White Trash Skor Bar Recipe

This white trash bar recipe is one of our family favorites and perfect for any occasion.  They are seriously easy to make and ridiculously delicious. 

white trash bar recipe

Total bonus that making these bars only requires four ingredients! These white trash Skor bars are a must make!

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You guys, these are the most rich and decadent bars you have ever eaten.  The combination of gooey toffee, creamy vanilla frosting and yummy Skor bits is to die for. 

White Trash Bars

This amazing, top secret recipe comes from my friend Noreen who doesn’t share it with just anyone.  She has graciously allowed me to share these white trash bars, I love hand me down recipes like these.  I am so excited!!

white trash bar recipe

You will be making this recipe all the time because it is just so easy to whip together and a winner with everyone.  I try to make it only when I have company coming over or a party to host otherwise I could eat the whole tray all by myself. 

Dessert Bar Details

ingredients on a table

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All you need to make this recipe is four ingredients: a box of Ritz crackers, a bag of Skor bits, a can of sweetened condensed milk and a container of vanilla frosting.  I make these bars so often that I just keep these skor supplies in my pantry at all times.

ritz crackers crushed in a bowl


  1. Crush up the Ritz crackers and place them into a medium sized mixing bowl.
pouring condensed milk onto crushed crackers

2. Pour the sweetened condensed milk over top of the crushed crackers.

adding chocolate chips into bowl of ingredients

 3. Mix in the bag of Skor bits (reserve 2 Tbsp for topping if desired).

white trash bar recipe

 4. Give the mixture a good stir, pour into a 7×11″ or 8×8″ baking dish and pat down.

white trash bar recipe

 5. Place in the oven at 350° for 15-20 minutes or until the edges start to bubble and caramelize. 

white trash bar recipe

6. Allow the pan to cool, then slather on the icing and cut into bars.

Be sure to allow the bars to completely cool before cutting.  I like to chill the pan in the fridge for a few hours first.  This makes cutting the bars so much easier!

white trash bar recipe

This recipe is even better the next day, if they last that long.  Trust me on this one, you might want to hide them from the family.

How to Store Skor Bar Squares

  • Place into an airtight container or freezer bag and store at room temperature for five to seven days.
  • Store in the freezer for up to three months (but there is no way that they will not get eaten before then).
  • I like to keep them in the fridge for up to one week so that they remain firm and hold their shape.
white trash bar recipe

Don’t they look amazing?!?  They taste even better.  Take these White Trash Bars to your next event and you’re sure to wow your friends and family.

If you think this is good, be sure to try our easy White Trash Snack Mix or White Trash Crockpot Candy too!

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Kitchen Essentials for Baking

white trash bar recipe

If you think that was good you should try my Skor Cake or Cracker Toffee recipes!  If you love this easy skor bar recipe, please give it a five star review and help me share it on Facebook and Pinterest!


white trash bar recipe

White Trash Bar Recipe

Yield: 16 bars
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

This white trash bar recipe is one of our family favorites and perfect for all occasions. Seriously easy to make and ridiculously delicious.


  • 255 g box of Ritz crackers
  • 270 g bag of Skor bits (reserve 2 Tbsp for topping)
  • 300 ml can of sweetened condensed milk
  • 450 g container of french vanilla icing


    1. Crush up the Ritz crackers and pour them into a medium bowl.

    2, Pour the sweetened condensed milk over top and mix in the bag of Skor bits.

    3. Place the mixture into an 8x8" (or 7x11") pan and press down.

    4. Put into the oven at 350° for 15-20 minutes or until the edges start to bubble and caramelize.

    5. Allow to cool completely then slather on the icing and cut into bars.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 16 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 268Total Fat: 11gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 8mgSodium: 223mgCarbohydrates: 41gFiber: 1gSugar: 31gProtein: 3g

All values are approximate and based on ingredients used by the recipe writer. Always calculate your own individual nutritional values for the most accurate calculation.

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Just stopped by to let you know I will be featuring you on DIY Thrifty Thursday tomorrow! Drop by and grab an “I was featured” button. Hope to see you again next week. Thanks for sharing!

Following you from Sugar Bee Crafts. Those look so yummy! :) Would love to have you link them up to my {wow me} wednesday link party going on right now on my blog. :)


Do you think you could use a bag of heath bits instead of the skor?

Wow, looks delicious… and the name is great!

I saw your link to CSI and I HAD to come investigate because of the name and because it looked AMAZING! must. try. sooooon!

These sound so good! Love the name, and they look so easy, too.

These look so bizarre that they have to be good. And the name couldn’t be more appropriate – LOL! These are on my list of things to bake when I forgot what the word “diet” means – that generally happens about once a week :)

what could i use instead of skor bars? i am allergic to nuts and skor bars contain almonds.

oooh, just arrived from Pinterest and love the way these look. So easy too!

Are you supposed to use a whole box (4 sleeves) of Ritz? I made this tonight and it tastes good, but is much drier and more crumbly than yours and I could hardly fit it in an 8×8 pan. I’m trying to figure out what I did wrong. Thanks!

I had the exact problem Chelley! WAY too many crackers/not enough milk! Mine aren’t brown like the picture either.

Thanks ladies ~ I’ve updated with measurements!

Thanks for updating, Heather! I will definitely try these again!

yum!!!! have to make these

These look delish! Would love it if you stopped by my linky party and linked up!

I made these last night. Co-workers LOVE them – and love the name. I’ll be making them again. And again. And again. mmmmm!

Oh.. and I posted a link to this recipe on Facebook. Hope you don’t mind. :)

How any servings is this?

You had me at Skor bits. Le sigh….

The perfect solution to my search for a white trash bash dessert idea… and they sound amazing! Making them today!

Hi there,

I’m making these right now, and I’m wondering, do I store these at room temperature, or in the fridge?