Easy Homemade Twix Bars

If you love Twix candy bars, you will flip for this Easy Homemade Twix Bars recipe! They are no bake, take just 4 ingredients to make, and they taste amazing!

Easy Homemade TWIX Bars - No bake, and only 4 Ingredients!!! http://backforseconds.com  #twix #recipe #nobake #caramel #chocolate

No bake recipes are my favorite in the summertime. And easy recipes are my favorite all the time. This recipe for Easy Homemade Twix Bars totally fits the bill:

Easy? Check!

No Bake? Check!

Only 4 ingredients? Check!

Totally delicious? Double check!

Easy Homemade TWIX Bars - No bake, and only 4 Ingredients!!! http://backforseconds.com  #twix #recipe #nobake #caramel #chocolate

I love when I can create a copycat recipe that is so simple. Seriously, anyone can make these. Let the kids help – they will love making their own candy bars!

Easy Homemade TWIX Bars - No bake, and only 4 Ingredients!!! http://backforseconds.com  #twix #recipe #nobake #caramel #chocolate

Remember my super easy Tagalong recipe?? I may have made a batch of those twice this week alone. My hubby can’t get enough of them. Have you tried them yet? If not – do it now! Right after you make these :)

Easy Homemade TWIX Bars - No bake, and only 4 Ingredients!!! http://backforseconds.com  #twix #recipe #nobake #caramel #chocolate

The only trick to these is finding the perfect caramel consistency. You want it soft, but not so soft that it runs off the graham cracker. I used 3 TBS of milk to soften my caramel, and I think next time I will add a 1/2 TBS more. You want it to be soft and chewy :)

Easy Homemade TWIX Bars - No bake, and only 4 Ingredients!!! http://backforseconds.com  #twix #recipe #nobake #caramel #chocolate

Oh, and look what happens if you microwave them for a few seconds. I mean….

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Easy Homemade TWIX Bars - No bake, and only 4 Ingredients!!! http://backforseconds.com  #twix #recipe #nobake #caramel #chocolate

Easy Homemade Twix Bars

Serves 12
Prep time 20 minutes
Easy, 4 ingredient, no bake, copycat Twix candy bars! Gooey, chocolatey, caramel goodness!


  • 6 sheets Graham crackers
  • 40 caramels (I used the Kraft caramels)
  • 3-4 tablespoons milk
  • 12oz chocolate (can use chocolate chips, almond bark, or any of your favorite chocolate)


Step 1
Melt the caramels with 3 TBS milk in a microwave safe bowl for 1 minute. Stir and continue to heat for 30 seconds at a time until smooth. If it seems too thick, add the extra TBS of milk.
Step 2
Break the graham crackers in half, lengthwise. Spread a thick layer of caramel on each cracker and let it set up.
Step 3
Melt the chocolate according to package instructions. Dunk each bar into the melted chocolate, making sure to cover the whole thing. Let excess chocolate drip off and let the bars set up on a sheet of wax paper.
Store in a sealed container at room temperature.
Try microwaving the bars for a few seconds for a gooey treat!

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  1. says

    Um…putting kids on bus in morning and heading out for supplies! These look super yummy and easy enough for me, and my total lack of cooking skills, to make! I must pin and I am following you now! YUM! :)

  2. Kayla says

    How does the graham crackers not crack when you dip them in the chocolate? I know mine will be mini little rectangles because they’ll break!

    • says

      Try using chocolate almond bark- it melts very well and gets nice and thin making it really easy to dip things into. Also, I think the layer of caramel helps strengthen the crackers. I didn’t have a single one come even close to cracking. You should be just fine :) Hope you enjoy them, Kayla!

  3. says

    Hi there! I just wanted to let you know that we are featuring and pinning your Twix bars tonight! Thanks for sharing at our SImply Create Link Party!


  4. says

    Oh wow, amazing! I made some Twix bars last month, as in a pan of Bars that tasted like Peanut Butter Twix rather than the originals because well, I love my PB. Your Twix look so incredibly authentic! And perfect! Bravo!

  5. says

    Came on over from High Heels and Grills to see for myself! Love this recipe, I make my own caramel, wonder if it will work on these. Thanks for sharing. New follower for sure! :)

  6. Sarah Hassan says

    I am on diet right now and craving for all the sweet stuff. Cant wait to make these. Looks so good.

  7. says

    i’m gonna give this a try. other recipes require baking the crust. my peanut allergic daughter turns 18 next week and she can not eat twix or kit kats or other yummy delicious choco treats (thx Mars Inc. — FAIL). so we’re going to give this a try this weekend. cheers!

    • says

      update: WARNING death by chocolate! (if you can not resist the urge to dip 5-6+ spoonfuls of melting chocolate into your mouth as a ‘test’, then i suggest you get out of the kitchen! and you a clean spoon each time) otherwise the recipe was a big success! my ONLY suggestion and substitution was instead of using graham crackers, we used Pepperidge Farm Shortbread Homestyle Cookies. very delicious. oh, one other observation, the semi-sweet chocolate chips melted at a much better consistency than the milk chocolate chips. we tried both.

  8. says

    Thank you so much for this recipe! Having a peanut allergy has meant being away from this yummy delicious treat for years. Now I can make this at home with peanut-free products and FINALLY get to enjoy them again! Thank you!!

  9. says

    Just tried these last week for my husband, twix are his favorite… He loved them! And they were so easy to make! Thank you so much for sharing.


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