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www.backtomysouthernroots.com/chess-squares

This Chess squares recipe is a great homemade dessert for any occasion. The chess squares, a.k.a. chess bars, are an easy recipe to make from scratch that all of your friends and family will love. The squares, made with cream cheese, are perfect for parties, Christmas, or any time of year.

www.thespruceeats.com/easy-chess-squares-3052329

Chocolate Chess Bars - Use a chocolate devil's food cake mix or fudge cake mix for the cake layer and add 1 tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa to the cream cheese mixture along with the vanilla, if using. Lemon Chess Squares - Add the juice and zest of one lemon to the cream cheese mixture and omit the vanilla.

www.allrecipes.com/recipe/21681

This recipe for chess squares works very well, and is easy. I cut it in half, and it fit a 9" round pan perfectly. They are really, really sweet and very rich. The recipe makes a lot of the cr... Read more. Renee Ragan Bowles 58 22 11/1/2005. Enjoyed by all, but I only used one package of cream cheese and 2 cups of confectioner's sugar for the ...

www.cooks.com/recipe/405676yd/chess-bars.html

I made these chess bars for my family over 20 years ago and it has become a tradition for Christmas as well as thanksgiving. The only thing that is different is that be sure you use a "no pudding" type cake mix for the crust. These are sure to satisfy.

www.tasteofthesouthmagazine.com/chess-squares

The opening statement regarding the Chess Squares relates that these are made in the South with a boxed yellow cake mix, however there is no mention of one in the recipe. It seems to appear they are made from scratch.

www.justapinch.com/recipes/dessert/cake/kentucky-chess-bars.html

"This chess bar recipe will make you slap the dog and spit on the fire. When I make these, they don't last an hour in my house." This recipe has been shared over 6,100 times because it's so easy to make and delicious to eat. How to Make Kentucky Chess Bars: 1. Mix 1 egg into cake mix. Melt butter, add to egg/cake mix

bakeorbreak.com/2006/08/chess-squares

This is a recipe of indistinct origin that everyone I know has made at some time or another. I’m not sure if that’s a Southern thing or not. Regardless of that, this is one of those handy fall-back recipes when you want something with a high taste to effort ratio. These bars are so easy and so good.

www.kevinandamanda.com/chess-squares

I’m from Mississippi, and around here we call these Chess Squares. :) When I saw “Gooey Butter Cake” as the heading for the recipe on pinterest.com, I almost passed it up, not knowing it was the same thing as Chess Squares. Thanks so much for posting this recipe. I’ve only tried to make these one other time, and it was from a different ...

southernfoodandfun.com/chess-squares

Here’s the thing about Chess Pie, which leads to this recipe for Chess Squares.The recipe comes from simple ingredients that you would typically have in your home—butter, eggs, flour, sugar, and the unique twist on Chess Pie: cornmeal and vinegar. I’ve seen several recipes for Southern Chess Squares that call for a yellow cake mix and cream cheese, and I’m sure they are delicious!

www.loavesanddishes.net/old-fashion-chess-bars

These Old Fashion Chess Bars are sweet creamy cookie bars with a delicate flaky upper crust and a soft browned cake-like bottom crust. The taste will remind you of a combination of cheese cake, graham cracker crust and fluffy cloud! Old Fashion Chess Bars make a full 9×13 pan and are simply mouthwateringly delicious!