Chess Squares: Texas gold...only 5 ingredients and super easy to make. Masquerading under the famous Paula Deen recipe for Gooey Butter Cake until just now? This delicious dessert definitely deserves a second look; from its decadent, chewy crust to its rich, gooey filling, to the flaky, sugary, satisfyingly crispy crust…to the way it makes your whole house smell so divinely sweet and buttery! If you’ve never made chess squares or gooey butter cake, give these a try. You won’t be…
Paula Deen's Ooeg Gooey Butter Cake When you hear the word “butter” who do you think of? Paula Deen? Me too. I have never made a single recipe from Paula Deen (sorry Paula! I still like ya’ll!) but I have seen this Paula Deen’s Ooey Gooey Butter Cake
Texas Gold Bar 1 pkg yellow cake mix 1 egg 1 stick margarine, softened (1 Cup) 1 8oz pkg cream cheese, softened 2 eggs 1 box powdered sugar 350º. Combine first three ingredients and press into 8 1/2 x 11" ungreased pan, and up the sides about an inch. Mix together cream cheese, eggs, and powdered sugar and pour over crust. Bake 45 minutes or until golden brown
This recipe for "Texas Gold" Bars is a recipe for chess squares that uses yellow cake mix, so they're super easy to make. The bars are super buttery and moist, and will practically melt in your mouth. Make these for any occasion - they're a true crowd-pleaser.