PAULA DEEN’S PUMPKIN BARS

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Gooey butter cakes are to the Deen family what shrimp is to Bubba Gump. All you need is a boxed cake mix (any flavor) and fruit or other toppings for the gooeyness—from there, just go to town.

“You can make pineapple gooeys, carrot gooeys, peanut butter gooeys (like a Reese’s gooey, ya know?), chocolate chip gooeys, banana gooeys, strawberry gooeys, sweet potato gooeys…” Paula Deen’s Pumpkin Bars are a fall favorite! They are moist and delicious. They turn out perfect every time!

I’m in heaven. I finally ran out of apples from my trip to North Carolina, but I have some pumpkin left over from Halloween and it was time to use it up.

My kids devoured this Pumpkin Bar recipe. This was my first time making it and this recipe was so easy to make.

Paula Deen’s Pumpkin Bars are one of those recipes that my family has made for years. I am not sure where I first saw the recipe.

Thank you for all of the baby name suggestions! I read every single suggestion and my husband and I had fun seeing what names we liked.

Several of the names were mentioned over and over, which either means in a couple of years school classrooms are going to be flooded with girls with those names or it’s the universe reaching out to me telling me that I should name my baby girl one of those names. We are still deciding but thank you for getting the process going.

I think one of my sister’s first told me about it, but I don’t remember for sure. I know my sisters and I have all made this recipe for years.

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