How to Make Slow Cooker Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars


Today on The Stay At Home Chef I’m showing you how to make Slow Cooker Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars. This is a great trick to have up your sleeve on those hot summer days when it is so hot you don’t want to turn on your oven, but you still have a hankering for chocolate chip cookies. Well, the slow cooker is your answer because it is really just a miniature oven. And today I’m going to show you how to use it. You’ll want to line your slow cooker with aluminum foil to create a little bowl. Just press the aluminum foil against the sides and smooth out your bottom surface. If you didn’t want to use foil you can always use a pan that fits inside your slow cooker. It has less volume though, so you have to half the recipe. Either way you’ll want to spray it with nonstick cooking spray. You really don’t want your cookie bars to stick. Next, we’ll move on to making our batter. I have 1 cup of melted butter here in my bowl and I’m going to add in 2 cups of brown sugar. Stir this together until it’s smooth. Next add in 2 eggs 1 tablespoon vanilla extract and 1/4 teaspoon salt. Mix this together. Last of all we’ll add in 2 cups of all-purpose flour. Once this is all mixed together and smooth go ahead and pour it directly into your slow cooker. Gently spread it out to cover the bottom of your slow cooker. Now sprinkle some chocolate chips right on top. Today I’m using a mixture of both white and milk chocolate chips. But feel free to use whatever combination you prefer. Don’t limit yourself to chocolate chips either! You could also use peanut butter chips butterscotch chips toffee bits or even your favorite candy bar crushed up. Now I have one last trick for you. The slow cooker creates a lot of moisture and condensation. So to catch all of that you just take a paper towel just lay it down and put your lid right on top. Now, let this cook on high for 2 1/2 to 3 hours until the middle is set and isn’t raw anymore. Pull it out of the slow cooker, aluminum foil and all, and let it sit for at least 1 hour before slicing. Thanks for watching! For more great slow cooker tips and tricks and over 150 slow cooker recipes including more desserts You should check out my cookbook! See you later!

19 comments on “How to Make Slow Cooker Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars”

  1. Grandma Cheap Cheap says:

    Wow, Never knew you could do that in a slow cooker. Bravo

  2. Marc Perroquet says:

    I love this recipe. It will definitely go in my Rachael recipe folder.

  3. My Cozy Nest says:

    Just found your channel and I'm loving it! I love to cook and bake so this is a gold mine for me!

  4. Taylor Kiser says:

    LOVE that these are made in the slow cooker!

  5. My Fussy Eater (Ciara Attwell) says:

    OMG… these look incredible. Can't believe they are made in the slow cooker!!

  6. Dev Sanghrajka says:

    one of my favourite recipes. keep up the good work

  7. tina belcher says:

    umm or u could just go to the store and buy chocolate chip cookies

  8. heidi lambert says:

    I'm wondering why you don't use larger mixing bowls. Looks like ingredients want to fall out! 🙂

  9. Jonathan Mayhew says:

    These look amazing. Good job.

  10. Kiki W says:

    Looks nice and delicious. Thanks for sharing!

  11. Oi Aue Am Sad says:

    Im gonna become Diabetic

  12. Hannah Semeniuk says:

    Love your recipes!

  13. Ma Dukes says:

    hats off to you.
    My best friend and I were just discussing slow cooker cakes,which blew me away,and now these,omg.
    thank you so very much.
    ps,I love your kitchen

  14. Emily Clayton says:

    Awesome! Going to be trying this tomorrow 🙂

  15. Audrey says:

    But could you put these in the oven if you wanted to? Haha

  16. Theresa Garrah says:

    love that i can use the slow cooker the kids will like this for sure ok

  17. Ashy bash says:

    that was NOT a tablespoon of vanilla extract WTF that was like a 1/4 cup LMAO

  18. Slow Cooker Ideas says:

    nice recipe, i've not done cookies in my slow cooker

  19. Umar Ghuman says:

    Every single recipe of yours I have tried has been a winner !

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