shouldn’t have eaten a whole bar. It’s a love/hate relationship to say the least. I would definitely advise to cut very small bars and eat them slowly. You should have seen my son after he ate one. He was doing laps around our house for over an hour. Then he passed out on the grass. Like I said…they’re so right but so wrong at the same time.
After making these squares I made the whole family go for a 2 hour walk in the woods to try and get some of the sugar out of our systems. We saw these gorgeous roses. The pink against the bright blue sky was just mesmerizing. I stared at them for a long time. My kids stared at me staring at the roses and asked me to hurry up because they wanted to go home for some more squares.I gave some to my Italian neighbours and friends and I could tell by their faces that they were maybe a bit too heavy and rich for their liking. My British, Irish and American friends thought they were great though. I’m thinking that maybe these would be better to make in the cold winter instead of the warm summer. In summer it’s all about light, fresh and fruity around here (something like this frozen honeydew recipe from the joelix blog or this citron meringue pie from the classicplay! blog would fit the hot summer weather much better). Get recipe for Chocolate Oat Dulce de Leche Bars here on the Daily Crave site.
I found these plastic boxes in Chinatown in Milan (usually used for take-out in sushi restaurants). They’re actually great for giving little baking gifts to neighbours and friends. I absolutely love this Tour Eiffel tape that I found in Japan (and it’s not washi!).