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Chef Dad's Ooey Gooey Butter Bars
16 oz. Box Butter Yellow Cake Mix
1 Stick Unsalted Butter (melted)
3 Eggs (divided 1 + 2)
8 oz. pkg. Cream Cheese (room temp)
12 oz. Powdered Sugar*
8 oz. Can Crushed Pineapple (optional ingredient)
Vanilla Ice Cream (optional topping)
1) Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2) In a mixing bowl, combine your cake mix, 1 egg and the melted butter. Mix well until it becomes smooth. If you want to add the crushed pineapple, drain it really well until almost all the moisture has been squeezed out. Add it to the mixture until well incorporated. Get a 9x13 glass casserole dish and spray the bottom lightly with cooking spray. Spread mixture evenly across the bottom.
3) For the second layer, combine your cream cheese & powdered sugar in the mixing bowl and run for about 3-4 minutes until the lumps are gone. Add your remaining two eggs one at a time until completely incorporated. When the mixture is nice and smooth, spread it evenly across the top of your cake mix. Bake for 35-40 minutes until golden brown on top.
4) After removing from the oven, this needs to rest on the counter for at least 15-20 minutes before serving. This will firm up the butter bars to a point where they are easily cut into desired size squares. Perfect to serve with a scoop of ice cream while they're still warm.
Cook's Notes: *Powdered sugar usually comes in a 16 oz. box. We only need 12 oz. Use a small scale or about 2 ½ cups of the sugar. If you use the pineapple, make sure it's just the small 8 oz. can and that you press most of the juices out of the fruit while it sits in a strainer.
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Dryer Hose Pumpkins
-3", 4" and/or 8" Flexible Dryer Hose
-Spray paint, orange, rust or copper.
-Hot Glue Gun and glue.
-Scissors and wire cutters
-Count 37 to 40 rings of the dryer hose.
-Cut the hose with scissors and the inner wire with wire cutters.
-Attach both ends of hose together with hot glue to create a ring.
-Add Moss in the center of the ring with hot glue and a cinnamon stick for the stem.
-Spray paint pumpkin white or to desired color.
-Adorn with Upholstery Tacks by just pushing them in to the pumpkin either in rows or randomly.
Railroad Tie Ghost Posts and/or Candle Holders
-Railroad Ties $3.77 for an 8' Post.
-Cut to 6",8",10" lengths.
-White Paint for Ghosts
-Rustoleum Cinnamon Spray Paint for Candle Holders -Paddle drill Bit, 7/8 or size to fit your candle sticks.
-Paint posts white.
-Draw on 3 ovals with sharpie or black paint for ghost eyes and mouth.
For Candle Stick Holders:
-Drill a hole in the top of each post with paddle or Forstner bit.
-Spray top of post with Cinnamon spray paint to match the rest of the post.
-Add candles and use as centerpiece or in entry way for a great fall decoration!
-Plant stand with three stacked gords for a beautiful Fall Front Entry Decoration!
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