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Pretzel Oreo Peanut Slice

pretzel slice recipe

This is not healthy. This is bad, but in life sometimes you have to be bad. Sometimes you have to mix oreos, pretzels, peanut butter, dark chocolate, butter and salt together and bake it. Yeah, I went there. 

I did buy 9% “fat free” condensed milk and light pretzels and light peanut butterโ€ฆ Iโ€™m going to tell myself this made it better.

I was invited to The Hungry Babushka’s house for a chocolate themed bloggy lunch and this was my contribution. It was bake to impress so I chose oreos, pretzels peanut butter and chocolate as my weapon of choice. 

Pretzel Oreo Peanut Slice      24 pieces 

Ingredients: 30g Oreo biscuits,  20gm milk arrowroot biscuits, 4 cups (120g) mini pretzels, 200g block of dark chocolate chopped, 250gm butter (150g melted + 100gm chopped), ยผ teaspoon salt flakes, 395gm sweetened condensed milk, ยผ cup brown sugar, 1 cup crunchy peanut butter.


  1. Grease a 20cm x 30cm lamington pan. Line base and sides with baking paper, extending paper 3cm above edges of pan. Using a food processor, process biscuits and half the pretzels until fine crumbs. Add 150gm melted butter. Process until well combined. Press mixture over base of prepared pan. Refrigerate for 30 minutes. 
  2. Preheat oven to 180C/160C fan-forced.
  3. Meanwhile, make the Peanut filling. Place condensed milk, sugar and butter in a heavy-based saucepan over medium heat. Cook, stirring, for 5 minutes or until mixture starts to thicken. Remove from heat. Stir in peanut butter. Pour over prepared base, spreading evenly with a spatula. Bake for 10 minutes or until top is golden. Cool 15 minutes. 
  4. Place chocolate and extra butter in a heatproof, microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on HIGH (100%) for 30 seconds to 1 minute or until smooth, stirring with a metal spoon halfway through cooking.
  5. Pour chocolate mixture over filling. Arrange remaining pretzels over chocolate. Stand for 5 minutes. Sprinkle with sea salt. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or until set. Serve cut into small squares. Enjoy!

Pretzel Peanut Chocolate Slice 2

Everyone who tried them was very impressed with the different ‘stages’ of flavour.

There was the initial oreo and pretzel base, then a soft peanut butter fudge middle and a crunchy dark salty chocolate topping featuring a pretzel. 

If you ever have to bake anything, bake these and become the most popular person ever (for the short time they last at least..) but maybe make these a special occasion recipe.. not something to snack on every day! 

What do you think about the extreme combinations in this recipe? or What else can I combine to make a flavour intense sweet recipe? Let me know in the comments below!

If you like this recipe, please feel free to share it on facebook or instagram and tag #dtsblog – I LOVE seeing when you guys make these recipes, it gives me warm fuzzies. 

Have the most wonderful day, Bec xo 

*recipe adapted from here

(36) Comments

  1. You managed to get all of my favorite snacks into one bite, bravo! Love your blog by the way.

    1. It’s a bucket full of deliciousness. Thanks Beau!

  2. This is the answer to all your oreo related problems!

  3. Get outta town! I have two packets of Oreo biscuits and have been wondering what to do with them – IT’S THIS!!

  4. It’s an epic combo!

  5. Wow! Just wow! Gimme salt and chocolate ANY DAY!

  6. Thanks Thalia! I ate a lot.. don’t you worry!

  7. These pretzel bars look SO good. Definitely think I could polish off a couple right now.. great recipe & pinned!

  8. Lets just say I was chocolated out! No problem, I love joining. Thank YOU for hositng and I hope you’ve had a super weekend so far.

  9. OMG I want to come to the chocolate themed bloggy party!!!!!!! Hehe I love how you ‘lightened’ this up! Looks awesome lovely lady! Thank you so much for supporting our Fabulous Foodie Fridays party! Have a fab weekend xx

  10. It was a flavour combination match made in heaven – ill tell ya!

  11. These are GORGEOUS! I love peanuts and oreos and pretzels – best bars ever!

  12. And impressed it did. Let me know when you do!

  13. Spanx! I want to make it again but I feel its too soon haha.

  14. oh so naughty but oh so good!

  15. Wow, this slice would impress anyone! It looks great, can’t wait to make it ๐Ÿ™‚

  16. this is RIDICULOUSLY awesome

  17. It’s very, very bad and I’m pinning it to make this weekend!!!

  18. It was pretty epic!

  19. I love a sweet slice, this sounds perfect to me. Chocolate, peanut butter, sea salt and pretzels seem like a lovely combination.

  20. Well, you’ve sold me then haha.

  21. Make them, make them! They only took about 35-40 minutes (then 2 hrs setting time)

  22. What the what?! These looks AMAZING! Oh my word I think I need to make these this weekend because they pretty much need to be in my belly now!

  23. I am in no way a baker.. this is the fanciest thing I’ve ever baked and it was pretty easy.

  24. Yum! That tempts even me to bake..

  25. Yum! This sounds delicious!!!

  26. Why thank you, they were. Decadent is the perfect word!

  27. Ohhhh, those sound so decadently wonderful. ๐Ÿ™‚

  28. They went like hot cakes. Actually.. they went like pretzel/peanut/oreo slice! Even faster than hotcakes. x

  29. I’ve only recently discovered the sweet/salty and my life is just that tad bit tastier because of it!

  30. Oh god…you have no idea how much I want this now! Nothing compares to a sugar/salt rush. Nothing.

  31. Yum! For the longest time, it didn’t occur to me to combine sweet and salty but it’s so good. I love chocolate covered pretzels so I’m sure I’d love this!

  32. It was – and guess what happens when you invite 8 food bloggers over with that challenge? TOO.MUCH.FOOD. We all left with leftovers and delicious treats. Thank you – it was insane.

  33. ‘Bake to impress’ is such a great theme idea for a party!
    I don’t even know what to say about this pretzel oreo peanut slice, I mean there are no words that could possibly do it justice…
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  34. ‘Bake to impress sounds’ is such a great theme idea for a party!
    I don’t even know what to say about this pretzel oreo peanut slice, I mean there are no words that could possibly do it justice…

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