Ooey Gooey Bars - Ooey Gooey Good!

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Ooey Gooey Bars

Cake Mixture:
1 package Duncan Hines BUTTER Recipe Cake Mix
1 stick of butter (melted)
1 egg

Mix the above ingredients. Dough will be thick like cookie dough. Press into a 9 x 13 greased pan.

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Topping:
1 8oz package of cream cheese (softened)
2 eggs
1 box (1 lb) powdered sugar

Mix these three ingredients and pour over the cake mixture.

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Bake at 350 for 30-45 minutes or until topping is golden brown. Let cool before cutting.

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Enjoy!

Yes, that is my rusty pan. Please no comments on how I am poisoning my family with rust. We are just fine...rusty pan and all :)


5 comments:

fairfieldhouse said...

Thank you for this quick and easy recipe. I will be trying it. I am new to blogging but enjoyed reading through your blog this morning. So much inspiration!

katherinemarie said...

ohhhhh so sinful and yummy! Doesn't rust provide a little iron??? All my pans look like that too. I did get a new skillet for Christmas so at least I have one nice thing in my kitchen!

HOPE YOUR CHRISTMAS was amazing!!!!!!!

TheOldPostRoad said...

We call those "Washday Pudding Cake" - we also sprinkle a layer of pecans between the two layers.
Yum!
-Trish

Norma Lee @ Norma Lee Good said...

Oh please...rust schmust. haha. These look so yummy!!Paula Dean has some of these too...delish...Tahoe looks like a blast by the way!

Stacey said...

Just found my way over from Today's Creative Blog, and I am enjoying my first visit. This recipe is the beginning of a passed down recipe from my grandmother. We call them Texas Gold Bars. They are made exactly the same and then topped with chopped pecans and coconut.