Tis’ the Season for Oreo Bars and Hallmark Cards

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When I was younger one of my most favorite holiday traditions was doing the 12 days of Christmas. We would pick a family and every night we would leave a gift for them on their doorstep or call and tell them to check their mailbox. It was so fun to bring joy to other families! Now that Christmas is right around the corner, Matt and I love to bring treats to other people. What better way to say Happy Holiday’s then with a treat and a Hallmark Card. We went down to Walmart to pick up some marshmallows and Oreo’s for our Oreo bars and stopped over by the Hallmark Christmas card aisle and grab some cards and ornaments. They had the cutest Mikey and Minnie ornaments that I bought because this year for our anniversary we went to Disneyland and we have bought a new ornament every year to commemorate each year of marriage. Last year we went to the zoo and we fed the rhinos and we bought a rhino ornament to remember that! It was cool!
 

 We got some cute cards to give to our cute friends and family and then we made Oreo bars to give them to go with them. Click here to save $1.00 off of a two Hallmark Greeting Card purchase at Walmart, minimum $1.00 purchase required. Take advantage of the savings and #Send Hallmark this holiday season.  What better way to say Merry Christmas and We Love you than a card and a treat. There is no better way!

Here is the way you make these amazing Oreo Bars. They are literally the bomb.com, Matt asked me if I could not give them out so that he could eat them all. I may need to go back to Walmart to buy more ingredients because he ate a bunch of them tonight. I definitely will need to make another batch.

Ingredients
1 (16 oz) package of Oreos Crushed
4 cups Mini Marshmallows
2 Tablespoons of butter

Directions
1. Grease a microwavable bowl, dump in your marshmallows and butter. Melt in the microwave at 30 second intervals, stirring every 30 seconds, until they are melted.
2. Crushed the Oreo’s in a blender or food processor. The bars are better looking when they have big and small chunks.
3. Stir the Oreo’s into the melted marshmallow bowl. Stir until mixed well.
4. In a greased square casserole dish, press the Oreo mixture into the pan. Allow to cool.
5. Cut into squares. Enjoy!

This is a fun and easy treat to send out to the neighbors and friends for the holidays. This treat doesn’t take all day to make and that everyone will enjoy! For more great holiday card ideas or ornaments you’re most looking for this holiday season! I’d love to hear about your favorite family traditions or treats!

Happy Holidays! Cassie

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